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From: covs_dhc@ACCESS-K12.org
Date: Thu Oct 16 2003 - 15:23:27 EDT

  • Next message: estes: "[Channel-talklearning] Reply to Debbie"

    I just wanted to ask Kathy how you use color filters with your special
    education students. I have heard of color therapy and I wasn't sure if
    this was the same thing or not. There is a movement associated with
    Waldorf education called Camphill communities. In these communities
    children and adults with developmental disabilities are provided with
    education and many types of therapies including color therapy. I don't
    know much about it but I am interested. I believe that color has a
    profound effect on people. That's why fast food restaurants are usually
    always red or yellow (it makes you hungry).

    Debbie Cogan

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