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Re: [teacherartexchange] Quiet spot?


From: Heather Leal (rayleal_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Aug 03 2005 - 20:13:50 PDT

II have a single desk in a corner in the back near my bookcases. It is
definitely separate from our regular work area. Lots of times kids will
go back there on their own to work, or to look at books, or to get away
from someone who is bothering them. Occasionally I move someone there
temporarily to isolate them and let them regroup if they are angry, but
usually it is someone who has gone there on their own for a quieter
atmosphere. Even though it is sort of a discipline spot sometimes, it
isn't seen as one at other times. It is just a nice quiet spot. I set
it up originally when I was teaching writing and doing a writing
workshop kind of class, and carried it over to my art classes.
I teach middle school.
On Aug 3, 2005, at 7:28 PM, Diane C. Gregory wrote:

> Sounds like a cool idea! What about a "quiet spot" for the art
> teacher?
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> Dr. Diane C. Gregory
> Director, Undergraduate & Graduate
> Studies in Art Education
> Texas Woman's University
> Denton, TX 76204
> 940-898-2540
> Quoting
>> Another any of you have a little quiet corner for
>> inspiration?
>> Like a spot where kids can sit and think when they are frustrated or
>> having
>> trouble with a project or coming up with an idea? I thought it could
>> be
>> neat...maybe have a comfy cushion, make some sort of soothing
>> environment for
>> those
>> students who need quiet time. Maybe I'm being a little impractical?
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