009 Sharon Jeffus

In this episode I talk with Sharon Jeffus of VisualManna about art in home education.  My audio had some feedback and echo sorry about that I will improve next time.

Meet Sharon Jeffus

Sharon Jeffus

Sharon Jeffus has a B.S.S.E. in Art Education from John Brown University and studied painting at Metropolitan in Denver and sculpting at Southern Illinois University.She has written over twenty books.  She has also developed the Visual Manna teaching method where art is integrated with art appreciation, techniques, vocabulary and core subjects. She has also written an Indian Arts and Crafts program that was rated outstanding by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.Sharon taught in the public schools for ten years before she left the public school system to write books, travel and homeschool her two sons. Sharon and her late husband, Richard, startedVisual Manna to encourage young Christians in the arts and meet the needs of visual and kinesthetic learners. Sharon and her husband Richard taught art to thousands of homeschoolers across America before he passed away. She has many other accomplished that can be seen on her website.

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