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Art criticism and DBAE

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arregui (arregui.pe)
Wed, 28 May 1997 16:43:59 -0400 (EDT)


I am having a bit of a problem convincing fellow novice art teachers at
school that examining works of art with our elementary students can be
creative and exciting. Although the curriculum we have programmed together
suggests activities in art criticism I think the teachers have very little
background in ways to do so, and they fear that these methods are always too
formal for the students -and them- to enjoy. (Of course, I too feel like a
novice).

I know there=B4s been a lot of discussion on-line about this subject, and I
was wondering what readings or approaches you have heard about that would be
appropriate to share with these teachers. I really feel it=B4s important to
help them broaden their horizons and keep them excited about learning and
teaching.=20

Thanks in advance for any advice.

Massiel Arregui=20


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