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Texas art teacher -- yells HELP
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]brenda neel
Fri, 27 Feb 1998 04:41:13 -0700
I am a Texas art teacher and we are just getting the internet set up at our school...
Last year someone told of all the neat places to take students to on the web like
museums. I teach grades 7-12 and would like to let the students have an opportunity
to use the internet. If someone has time I would like to know some URL addresses
so I can take my students places.. I am interested in museums... (and what to do
to use it when I get there). I am also interested in art games... if there are some
over the internet.. and last but not least my students are most interested in chat
or e-mail... however since this is new at the school -- I am shy about letting kids
get on chat or send e-mail to people i don't know... Last year I heard some schools
that wanted to have e-mail pen pals and also send drawings back and forth to each
other through regular mail?? (did anyone do this -- does it work??) Is there a
safe place where students can chat and I don't have to fear losing my job? or should
chat and e-mail just not be an option for the kids at this time...
I need your help... If you have time please write back. If you want to write to
me personally -- my at home e-mail address is brenda0 (the 0 is a zero)
thanks for your time,
The Texas art teacher that needs HELP to learn how to use the internet with her art
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