I am enjoying "Old HomeWeek" very much. I did not post that much except at
the very beginning. I think I have been on for about- 12 yrs. I still read
most posts. Am still teaching- and Judy, I will be sending the new link to
my website soon. The old one listed on art teacher's sites no longer works.
This has been a wonderful resource, and I have sung it's praises to any and
all that will listen.
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From: "Patricia Knott" <email@example.com>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 1:44 PM
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] 'Old Home Week'
> I'm still here too! I tried to figure how long, and it's at least 2000
> if not before. Most people my age are retired already, but I have at
> least four more years. I continue to forge into new areas even when I
> don't know how, and teach 5 preps even though I only teach 4 class
> periods - so figure that .
> I concur with San D that firstname.lastname@example.org
> is a valuable resource. I display it daily along with the NY Times to
> generate questions of the day. life.com is also good for images to spur
> I've been trying to "Moodle" a couple of my courses but again as San D
>> I started a blog with my AP kids last year, and unfortunately they
>> weren't interested. Go figure. It wasn't the amount of work required.
>> Essentially they only responded to articles, it was the nuisance of not
>> being able to discuss it face to face in class, they would rather do
>> that than "converse' with a computer. Who knew?
> So, although I regard all the bells and whistles of new communications, I
> found this-- when I sat down and "told artists stories" the memory was
> better communicated. I gave a 'pastiche" assignment as my final in one
> class. I was blow n away about the choices made by students based on my
> history presentations. They picked up on details I had never imagined.
> So I'm working on my story telling skills and how memories are made and
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