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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News ServicesECU art education student Brittany Brisson, left, works with Hun Lim, center, and Sophia Song at the Greenville Korean Language School, held at Immanuel Baptist Church. Brisson and other aspiring art teachers can gain experience by observing art classes taught there by professor Borim Song.
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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News ServicesECU art education student Brittany Brisson, left, works with Hun Lim, center, and Sophia Song at the Greenville Korean Language School, held at Immanuel Baptist Church. Brisson and other aspiring art teachers can gain experience by observing art classes taught there by professor Borim Song.

ECU notes: Training through service

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The art of teaching takes patience, diligence and the ability to multi-task.

Working with a group of 25 children ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade – on a Saturday – takes even more of those talents.


East Carolina University art education professor Dr. Borim Song is helping aspiring teachers hone those skills through a service-learning experience that connects ECU art education students with children at the Greenville Korean Language School.

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