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Re: artsednet-digest V2 #62

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robert e maitland (maitla55)
30 Jan 1997 20:35:12 -0000


At 05:27 PM 1/28/97 -0800, you wrote:
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>artsednet-digest Tuesday, 28 January 1997 Volume 02 : Number 062
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>This edition includes:
>Connections
>Web sites-block scheduling
>clay, again !!!
>glaze/underglaze
>Re: Art as a sign of LD (again)
>How to unsubscribe
>A terrific new web resource in the arts ?HOW DO I GET THIS??????
>children's drawings.
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>Re: Art as a sign of LD (again)
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>From: p-lstudio (betti longinotti)
>Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 17:57:50 -0500
>Subject: Connections
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>Richard,
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>Yours in Art & Life,
>Betti L.
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>From: Debi13
>Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 18:09:47 -0500 (EST)
>Subject: Web sites-block scheduling
>
>All interested in Block Scheduling info:
>I found these today from the Florida Dept. of School Improvement.
>Block Scheduling List-Serv info
>http://carei.coled.umn.edu/BlockScheduling/listinfo.html
>A forum for discussion
>
>Want More on Block Scheduling?
>http://www.aasa.org/Pubs/sept03.htm
>Selected resources.
>
>Primer: Extended-Period Schedules
>http://carei.coled.umn.edu/BlockScheduling/primer.html
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>November 1995 Educational Leadership Abstracts
>"The Power of Innovative Scheduling"
>http://www.ascd.org/pubs/el/novabs.html
>Summary: This Novemeber issue is devoted to block scheduling
>
>Share with administrator and other interested faculty.
>
>Debi Barrett-Hayes
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>From: Bob Greaves <BGREAVES@its-peni.cc.monash.edu.au>
>Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 10:34:22 +0000
>Subject: clay, again !!!
>
> > Years ago I attended a workshop by Daniel Rhodes when he visited
>> Australia. He made some hugh slab pots using the cheescloth then used
>> cheescloth and slip to join them. In much the same way, I supppose,
>> sculptors use the plaster bandage technique.A collegue used a
>> variety of fabrics dipped in porcelain slip to cover figures he had
>> cast. The organic material burnt out but left the fabric form.
>> I suppose all this is really telling us to carry out some
>> experiments to see what is possible. As long as there is no damage
>> done to other studen'ts work, and there are no health/safety
>> reasons, why not find out what is possible with clay and firing?
>> We tend to stick to the rituals of ceramics.
>> Bob Greaves.
>>
>>
>Bob Greaves.
>
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>From: Bob Greaves <BGREAVES@its-peni.cc.monash.edu.au>
>Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 10:36:01 +0000
>Subject: glaze/underglaze
>
> Underglaze enable a more direct painting/decorating process on the
>> unfired ware and then only needs a clear glaze but with sculptural
>> pieces, why not just paint with acrylics if the ware does not have to
>> be functional? Firing fixes the clay then just paint or patina it.
>> Saves an awful lot of firing time and costs........
>> Bob Greaves.
>>
>>
>Bob Greaves.
>
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>From: DebbieDBAE
>Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 18:39:33 -0500 (EST)
>Subject: Re: Art as a sign of LD (again)
>
>I understand your frustration, and using artwork to support or document LD
>placement would make an interesting Doctoral study or Masters paper (in
>tandem with quidance personnel).
>My rule of thumb when I find work done by students that I think indicates an
>exceptionality of some kind is to save it or copy it with the students
>permission,
>then conference with the childs classroom teacher (never the parent first!).
> Usually it is saved as supporting evidence on the childs behalf, for
>example, writing all words in total reverse...but great attention to visual
>detail. Many times my EH and LD students are among my most visually
>talented, developmentally or physically they may be lacking in some areas
>but have compensated in and through the arts.
>Hang in there...this is a wide open area as the education field is just now
>recognizing the arts as a mode of cognition. All the accompanying research
>about exceptionalities and the arts will have to catch up!
