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Lesson Plans


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Fri, 02 Oct 1998 22:22:13 -0500

Part of the fun of this list serve (and being an art teacher ) is being able to
digress once in a while. It is a quality of many art teachers I know
(digressing). I find it worthwhile to touch upon the human qualities of our
profession. Maybe you need to stick around for more than 2 weeks to see what I
mean. If not , too bad your missing out on one of the best resources for any art
teacher. We do get into the nitty gritty of the job and sometimes the little
nitty gritties that drive us nuts -like sore feet. Hope you can be patient. You
would of enjoyed the summer talk- heavy philosophical stuff for a vacation time.
Check out the archives.
PS.- As far as the "junk mail" press delete.

lindacharlie wrote:

> JAGarifine wrote:
> >
> > I want to be conversing with a group of colleagues who share the getty goals
> > for improvement of art education so that in the future there would still be
> > art specialists in America's classrooms.
> I agree with Judy 100%. There have been too many messages about other
> things. It takes way too much time to go through all the "junk mail" in
> order to get to substantive art education issues. I've only been
> involved with this list serv for two weeks, but I'm going to drop out if
> this keeps up much longer!!
> Linda Eastman
> Cleveland Elementary
> Livonia MI