Re: New lists for kids & their teachers... Opinions sought. ]

I haven't been following this thread, but I get the idea you're brainstorming
a descriptive name for 
the new group. It would be good to have a name that readily conveys the target

audience, and makes you want to take a closer look. It's a little long winded,
but how about Teachers 
and Youth Sculpting the Future. I avoided the term "kids" because older
students would think they 
were above the target age group. I think the term "reality" is too "esoteric"
for most people.

Patrick Salsbury <salsbury at sculptors dot com> wrote:
> Emilie said:
> > Okay - I'm brainstorming
> > 
> > 
> > "Stepping into the future"
> > "Future Steps"
> > "One Step Forward"
> > "One Step Beyond"
> > "My Thoughts To Reality"
> > "Steps To Reality"
> > "Steps into the Future"
> > "Making My Thoughts Reality"
> > "Dreams Come True"
> > "Dreams To Reality"
> > "Steps To Reality"
> > "Stepping Into Reality"
> > "Stepping Stones To Reality"
> > "Plans For Reality"
> > "Planning Reality"
>       Some of these liked, and this one I *really* liked, but perhaps
> that's because I'm already so fond of "Sculpting Reality" ;^)
> > "Into Reality"
> > "Encroaching Reality"
> > "Broaching Reality"
> > "Changing Reality"
>       This is another one that's sort of to-the-point and forwardly
> optimistic. 
> > Whoa! I seem to be on a "Reality" Kick.  But that's what "brainstorming"
> > all about. I think it should be about kids realizing that their thoughts
> > count - and that what they think and what they express here, really
> > If you want them to express their ideas, then they should feel that they
> > contributing. And the title should convey that to them. What do you
> > 
> > M:)M
> > 
> > But, of course, I'm thinking about what the "kids" would think, not the
> > teachers.
> > 
> Yeah, these don't really jump out and say "kids" or "teachers" in
> them (which of course means we can use 'em in other parts of the
> Sculptors Project! ;^)  ). I'm still kind of mulling over the ideas. 
> What do other folks think? Feedback is appreciated. 
> What would have (or does) catch *your* eye, as a kid or adult? What
> sorts of things would you have liked to join as a kid, or have your
> kids get involved with?
> Pat
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