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RE: need ideas for special students

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From: Fields, Linda (fieldsl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Aug 13 2003 - 08:45:49 PDT


Thanks, Judy. I will forward this. Linda

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From: Judy Potter [mailto:jd-potter@wiu.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2003 10:06 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: need ideas for special students

With our knowing more able each student's capabilities, this will be a
challenge. How about suggesting that the class work in teams of two.
Team a non-disabled peer with the student that is disabled. This way the
students who are disabled can participate and contribute as they are able.
Hope this helps.
Judy Potter
Arts Specialist/Trainer
Center for Best Practices in Early Childhood
Western Illinois University
Macomb, IL 61455

Fields, Linda wrote:

>A colleague who is a photography teacher came to me this morning in a
>quandry. She has been assigned 2 students who are physically incapable of
>holding a camera. At least one of the boys is very bright and has an
>assistant. The other I don't know about developmentally. She asked me for
>suggestions of things these kids to do that would some how be related to
>visual art, if not photography per se. The first thing I suggested was the
>prints that can be done on treated paper or fabric (like blue print paper)
>and placed in the sun. Computers might be an option, but we don't think
they
>have the hand/arm strength to even do that. Transferring them out of the
>class is not an option. Please help-any and all ideas for lessons,
>websites, resources will be appreciated. If anyone can help, you all can.
>Thanks much-Linda in NC
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