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[school-discuss] Re: [IIEP] Social software, FLOSS & organisational transformatio n
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- Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 13:48:30 -0700
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Teachers changing the way they teach in order for e-learning to
succeed? Wow! I would like to ask for advice: I teach 8th grade Art.
My personal bias is to structure classes and homework oriented around
the students actually doing art. I want them to paint, draw sketches
every day, get their hands dirty with charcoal and clay and oil paint.
How must I re-structure my teaching such that e-learning modules related
to Art will succeed? Is this possible? Would e-art be a good thing or a
bad thing? Do we really want just a digital world?