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Re: Keeping a sketchbook--high school


Date: Sat Jul 14 2001 - 08:01:26 PDT

In a message dated 07/13/2001 8:51:44 PM Pacific Daylight Time, writes:

> I was considering having the kids bring a large loose leaf binder for a
> sketchbook--then they could punch holes in drawing paper to fill it
> up--plus add any specialty paper--tissue, acetate, construction paper,
> quadrile ruled paper etc.-- they might like. They could also keep a
> scanned or digital printout of every assignment along with their grade
> rubrics as we go along so that it would represent not just a sketchtbook
> for ideas and plans, but also a portfolio of their progress. What do you
> think of this??? Sid

This sounds like a good idea and I might try it. Buying a good sketchbook is
very expensive and this way they could do mult-media.

Thanks for the idea,

Ken Schwab
San Jose CA