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Re: children's author/illustrators

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Chester Windsor (SKOOLMA)
Thu, 30 Apr 1998 16:54:26 -0700


To: Gail1611<Gail1611>

I appreciate your words of wisdom. You have no idea how much I am going
to need help the following semesters from everybody that wants to lend a
helping hand!! After 25 years I decided to go back to school to get my
certification. It is very tough, if anyone can relate to this out
there! But this discussion group is absolutely awesome to me!! I am
learning a little bit from everybody. This wil be very educational for
me listening to all of you professional teachers out there. Topics have
come up that I have no earthly ideas what it is, but soon to be
encountered in my studies, I'm sure, but all the discussions help me to
understand very quick. I love to see so much participation and advise.
Since I'm new to artsednet, I'll be keeping so much of the information
which will be very helpful to me in the near future.

So energize me!!

thanks again,
Rachel/SkoolMa

Thanks for the good luck you and others wished me on my presentation, I
did great! So continue giving some of your knowledge away to those of us
that are still struggling to get where you are (teaching)!

Any advise is always welcome! I apologize for not getting back to you
sooner, but I have been a busy bee trying to meet deadlines for my art
class projects especially! I made a stitchery project, a loom project,
weaved a tartan scarf, and now working on my individual project which is
a Texas theme project, and let's not forget my research paper!! Sound
like a busy bee?

Keep in touch!