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Re: [teacherartexchange] Using Technology in Art

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jenmcaleese_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sun Jul 30 2006 - 04:36:57 PDT


Hi Jeff - thank you for the conference suggestion. Maybe we will go? But then again, given our very limited budget we may want to find something closer to Phila first. Will you be going ot the NAEA in the spring?
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From: Jeff Pridie <jeffpridie@yahoo.com>
> Jen,
>
> This would be of great use in the Minnesota Art
> Standard Analysis. This is the one are teachers are
> struggling the most with. The ability to have
> students examine a work of art using close
> observational tools is fantastic. Minnesota has their
> state wide Art Education Conference in Novemeber and
> we are always looking for Venders and Presenters. I
> am on the state council. If you go to
> http://www.aem-mn.org/fall.html this is our Art
> Organization Website and you can download conference
> presentation forms. You have a great idea.
>
> Jeff Pridie
>
> --- jenmcaleese@comcast.net wrote:
>
> > Jeff- hope this answers some of your questions.
> > Thank you for inquiring and for your invaluable
> > input...jen
> >
> > the software should run on Mac OS 8.5-9.x and also
> > Mac OS X, Windows 98, 2000, Me, XP;
> > - general purpose tools (SmArt Tools) would allow
> > teaching (ideally with a computer projector, even
> > better with the SmartBoard) of any aspect of Art
> > Education, from Art History, Cultural Art, to
> > Elements and Principles of Design.. you can think
> > of these tools as PowerPoint designed specifically
> > for Art Education. Thus, it is mostly a teacher's
> > tool, designed to allow an art teacher to deliver
> > sophisticated lesson plans on any topic... the
> > software comes with an example lesson plan that
> > illustrates its potential uses;
> > - specialized tools would allow an art teacher to
> > create interactive, exploratory environments for
> > students. An example is a 'context sensitive
> > magnifying glass' -- it would allow close inspection
> > (using a magnifying glass) of any (digitized) work
> > of art and, depending on the detail being examined,
> > will deliver either a voice commentary (recorded by
> > the teacher), or explanatory text. Possible use
> > would include creating a hands-on exercise, where
> > students examine by themselves different works of
> > art and, based on their own exploration, have to
> > write an essay, answer specific questions, etc.
> > - the software is compatible with National/State Art
> > Standards as long as lesson plans and interactive
> > exercises are designed (by the art teacher) with
> > these standards in mind
> >
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