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Lesson Plans

Curriculum based on artistic process

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Mark Alexander (Alexander)mamjam)
Mon, 27 May 1996 22:28:53 -0500

I got so many great ideas from here following my recent post requesting
information on how to approach the A. P. Art History classes! I'm sorry
that due to my hectic schedule I was only able to thank a few of you
directly. I want all of you whom I didn't get to, to know I appreciated
your generous suggestions and creative ideas. Thank you all so much. I
have had the first interview and with a bit of luck I may get another
interview where your input will come in very handy.

I have another question. I have used basically a DBAE format in my
teaching. This is the method Central Connecticut State University teaches.
However, I am applying for a position which uses an art curriculum based
on the artistic process/artistic decisions. I can't recall the name of it,
but I believe it is fairly well known.

Do any of you who are familiar with it know:
What is the name of this curriculum?
Who wrote and champions it?
Can someone outline of its basic points?
Where I can find out more about it? Is there a web site about it?
How well does it work? I'd like to hear some pros and cons.

I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks, Mark


mamjam(Mark Alexander)