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[teacherartexchange] Art Education and Technology Interviews


From: Diane C. Gregory (dianegregory_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jun 29 2006 - 20:49:24 PDT

Hi All,

Next Wednesday, I will send out the Interview questions for those of you who
volunteered to be interviewed about how you are using technology in your art
classroom. I received numerous emails from List members volunteering to be
interviewed and I hope I don't miss anyone. If you don't receive the questions
next Wednesday let me know and I apologize in advance for missing you. And if
you would like to volunteer to be interviewed, let me know. Finally, if you
know of an art teacher who is integrating technology within their art
classroom, I would appreciate receiving their name. Just let them know you are
passing on their name! I will be using the answers to the interview questions
as part of an article I am writing. Thanks so very much!

I noticed in my recent Tapped In Calendar, that our own Kevan Nitzberg is
presenting ideas on how to use the Walker Art Center web site. Now how cool is
that! Check out Tapped In!

Dr. Diane C. Gregory
Director, Undergraduate & Graduate
Studies in Art Education
Texas Woman's University
Denton, TX  76204
Quoting "" <>:
> Hi all!  TOMORROW I am submitting a proposal to NAEA for a room to be
> designated for Youth Art Month at the convention.  The goal is to
> host a "museum" (framed works from each state) as well as the flags,
> documentation books, etc.
> We are trying to show the tremendous support and efforts (as
> evidenced in Chicago by the PowerPoint at the first general session
> and the signs throughout the hotel) by members---enough to use the
> room all day, every day of the convention.
> One of the things we have done is to compile a list of individuals
> who are already submitting a proposal (any type and length proposal)
> that, as a show of support for YAM, are saying in essence "if
> accepted we would like/are willing to hold our session in the YAM
> space".....versus some random room (same kind of room -but large-and
> set up as the others with projectors, etc)
> Of course it is up to NAEA to schedule everything as they normally
> do, but this is to present a united showing of support for this
> amazing advocacy program.
> ANYONE out there interested in adding their name to the our list?
> All I need is name, state, session title and session length.  Feel
> free to contact me for more information or clarification.
> Thanks in advance for your help! I always know I can count on this
> group :-)
> creatively, Linda in Oregon
> school -
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