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artistic integrity


From: Fields, Linda (fieldsl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Mar 10 2005 - 10:21:54 PST

A few thoughts from an old dog...

you have to look at yourself in the mirror every day-it's good to like and be proud of the person you see;

integrity is one of the tenets of character education-something in the forefront of educational circles for most of us-what better way to teach it than to live it?

teachers who sign the originality pledge on Scholastic entries are basically liars when they allow entries they know to be copied;

consider her wanting your ideas as a compliment to you, and consider that, since it was your idea, she probably won't do it as well as you anyway.

You are being the best teacher you can be by living the kind of life you want for your students. Hang in there! Linda in NC

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