Students choosing to work alongside other students with similar interests often elevate each others skills or extend ideas. 3 TEACHER-DELIVERED INDIVIDUAL LESSON The art teacher in a student-centered program is the school's own "artist in residence," with special skills, training and knowledge that combine to produce a sort of human reference resource. Constructing this sort of personal connection between student-generated art and that of the larger world of art can have a high impact. 4 INFORMAL PEER-TO-PEER TEACHING The art room provides opportunities for students to attain specific, sought-after skills. Recognizing what each artist has to offer the community is an important role for the teacher to embrace. 6 CLASSROOM AS ''SILENT LESSON PLAN/TEACHER The classroom can be set up in numerous distinct centers or studios, each appointed with the materials and tools needed to make art Here students can also find related references and resources (books, prints, examples of student work, etc.).
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