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DBAE definition source

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Brian Foster (fozzie)
Thu, 8 Aug 1996 17:31:49 -0400


I got this definition from somewhere - anyone know what boring manual
it came from? I need it to bore
other people and lull them into thinking we are all cut from the same mold.
source anyone? (take a guess
or make one up- )
" Discipline-Based Art Education (DBAE) is a comprehensive art education
program, an approach to teaching art that is effective in stimulating
children's creative and intellectual growth in all subject areas. It is
based on the belief that art from kindergarten through grade 12 should be
taught with the same commitment and rigor as other basic school subjects by
combining skills, knowledge and understanding of art. As such, the
disciplines of art production, art history, art criticism, and aesthetics
form the core of DBAE"................................



I am rewriting my lesson plans to keep updated to the current
jingoistic acronyms
and the BS quoted above somehow legitimizes the use of a preponderance of
gastrointellectual phrases to describe something I have been doing all
along, adding to the abuse of wood pulp that could otherwise be used for
sketchpads!
THANX BF

ps to san d this does not apply to your philosophy which I quoted because
it's good!
I am only providing winter fodder for anyone with bureaucratic inclinations
who checks all documents for the appropriate amount of CURRENT BS
exkyouz mye spelyngue

YIKES>>>WHAT's THIS.......there...'s a tongue in my cheek... help!
BF