Ann Wilschke wrote: > > I think a really good art teacher makes their students love art. I spend > so much time pondering projects etc. as I think we all do. But one of my > best things this year was a short talk about Wm. Wegman. I had an old > Scholastic poster and part of a calendar and his new puppy book. So I > told the kids about him and showed the images in all classes. The next > day two of my sixth graders came to art and said they had tried to photo > their pet dog ala Wegman. I have had students come in thrilled when they > received the puppy book they requested. I was so pleased. I think this > is what teaching art is all about. > > ANN W. > > On Tue, 24 Feb 1998 rlanders-lea.anderson.k12.tn.us wrote: > > > I have to agree entirely with all that has been previously > > stated by Rachel. However, I feel that there is just a little > > more to add. Art teachers should be willing to spend extra > > time with their students outside of school hours helping them > > improve their work and/or skills. They should definately keep > > ALL their yogurt containers but they also need to keep ALL > > their old trinkets like beads or old scraps of material. > > > > Above all, the best art teacher has to be a person who enjoys > > their job to the utmost; including the students and the work > > that they do. > > > > by: Greta Hofmann > > Robertsville Middle school > > Oak Ridge, TN > >
Can you give us the title/ISBN of Wegman's new puppy book? Thanks!