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Davis Art
2014 Catalog
art education curriculum
School Arts Magazine Index
 
Magazine Index
August/September 2006–May/June 2007
Glossary of Department Titles
AEO ArtEd Online
CC ClipCards
EC Editor’s Comments
GC GalleryCards
LL Looking/Learning
MM Museum Musings
MIN Meeting Individual Needs
POV Point of View
T Technology
  Surviving the Art Cart. Aug/Sept., p. 28 (MIN)
Successful Stencil Starts. Jan., p. 14 (MIN)
Totem: A Symbol of Kinship. Mar., p. 16 (MIN)
Up Close and Personal. Feb., p. 16 (MIN)

Middle School Studio Lessons
Art from the Earth. Apr., p. 42
At the Cellular Level. Jan., (CC)
Chihuly Magnets. M/J, p. 44
Finding Art in the Science Room. Mar., p. 28
Gordeous Art. M/J, p. 22
Not Your Ordinary School Pictures. Apr., p. 34
Personality Profiles. Mar., p. 19
Serengheti Silhouettes. Nov., p. 34
Stack ‘em High. Dec., p. 22
Stories from the Storm. Feb., p. 24
The Clay Challenge Continues. Jan., p. 24
Seeing Through Other Eyes. Apr., p. 51
Textile Design for the Real World. M/J, p. 30
Value Techniques. Middle School, Aug/Sept., p. 11
Vibrations in the Soul. Jan., p. 19

Mixed Media
A Semester of Color. Aug/Sept., p. 21
A Timeline Tunnel. Mar., p. 42
Harmonious Triptychs. Dec., p. 36
My House Is a Home. Apr., p. 32

Multicultural and Global Connections
Art from the Earth. Apr., p. 42
Chinese Papercutting Games. Nov., p. 41
Cultural Clues in the Classroom. Nov., p. 40
Opening Doors to Cultural Diversity. Apr., p. 30
Reflecting on China. Nov., p. 24
Serengheti Silhouettes. Nov., p. 34
Teaching Art Abroad. Apr., p. 58
Transcending Cultural Borders. M/J p. 19
Understanding the Art of Islam. Apr., p. 62
We Love Bombay! Nov., p. 19

Museum Musings
Art Partners at the Museum. Nov., p. 6
An Ode to the Slide Projector. Apr., p. 8
Interactive Learning: Sculpture. Oct., p. 16
Seeing Is Believing. Aug/Sept., p. 8.

Painting
American Folk Art Paintings. Jan., p. 38
Diebenkorn in Denton. Nov., p.33
Starting with a Grid. Dec., p. 17
We Love Bombay! Nov., p. 19

Photography
Hockney-Inspired Photocollage. Nov., p. 36
Pictures into Books. Mar., p. 26
Three-dimensional Photo Structures. Dec., p. 24
Transcending Cultural Borders. M/J, p. 19

Point of View
Art and Football. M/J, p. 8 (POV)
Character Education Models of Imperfection. Apr., p. 12 (POV)
Electronic Portfolios in the Choice Curriculum. Oct., p. 12 (POV)
Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Teaching Elementary Art. Dec., p. 6 (POV)

Sculpture, Assemblage, and 3-D Design
Building a Better Environment. Apr., p. 38
Is There a Scribble Stage for Sculpture? Dec., p. 38
Wood Sculpture Characters. Dec., p. 34

Technology
Aesop’s Fables: Telling Tales with Video. Oct., p. 48
But I Only Have One Computer! Oct. p. 35
Contemporary Visual Art Stories. Oct., p. 30
Do You Hate Technology? Oct., p. 49
Digital Sculpture Installations. Oct., p. 28
Electronic Portfolios in the Choice Curriculum. Oct., p. 12
Engaging Art Assessment through Technology. Oct., p. 26
Fractals: A Pattern of Chaos. Oct., p. 43
Interactive Learning: Sculpture. Oct., p. 16
Merging Prehistoric and Contemporary Technology. Oct., p. 32
Of Immigrants and Natives. Oct., p. 4
Podcasting for Art Teachers. Oct., p.36
Projected Identities. Oct., p. 23
Put Me on the Bridge. Oct., p. 50
Technology in Art. Oct., p. 12
The Art Blog. Oct., p. 52
Using Digital Archives as Curriculum Resources. Nov., p. 26
Warhol from Finger Paint to Computer Art. Jan., p. 10

