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Re: RE: "imagine" or "fantasize"

From: D. L. Sterner (dsterner)
Date: Fri Jul 28 2000 - 13:42:03 PDT

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    The results of my paper stem from years of reading. I can forward some
    authors, however I will be reformatting my hard drive this weekend. If you
    save my address and ask again next week, I will be able to forward some
    reading material that I downloaded from library databases. I have many full
    text articles that contributed to my emerging philosophy about teaching.
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: E Jane Beckwith <ejb35>
    To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
    Sent: Friday, July 28, 2000 9:08 AM
    Subject: Re: RE: "imagine" or "fantasize"

    > Deb. Thank you for your complete response. I'd like to know more about
    > readings and the titles of the books or articles you referenced! Are you
    > on a paper on the subject? My research shows that art students are often
    > discouraged from actively engaging (Deweyan thinking here) with their
    > lives in art production. Their thinking about subjects of greatest
    salience to
    > them and expressing them may be discouraged because some schools and art
    > teachers limit the subject matter students are allowed to include in art
    > production. Can you respond again, and also give me any authors or titles
    > you think I might benefit from reading. Thanks aga
    > ---


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