RE: [art_education] Re: Students with disabilities?
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Subject: [art_education] Re: Students with disabilities?
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Hit the "edit membership" button at the top of the screen.
Sorry to bust on you, but this comes up at least twice a year.
--- In art_education@ yahoogroups. com, "Andrucyk, Inez" <andrucyki@. ..> wrote:
>this site anymore. I am too busy working to read all of this materrial.
> Please stop sending me all these emails. I do not want to be a part of
>[art_education@ yahoogroups. com] On Behalf Of Kathleen Maledon [kmaledon@.. .]
> Thank you
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> Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 11:52 PMteachers to see where the strengths and
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> Subject: Re: [art_education] Students with disabilities?
> I taught in art an inclusive classroom and had conferences with the
>the same project. For instance, with the brdhouse,
> challenges were and worked toward the strengths. The kids don't have to do
> the kid could paint an already built one or use markers and then useglitter glue. Figure out what you, the kid and the parent want from the experience
> and go with that. you won't go wrong. k
> On Mar 30, 2010, at 4:37 PM, Wanda wrote:
> Could some of you share how much you help you give students with sever
> disabilities? Our school has an inclusion police so I have special
> education students, some severly disabled with no aide, grouped with the
> rest of the population of students. I have as many as four self
> contained students in one class a long with 10-15 regular and advanced
> students. I probably assist them too much but I want them to feel
> successful. For instance art 1 students are working with clay making
> boxes, birehouses or teapots, I built one students box completely, she
> has downs syndrome and can hardly hold a pencil, she will add all the
> details to the outside and cut out the top to form a lid. Any thoughts
> on this? Wanda