Teaching Theory and Practice
Lessons the Arts Teach. Aug/Sept., p. 46
The Future of Art Education. Oct., p. 8
What Does Daniel Pink Have to Say to Art Educators? Apr., p. 54
What Makes a Teacher Great? Apr., p. 78

Visual Culture
A Visual Culture Approach to Art Education. Feb., p. 36
Body Piercing: Is it an Art Form? M/J, p. 10
Critiquing Visual Culture for the Diverse Artroom. Feb., p. 39
Folk Art Responses to Contemporary Culture. Feb., p. 8
Making Visual Culture for the Diverse Artroom. Feb., p. 38
Reach for the Stars: Artist Role Models for Girls. Mar., p. 12
Right Beneath Your Feet. Feb., p. 44
Selecting Visual Culture for the Diverse Artroom. Feb., p. 37
Visual Culture. Feb., p. 2
Why Teach Visual Culture? Feb., p. 26

Authors
Adams, Linda. Mar., p. 26
Adamson, Kay. M/J, p. 11 (CC)
Amburgy, Patricia M. Feb., p. 39
Anderson, Mark Alan. Oct., p. 23
Arkenberg, Rebecca. Apr., p. 50 (GC), Apr., p. 8 (MM)
Baggett, Paige V. Mar., p. 19
Barsamian, Araxey. Aug/Sept., p. 11
Benter, Doris. Nov., p. 6
Berman, Michele Heide. Mar., p. 41
Blum, Felicia. Nov., p. 32 (GC); Feb., p. 34 (GC)
Bopp, Caryn. Dec. (CC)
Brisco, Nicole. Aug/Sept., p. 11; Oct., p. 6; Feb., p. 40; Mar. (CC); Apr., p. 51; Apr. (CC); M/J (CC)
Brown, Jill Harris. Apr., p. 59
Burchhardt, Robyn. Apr., p. 40
Caiola, Patti. Dec., p. 6
Cameron, Louise. Oct., p. 16
Cassano, Denise M. M/J, p. 30
Cheney, Carol. M/J, p. 8 (POV)
Chiariello, Michael S. Mar., p. 16, (MIN)
Claggett, Cathy. Aug/Sept., p. 26
Clyne-Ruch, Denise. Nov., p. 33
Coggins, Trisha. Aug/Sept. p. 42
Conway, Jeanne. Oct. 32
Corfield, Marie. Apr., p. 60
Coy, Mary. Aug/Sept., p. 11; Nov., p. 34; Dec., p. 22; Jan. p. 22 (CC); Mar., p. 29; Apr., p. 34; Apr. (CC); M/J, p. 22; M/J, p. 11 (CC)
Crawford, Carol. Mar., (CC)
Crow, William. Dec., p. 32 (GC); Apr., p. 45 (LL)
Dalton, Jane. Apr., p. 64
Davis, Tiffanie. Oct., p. 30
Douglas, Katherine. Oct., p. 52
Enderle, Melissa. Apr., p. 58
Fang, Fang. Nov., p. 41
Ferrell, Holly. Aug/Sept. p. 44
Flinn, Jessica. Nov., p.25
Ford, Denise. Oct. 32
Furniss, Gillian J. M/J, p. 6 (MIN)
Gaw, Clyde. Oct., p. 12
Gomez, Aurelia. Feb., p. 8
Grafe, Christine. M/J, p. 44
Graham, Robert. M/J, p. 19
Hammer, Elizabeth. Mar., p. 36 (GC)
Haplin-Healy, Carolyn. Jan., p. 36 (GC)
Hathaway, Nan. Dec., p. 38
Henn, Cynthia A. Mar., p. 22
Hermus, Cindy. Apr., p. 55
Hinshaw, Craig. Dec. (CC); Dec., p. 33; Jan., (CC); Mar., (CC); Apr., p. 41
Hobbs, Janice. Mar., p. 28
Hodge, Stephanie. Feb., p. 42
Hollingsworth, Jeryl. Oct., p. 50
Horst, Carol. Dec., p. 36; Jan., p. 28
Hubbert. Beth. Aug/Sept. p. 32; Dec., p. 34; Apr., p. 56
Hulse, Grace. Apr., p. 32
Huntington, Patricia. Apr., p. 42
Jacobusse, Julie. Aug/Sept, p. 33
Jaffe, Deborah. Mar., p. 36 (GC)
Jaworski, Joy. M/J, p. 19
Johnson, Ann. Feb., p. 27
Kader, Themina. Apr., p. 62
Kegel, Susan. Nov., p. 38
Keifer-Boyd, Karen. Oct., p. 8; Oct., p. 49; Feb., p. 38
Kirker, Sara Schickle. Aug/Sept. p. 41; Jan., p. 26
Klopack, Ken. Aug/Sept. p. 30
Knight, Wanda B., Karen Keifer-Boyd, and Patricia M. Amburgy. Feb., p. 36
Knight, Wanda B. Feb., p. 37
Kramer, Stephanie A. Mar., p. 39
Lang, April Hulse. Jan., p. 38
