For elementary school level or for those who are scared by computer, I
would said that Fine Artist is another good choice except Dbber2.0. It is
an interactive multimedia software with very good user-friendly design.
Including the painting studio, Fine Artist has a project workshop which
students can make comic strips and design stickers or buttons. Also, it
provides a picture show that students can oragnize their artworks in
sequency with some transitions and sound effects .... there are many
parts that are worth exploring more. In a word, it is a very cool
software. My students really enjoyed it very much. The price of CD-Rom is
hope this helps.
Li-Fen Lu ;)
> Elementary and High School Teachers looking for graphics program software
> (PC) for classes. Suggestions to start up animation work? Where do I invest
> my budget and time? What can you suggest for high school level? Are larger
> graphics tablests neccesary? CorelDRAW, is it worth the cost. If you teach,
> do you have a class devoted to computer graphics alone? Any curriculum and
> or resource suggestions would be helpful.