I'd like to join your group of e-mail mentors. I teach K-5 art in
Washington State. I"ve been certified for two years and taught art in a
Montessori school for 10 years before that. Two quite different teaching
experiences, to be sure!
Gig Harbor, WA
>From: lia johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Reply-To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
>To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
>Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] a request for teacher email
>Date: Sun, 1 May 2005 13:03:21 -0500
>Thanks...Breanne! I added you to my list and could still use a few
>more folks. Just for the record. I believe we all have things to
>contribute to each other. I really don't believe in experts.
>Experience is wonderful...and valuable...but it also can be limiting.
> Sometimes...those of us more experienced can leave doors unopened
>because in the past these didn't work, or be unwilling to try new ways
>etc. Even at our best we can forget how it was when we started
>out....and for many of us...things have changed since we started out.
>On the other hand we have a bigger warehouse of experiences to draw
>from. Often I think I learn more from my students than they learn
>from me. Oh...yes! All levels of practictioners are welcome. It is
>what I think makes for rich learning. lia
>On 5/1/05, BSoviero@aol.com <BSoviero@aol.com> wrote:
> > Lia-
> > I would be interested in e-mail mentoring if you still need more
> > participants. I am 25 - I have been teaching for 3 years, K-5 in
> > on Long Island. I have approximately 520 students. I am fairly
new - but
> > that could be just as meaningful to one of your students as
> > be. Good luck. :)
> > Breanne
> > K-5 Long Island ---
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