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Lesson Plans

Two questions

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Dorian Lewis 04/Mathis 1002 (DL20694)
Tue, 27 Feb 1996 17:11:03 -0600 (CST)

Hi again! I really appreciate the responses I received
concerning my last question asked earlier this month!
Thanks for everyone's input; it was extremely helpful

I have two more questions that I feel are important
concerning Art Education in the public school system:
(1) What should an art classroom contain in the way of
basic art supplies as well as some of the more involved
or in-depth supplies for specific projes, work areas
(i.e. tables, stools, easels, etc.)? In other words,
what does a fairly well-outfitted art classroom look
like and what are some common sources used by today's
art educators in obtaining these products/supplies?

(2) How can I attract the support and positive interest
of the school administrators and other members of the
school system, as well as that of the parents of my
students and other teachers' students and the surrounding
community's? To maybe narrow this down a bit; How can
I get a large majority of people involved in the process
of Art Education (in the school I work at)?

I understand these questions are fairly in-depth, but
whatever answers can be given I really appreciate! Thanks
again for your help and keep up the great discussion!!!

Dorian Lewis