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Art on a cart(longish post)


Date: Sun May 12 2002 - 18:59:07 PDT

I'm interviewing for an art on a cart position, not my first choice, but a
possibility. I know that an art on a cart string went through already, but I
am looking for specific tips. For are painting and ceramics
handled. I've taught for eight years in a room and had them set up for 6-7
groups. How is it done with individual desks? I know about the buckets, but
how do you set up the paint for each individual student? Also, I am looking
for ice breaker activities. The school district I am considering has only a
6% turn over the students know each other quite well. I've used ice
breaker activities before but in schools where there was a large number of
new students next year and they had to get to know each other. Have any
suggestions on how I can get to know them and vice versa? Any help would be
greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Sal Pienschke