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Lesson Plans


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arregui (
Wed, 16 Apr 1997 16:53:46 -0400 (EDT)

This is the first time I write, but I=B4ve been following conversation about
inquiry, accidents with clay, art fairs,etc. with much amusement. And of
course interest. I am an art teacher from Lima, Per=FA and I=B4ve always=
been so
anxious to share thoughts and experience with fellow teachers. I have done
my career almost on my own - there is not one decent art education program
in the country. Luckily, I ran into a lot of nice books and the D.B.A.E. I
even organized a seminar to introduce the methodology to other school
teachers. We had a lot of fun talking about art, making art and questioning
ourselves about what importance these activities could have in the lives of
our students. There is so much to be discovered and done!. Anyway, this
on-line experience is very stimulating. Whatever information you might need
from South America, I=B4d be more than willing to help.

With great regards,=20
Massiel Arregui
Dr. Alberto Arregui, Apartado 27-0014, Lima 27, PERU.
Phone (511)463-8743, Fax (511) 463-5284, e-mail: