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On Tue, 6 Jan 1998, RWilk85411 wrote:
> First of all, I would like to say that art education programs seem to provide
> prospective art teachers with very shallow preparation indeed. I know our
> local "university" doesn't even offer a methods course above the elementary
> level yet their graduates are certified K-12. They have a hard time doing
> their internships in middle or high school classes.
> I am a strong supporter of DBAE. Do I understand you correctly in that it is
> your belief that one must teach the history of an expression before teaching
> the process? I am not aware of that approach. Perhaps I misunderstood you.
> Now for my big question. What do you mean by your statement that many teachers
> confuse art training with crafts training? I keep scratching my head over that