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Re: challenged school
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]jendixon
Thu, 01 May 1997 17:46:11 -0400
Thanks so much for your suggestions. I find myself going around a lot
and doing more teaching one table at a time. So much I do is one on one
basis. With so many different skill and cognitive level, the type of
teaching I do is better on a one on one demonstrating instruction. This
is my biggest argument to administrators as they procede to stuff my
classes. Unfortunately I don't have a very good department chair, one
who won't fight for our program. I have an interview for a department
chair at another school, next week. Boy, do I see how NOT to run an art
program. The lessons learned by such challenging situations. I feel I
can teach anywhere after this place. A sad thing for I really love my
students, they deserve better. But politics proceeds on and we must yell
loud and with ample constructive back up to keep the arts going strong.
And yes, I received your message.