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The program that I am in requires a Bachelors in you field of specialization
(mine was art), many hours volunteer work in the public schools, specific
grade, several professional recommendations and passing a pre-service
teachers exam. Many, like myself, have had years of experience in a related
area or have entrepreneural backgrounds. The emphasis now is learning how
to teach what we know...this includes coursework and field experience with
excellent mentors in schools both suburban and inner city schools. One of my
courses is aesthetics and it has been effective my napping brain cells.
I am not famliar yet with how the professional approach postmodern art, but
I am looking forward to hearing more. Good luck on your project....
> Jayne nice to meet another Jane but with a y.
> My interest in the topic you raise is research I am doing about how
> introduce postmodern, contemporary arts in their classrooms. Because the
> of a lot of postmodern art is controversial, I want to know how teachers
> it successfully. As I wrote to the list, I am interested that so many
> are making their own policies, rather than schools having policies in
> about restricted or censored images. It is hard, because art from the last
> years that is well-regarded, can also be laden with such images as
> they need to restrict. Do you have any thoughts on this? Also, what is
> postgraduate art licensing program? Thanks for your posting, I have
> lot from the responses, as I hope you have. Jane wit
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