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Lesson Plans


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Eldon L. Katter (katter)
Mon, 17 Feb 1997 12:25:59 -0500 (EST)

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Visiting OUR PLACE IN THE WORLD regularly is a real treat. Once there,
you don't want to leave. However, I'm beginning to think that finding our
way through ARTSEDNET TALK is more difficult than finding our way through
the real world. What's been missing from much of the recent online
ArtsEdNet Talk discussion, especially the on-going dialogue about the
issues surrounding celebrating pluralism, has been focused reference to
learning contexts, teaching objectives, instructional sequence, or concern for
I'm pleased to see that the curriculum resource, Our Place in the World,
has clear and focused objectives. I appreciate that. I'll be interested
to see how closely we can keep our suggestions and modifications to the
activities aligned with the stated objectives. I also hope the discussion
does not stray too far from the theme. I'm feeling very comfortable with
the generic theme of "Our Place in the World." It's not bound by time or
place and moves us beyond boundaries and borderlands. Also the signage is
good. The icons help us find our way and give us a visual reference for
the place and the questions being asked.
I hope all subscribers will take the time to visit Our Place in the World
and respond to the questions posed in the online seminar. I'll be trying
to find my way along with everybody else and will try not to get lost.

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