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>What is the title of Harry
>Wong's book? Thanks, Linda
>From: frankland-linder <frankland>
>To: artsednet <artsednet.edu>
>Date: Sunday, January 03, 1999 9:49 PM
>Subject: Re: What Student Teachers need to HAVE
>>I agree with all the postings about what we need to know - fortunately
>>my teaching certification program offered much in the way of classroom
>>management, and reading Harry Wong's book. Which I also recieved from my
>>district when I started teaching, so if any one needs an extra copy let
>>I am at this moment making an elements and principles poster that I have
>>been putting off forever! The other professor for elem. art ed. had her
>>students make these wonderful posters with examples and illustrations -
>>I wish we had done that! I have an array of good ideas, but little to
>>display and it would have been nice to do those things when I had the
>>time, ha ha - like we have time in school, but I think you know what I
>>mean. I think it would help with some of the organizational issues as
>>So I started thinking of things I wish I had for my classroom that could
>>have been part of projects and posters, filing system, resources and
>>misc. equipment come to mind. I am fortunate to have been bequeathed a
>>number of 'Big Books' that my mentor teacher made and they are
>>wonderful, though some in need of repair. They are based around her
>>lessons like Egypt, Romare Bearden, Van Gogh, etc. and come in very
>>handy if you have to travel, as many elem. art teachers do. She found
>>used art books and catalogs for prints and text.
>>Have fun in your class - sounds like I would have! Thank goodness my
>>subject area prof's were great!
>>Vicky, snow day tomorrow in Michigan!