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rwilkin
Fri, 12 Nov 1999 15:18:13 +0500


VERY WELL SAID!!!

Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 13:18:21 EST
Subject: Re: (no subject)
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>
From: Artystyc3
Reply-to: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>

I agree with you -Ricki.
If a teacher can't be effective in rendering a "stick figure", or a contour
drawing,
or a sketch with shade and shadow that is fairly realistic,
why try teach something you can't do? How can you model success to the
students? Perhaps you'd do better to co-teach with someone who can, and focus
on your individual strengths- if that's an option. I know I'm not
particularly keen in Art History-I know my way around- but not off the top of
my head. I know I'm not cut out to teach Adv. Placement or Honors Art
History.
Isn't this like a "Creative Writing " teacher that can't write, or a math
teacher who doesn't do math??
How can you inspire without leading the way?
Patti-Artystyc3

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Reatha Wilkins Fine Arts Dept. Carolina Forest Education Center High School Myrtle Beach, SC

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