Lori Rattner-Raisch

ART EDUCATION AND ILLUSTRATION

 
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Lori's teaching methodology is based on the Developmental Interaction theory, inquiry-based questioning and Discipline Based Art Education (DBAE) by studying four discipline perspectives; art production, history, aesthetics and making informed judgments about art. In 1995, she received her Bachelor degree in Science in Education, majoring in Art Education from State University of New York at New Paltz. In 2001, Lori earned her Master Degree in Science of Education, with a major in Museum Education at Bank Street College in Manhattan.

From 2009 - 2015, Lori has been taught art grades kindergarten through eighth grade at Soaring Heights Charter School in Jersey City, New Jersey. She has developed a comprehensive curriculum aligned with Core Curriculum Standards. Rattner-Raisch co-chairs an annual thematic winter art contest collaborating with musical performance from the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Rattner-Raisch has created innovative units and lessons that challenge students to think critically about the role of the art in the 21st century. She currently teaches at Eleanor Van Gelder in the Edgewater School System.

Selected Student Works 2001 - 2005

SELF PORTRAITURE

OBSERVATION DRAWING AND STILL LIFE

CUT PAPER MIXED MEDIA

Lori’s personal creative pursuits are mainly illustration and comical based on life-experiences. Her drawings feature her interactions with family, friends, colleagues and the passing acquaintance. Email: lori_rattner[at]msn[dot]com

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Selected Student Work

2013 - 2017

"Selfie" Portrait Project

2015

Starry Night Parody Project 

2014

Britos Project 

2016

Eleanor Van Gelder Art Festival

2017

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