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Re: constructivism


From: Esa Tipton (tmtartseducation_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue May 21 2002 - 14:00:00 PDT

Students who have been taught in the current paradigm
act this way because of how they have been taught and
what little was expected of them. We are trying to
shift the entire paradigm with some other variables
and ways of thinking. If muscle can be created in the
body and in the brain at any age in life, we all can

--- Christene Sandeson <>
 I agree that learning takes place
> within the
> willing learner. However my art classes have a wide
> diversity of
> student attitude/ability/experience and I'm getting
> a a little
> cynical about the way students can take Art 12 (for
> example) without
> having taken either Art 10 or 11. They are out of
> their league. These
> are the ones who might prefer crayons, coloring
> books, and a little
> caption that explains the picture. I know the
> written part of the
> upcoming final exam (open book) will toast them

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