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Re: Product

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Christine Beth Johnson (chrbjohn)
Sat, 11 Jan 1997 05:58:56 -0500 (EST)

I agree that both process and product are required. However, the view of
the criteria is the crucial point of the products appraisal. When the
learner/artist set the criteria with the full understanding of the
developmentally appropriate expert standards that they have identified,
then the product gains status:product is a part of the process.

Christine Johnson
Arts Alive
Doctoral Student
Instructional Systems Technology
Indiana University

On Fri, 10 Jan 1997, ROBERT FALLOWS wrote:

> I can't help but comment when you talk about process and product. In my
> opinion: Yes the process it important but not to the exclusion of
> product. If a person doesn't improve and grow doing art then they will
> stop wanting to do more. And the way you "chart" your progress is with
> the product. Yes some people never keep their product but it did exist.
> Maureen