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RE: Alex's fears

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Renee.Berg_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Tue Apr 23 2002 - 06:33:58 PDT


Sandra, I agree. My husband , a math teacher, and I( I'm the one who married the mathematician 16 years ago,) have taught art and math related workshops together.
 

Renee Berg
6th,7th Art and 8th grade Art Tech
Mitchell Public Schools
Mitchell, SD
http://teachers.k12.sd.us/rb043

-----Original Message-----
From: Sandra Rowland [mailto:serowland@charter.net]
Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 9:17 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: RE: Alex's fears

I need to mention that I was originally a math major (only because of a sholarship offer! - 798 math on SAT) before changing to art. So I never had that math problem. I always tell students that you can do both. Art and math are related!
Sandra

I worked my butt off to pass math too, then decided just to date a mathematician to get through it. Later I took the California Achievement Test and scored high in math, due to that cute mathematician. Now we've been married 16 years.

LOL!! A happy ending to a math nightmare! Unfortunately, I'm already married and it ISN'T to a mathematician!!! Alex

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