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Re: VTS

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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Sat, 16 May 2099 19:25:37 -0400


Boy, I was afraid I was the only one who didn't know what VTS was and I
don't have the knowledge or time to access the archives. Looking forward to
your response. Linda K. in Iowa
-----Original Message-----
From: gregjuli <gregjuli>
To: Brie29 <Brie29>
Cc: colmans1 <colmans1>;
owner-artsednet.edu <owner-artsednet.edu>;
artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Sunday, May 16, 1999 12:36 PM
Subject: Re: VTS

>Ok , I must of missed something some where. What in the heck is ?
>VTS?
>MaryB
>
>Brie29 wrote:
>
>> I am so glad that people are talking about this. In Minneapolis the Fine
Arts
>> Department is really pushing VTS because of the "research" that students
>> using VTS have much higher math and reading scores than students in a
>> traditional elementary art program. Is anyone aware of the actual written
>> component of this research? When I have asked I haven't gotten straight
>> answers. Also I agress that the trainers are a little strange. The
presenters
>> here have this very dogmatic approach to things and seem to convey that
the
>> developer of this is soooooo wonderful and incredible. It's a little hard
to
>> stomach. Gabrielle in Minneapolis/St. Paul
>
>


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