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Weaving in the Arts: Widening the Learning Circle Paperback – 9 April 1998

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  • Publisher : Heinemann Educational Books; Annotated edition (9 April 1998)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 211 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0325000328
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0325000329
  • Dimensions : 18.77 x 1.19 x 23.52 cm
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Sharon Blecher has been teaching for more than twenty years at Eastwood School in Oberlin, Ohio. For the last eleven years she has taught in a multiage first- and second-grade classroom with Kathy Jaffee. In 1990, their classroom was named a Center of Excellence for Teaching Children at Risk by the NCTE. In 1994, they were awarded a NCTE Teacher-Researcher Grant to study the ways students are empowered in their literacy learning when the fine arts are woven into the curriculum.

Kathy Jaffee has been teaching for more than twenty years at Eastwood School in Oberlin, Ohio. For the last eleven years she has taught in a multiage first- and second-grade classroom with Sharon Blecher. In 1990, their classroom was named a Center of Excellence for Teaching Children at Risk by the NCTE. In 1994, they were awarded a NCTE Teacher-Researcher Grant to study the ways students are empowered in their literacy learning when the fine arts are woven into the curriculum.

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