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> Hi Melissa, and others who specialize in adapted art teaching --
> A 1st grade student's aide asked me a question today that I couldn't answer
> -- thought I'd check with my knowledgeable net-buddies. The student always
> draws the same symbol for the subject in her drawings -- two circles, two
> legs and a face -- no matter if it's a picture of a person or an animal.
> The aide was looking for suggestions to steer this girl toward developing a
> more mature or varied drawing response. Is it possible (or desirable) to
> teach children with disabilities how to draw "properly"?
> Thanks for any insight you can give me!
> Liz in rural NY
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