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> From: Christine Colera[SMTP:cmcolera]
> Sent: Sunday, October 10, 1999 3:06 PM
> To: artsednet.edu
> Subject: literacy and art education
> I am a new subscriber and a first semester student teacher in San
> Diego. I am taking a reading methods class and have to write an
> I-Search paper. I have a question that I could use some personal
> reflections and examples for. Here is my question -
> In the art classroom, do teachers find it more effective to have
> students formally write their brainstormings, possible assignment
> directions, intentions and personal critiques? Do these written
> descriptions and analysis help the students to perform better, create
> more thoughtful works or can it inhibit other important creativity?
> Does this format work good for all students and should it be exercised
> in every assignment or is it something to only be used selectively?
> Please if you have any suggestions or other book, journal, etc.
> references, it would be grand. I can't wait to become an active
> member. Thanks.
> Sincerely Tina
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