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Re: curriculum for math and science magnet elementary school


From: Judy Decker (jdecker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed May 14 2003 - 06:41:26 PDT

Wow - Looks like we will have to be busy over the summer coming up with math - science - art integration lessons. I am saving your needs and will be talking with folks who have signed up to help come up with ideas for IAD.
A good place to start looking for ideas is Michal Austin's site - she has a picture and brief description of what they did - a good source for ideas. ....and Michal is always willing to answer questions.
Also check the other list member sites:
There are lots of great ideas already out there.

Bunki found some good middle school ideas hunting around on Artsonia one summer -- so that is worth a look, too.

Browse the lesson plans already on IAD, too - Give us some feedback on what you still need then.

AND --- DO IT NOW! Check out ArtsEdNet. There are some GREAT unit plans on ArtsEdNet: (I will post soome myself after bit --- too much mail to read right now.)


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  To: ArtsEdNet Talk
  Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2003 7:20 AM
  Subject: Re: curriculum for math and science magnet elementary school

  Hi everyone. After six years of teaching high school art, I've been transferred to teach art (on a cart) at the only elementary school in our district with an art teacher. The school is a math and science magnet school with a demanding principal. I've never felt more unsure of myself. HELP! Don't get me wrong. I'm grateful for the job and looking forward to teaching the little ones grades K-5. Thank you in advance. Eileen in Westchester, NY ---