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October 27, 2021

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Springdale Elementary art teacher acknowledged for leadership

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Cindy Quan Hong states not currently being able to see her learners enthusiastic her to uncover other means to instruct, and now she’s staying regarded for her leadership in the classroom

MACON, Ga. — One particular Springdale Elementary artwork trainer has received community and statewide recognition for becoming a chief in the classroom.

Cindy Quan Hong was named Springdale Elementary’s Teacher of the 2021-2022 School 12 months.

She also built Ga Pattern Magazine’s “40 Less than 40” record and was highlighted in Macon Magazine’s “5 Below 40” record previous 7 days.

She says dropping a superior faculty chemistry course is how she uncovered her passion for artwork.

“I was consistently doodling. Numbers and formulas just were not my thing at that level,” Hong mentioned.

Her chemistry instructor encouraged her to switch to artwork class, and she did.

“It’s been artwork for me at any time considering that,” claimed Hong.

That 1 course modified her life and assisted her uncover that she would like to instruct what she enjoys to small children.

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For 16 a long time, Hong has been an art teacher — and she has not seemed back again.

“This is me — art is what I live for. There is artwork everywhere you go, about you, in cultures, in our culture, in tv shows, in books, on the road,” she explained.

She states a single of her favored factors about educating artwork is how fingers-on it is.

“Getting their hands into it. I’m a quite visual learner and most of the students that I have encountered are visual by nature and they learn far better when they can basically get their fingers inside,” she reported.

Hong states she had to reinvent the means that she taught because of the pandemic. 

“How do you go again to teaching at the rear of the display when you will not have provides? How do you sustain security vs . art?” she explained.

She says not remaining capable to see her learners motivated her to come across other means to instruct.

“I commenced a Fb page, my very own YouTube channel. I was attempting to arrive at out to my learners who would generally not have accessibility to it. We had students who from time to time couldn’t log in or experienced connection difficulties but they could entry those people lessons when they could,” mentioned Hong.

She also held socially-distanced artwork classes outside the house for learners that she was unable to see. 

She suggests she’s doing the job to make much more possibilities for college students outdoors of university by means of her involvement with Triangle Arts Macon, 567 Heart for Renewal, The Museum of Arts and Sciences, and stARTup studios.

“I want my college students to be impartial. I want them to know that with their essential considering capabilities that I have supplied them in my course [that] it does not issue how rapid a doorway revolves or how sluggish, they can make it on their own, and that they can be their very own leaders and leaders for other folks,” Hong claimed.

She says these recognitions are a phase in the ideal route, and that she will proceed to motivate her learners so that they can be the very best versions of themselves.

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