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[teacherartexchange] Call for articles for SchoolArts


From: NANCY WALKUP (nwalkup_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Jul 01 2005 - 14:06:26 PDT

Call for Articles for SchoolArts Magazine
(In addition to the appreciation you will get from your administrators for
bringing national attention to your school, you will also get paid and get
extra copies of the magazine)!

We are currently seeking articles for the early childhood, elementary,
middle school, and high school levels. If you have a lesson that you would
like to share that is suitable for any one of these levels, then we
encourage you to submit it for publication. In writing your article, keep
these questions in mind: What is important to teach? Why is it important?
How do you assess student performance? How do we advance art education? How
do you teach for success?

Review a recent issue of SchoolArts magazine. Notice the balance of
photographs and text in feature articles (high-quality photographs and
high-resolution digital images will reproduce well in the magazine). Good
photographs of student artwork and close-up shots of the art-making process
lead to the best design. Length of articles varies from 300 to 800 words.
Please include the National Standard that applies to your lesson, along with
your name, school address, e-mail address, and home mailing address. Click
here for more extensive guidelines.
Send your article along with at least one high-quality color photograph or
slide of a student solution to the art problem to:

Nancy Walkup, Editor
SchoolArts magazine
2223 Parkside Drive
Denton, TX 76201

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