Saturday, February 26, 2005

Choice-Based Art Work

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Blogger bwomack said...

I can't beleive I am the first comment. I am K-8 art teacher in Satesboro, GA. { close to Savannah }. I do not belong to any of the AEA orgs. So I had no idea that the NEAE was metting in Boston this past weekend. Until! Friday morning when I sat next to an art educator from Augusta,GA on her way to Boston to attend the NEAE conv.I was going to Boston to nurse a sick daughter.
She introduced me to TAB. Told me about the "choice-based" art exhibitat Mass. Art. I GOT TO GO AND SEE IT.
I have fallen in love with the procedure and the final results. I tried it yesterday,Tuesday 3-7-05, when I returned to school from my Boston trip.
IN fact my first graders and kindergarders are actually doing choiced based art work activities TODAY! It is so nice not to have to get out different media as one class level leaves and the next level is walking in. I HAVE NO TIME IN BETWEEN CLASSES. I mean NO TIME.
The different art works I saw at the exhibit was wonderful. I cpold see how students all grade levels took there art work to a next level. My daughter thought some took it a little too far.
I do wonder how you SAVE from one session to the next with limited drying space?
Thanks for a NEW WAY after 20 yeras! I was tired of the old ways.
thank again,
betty

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