I'm also glad to hear "multi-cultural" units. I prefer
that term. Whenever anyone talks about bi-racial they always seem to
mean Black/White. There are a lot of us out there who fall under
bi-racial and are not of those to mixes. Art seems to be the one place
that will cover all different cultures. In this day in age it shouldn't
be but Art may be the only place where kids might learn about other
people other than themselvesor their own culture. how boring we would
all be if were all the same.
> i've been pondering a lot of things. in high school, i learned art
> chronologically. i really like this approach. my question is, though, how do
> i make this chronology multi cultural? is there a good resource out there? i
> don't want to seperate my multicultural lessons, i'd like them to blend in to
> show my students the essentiality.. (is that a word?). its kind of like the
> recent talk about handicapped artists.. i find it distasteful to say "oh, now
> we're gonna study the handicapped"... i'm a big favor of inclusion. do you
> guys know what i mean?
> aimee, vcu undergrad.