Monthly Archives: March 2016

After Another Tough Day of Vacationing

After six miles on our feet visiting the university, the Israeli Museum and downtown Jerusalem, it was time to recuperate again on the comfy couch back at the apartment. I caught the feeling of being tired in this sketch a … Continue reading

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Learning about the Holocaust

I sat on a stool at the Yad Vashem Museum, doing quick sketches of people down the hall looking at a powerful photograph depicting the Holocaust. This little girl put her hands over her heart as she looked long and … Continue reading

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It Was a Long Day

We got back to the apartment late and some of us were in need of a rest. It is a small apartment but it turns out that with cooperation, a blanket and a couch can accommodate two people very nicely. … Continue reading

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Real Reading

Savvy teachers pay attention to the body language of reading when their students read in class. And old teachers may never stop noticing a real reader when they see one. Real readers have facial expressions that change depending on the … Continue reading

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Ideas and Discussion

What is a vacation if not an opportunity to work on solving a problem of mutual obsession? Or better yet, an opportunity to sketch a type of interaction, people learning together, that has long fascinated me? The body language of … Continue reading

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Fighting Jet Lag

If you traveled for twenty-four hours, had a meal, did a little sight seeing, and then worked on a tough puzzle with your father, this is what your body language might look like as you fight jet lag. The focused … Continue reading

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Jerusalem Marathon

Jerusalem closed down for its marathon today.┬áThe family run was great fun, fast moving kids, parents in search of kids, babies in strollers and brightly colored shirts on everyone. I could not keep track of the figures and limbs as … Continue reading

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