Re: very rough... help
jtis4stx at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 9 17:16:50 EST 2009
A little try at rewording:
>> Based upon 40+ years of educational research at Harvard and MIT, Sugar
>> promotes "studio thinking": demonstrations, projects, and critiques;
>> as well as "studio habits of mind": develop craft, engage and persist,
>> envision, express, observe, reflect, stretch and explore, and
>> understand the art world. In the context of Sugar, studio thinking is
>> applied not just to the arts, but to all disciplines.
A slightly different format
Based upon 40+ years of educational research, Sugar promotes
demonstrations, projects, and critiques-"Studio Thinking";
as well as, developing craft, engaging and persisting,
envisioning, expressing, observing, reflecting, stretching and exploring,
and understanding the art world-"Studio Habits of Mind".
In the context of Sugar, studio thinking is
applied not just to the arts, but to all disciplines.
>>At the same time, Sugar is flexible; it works coherently with the wide
>>variety of instructional frameworks, deepening the student's learning
>>experience. Sugar also provides access to internet learning resources.
>>I think a line that expresses that Sugar can be an extension to the Lesson plans they already are
>>using might be a valuable addition from the Teachers point of view.
>>Allowing them to understand that they do not have to rework all their lesson plans but can use Sugar activities
>>as an extension/enhancement or add on to what they are presently doing.
At the same time, Sugar is flexible; it works as an enhancement and extension to a wide variety of instructional
frameworks, deepening and documenting the student's learning experience with the help of Sugar's wonderful Portfolio Tool.
Sugar also provides a rich browsing experience and access to the internet and all the beneficial learning opportunities and
resources it provides.
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