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Betty Bowen wrote:
> "automatic pilot"
> The art ed methods course ...
I'm interested in getting much better as an art teacher, having, I think,
this year begun to discover my style, or at least that, if there is a
learning style for each child, there is a teaching style for each teacher.
You can't be everyone for anyone without being yourself for you first and
foremost. My question: what are the most valuable courses, where are they
taught, and how much do they cost?
I am currently visiting other art teachers in the area and so far have
observed two. Many great ideas come out of this, complete with solutions to
problems I didn't know I had.
I'd appreciate hearing more about these courses. I came to be an art teacher
accidentally, with a multiple subject credential with supplements in Art and
English. (I have a double BA in English Literature and Studio Art). I took no
course that dealt specifically with teaching art.
Tom in Potter
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