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Re: FYI...


Date: Wed Oct 11 2000 - 15:13:32 PDT

after trying everything.....this is what I found actually works. Sorry to
junk up everyone's e-mail with a suggestion!

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Subject: RE: If you could propose an Ideal Art Program what would it be like?
Date: 11 Oct 2000 17:35:54 -0800
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I teach Art 1-4 together in one class - I split this into 4 9-week sessions. 1st 9 weeks = drawing, 2nd = painting, 3rd=ceramics, 4th=art history research/sculpture. If anyone has any ideas on making this more managable I'd love to hear from them!

> I too am the only teacher at the high school level for art. We have about
> 1300 students and are on BLOCK scheduling. Would love to chat to see how you
> have set up your program and manage multiple level classsrooms.