This fall my students and I will be doing an elementary art lesson centered
around the International Day of Peace. I want to introduce the pre-service
elementary classroom teacher and the pre-service elementary art teacher to
address social justice topics through an education in art. We are planning to
participate in the Pinwheels for Peace project. Have any of you participated
in this. If so, what was your experience?
Diane C. Gregory
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> in SC, and hated my job and my district, but I
> certainly wouldn't assume that every situation in SC
> would be bad.
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> > TOUGH SCHEDULES: one year in North Carolina, I had
> > ten 30 minute art classes
> > ! Thank
> > God I no longer work in
> > that district or state!
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