Hi Ken and all going to NAEYC, FYI Sax used to exhibit at this convention
and have decided that it is not our market. It is a conference that is
geared to the pre K kiddies. Do you think a lot of art teachers go to this
convention and we should change our mind? I'm curious. Thanks, Judy
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> I'm going too, I am a workshop presenter on Momotypes.
> Ken Schwab, San Jose CA
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I do a similar project each spring - my guess is that once all those D's and F's start showing up on grade sheets the lil' darlings will bend over backwards trying to bring their grades back up. Don't change the rules now or you'll regret it for the next several years. You are thoroughly justified - you gave them the requirements for the assignments and they chose not to fulfill their obligations for this assignment. It's going to be rough on you for awhile, but this is the only way you'll get the respect you deserve. Good luck!
> So, 20 of us are going, 20's grades will probably drop a letter grade. IS
> this normal and what I can expect the rest of my teaching life, or is this
> part of the growing pains of being a new teacher and trying to make this
> into a real art class?