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>D Sterner wrote:
>> Discipline Based Art Education (DBAE) serves as touchstone toward greater
>> teaching ability. It shows art teachers how to deal with the ambiguity
>> the artistic process by virtue of accountability: Provide education, not
>> just an activity. As art teachers, we need to demonstrate that art is
>> than "hand traced turkeys" and "cotton ball Santas". I am being flip,
>> consider: abstract artists did not fall on their head one day and paint
>> wild stuff - there is history that contributed to their need to redefine
>> their role: PHOTOGRAPHY played a big part and kids need to understand
>> - I mean that artists do things in reaction to the world around them.
>well. This is a wonderful idea, IF you work in a school that wants the art
>be something OTHER THAN glitter santas and hand turkeys. Some of us are
>lucky. :( My counterpart at the other campus was flat out told that art,
>pe classes existed only to give the classroom teachers a planning period,
and that if
>the company could get away without having them, they would do. So.....
>(I'm looking for a new teaching job, btw.)
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