Arrive on Time with your sense of humor in tact. All art requires courage.
Take out your notebook and write down the board notes or agenda and draw the sketch assigned. Draw it big - embellish as much as possible. Try an opposite meaning or one that's related. Entertain me with your wild creative streak.
Listen to daily information or instruction, demo's etc. Work on your assignment. Do some personal research, ask questions for clarification. Sketch out a bunch of ideas. Ask me "What if I make it like this...?" It's probably ok, just ask.
There are no dumb questions - only those that are unasked.
When finished with your project - submit with a filled out grading sheet to the teacher. Do this before it dries.
Clean up 10 minutes before the end of the period. Put all tools back clean and wash your table.
Respect the teacher, other students, materials and facilities. Take your finished - fired projects home. Your family and friends will love them.
Tell me a good clean joke.
Enjoy the process.
Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. ~Scott Adams
Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere. ~Chinese Proverb