I always enjoyed Pascale’s posts. I often wonder why we weren’t hearing
Leslie In Framingham
From: Judy Decker [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, March 06, 2004 9:47 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Well - then here is another treat for you
I posted my dancing elephant as a way to sign off on that list member. SHE
is the reason I made that post in January (wasn't intended towards you at
all. You talk to "us" too - smile -- and thank us).
She only posts when she needs something - and never shares back again -or
says "thank you". Only takes -- and asks for more and more! I am done with
her now. I have another little fun fellow to share now, too. Pam Stephens
just sent me this little guy. I think I wil use him the next time I answer a
RANTING post. Use him to stomp out the fire so to speak.
Enjoy! If some teachers would quit taking themselves so seriously - they
would have so much more fun with the kids - and the KIDS would start taking
them more seriously and find art is important. Kids need at least one
teacher to be different and show them that teaching kids is a good gig to
>> more international teachers joining us at this list.
Sadly the international teachers don't get much attention so they just slip
away. When Pascale - my firend from France - was on the list they actually
made fun of her English translations. She left the list in a hurry. She
started her own list group on Yahoo. Makio from Japan is on this list -- but
never gets much response when he posts. None of the folks in other
countries get much response (of course I ALWAYS talk to them).
----- Original Message -----
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To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" < email@example.com
Sent: Saturday, March 06, 2004 7:29 PM
Subject: RE: A feast for the eyes! Childrens art from Japan
> "Judy Decker" < firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> > wrote:
> >Child Art Museum in Japan from Ryuichi Nishio
> >http://www.edu-c.pref.kumamoto.jp/ws/kmtartws/index3.htm >
> Wow, thank you, Judy, for pointing me to this wonderful site. I agree
wholeheartedly that seeing student work from around the world is possibly
the greatest gift of the web. Wish that there were more such opportunities,
and more international teachers joining us at this list. J.
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