Thursday, April 17, 2008

Students with disabilities recreate famous works of art

Special-education teacher Betsy Calvert wanted to expose her students with disabilities to things of beauty, but the exercise of having them recreate famous paintings has also given the students a creative way to extend their range of motion, relax their muscles and socialize. "There is something magical about using their fingers as a medium," Calvert said. The Washington Post

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