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art educator

Nora Camille Cannon, American art educator. Certified teacher art K-12, Massachusetts. Tufts University Education scholar, 1990, Christa McAuliffe Teacher Incentive grantee, 1989, 90, Art School Associates Trust Fund awardee, 1987. Member National Art Education Association, Massachusetts Art Education Association, Early Childhood Educational Exchange.

Background

Cannon, Nora Camille was born on August 11, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Robert R. and Anna J. (Schmitt) Miller.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College Arts and Design, Boston, 1990. Master of Arts, Tufts University, 1994.

Career

Art teacher, Waltham (Massachusetts) Public Schools, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1983-1986;substitute teacher, Boston Area Schools, 1987-1990;art instructor, Massachusetts College Art, Boston, 1989;art activity director, Dedham (Massachusetts) Country Day Camp, 1988-1992;Gardner Monk fellow, Museum of Science, Boston, 1991-1992;expressive art therapist, A.B.C.D. Headstart, Boston, 1991-1993;special needs art educator, Beverly (Massachusetts) School for Deaf, since 1992. Faculty Beverly Childrens programs Monserrat College Art. Lecturer Salam State College.

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Achievements

  • Certified teacher art K-12, Massachusetts.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributing author: The Hundred Languages of Children: Education for all the Children of Reggio Emilia, 1992.

Membership

Member National Art Education Association, Massachusetts Art Education Association, Early Childhood Educational Exchange.

Connections

Married Douglas L. Cannon, September 1, 1973.

father:
Robert R. Miller

mother:
Anna J. (Schmitt) Miller

spouse:
Douglas L. Cannon