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>I am an art student,
>and I believe that as a student I need all the experience and learning that
>is out there from everyone available and willing to let me know how to
>become a good teacher. Incorporating ideas from other teachers not in the
>field of art will give a person a more rounded education, and quite
>possibly make for a better teacher
over the years, and as a part time art teacher, I've done a lot of
substituting--and believe me, I've learned a lot. Knowing how things are
done in your kids classrooms is invaluable to understanding how they operate
in your artroom.
There is another aspect to this too--Art student teacher's can use this,
hopefully, as a way of integrating art into regular classroom teaching
activities (teach the teachers?? hint, hint....)
I'm not wild about the idea of having to do this because there may not be
enough art jobs out there--the more experience in the art room the better,
but there could be some advantages in the long run.....