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Lesson Plans


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Mon, 08 Nov 1999 14:52:44 -0500

I always thought DBAE was developed by Getty...It was first introduced to me in 1991 through a binded notebook I requested through The Getty Center for Education in the Arts. The following quotes for the Foreward leaves me to believe so....
........"In December of 1987 the Getty Center for Education in the Arts convened an advisory group or nationally recognized art educators and curriculum development experts to discuss......"
..........."The consensus of the advisors was that a suitable example of a discipline-based curriculum in art was not yet available to the field.".......
............"During the past three-and -one-half years a group of dedicated art and museum deucatior along with an artist, art critic, art historian, and aesthetician have labored long and hard to create "Discipline-Based Art Education: A Curriculum Sampler".

I may be wrong.....I have been a few times!
Glenda Moore Sherrill

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