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Dear Jan and All,
> Good points Leah. First I think it is good how teachers are able to keep
> access files and work hard in general to use their resources.
Yes, visual arts is such a vast subject, I think it's important that we keep
abreast of what people are doing in arts education.
> hand we can tend to get comfortable and lazy about using our own
> when it is so easy to select from the sources we have.
I think it is very diffucult to produce ideas in a vacuum. Most of us use
these sources to trigger new ideas, so we are using our imagination. Plus
wading through hundreds of magazines is not a lazy endeavor.
> I guess there are so many good ideas out there and so little time to
> them all that we figure why bother stretching the brain. Lately I have
> working on my critical thinking skills. Since I will be asking my
> to think, I decided I had better do so too.
Even if you came up with a bunch of ideas "all by yourself" you'd probably
find them showing up in other places. Which was the point of my other post.
Now the question is . . . Did you see it before? or Did someone else have
the same great idea?
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