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Lesson Plans


Reggio Emilia

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Eric Utech (uteche.us)
Tue, 29 Oct 1996 14:20:55 -0600 (CST)


Mary Tapia--
Your ideas about how to provide continuity and assessment
opportunities from one project to the next and still satisfy those parents
looking for "refridgerator art" are great, and very well put. As the art
teachers of my district struggle to rewrite our curriculum, I hope to
incorporate these thoughts.

Mark Alexander--
Thank you for your help on Dia de los Muertos. My students are
very enthusiastic, and looking forward to the next few days....

On another note----
I had big plans to bring Dr. Lella Gandini from Italy to my school
district to present on the Reggio Emilia approach to an integrated art and
academics curriculum. Unfortunately, beurocracy prevailed, and I was
unable to confirm her visit before she made plans to present elsewhere. I
hope to try again in the spring, because I think her ideas will be very
important for our changing schools. I am also disappointed because I will
not be able to use her as a resource in a paper that I'm writing about
art-integrated curriculums. Is there anyone out there who can help me with
ideas for alternative resources?
Thank you very much,
Eric Utech
Westbrook Elementary School


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