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Re:Teacher Inquiry on teaching art history to primary students

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TalariaCo (TalariaCo)
Thu, 19 Mar 1998 16:15:12 EST

Dear Evelyn,

As an art historian and educator myself, I have found that my students
appreciate visual examples of sculptures from many ages. The display of these
items creates a "museum learning environment" in the classroom. Because I had
a difficulty in finding a wide selection of art works, I developed a web site
for educators displaying a selection of visual aids mostly in sculpture.

I also have access to many other resources not listed on my web site such as
film strips, CDROMS, posters and videos. From my library of resources, I can
put a snail mail packet together for you. If you are interested, please email
me with some specifics about your curriculum.

Many teachers appreciate my personal attention to matching visual aids to
their curriculums and their budgets. Perhaps I can help you too?

Nina Christensen