Chaircards week 7 (Elizabeth Leonard)

I know I have published Elizabeth’s work previously, this semester but I am struck by the consistency of some students to do their best work.  This is not the work of a student that is doing their homework while others are presenting a critique.  The attention to detail continues on the reverse with the information lettered neatly and organized so she can return to these cards in the future.

Another interesting point that I have notice with the people that spend more time on their cards is the orientation.  Each card is organized along the same plane.  As you scan through their cards they all read the same direction.  There is no need in these decks to turn the cards as you study.  It will aid in framing or binding these later.

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