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I actually have a lot of fun drawing directly on the cards and trying
to get my icons "right" multiple times.
I think it could be a cool class project to work in teams. You could
have students design their custom keepers and suggested goals, and
one student is responsible for a particular keeper's artwork (kids
tend to focus/obsess on drawing one particular icon over and over
again, so this is actually a good project for that). Or, think of the
fun if the class decides on a set of keepers and goals, and each time
the goal comes up, the icon was drawn by someone else. You would get
everyone's different interpretations of "dog" or "car" or whatever
other keepers you decide on.
- --Stephanie (aka rabbit Mortaine)
On Apr 29, 2006, at 9:21 PM, Carol Townsend wrote:
We've been having a discussion over on the edu-list about dealing w/
blank cards. Here's the salient point from a teacher, about what's
available at school:
"Humility is like Zen; once you think you've got it, it's gone."
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