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Re: Presentations at NAEA

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Rodney and Barbara Boville (rboville)
Wed, 24 Feb 1999 20:28:34 -0600

Sharon,since you are presenting at the National, please help out those of us
who attend, but do not present, by having enough handouts for your sessions.
I attended last year and was pre registered for everything I attended, but
because I did not push, shove or jump over chairs , I did not get any
handouts. I was doubly disappointed when the presenters asked for our
addresses and promised to send out additional handouts, I am still waiting.
Although disappointed by this sistuation, as a whole, it was an awesome
experience to be with so many art educators and as you said very
invigorating. I wish that I could go this year, but not possible. To all of
you out there going, have a great time!!!!!!!!!!Barbara
-----Original Message-----
From: S. Henneborn <heneborn>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 1999 7:38 PM
Subject: Presentations at NAEA

>I prefer presenting the hands on workshops because the numbers are
>predetermined. I will be presenting Tessellation - Art Math Connection.
>I also like to be scheduled at the end of the evening. I seem to get that
>second wind and there is no pressure to vacate the room.
>I would go to National even with the flaws just to be with that many fellow
>art teachers. I always come home invigorated and with significant new
>Some peeves about National. Was it Chicago where the rooms had the big
>in the middle of the rooms? San Francisco had rooms too small and the
>building was very confusing. When the conference centers are several
>buildings combined I get very disoriented and by the time I figure out the
>pattern it is Sunday and time to go home!
>My biggest peeve used to be presenters that write a description and do not
>come close to presenting what was in the program description.. that was
>I had a description edited to a longer sentence and a few changed words
>altered the topic altogether!
>I once made the mistake of assuming a session at our state conference that
>scheduled for 8:00 would not have a large attendance. If the teachers are
>interested in the subject they will fill a room an matter what time.
>Remember that at Chicago there was record attendance and far more people
>registered at the conference than could have been expected There were
>more people than planned for and they had to squeeze in somewhere!
>Looking forward to seeing you all. We should print our email names on the
>name tags or put a predetermined symbol on our name tags so we can
>each other.