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RE: [teacherartexchange] Korean Mothers vs American mothers


From: LetsartAndy (letsart_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Apr 11 2009 - 23:05:48 PDT

Ah ha....
Thank you so much for the information and I will go ahead get on from

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> Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] Korean Mothers vs American mothers
> Date: Sat, 11 Apr 2009 17:47:43 -0400
> Hello -
> you might be interested in a book I read called "The Geography of Thought".
> It specifically looks at teaching/parenting differences between "Eastern"
> and "Western" cultures. As you said, there are excellent things about both,
> but also much that each could learn from the other.
> -Lydia in Toledo
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>> Dear Friends,
>> I need some help, idea, oppinion, experience and any help for me to write
>> a small book about "How parents and teachers encourage children's
>> creativity".
>> My book will something that what are some good experience and examples
>> thjat you might had before.
>> I am a Korean art teacher and currently teaching Korean children age 7 to
>> 13. But I have found quite confusing and difficulty of Korean mothers and
>> teachers specially mothers.
>> Most of Korean young mothers are quite focused and strongly driven for
>> their will for children's education. They so think they are Alpha Mom.
>> As you perhaps have heard that Korean are very competitive in education
>> but they are very competitive and strict.
>> I am trying to write all mothers are same that they love their children
>> dealy. But I see quite alot of difference in their education for creative
>> environment.
>> I am trying to make some argument and points that Korean and american
>> mothers nurture and teach their children in different way. There are good
>> parts of Korean mothers's side
>> but also I want them to know how good american mothers and teachers lead
>> their children in creative education.
>> If you wouldn't mind would you please share some your experience and
>> stories or information about good part of American teachers and mothers?
>> I have studied in the states for 8 years and taught there for about few
>> years. I have had greatest time ever while I was there. All my
>> professors were great and they were like my father and mother.
>> I saw so many wonderful things in public and private education as an art
>> major. I would like to introduce these good Korean mothers
>> and teachers.
>> Please feel free to share your thoughts and stories or experience with me.
>> You can email me seperately or you can bring free discussion.
>> I am looking forward to hearing from you all.
>> Thakn you so much.
>> Sincerely yours,
>> Andy Lee from Korea
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