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Re: terrified of art cart


From: Rick (rlarson_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Jun 30 2001 - 08:04:01 PDT

The Austin's wrote:

> I
> Also, EASY REWARD SYSTEM!!! Whichever
> student was the "best behaved", "worked the hardest", was "the most
> >It is amazing, but when I was on a cart ( about 4 years) the kids would BEG
> to take the cart to the next class. I also used this as a reward. Classroom
> manage ment was honestly easy because the kids all followed their classroom
> teacher's rules, which allowed for much less talking than I do. I stored work
> in the rooms- tried to keep it out of the way, or I would store it anywhere
> else I could find. The teachers probably didn't like it, but never acted like
> they were miffed- we All woiuld rather there be an art room. It is really a
> great way to let others see what you do and changed the way my building looked
> at art education. I've got a room now and we have new young teachers who
> again seem to have no clue about what art education is- just a baby sitting
> service. If you have transparencies, that is the way to go. I did bring in
> prints but it is kind of a pain. I still did basically all of the media, but
> did have to modify. I also wrecked a few carpets........

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