Re: [art_education] Meghan
- Hi Meghan,
Congrats on your first year! I hope it's a wonderful
To the answer about the student with a lot of
questions...do you have specific requirements listed
for the projects anywhere? You could always have this
kind of checklist for this student so that he/she can
check his/her own work and then once he/she has gone
through the list, then could ask a question. (Eg.
Did I use two primary colors? Did I make a pattern?
...pertaining to the lesson)
Just an idea...hope it helps!
--- BGSU <mbailin@...> wrote:
> Hi, it's Meghan again. Once again, I am a first yearHeather Paquette
> teacher at a middle school. I have a few
> 1. My district is very small, about 1,000 students.
> They are mostly lower middle class to middle class.
> I am only part time, however, we NEED a full-time
> art teacher as my class sizes are at 30 and above!!
> Our room is incredibly small. I've talked to the
> principal and she tells me there is NO Money. Any
> 2. What do you do w/ the student who asks so many
> questions or constantly needs reassurance? With
> these big class sizes, this can be very
> frusterating. They always want to know, is this
> good? How do I do this? I usually make them show me
> a decent attempt before I help. But I'm exhausted!!
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