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Re: grad students on atsednet

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Gary LaTurner (
Thu, 11 Jan 1996 13:52:51 -0700 (PDT)

I was just wondering what instructional methods you will be using for
teaching art history in high schools through museums. Will students be
actively involved in research, artwork, comparative analysis of works
over time etc.

Will you be working from a museum collection or will the museum be part
of the facilitation for research.

I'm involved with museum educational programs and would like to know more
about what's happening around the country.
Thanks for any support information you may have time to give.

On Thu, 11 Jan 1996, Kathryn A Rosenfeld wrote:

> Thanks for the info!
> As a museum educator yourself, what kinds of opportunities do you see as
> existing in the field for recent grads?
> I'm doing my thesis on teaching high school art history through museum
> education, and I'd be extremely interested in what you or other museum
> educators on Artsednet might recommend in terms of sources, directions to
> proceed, etc. (I'm in my first year, so this is in its infancy).
> Kathy
> On Tue, 9 Jan 1996, Kathrine L Walker wrote:
> > Students in art education may also want to find out about other types of
> > art education - e.g. Museum Education. There are, I suspect, a number of
> > grad students on the Museum-ed list.
> > To subscribe send e-mail to LISTPROC. In the e-mail include
> > "Subscirbe Museum-ed 'yourfirstname yourlastname'"
> >
> > Kathrine Walker, Education Coordinator
> > Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University
> >