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I am an Art teacher first, and a Consumer Ed. teacher second. If I was to
teach Art full time, I'd be teaching Beg. Art, Drawing I, Design I, Painting
I. As it is, whatever the demand is, is what we end up teaching. I may,
for instance, have a couple of Beg. Art classes a semester and one Drawing
and one Design. Second semester may see a decrease of Beg. Art but more
Painting I and Design I. It just reflects what the students sign up for for
that particular school year. We do also offer Sculpture, Ceramics, Computer
Art, and more advanced classes of these. This fall I'll teach 2 classes
of Con Ed and two Beg. Art and a Drawing I class..Second semester it changes
----- Original Message -----
From: Numo Jaeger & Michael Miller <jaegmil>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2000 9:59 PM
Subject: Re: Class load for HS
> For those of you that are teaching high school art. How many different
> classes are you teaching?
> What is an acceptable number of preps for a part-time teacher?
> How many preps for a full time teacher?
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