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Re: Discipline Based Art Education? -- reply

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MarshArt
Thu, 16 Dec 1999 21:10:43 EST


In a message dated 12/16/99 8:53:35 AM Eastern Standard Time,
labadie writes:

<< The message: search the
closets and the libraries in order to know what is available. There
are no bibles for art education and each educational sitaution will
require a unique blend of information and resources to do the best
job for the students in each school. >>

Well said, John. Development of creative thinking skills is a large part of
my focus. One philosophy of art cannot do it all. As for me, I take the
"best of the best" and develop my own curriculum so that there is "academic
meat for the kids to chew on" and yet offers the flexibility of right-brain
development in a studio situation.

Marsha

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