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PARKERSBURG - Nanette Seligman is pleased with the assistance she received in her hometown of Parkersburg last week.
Seligman, an art teacher at Elkins High School, was coordinator of the West Virginia Art Education Asssociation's state conference held Oct. 17-18 at the Parkersburg Art Center.
Seligman is a graduate of Parkersburg High School and taught art at PHS before leaving for the Randolph County job.
said the art center was an ideal place to hold the conference.
is grateful for the help she
received for the conference from the art center and Crafts 2000, the city of Parkersburg and the American Red Cross
in providing parking for the attendees, and the Greater Parkersburg Visitors and Convention Bureau and the Wood County Commission
for securing a grant to buy art supplies.
A major topic of the association's conference was the adoption of new National Core Arts Standards, Seligman
The new core national standards have 15 standards paired with Enduring Understandings by grade levels, Seligman
They are web-based and include parallel formatting across all arts disciplines, she
The Visual Arts Center in downtown Huntington is a six-story mecca for creative needs, including animation, new media, textiles, drawing, painting, foundation studies and more, Seligman
There were many hands-on classes where ideas and techniques were shared, Seligman
Lesson plans were provided.
offered a brief introduction to state Department of Education eLearning graduate courses.
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Nanette Seligman, Parkersburg High School, Parkersburg
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His sister, Nanette Seligman, a teacher at PHS, brought back an Olympic flag that is flying at the high school.
NewsandSentinel.com: Program allows students to travel abroad - - The Parkersburg News & Sentinel
Students from Parkersburg, Parkersburg South, Williamstown, Ritchie County, Warren and other area high schools will be traveling to Australia, said Nanette Seligman, primary delegate leader for the area.
'This is a very exciting program being introduced to our area.The students have academic standards, are involved in their community and have out-going social skills.I know they will represent our area well,' said Seligman of Parkersburg.
said many of the 35 area students that are scheduled to travel have never been overseas.
'They're very excited.Their excitement is contagious,' she
said. 'They're all getting their first passports.'She
said the program is structured.
They have to be able to talk and represent their home,' Seligman
said.The students will have assignments to complete in the time before the trip.They will need to learn about Australia and the town in which they live so they can answer a variety of questions.The trip can be used as high school or college credit.
'It's not a free trip.The kids will be doing fund raising throughout the next several months,' Seligman
said the experience should be memorable for the students.
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Nanette SeligmanParkersburg High School