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Which would be a way for a teacher to help students learn about aesthetics
in an appropriate way?

1. creating a sensory-rich enviroment

2. exposing children to convegent ideas

creating a sensory rich enviroment would be the best appropriate way.

Am I correct?

Conventional wisdom indicates so. Often aesthetics requires divergent thinking patterns.

Am I Correct? # 1 ?

Yes. Didn't I state that?

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