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Thank you to all who responded to my university students' questions. I and
my students appreciate the time, effort and dedication to our project.
My students are learning so much from you. They are learning about the
realities of teaching art from many different perspectives. Your e-mails
are often used as a source of positive and stimulating discussions and
debates in our class. They are energized by your answers and are becoming
highly motivated to teach; they are motivated despite the many challenges
and naysayers that exist in the world around us about how difficult
teaching is becoming.
My students get so excited when they get your answers. They e-mail me and
talk about what wonderful answers you are providing. They also tell me
they are realizing that there are many issues to consider when teaching
art. They are becoming reflective and thinking art educators. You have
helped them get to this point and I thank you.
We will be off on spring break next week, but expect for us to be back on
artsednet after that time.
Again, thanks for your help and we will see you in about ten days.
Diane C. Gregory, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Art Education
Southwest Texas State University