Lehman, Linda. Mar., p. 26
Levy, Evan. Feb., p. 34 (GC); Mar., p. 36 (GC); M/J, p. 35 (LL)
Lincoln, Kim. Apr. (CC)
Little, Sara. Aug/Sept. p. 42
Lohr, Tresa Rae. Dec., p. 21
Lord, Lynda. M/J, p. 42
Lott, Debra. Dec., p. 17; Jan., p. 22; M/J, p. 26
Main, Marisa Jones. Oct.; Aug/Sept., p. 28; Jan., p. 1; Feb., p. 16
Mehta, Shital. Nov., p. 19
Miller, Marce. Jan., p. 10
Morton, Stephie. Mar., p. 44
Murphy, Kris. M/J, p. 19
Music, Andrea. Dec. (CC)
Natale, Naomi. M/J, p. 41
Nicklas, Jennifer. Nov., p. 10; Dec. (CC)
Noey, Christopher. Dec., p. 32 (GC)
Norris, Michael, Nov., p. 27 (LL); Dec., p. 32 (GC); Jan., p. 36 (GC); Apr., p. 50 (GC)
Olejarz, Harold. Oct., p. 48
Palos, Jose M. Mar., p. 24
Passmore, Kaye. Aug/Sept. p. 4; Feb., p. 26, Apr., p. 27; Apr., p. 54
Paul, Stella. Dec., p. 27 (LL); Jan., p. 36 (GC); M/J, p. 40 (GC)
Petrovich-Cheney, Laura. Mar., p. 40
Rabinovitch, Andrea. Aug/Sept., p. 21
Riccardi, Lianna. Feb., p. 21
Roland, Craig. Aug/Sept. p. 34 (AEO); Oct., p. 8; Oct., p. 36 (AEO); Nov., p. 26; Dec., p. 26; Jan., p. 30; Feb., p. 28; Mar., p. 30 (AEO); Apr., p. 44 (AEO); M/J, p. 34 (AEO)
Rosania, MaryJo. Nov., p. 22
Russo, Teresa. Nov., p. 32 (GC); Apr., p. 50 (GC)
Santillo, Sharon. Nov., p. 24
Savage, Martha. Aug/Sept., p. 8
Schmidt, Renata Otsuka. Mar., p. 42
Schwartz, Alice. Aug/Sept. p. 35 (LL); Nov., p. 32 (GC); Mar., p. 31 (LL)
Sherwood, Catherine. Oct., p. 28
Silva, Amy. Mar., p. 36 (GC)
Skophammer, Karen. Oct., p. 6 (CC)
Sleckman, Eileen. Jan., p. 42
Smoczynski, Carol. Feb., p. 24
Sproll, Paul. Oct., p. 46
Stephens, Pam. Aug/Sept., p. 10; Oct., p. 12; Jan., p. 37; Apr., p. 36; Apr., p. 55
Stephens, Shannon Sweney. M/J (CC)
Stevens, Lori. Aug/Sept., p. 24.
Stokrocki, Mary. Dec., p. 40
Stone, Julie. M/J, p. 24
Sullivan, Kevin. Apr., p. 12 POV
Talley, Carolyn and Clarence. Feb., p. 35
Tebbetts, Carolann. Apr. p. 10 (MIN)
Tedesco, Laura. Dec., p. 32 GC; Feb., p. 34 (GC)
Tejada, Rosa. M/J, p. 40 (GC)
Thompson, Nancy. M/J, p. 40 (GC)
Vanderbilt, Roxanne. Nov., p. 32 (GC); Feb., p. 34 (GC)
Varga, Susan. Oct., p. 6 (CC)
Vidmar, Lou-Ann. Apr., p. 30
Vieth, Ken. Dec., p. 24; Jan., p. 40; Apr., p. 38; Apr., p. 78; M/J, p. 10
Wagner, Tom. M/J, p. 32
Walkup, Nancy. Aug/Sept. (CC); Oct., p. 4 (EC); Oct. (CC); Nov., p. 4 (EC); Dec., p. 4 (EC); Jan., (CC); Jan., p. 37; Feb., p. 44; Mar., p. 4 (EC); Mar., p. 12; Mar., p. 37; Apr., p. 4 (EC); Apr., (CC); M/J, p. 4 (EC)
Warwick, Sharon. Oct. p. 34; Oct., p. 35
Weaver, Victoria. Aug/Sept. p. 42
Welch, John S. Jan., p. 36 (GC); Apr., p. 50 (GC); M/J, p. 40 (GC)
Wenger, Gina. Nov., p. 36
White, Heather. Oct., p. 26; M/J, p. 28
Wiedeman, Elisa. Oct., p. 43; Nov., p. 40
Wolff, Joshua. Jan. (CC)
Advocacy
A Colorful Opening. Aug/Sept., p. 26.
A Teaching Mantra. Nov., p. 10
Another Rockin’ Artroom. Aug/Sept., p. 29
Are the Arts Important in Education? Aug/Sept., p. 10
Celebrating Student Artwork through National Publication. Jan., p. 40
Foundations. Aug/Sept., p. 4
Guerilla Girls: Art for the Social Conscience. Apr., p. 36
Lessons the Arts Teach. Aug/Sept., p. 46
The Arts at the Center: Reform at Hope High School. Oct., p. 46
The Cradle Project. M/J, p. 41

