I just want to thank everyone for contributing all the neat and exciting
ways to approach teaching art. It's the information I am interested in...
not whether you can spell or type correctly. You all have given me great
ideas and information....even after teaching for 20 years - there's always
something new. I am very right brained and all my students know that I can't
spell...I try to believe it makes me look more human in their eyes - rather
than not being professional. Does that make sense? Now if I only had more
time in the day to read all your emails!
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2001 3:18 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: spelling and Tmcnorf +
Here - Here, Bunki. Very well said. Our group has such a mix of all
different types and personalities. As an "old timer" - going on 5 years,
this group has been a great resource for me. You have to use the "delete
key" to those who "don't think" before they send. As I tell my high school
students, "Consider the source", and ignore the heartless statements and
people. Life is too short to get all uptight about these people.