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Re: Middle school research site...want to work on one ?


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Feb 28 2001 - 03:54:17 PST

Great Idea,
        Get back to me at
In the mean time check out using a site like StarTrack
where you can locate sites and then put them
into one link to keep kids on track.
or better yet have your students write and publish
their own sites done by them.
                        Woody in KC wrote:
> Hello fellow art teachers --
> Would anyone out there like to work on a group project online creating
> resources about artists for middle schoolers ? I am sure there are some
> great sites out there already, but my students and I tend to find them
> inconsistently useful -- wouldn't it be great to combine links / pages in an
> easy to use format that is age appropriate (language / vocabulary and
> content)

> Amy Ropple

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