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Re: NAEA National Conference

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Kay Broadwater (kbroadwater)
Tue, 23 Feb 1999 11:22:09 -0500

I have attended the NAEA conference for years and I always come away with a
wealth of knowledge and energy. Just being aroung thousands of art teachers is
a rare treat! Yes, sometimes the sessions are closed but usually it is for a
good reason and there are so many to choose from that it is not a problem. My
advice is to try to go with a friend or hook up with some other students via
this list serve. I do not know the particulars of this years conference but I
do know that being active in our profession yields rich results in the
Kay Broadwater, Towson University, Baltimore, MD

Marsh, Cindy, & Moses Hudson-Knapp wrote:

> Dear Folks,
> My daughter is a senior studying art education and took an interest in
> attending the upcoming NAEA conference in Washington. Can someone tell us
> the identity of the keynote speaker?
> Also I've heard that the national meetings can be very disorganized at
> times and workshops are cancelled without notice, etc. Do you know if this
> year's conference is fairly well organized?
> Your comments about the strengths and weaknesses of this experience would
> be very helpful.
> Feel free to email me off list if you prefer.
> Thanks a lot!
> Marsh Hudson-Knapp