mel jacobson on mon 13 mar 06
it is easy for us to want more information about
what happens at nceca. newsletter, etc.
the reason clayart and the clayart room works is that
we do not have committees. we have folks ready to
jump in and work, do things, but we have to just do it
once. stuff that has to be done at home will never get
done. we do what we do at nceca, have a great time and
learn a few things. then we go home. do it again next year.
if we try and organize it into a sub/conference, we all will
lose our joy of doing.
face time with friends with solid important conversations
about our work, your work, pictures and ideas make
the clayart room function. the clayart room is about spontaneous
sharing. take that away and you have `institutional` learning.
`say bob, can i have your thirty page report on interactive
response time on conversations in the clayart room?`
clayart is the best of all worlds. a newsletter every day, a conference
every day, information and common learning, every day.
as it should be...then we get together for a few days and go crazy.
"Luck is prepaid."
Jocelyn McAuley on mon 13 mar 06
mel jacobson wrote:
> `say bob, can i have your thirty page report on interactive
> response time on conversations in the clayart room?`
which reminds me...
I have on my website a round up of information gathered from the Clayart
Room during NCECA 2003. These syllabi have been donated to help those
in need of curriculum ideas.
culinary notebook http://www.BrowniePointsBlog.com
art gallery http://www.LucentArts.com
Veena Raghavan on mon 13 mar 06
How true! It is such a wonderful resource just the way it is.
I am suffering from not-having-been-at-NCECA syndrome! You all had such a
wondeful time. Wish I could have been there too.
In a message dated 3/13/2006 4:43:53 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> clayart is the best of all worlds. a newsletter every day, a conference
> every day, information and common learning, every day.
> as it should be...then we get together for a few days and go crazy.