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Re: Teacher Training

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henry (taylorh)
Sun, 29 Jun 1997 12:40:51 -0700 (MST)


Robert,

For concise, formal treatment, you might want to look at both Pestalozzi
and Walter Smith. Drawing doesn't show up in Froebel until the "Tenth
Gift" (a grided drawing slate).

-henry

On Thu, 26 Jun 1997, Robert Beeching wrote:

> From my research, each Department or School of Education which deals with
> "art education" has a different agenda; curriculum guideline; course of
> study (content); scope and sequence approach toward teacher training.
>
> QUESTION: Does anyone out there have a concise "scope and sequence"
> approach to the teaching of DRAWING, PAINTING, and CONSTRUCTON;
> PROCESS/SKILL DEVELOPMENT?
>
> I have seen only "guidelines"; little of concrete "implentation"
> techniques. Would appreciate specific course "outlines" for both elementary
> and secondary credentialing from any state!
>
> Robert Beeching, Producer/Author
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>
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