Thank you for the idea, San. I would enjoy something like that.
I'll have to talk to others and get something started.
On Apr 21, 2008, at 5:50 PM, San D Hasselman wrote:
> Just a suggestion. I once worked in a district that didn't value
> the art teachers getting together....so, we met monthly in a common
> place, a diner, and mapped out our strategies, shared ideas, and
> became very close. At one point we even rented from a local
> school, a room weekly at night, where we taught each other lessons
> to share with our students. It was great fun, an opportunity for us
> to make art, and to learn and share ideas.
> San D
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>> Cindy and San, thank you for your detailed responses. I work in a
>> district with many art teachers, but a fine arts coordinator who
>> never gets us together, so opportunities for learning from the other
>> teachers have to be self created, and I think sometimes they just
>> don't want to spend the extra time.
>> Thank you!
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