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Lesson Plans

Living Artists Research is still alive

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Woody Duncan (wduncan)
Thu, 02 Dec 1999 19:47:25 -0600

Hey out there in ArtsEdNet land,
The living artists collaborative research project a proposed is still alive,
but growing slowly. I should have the details worked out by Christmas.
I will
propose to do a trial run in the spring to work the bugs out and then we
be ready to proceed. On the web now is an outline of the concept in the
of a "Power Point" presentation. Neat technology that I'm just learning about.
My slide show isn't very flashy yet, not even any pictures. That's
quite a task
for an art person, all content and no show. Check it out by clicking on
I'll keep posting information on the contact web site that I set up for my
"Internet Instruction" class. The URL for my contact page is
It's been a very slow day for mail, everyone must have grades due like I do.

By the way KanCrn is the organization that is going to make the
publication of our
research possible. You can check out the group by going to the KanCrn
web site.
The KanCRN project is located at
KanCRN is growing by the day. We currently have 373 classrooms in 248
distinct schools covering 39 states and four countries. To see a map of the
currently registered schools go to - for an online, interactive map.
Much of the research being done is more of the straight Science type
like the
the lichen project but ours is more social science in nature. You can
check out
the lichen project at the Tardigrade Project
If you have not registered before you should register your
classroom - there is not cost or commitment to registration.
Registration is at

Got to go do grades now, Woody in KC

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