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  • Renah Bell
    Hi, Maybe I qualify. As a child I was always considered a talented artist, but as I got older my art took a back seat to raising a fmily and caring for a home.
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 11 11:37 PM
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      Hi, Maybe I qualify. As a child I was always considered a talented artist,
      but as I got older my art took a back seat to raising a fmily and caring for
      a home. I was involved in charity work and had no time for art.
      One summer my friend told me about a job for an art councelor in a day camp
      and I took it. In the Fall I accepted a ob as anart teacher ina local midle
      school.At the same time I started to take calligraphy and illumination
      courses, and my new path was set. I have been teaching art now(mostly self
      taught) for 23 years, and have been doing commissionm art work. I've done
      silversmithingand Jewish Marriage Contracts(ketubas). I have some limited
      edition reproductions that I hand color, and have sold many. Now I am
      selling real estate and have limited time, but I'm still teaching art and my
      studio is always at the ready.
      Renah Bell
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      > hello all-
      > awhile back I had asked if anyone has the time, or interest, to do an
      email
      > interview
      > about late blooming artist research for a Teachers College paper (Columbia
      > University, NY)....for an Artistic Development Course....
      >
      > I currently need 3 more late bloomer participants. I also need 6 people
      who
      > were considered artists, and had artistic instruction from a very young
      age
      > (recognized talent in elementary school) ......anyway those interested can
      > email me and I will send you the interview. It is 27 questions, some
      > brief....you would have to copy and paste it into a word processing
      program
      > and then copy it back to email.
      >
      > Thanks for reading, and thanks to those who participate.....
      > -Sincerely,
      > tracy misarko, art teacher
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    • Lynn Pass
      Hi Tracy, I m probably one of the latter people (had teachers asking me to do art projects for them from first grade on!) I always knew art was what I wanted
      Message 2 of 9 , Apr 12 10:20 AM
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        Hi Tracy,
        I'm probably one of the latter people (had teachers asking me to do art projects for them from first grade on!) I always knew art was what I wanted to do. Am now an artist and art teacher at a high school. I'd be happy to do your survey if you still need someone.
        Lynn
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        tpersis wrote:
        >hello all-
        >awhile back I had asked if anyone has the time, or interest, to do an email
        >interview
        >about late blooming artist research for a Teachers College paper (Columbia
        >University, NY)....for an Artistic Development Course....
        >
        >I currently need 3 more late bloomer participants. I also need 6 people who
        >were considered artists, and had artistic instruction from a very young age
        >(recognized talent in elementary school) ......anyway those interested can
        >email me and I will send you the interview. It is 27 questions, some
        >brief....you would have to copy and paste it into a word processing program
        >and then copy it back to email.
        >
        >Thanks for reading, and thanks to those who participate.....
        >-Sincerely,
        >tracy misarko, art teacher
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      • khanobporn wattanasukchai
        Hi I just graduated form BKK, Art education program and looking for a job....in Canada, USA.or Australia..to working with children age 5-6 or more... Are there
        Message 3 of 9 , Apr 13 2:35 AM
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          Hi

          I just graduated form BKK, Art education program and looking for a job....in Canada, USA.or Australia..to working with children age 5-6 or more...

          Are there any suggestion about that?

           



           




           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
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          >From: "Renah Bell"
          >Reply-To: art_education@yahoogroups.com
          >To:
          >Subject: Re: [art_education] art interview
          >Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 02:37:21 -0400
          >
          >Hi, Maybe I qualify. As a child I was always considered a talented artist,
          >but as I got older my art took a back seat to raising a fmily and caring for
          >a home. I was involved in charity work and had no time for art.
          >One summer my friend told me about a job for an art councelor in a day camp
          >and I took it. In the Fall I accepted a ob as anart teacher ina local midle
          >school.At the same time I started to take calligraphy and illumination
          >courses, and my new path was set. I have been teaching art now(mostly self
          >taught) for 23 years, and have been doing commissionm art work. I've done
          >silversmithingand Jewish Marriage Contracts(ketubas). I have some limited
          >edition reproductions that I hand color, and have sold many. Now I am
          >selling real estate and have limited time, but I'm still teaching art and my
          >studio is always at the ready.
          >Renah Bell
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          >Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2002 10:29 PM
          >Subject: [art_education] art interview
          >
          >
          > > hello all-
          > > awhile back I had asked if anyone has the time, or interest, to do an
          >email
          > > interview
          > > about late blooming artist research for a Teachers College paper (Columbia
          > > University, NY)....for an Artistic Development Course....
          > >
          > > I currently need 3 more late bloomer participants. I also need 6 people
          >who
          > > were considered artists, and had artistic instruction from a very young
          >age
          > > (recognized talent in elementary school) ......anyway those interested can
          > > email me and I will send you the interview. It is 27 questions, some
          > > brief....you would have to copy and paste it into a word processing
          >program
          > > and then copy it back to email.
          > >
          > > Thanks for reading, and thanks to those who participate.....
          > > -Sincerely,
          > > tracy misarko, art teacher
          > >
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        • ARTSWIM@aol.com
          recognized artist in elementary...however, I am 48...so I had lessons one summer lessons were not really a thing in the 60 s Becky Thornton
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            recognized artist in elementary...however, I am 48...so I had lessons one summer
            lessons were not really a " thing"  in the 60's
            Becky Thornton
          • Ken Rohrer
            Don t remember if I answered you the first time you asked, but here goes: I always remember adults complimenting me on my art even when I was around 4 years
            Message 5 of 9 , Apr 15 9:07 AM
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              Don't remember if I answered you the first time you
              asked, but here goes:

              I always remember adults complimenting me on my art
              even when I was around 4 years old. I would doodle on
              place mats at restaurants and the waitresses would ask
              if they could keep my drawings. I later had art
              lessons when I entered the middle school at the South
              Bend Art Center. I later took art lessons in high
              school at the Herron School of Art. I would say that
              my talent came before the art lessons.