Art Criticism and Appreciation
Open to Interpretation. Jan., p. 4 (EC)
The Art and Science of Aerial Perspective. Nov., p. 38
The Scientific Method and Art Criticism. Jan., p. 37

ArtEd Online
Artist Trading Cards. Aug/Sept., p. 34 (AEO)
New Web Tools You Can Use. Apr., p. 44 (AEO)
Open Your Classroom to the World. Dec., p. 26 (AEO)
Online Resources for Interpreting Art. Jan., p. 30 (AEO)
Online Guide to the New York City Art Scene. Mar., p. 30 (AEO)
Podcasting for Art Teachers. Oct., p. 36 (AEO)
Try Open Source Software. M/J, p. 34 (AEO)
Using Digital Archives as Classroom Resources. Nov., p. 26 (AEO)
Visual Culture Resources on the Web. Feb., p. 28 (AEO)

Art History/Fine Art
A Timeline of Art Materials. Oct., p. 34
Death of the Historic Buddha. Jan., p. 31 (LL)
Diana and Actaeon. M/J, p. 35 (LL)
Large Interior, Los Angeles. Apr., p. 45 (LL)
Olowe of Ise. Feb., p. 29 (LL)
Tableau with Large Red Plane, Blue, Black, Light Green and Greyish Blue, 1921. Dec., p. 27 (LL)
The Burghers of Calais. Oct., p. 37 (LL)
The Heart of the Andes. Mar., p. 31 (LL)
The Unicorn Is Found. Nov., p. 27 (LL)
Washington Crossing the Delaware. Aug/Sept., p. 35 (LL)

Clay/Ceramics
Crazy Patchwork Clay Bowl. Mar., p. 28
Fish Stories. Apr., p. 41
Imprinted Clay Coil Vessels. Dec., p. 21
Organic Clay Cities. Dec., p. 40
Stack ‘em High. Dec., p. 22
The Clay Challenge Continues. Jan., p. 24

Classroom Management
It’s Time for Art Club. Apr., p. 56
Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Teaching Elementary Art. Dec., p. 6 (POV)
Tips for Starting an Artist in Residence Program. Apr., p. 40

