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Camille Dempsey
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  • Erie, PA
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Doug Parker and Camille Dempsey are now friends
Mar 10, 2011
Doug Parker left a comment for Camille Dempsey
"Hi Camille,Thank you for sharing your link.  I took a look at the Art Education 2.0 and it looks to have a variety of useful resources.  My membership is pending approval.  Thanks again."
Mar 10, 2011
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Mar 9, 2011
Camille Dempsey commented on Doug Parker's group ART Connection
"If you haven't seen it, this is a great networking site for arts educators: http://arted20.ning.com/"
Mar 9, 2011
Camille Dempsey joined Doug Parker's group
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ART Connection

I plan to upload interesting art related content as I find it and let the group evolve as its members see fit. "Creativity is a natural extension of our enthusiasm"See More
Mar 9, 2011

Background

Ed. Tech Consultant doing professional development work with teachers in northwest and southwest Pennsylvania: http://camilledempsey.wikispaces.com/


Doctoral candidate in the Leadership & Instructional Technology program at Duquesne University

 

ArtsEducator2.0 Project Consultant/Facilitator, http://artseducator20.wikispaces.com/

Research interests include the Arts and Instructional Technology as well as Aesthetic Education/Aesthetics in Interactive Technology Environments

Former Professor, middle/high school art educator in Redding (Connecticut), Erie (Pennsylvania) and New York City

 

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At 1:33am on March 10, 2011, Doug Parker said…
Hi Camille,
Thank you for sharing your link.  I took a look at the Art Education 2.0 and it looks to have a variety of useful resources.  My membership is pending approval.  Thanks again.
 
 
 

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