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Just one of the many reasons

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RWilk85411
Wed, 30 Jun 1999 08:22:26 EDT


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In a message dated 6/30/99 1:00:38 AM Eastern Daylight Time, TAH1916 writes:

<< AN ART ELIXIR?

Think about ways art teachers are insulated and isolated from their
colleagues.

Teaching art is a lonely activity. Art teachers have little contact with
adults in the context of their artrooms. They spend instructional time in
their own classroom, an essentially closed environment and private affair.
Some art teachers have worked in the same school for 20 years and have never
seen their colleagues teach.

The professional isolation of art teachers can foster mediocrity and could
marginalize the improvement of teaching.

NAEA can help! How? By providing thousands of art teachers access to other
professionals, offering a supportive network, providing useful feedback and
opportunities to reflect on better ideas and approaches for teaching art -
the ultimate elixir for student learning.

NAEA. LOS ANGELES, MARCH 31-APRIL 4, 2000.

THE WORLD'S LARGEST PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
ON ART EDUCATION

750 WORKSHOPS, SESSIONS, SEMINARS, 140 EXHIBITORS >>

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AN ART ELIXIR?

Think about ways art teachers are insulated and isolated from their
colleagues.

Teaching art is a lonely activity. Art teachers have little contact with
adults in the context of their artrooms. They spend instructional time in
their own classroom, an essentially closed environment and private affair.
Some art teachers have worked in the same school for 20 years and have never
seen their colleagues teach.

The professional isolation of art teachers can foster mediocrity and could
marginalize the improvement of teaching.

NAEA can help! How? By providing thousands of art teachers access to other
professionals, offering a supportive network, providing useful feedback and
opportunities to reflect on better ideas and approaches for teaching art -
the ultimate elixir for student learning.

NAEA. LOS ANGELES, MARCH 31-APRIL 4, 2000.

THE WORLD'S LARGEST PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
ON ART EDUCATION

750 WORKSHOPS, SESSIONS, SEMINARS, 140 EXHIBITORS

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