>
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>From: "Robert M. Jaffe @ CSSSA" <rjaffe>
>Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 16:28:57 -0800
>Subject: A terrific new web resource in the arts
>
>Dear All,
>
> When you have the opportunity, check out the new website for The
>Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, at <http://www.famsf.org/index.html>.
>It has a 60,000 image database, and many useful, and fun items of interest.
>
>
>Robert M. Jaffe, Director
>California State Summer School for the Arts
>2012 H Street, Suite 201
>Sacramento, CA 95814-3110
>(916) 445-8919
>rjaffe
>http:www.csssa.org
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>From: Bob Greaves <BGREAVES@its-peni.cc.monash.edu.au>
>Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 11:50:51 +0000
>Subject: children's drawings.
>
>Ben, I work one morning a week in a local Hospital as a Play
>Specialist in their paediatric unit and use drawing as a device to
>distract the child from his/her surroundings. A couple of weeks ago
>I had a child of 7/8 who was drawing images similar to those of a 6
>year old. very controlled and deliberate, but his own images.
>There was another child of the same age in the room who dashed off
>very set adult influenced images but consistant with his school level.
>The first boy had repeated grade 1 and therefore was behind his peer
>group and older than his classmates. His drawings showed a
>concentration on the task in hand where as the other child showed a
>quick visual image indicating his knowledge. I suspect that the child
>who had repeated a class had environmental learning problems, lack
>of opportunity to learn where as the other child(who's parent was
>present) was probably living in a houshold where learning was prized.
>I can't see that the first child's drawing would be a predictor of later
learning
>difficulties but rather as an indicator that this child would benefit
>from a more intense one to one teaching situation.
>Bob Greaves.
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>Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 17:07:52 -0800
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>From: Roy Liebergen <rllieber>
>Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 19:21:39 -0600
>Subject: Re: Art as a sign of LD (again)
>
>Ben Schasfoort wrote:
>>
>> Dear colleagues,
>>
>> Two weeks ago I wrote:
>> Does there exist information (books, articles, theses) about the possibility
>> to read in children's drawings if they have -or in the future will have-
>> learning problems? I mean, are there signals given in drawings made by
>> children 4-10 years old, which are useful signs for teachers?
>>
>> I got some information from here and there and learned:
>> 1: There was misunderstanding about my question. It was not about art
>> therapy, but about possibilities to use children's artwork as a first sign
>> for learning disabilities. (besides I learned what LD means -never had it in
>> my Dutch study)
>> 2: Most teachers are rather reserved about using art as a sign of
something
>> psychological. Therapists think that is wise.
>> 3: If used as a diagnostic tool, use it always together with others.
>> 4: One can use the normal development of children's drawings as a
guideline.
>> 5: There is clinical art therapy and non-clinical art therapy. The
second
>> one is mostly done in schools, with a team of therapists and teachers.
>> 6: The are no recent studies in English dealing with art as a sign
of LD.
>> 7: Two books about art therapy are mentioned: Di Leo and Harris
>> 8: The cases told by different people are really interesting. We
should do
>> that more, tell about real school-life (same as with the theft series)
>> 9: The discussion about art as a sign of LD stopped quite quickly.
>> 10: This talkgroup thinks in English. Someone could have told me that
there
>> are German, French or Spanish answers, but none did.
>>
>> So, although this is not what I hoped to find, it is nevertheless an answer
>> altogether. There is no possibility to use children's visual artwork as a
>> sign of LD. Is that it?
>> Someone could start with a collection of drawings from children that have
>> learning problems. What are they showing? Maybe than we can use that study
>> later for my queeste.
>> Ben Schasfoort
>> Polderweg 22
>> 9682 XS OOSTWOLD (NL)
>> tel/fax: 31 (0)597 55 15 03
>> e-mail: ben.schasfoort
>
>I don't know, but maybe these children do well in art. It is a
>different environment, more movement, creativity encouraged, solutions
>to problems are as varied as the children. Just a thought, Carol.
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