Based on journal entries, you might address some of the following topics in these two sections: classroom management, curricular relevance, importance of planning, creating well defined objectives, recognizing and acknowledging student interest when developing art lessons, organizing supplies and clean-up, etc.
What went not so well? What would you do differently?
One of the first things that comes to mind is instructional language. While I think we improved over the course of the semester instructional language was something we had to constantly remind ourselves to do. When giving a presentation on new content, reviewing concepts or giving directions you need to be aware of not only grade appropriate language but also the order of your sentences. For example, if when giving directions you say "everyone is going to go back to your tables and complete the worksheet" and then you try to explain the worksheet, no one is listening because they are already moving to back to their tables. It seems like a small matter but can really disrupt the flow of a lesson.
One thing I would do differently is provide multiple modes of directions. Directions need to be clear and organized into steps and often times we had the class repeat back the directions however we always had one of two students who said "yes, I understand the directions" when they were apart of the group then sat down at their table and didn't know what to do. I think one way to address this would have been with signs or pictures, maybe writing the plan for the day up on the board where they could see.
Finally, we had reoccurring behavioral issues with some students who had difficulty staying on task, staying in their seat and/or focusing on their own work rather than their peer's work. This issues became easier to deal with as the semester progressed and we learned the habits of each student, however each time the students changed seats it felt like starting all over with some students. While we worked through these issues better communication with the classroom teacher on seats and seat changes would have made it easier.