Gardner's Art Through the Ages (I can't underline or italicize) has an
extensive online site with numerous useful items: student resources and
interactive quizes, links to images and articles, outlines, timelines, art
making related to culture, teacher resources...
Click through to the next page and you'll get to the book resources. To use
the teacher resources-printable tests, etc- just e-mail at the bottom and by
return e-mail you'll get a user name and password. Since I only have a
classroom set, the site is invaluable here because the students can go
online for their text at home.
From: William Norton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 8:52 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: AP Art History Text
I will be part of a textbook study at my school for Art Art History and AP
Art Studio textbook. We have to have a "study" conducted by a committee
with a leader trained to conduct this study to have textbooks funded for
What we need is support for books we would like to have. Any of you
teaching these classes, what textbooks do you use? Why did you choose the
ones you did?
The more documentation we get, the better! My collegue who teaches AP Art
Studio is looking for Modern Art books. I prefer Marilyn Stokstad's book,
"Art History" for the AP Art History course which I will be teaching.