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Teachers whose students feed into other schools should work from a
general curriculum to ensure that the receiving program/teacher has a
reasonably coherent (homogeneous) group with whom to work.
On Mon, 12 Feb 1996, Kristin Todd wrote:
> I have recently read that there are two very different attitudes
> toward having set curriculums in art. Many people expressed the opinion
> that they felt that a specific syllabus would take away there freedom to
> develop a curriculum geared toward individual groups and would hinder
> learning in some way, others felt that having a set of guidelines would
> help define specific subjects that certain grade levels would cover, this
> would then make it easier to assess what level each age group should be at
> and what subject matter they are or are not ready for. I'd like to here
> how all of you feel about this.
> Kristin Todd
> SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam NY