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Re: One-Point Perspective Site plus bad teaching experience...

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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Tue, 27 Jul 1999 09:27:24 -0400

Thank you. I also believe that when one student verbalizes for the benefit
of another, it clarifies their own thinking and reinforces their own
learning. I remember being told that if you really want to learn something,
you should teach it. Linda

>In a message dated 7/26/99 1:18:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>fromkinr writes:
><< > >
> > >
> I think Linda makes a good point in saying that students who understand
> perspective can help other students who don't. Quite often a student
> explaining a concept to another benefits both parties involved.
> Just a thought.
> Ricki
> >>
>good call. one of the hardest parts of teaching perspective (and other
>aspects of drawing for that matter) is that when you "get it" it is so
>difficult to explain how. sometimes as an artist, and as a teacher who has
>been doing this for a long time you just see it, thats all. and that is
>sooooo hard to explain in words at times. the kids often know how to say
>what you mean so that it makes sense.