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Re: [teacherartexchange] Touching up Elementary Projects??

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From: chris massingill (chris_massingill_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Oct 25 2006 - 04:40:17 PDT


Woody,

I agree about writing/drawing on their work. When I
was in college I took a figure drawing class where the
professor would come around and make a mini drawing of
what she wanted me to change in the corner of my paper
- it always made me feel like the drawing I was
working on was to her just a disposable sketch. So,
now when I want to show a student something I draw it
on a seperate piece of paper and then throw it away so
they can't copy it.

Chris in Central Arkansas

--- Woody Duncan <woodyduncan@comcast.net> wrote:

>
> On Oct 24, 2006, at 6:00 PM, Julie Jacobusse wrote:
>
> > I have heard about elementary art teachers that
> fix/touch up
> > student projects by having students complete in
> B&W and use the
> > copier to enhance/fix projects. Then give back to
> students to
> > color/paint them later. This was for an art show
> project-but I am
> > not sure how I feel about this...what do all of
> you think? I think
> > the students should learn how to draw/do things
> and that not every
> > projects that students do will be awesome-there
> are special ed
> > students More recently I painted over projects
> that had major
> > mess-ups and the next time they came in asked them
> to fix/touch it
> > up just for the sake of time element-its hard to
> talk them through
> > fix-ups when you have a whole group to keep an eye
> on. Maybe I
> > should have not done that either-but since it is
> elementary-felt it
> > was ok-but middle and high schoolers would get
> upset I am sure.
> > Thanks-Julie Jacobusse from Michigan now in
> georgia :)
>
> I would "never" mark on a students work period, let
> alone fix/touch
> up a students art.
> I have taken students drawings and copied them onto
> various types of
> paper
> (using a copy machine) so they could have multiple
> drawings to paint
> on. But,
> it was completely their work. When I have
> suggestions to make or want to
> demonstrate a technique I use a separate sheet of
> paper.
>
> We had a professional artist do a watercolor
> workshop here in
> Albuquerque.
> His critique method was to paint on students work to
> show how to improve
> the work. I spoke up and said, being an old art
> teacher I personally
> had a
> problem with that. So he only talked about suggested
> changes on mine.
> No one else
> in the workshop seemed to mind his methods. Maybe
> it's just me or my
> background ?
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