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Lesson Plans


TECHNOLOGY?

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Sun, 11 Jul 1999 21:59:10 -0700


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RE: " I am interested in the comparison of the gender ratios in
each non-technology art electives versus art electives that =
include
technology--whether or not there is a difference in the ratio =
when
technology is offered."

01. Are you considering "print-making" as non-technical, or =
technical?

02. By technical, are you referring to computer-generated art =
and/or photograph?

03. Boys, in our area, tend to migrate toward silkscreen and =
photography, whereas, girls tend to
migrate toward portrait painting, and ceramics.
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