ClipCards
Abstracted Value. Middle School, M/J, p. 11 (CC)
Aluminum Foil Monoprints. Elementary, Dec., p. 11 (CC)
At the Cellular Level. Middle School, Jan., p. 7 (CC)
Butterfly Mask. Early Childhood, Apr., p. 5 (CC)
Cityscape Collage. Early Childhood, Feb., p. 5 (CC)
Clay Vacation Postcards. Elementary, Feb., p. 5 (CC)
Cubist Self-Portraits. High School, Mar., p. 7 (CC)
Culture Collage Box. Middle School, Nov., p. 11 (CC)
Creating Abstract Communities. High School, Jan., p. 7 (CC)
Dried Weed Plaque. Early Childhood, Mar., p. 7 (CC)
Dinosaur Bones. Elementary, Dec., p. 11 (CC)
Dine’s Tools. High School, Aug/Sept., p. 11 (CC)
Fantasy Robots. Middle School, Oct., p. 5 (CC)
Flowery Patterns. Early Childhood, Jan., p. 7 (CC)
Got the Time? Middle School, Apr., p. 5 (CC)
It’s Always Time for Art. Middle School, Feb., p. 5 (CC)
It’s the Tooth Fairy! Early Childhood, Nov., p. 11 (CC)
Java Palm Frond Mask. Middle School, Mar., p. 7 (CC)
Let There Be Dragons. Elementary, Nov., p. 11 (CC)
Life-Size Scarecrows. Elementary, Mar., p. 7 (CC)
Matisse Collages. Elementary, Aug/Sept., p. 11 (CC)
Message in a Mosaic. High School, Feb., p. 5 (CC)
Miró Collage. Elementary, M/J, p. 11 (CC)
Owl Moon. Early Childhood, Aug/Sept., p. 11 (CC)
Painting with Light. Middle School, Oct., p. 5 (CC)
Papier-Mâché Chimps. Elementary, Jan., p. 7 (CC)
Pink Poodle. Early Childhood, M/J, p. 11 (CC)
Popcorn Designs. High School, Apr., p. 5 (CC)
Process Color Still Lifes. High School, Oct., p. 5 (CC)
Raggedy Ann and Andy. Early Childhood, Oct., p. 5 (CC)
Room with an Incongruous View. High School, Dec., p. 11 (CC)
Sharing Memories Through Art. Elementary, Apr., p. 5 (CC)
Spirit Animals. High School, Nov., p. 11 (CC)
Transparent Designs. High School, M/J, p. 11 (CC)
Value Techniques. Middle School, Aug/Sept., p. 11 (CC)
Wearable History. Middle School, Dec., p. 11 (CC)

Collage/Cut Paper
Not Your Ordinary School Pictures. Apr., p. 34
Personality Profiles. Mar., p. 19
Seeing Through Other Eyes. Apr., p. 51

Contemporary Art
Art:21, Artists Speak: Fred Wilson. Aug/Sept., p. 14; Matthew Richie. Oct., p. 20; Elizabeth Murray. Nov., p. 8; Ida Applebroog. Dec., p. 14; Josiah McElheny. Jan., p. 12; Roni Horn. Feb., p. 14; Richard Tuttle. Mar., p. 14; Walton Ford. Apr.,
p. 14; Mike Kelley. M/J, p. 16

Crafts
My House Is a Home. Apr., p. 32
Piecing Together Amish Quilts. Aug/Sept., p. 42
The Art of Puppetry. Apr., p. 64

Drawing
Artist Trading Cards. Aug/Sept., p. 33
Many Ways to Make a Line. Aug/Sept., p. 44
Moving Pictures. Mar., p. 37
New Perspectives on an Old Approach. Nov., p. 22
Quill Challenge. Aug/Sept., p. 24
Textile Design for the Real World. M/J, p. 30
The Art of Running. Apr., p. 59
There I Am Over There. Aug/Sept., p. 30

Early Childhood Studio Lessons
Basic Shape Quilts. Aug/Sept., p. 32
Fish Stories. Apr., p. 41
Flowery Patterns. Jan., CC
In the Chicken Coop. Dec., p. 33
Lines, Lines, and More Lines. Aug/Sept. p. 41
Monet’s Reflections. Mar., p. 40
Put Me on the Bridge. Oct., p. 50
Right Beneath Your Feet. Feb., p. 44
Stormy Skies. Jan., p. 42
Texture Fish. M/J, p. 24

