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Rural Art Supervision and Teachers’ Extension Classes


by Harold Gregg - 1941

Most of the pupils of our rural schools are the children of workers, and will become workers. It is altogether out of place for us to try to develop in them proficiency in the techniques of any of the arts. There are those who will have concern about the children's preparation should these pupils wish to continue art training in the high school. This fear is unnecessary, for if the child has a background of creative training, he can quickly develop proficiency in the finger skills and techniques. Teachers should be more concerned with the children's attitude toward art and their understanding of the interrelation and background of all its forms. The responsibility of the art supervisor is to help teachers set up a program of art that will accomplish this.


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 40, No. 1.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 42 Number 9, 1941, p. 793-800
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 20542, Date Accessed: 8/15/2020 5:13:50 AM

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