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Re: grant proposal


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Mar 16 2005 - 07:27:06 PST

        Perhaps you can find a workshop where they allow
you to name it yourself. Then you can devise a name that
will appeal to your district. I took the same watercolor
workshop every summer for 20 years changing the number
each year. I used those credits to renew my teaching
certificate every four years. I'm somewhat serious in
this suggestion. Perhaps there is an institution out
there that will be creative enough to offer a "Name
Your Own Workshop".
                        Woody, Retired in Albuquerque

Fran Legman wrote:
> My district gives grants to teachers for summer Prof. Dev. In the past
> they have rejected my proposed art workshops. They have however
> accepted art workshops that have the word teacher in them, or
> bookmaking. I have tried to convince them how important my own personal
> artmaking is to my teaching, but they don?t go for it, However I will
> try again. Does anyone have some information/sources I can use to
> support my proposal? Fran in NJ

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