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How to consider a child is talented in art?

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Skc (skc203)
Thu, 22 Oct 1998 23:35:03 -0400


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Dear art teachers:

When you evaluate your students=E2=80=99 art works, do you normally give =
the highest grade to those considered talented students?

what standards(or criteria) are you based on when consider a child is =
more talented in art than another?

I appreciate your advice!

Kevin=20

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Dear art teachers:

When you evaluate your students’ art works, do you normally = give the=20 highest grade to those considered talented students?

what standards(or criteria) are you based on when consider a child is = more=20 talented in art than another?

I appreciate your advice!

Kevin

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