Elementary Studio Lessons
American Folk Art Paintings. Jan., p. 38
Architectural Adventures in Your Community. Mar., p. 22
A Rose for Rosa. Feb., p. 35
Building a Better Environment. Apr., p. 38
Capturing Movement. M/J, p. 42
Friendship Fence. Feb., p. 27
Getting Started with Glass. M/J, p. 28
Haring’s Heroes. Jan., p. 26
Haring Inspired Designs. Apr., p. 60
Pictures into Books. Mar., p. 26
Moving Pictures. Mar., p. 37
My House Is a Home. Apr., p. 32
Surprising Resists. Mar., p. 44

Environment and Nature
Autumn Is Upon Us! Nov., p.25
Finding Art in the Science Room. Mar., p. 28
Gordeous Art. M/J, p. 22

Gallery Cards
A Woman Seated Beside a Vase of Flowers. Jan., p. 36 (GC)
Centennial Vase. Feb., p. 34 (GC)
Cuxa Cloister. Dec., p. 32 (GC)
Cypresses. Aug/Sept., p. 40 (GC)
Details of the Burghers of Calais. Oct., p. 42 (GC)
Double Whistle Bird Form. Apr., p. 50 (GC)
Eight-Planked Bridge (Yatsuhashi). Feb., p. 34 (GC)
Feline Head Bottle. Mar., p. 36 (GC)
Grave stele of a little girl. Aug/Sept., p. 40 (GC)
Hatshepsut Offers Maat to Amun. M/J, p. 39 (GC)
Homage to the Square: With Rays. M/J, p. 39 (GC)
King and Eunuch Attendant. Dec., p. 32 (GC)
Library Table. Nov., p. 32 (GC)
Lucas. Apr., p. 50 (GC)
Mask. Mar., p. 36 (GC)
Panel: Stiding Lion. Nov., p. 32 (GC)
Page from an Illuminated Gospel. Feb., p. 34 (GC)
Page from a Qur’an. Nov., p. 32 (GC)
Pair of Ancestor Figures. Nov., p. 32 (GC)
Philip Stanhope Worsley. Jan., p. 36 (GC)
Plaque with the Journey to Emmaus and the Noli Me Tangere. Apr., p. 50 (GC)
Red, White, and Blue. Aug/Sept., p. 40 (GC)
Report from Rockport. Feb., p. 34 (GC)
Saint Roch. Jan., p. 36 (GC)
Shahnama (The Book of Kings) of Shah Tahmasp. Dec., p. 32 (GC)
Shiva as Lord of the Dance (Nataraja). Mar., p. 36 (GC)
Section From the “Book of the Dead” of Nany. Apr., p. 50 (GC)
The Figure 5 in Gold. Mar. p. 36 (GC)
The Kangxi Emperor’s Southern Tour, Scroll Three: Ji’nan to Mount Tai. Aug/Sept., p. 40 (GC)
The Marriage Feast at Cana. M/J, p. 39 (GC)
The Penitent Magdalen. M/J, p. 39 (GC)
Untitled. Dec., p. 32 (GC)
Winter Pool. Jan., p. 36 (GC)

High School Studio Lessons
Autorretratos en la Clase de Español. Mar., p. 24
Ballpoint Pen Composites. Feb., p. 21
Hardly Hardware. Jan., p. 22
Hot Off the Press. Feb., p. 40
Identities in Flux. M/J, p. 32
Maps of Our Lives. Mar., p. 39
Opening Doors to Cultural Diversity. Apr., p. 30
Projected Identities. Oct., p. 23
Snapple Real Facts Watercolors. Feb., p. 42
Starting with a Grid. Dec., p. 17
Three-dimensional Photo Structures. Dec., p. 24
Transcending Cultural Borders. M/J, p. 19
Using Silhouettes Expressively. Jan., p. 28
Wild Beasts of Still Life. M/J, p. 26

Interdisciplinary Connections
Autorretratos en la Clase de Español. Mar., p. 24
Finding Art in the Science Room. Mar., p. 28
Fractals: A Pattern of Chaos. Oct., p. 43
Making Art Connections with Graphic Organizers. Apr., p. 55

Meeting Individual Needs
Cooperative Art Education. Apr., p. 10 (MIN)
Practical Considerations for Teaching Autistic Students. M/J, p. 6
 
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