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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


January 11, 2003 - Issue 78


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Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources

Our special thanks to "Surfing the Net with Kids"

Cool Links Penguin


Art Education involves much more than drawing. Learn all about art and find teaching resources at these sites.

K-12 arts education materials for visual arts, dance, music and drama/ theater are provided through the Arts Resources for Teachers and Students (A.R.T.S.), a dynamic, web-based resource designed for use by teachers, students and their parents.

Arts Connected
A cooperative project of the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Walker Art Center. An amazingly useful site says Faith Clover, U of Minnesota. Students can use all of what is here:

Arts Edge
From the Kennedy Center, is one of the best sites for teachers. Here are:
Curricula, Lessons and Activities
Curriculum Weblinks
Get Published, and
Idea Exchange

Arts Ed Net
From the Getty Museum Education Department, the site is for K-12 teachers. The site is not current, but what is there is exceptionally well written. with new links and other material added regularly. It has a very extensive list of links to museums and art history resources.

Art Lex
An art dictionary with 3,000+ terms along with "thousands of images, pronunciation notes, great quotations and links to other resources on the Web." By Michael Delahunt, Arizona (High School Art Teacher).

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Students And Teachers Against Racism announces their new website that offers insight into the Native American perspective to teachers and educators.

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