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Re: this discussion on art teaching--long post Jeannie in PA

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Rick (rlarson)
Tue, 02 Nov 1999 21:20:23 -0500

I Still like the ARTWORKS series the best. Just today I pulled out the O'keefe
visual on the Ranchos Church, Taos, and Eye dazzler Navajo blanket- Tis the

Dianna wrote:

> I like the Adventures in Art series by Davis Publications. It is DBAE style
> and has National Standards. They have a web site.
> Good luck,
> Diannabanana
> > << I can't find any DBAE textbooks out there. If there are textbooks, I
> > haven't located them. I spent Saturday afternoon in the college library
> > without success. I browse the websites, read the emails, attempt small
> > changes. But I feel like a dinosaur--doomed to extinction unless I
> > adapt. I am trying! Any advice?
> >
> > Jeannie in PA in elem art
> > >>
> > Getty has a sample curriculum book that I find useful. But mostly you have
> > you pick out the elements from art works and build lessons around them.
> > I have some grade level relevant artists if you would like them.
> > Artie
> >