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Re: postcards and how I use them

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R.E.William Loring (bcloring)
Sun, 4 Oct 1998 09:08:04 -0700

great the same vein, we in washington state are working on
essentail learnings...state mandated goals that strengthen academic
standards. In response to this (goal one is writing across the curriculum) i
have my studio students react to a quote every week...the quote is usually
tied to the print of the week, by the artist of the goal this
year was to work on not only literacy with my classes, but visual literacy.
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From: Heidi McElroy <hmcelroy>
To: <>
Date: Sunday, October 04, 1998 6:14 AM
Subject: postcards and how I use them

>Greetings...I collect postcards of art work whenever I can. In my art
>history class, my students select a postcard every day and write a response
>to it. This enables them to see 180 works in addition to their curriculum.
> Once or twice a year I put postcards out for my studio art
>students...just so they can see a variety of works of art. I don't ask
>anything of them but to look and read the facts. It is like visiting a
>museum in the classroom. Heidi McElroy