Art is not what you see. Art is what you make others see.
Luckily, I had my internship at the Legion of Honor Museum in San Francisco, California. I was a host for the Past and Present Program, and my students were sixth graders. The audiences were coming from public schools, private schools with a mixture of cultures, racisms, and language backgrounds. Many of my students were English Language Learners, but it did not stop them from becoming great observers and competent learners. Throughout my internship, I trained and applied Visual Thinking Strategy to help students engage in art education knowledge. Students developed critical thinking skills with freedom of space and mind. It also assisted them in enhancing as problem solvers in their future life. I have enjoyed my internship experiences very much, and I will always be offering my passion and energy to support my students.