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" Lots of Praise"

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Chester Windsor (SKOOLMA)
Tue, 18 Aug 1998 20:52:40 -0700


TO: Gail, Marsha, & Sandra/John Barrick:

Thanks gang for all your praises on my "A+"!! I appreciate you all!

Sandra....there is hope for everyone. If I can do it, so can you! From
what I've been reading on your posts, you're way ahead in the ball game
than I...so jump in and take the risk..I DID!! With this wonderful
group's support and motivation, we can't go wrong!

Marsha...I wouldn't trade teaching art for anything else myself! After
doing two long-term art assignments in high school, I knew Art was in my
veins! Though I'm not an artist, I love art history. Next spring, I'll
be taking my first painting and sculpture classes, is it true anybody
can paint and draw? I am dreading these classes. But I learn from all
the discussions from the group. Especially, when somebody asks "excuse
me, but what is.....? Then, that answers my question too!

Gail...your wonderful inspirational messages keep me going. I really
want to be an excellant teacher. My Educ. Psychol. professor emphasized
so much to give students all the power to learn(lots of study guides),
to go further steps to make the lessons enjoyablel, enlightening (lots
of study guides), and to go over mat'l (more study guides). Hang in
there for me, cause I'll need you.

I'll be asking for help this semester,( taking 15hrs this fall (YIKES!)
so enlighten me artnetters!!

Does anyone know of websites for:

Cultural Anthrop.
Western Art through Middle Ages
Arts and the adolescent
Craft design & history
Minorites in America (my 2nd teaching field is Socio.)

Any help is always appreciated... thanks again!

Rachel
(SkoolMa)