              Ken Rohrer
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              --- ARTSWIM@... wrote:
              > recognized artist in elementary...however, I am
              > 48...so I had lessons one
              > summer
              > lessons were not really a " thing" in the 60's
              > Becky Thornton
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            • Ken Rohrer
              If you want to teach in the US, you need a teaching license. Contact the states you want to apply (you can find them all online) and fill out the paperwork.
              Message 6 of 9 , Apr 15 9:13 AM
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                If you want to teach in the US, you need a teaching
                license. Contact the states you want to apply (you can
                find them all online) and fill out the paperwork. Most
                of them expect you to complete teacher testing in
                order to be certified. Somtimes they may even require
                you to take an extra class or two if they require
                extra requirements. For instance, in some states, they
                require you to take a history class in the state's
                history.
                Ken
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                <DIV></DIV>>From: "Renah Bell" <RENAH@...>
                <DIV></DIV>>Reply-To: art_education@yahoogroups.com

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                <DIV></DIV>>Subject: Re: [art_education] art
                interview
                <DIV></DIV>>Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 02:37:21 -0400
                <DIV></DIV>>
                <DIV></DIV>>Hi, Maybe I qualify. As a child I was
                always considered a talented artist,
                <DIV></DIV>>but as I got older my art took a back
                seat to raising a fmily and caring for
                <DIV></DIV>>a home. I was involved in charity work
                and had no time for art.
                <DIV></DIV>>One summer my friend told me about a
                job for an art councelor in a day camp
                <DIV></DIV>>and I took it. In the Fall I accepted a
                ob as anart teacher ina local midle
                <DIV></DIV>>school.At the same time I started to
                take calligraphy and illumination
                <DIV></DIV>>courses, and my new path was set. I
                have been teaching art now(mostly self
                <DIV></DIV>>taught) for 23 years, and have been
                doing commissionm art work. I've done
                <DIV></DIV>>silversmithingand Jewish Marriage
                Contracts(ketubas). I have some limited
                <DIV></DIV>>edition reproductions that I hand
                color, and have sold many. Now I am
                <DIV></DIV>>selling real estate and have limited
                time, but I'm still teaching art and my
                <DIV></DIV>>studio is always at the ready.
                <DIV></DIV>>Renah Bell
                <DIV></DIV>>renah@...
                <DIV></DIV>>----- Original Message -----
                <DIV></DIV>>From: <TPERSIS@...>
                <DIV></DIV>>To: <ART_EDUCATION@...>
                <DIV></DIV>>Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2002 10:29 PM

                <DIV></DIV>>Subject: [art_education] art interview
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                <DIV></DIV>>
                <DIV></DIV>> > hello all-
                <DIV></DIV>> > awhile back I had asked if anyone
                has the time, or interest, to do an
                <DIV></DIV>>email
                <DIV></DIV>> > interview
                <DIV></DIV>> > about late blooming artist
                research for a Teachers College paper (Columbia
                <DIV></DIV>> > University, NY)....for an
                Artistic Development Course....
                <DIV></DIV>> >
                <DIV></DIV>> > I currently need 3 more late
                bloomer participants. I also need 6 people
                <DIV></DIV>>who
                <DIV></DIV>> > were considered artists, and had
                artistic instruction from a very young
                <DIV></DIV>>age
                <DIV></DIV>> > (recognized talent in elementary
                school) ......anyway those interested can
                <DIV></DIV>> > email me and I will send you the
                interview. It is 27 questions, some
                <DIV></DIV>> > brief....you would have to copy
                and paste it into a word processing
                <DIV></DIV>>program
                <DIV></DIV>> > and then copy it back to email.
                <DIV></DIV>> >
                <DIV></DIV>> > Thanks for reading, and thanks to
                those who participate.....
                <DIV></DIV>> > -Sincerely,
                <DIV></DIV>> > tracy misarko, art teacher
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              • tpersis@aol.com
                hi this is tracy again I am in the midst of my late blooming artist research.....if ANYONE out there would like to particpate in the interview --please email
                Message 7 of 9 , Apr 22 7:37 PM
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                  hi this is tracy again
                  I am in the midst of my late blooming artist research.....if ANYONE out there
                  would like to particpate in the interview --please email me (tpersis@...)
                  I have currently received two early bloomers and still need 6 late bloomers
                  to reply and 4 early.......jumbled, but hopefully that made sense.....thanks!

                  In a message dated 4/12/02 6:39:50 AM !!!First Boot!!!, renah@...
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                • Ken Rohrer
                  Jessica, Here s one question that s tailored to you getting the job: Ask, Would you object if I tied the state standards from language arts and math into my
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                    Jessica,

                    Here's one question that's tailored to you getting the
                    job:

                    Ask, "Would you object if I tied the state standards
                    from language arts and math into my units?"

                    You may have the principal eating out of your hands.

                    Ken

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                    > Hello everyone!
                    >
                    > Just today, I got my first call for a job interview.
                    > (yay!) I have been looking at the Incredible
                    > Art Dept website for ideas about what the
                    > interviewers will ask me, but I am wondering if
                    > anyone has any suggestions for what I might ask
                    > them, or general suggestions? Any help
                    > would be wonderful! You may also write me off-line,
                    > if that helps any...
                    >
                    > Jessica Kemnitz
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