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Re: displaying student work


Date: Wed Jun 20 2001 - 17:40:34 PDT

For an end of the school year display for summer school , when all our
kids have taken their work home, we took digital photos of art from the
last classes of the year. It made a great display in our office area.
It also gave us a chance to display work there was not itme to put up.

Judy Decker wrote:

> Displaying work is a requirement for my students. I have it written
> into my course description. All middle school students have had at
> least one project on display sometime during their middle school years
> (I get many only for twelve weeks). I don't put up every project of
> every child -- I don't have the time. But I do not put the same kids
> up all the time either. Why do I do this? I get many students who
> have never had a project on display anytime during their elementary
> years (K thru 5)...and even more who have never been in our district
> art show. It is interesting, when we have judges come in from other
> schools for our district show--they often select works that I would
> not have selected as the "best" and they frequently select pieces that
> I put in from students who have never been in our shows.Who is decide
> what is good art? Just thought I would add to this thread. Judy D
> (Judith) ---