Any ideas where I can find a curriculum for teaching art History to High
School students? I hate to reinvent the wheel. Thanks all.
Clare in Santa Clara, CA.
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>Subject: RE: [teacherartexchange] The Amazing Art Bus...
>Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 23:36:56 +0900
>This is another big invention....due to the lack of the budget......
>But..come art teachers...we are the most innovative people in the earth.
>Let's make some ideas and let's try to solve some problems..
>I think it can be a big hit...I will make some ideas and I will share with
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>>Subject: [teacherartexchange] The Amazing Art Bus...
>>Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 09:16:10 -0400
>>From: Amber Ritchie
>>I have been unable to contact my supervisor since I found out that there
>>only 14 work stations (or that there is no storage), but she approved the
>>design of the bus insides, so she must be aware. I know that the older
>>classes have more than 14 students so I can only pray she has a plan for
>>Wow, Amber. Both scary and intriguing! What if the work stations
>>actually were mini studio centers? A different drawing medium in each for
>>the first visit...little menus of resources/directions in each...next week
>>half college, half drawing, students could express a preference...? Next
>>week five simple construction, five collage, four drawing...and so on? And
>>stay away from wet media for awhile.... I may not have a good grasp of the
>>size or configuration of "work station" so this may be off base...but
>>unfinished work would be stored in student classrooms--they could bring it
>>out to the mobile studio when you arrive (that will be necessary no matter
>>how you set this up) If the bus could be set up like a tiny studio with
>>VERY basic entry level supplies, then students with a huge ability range
>>could access it as they were able and interested. It does not sound like
>>your variety of schools would support a one size fits all
>>curriculum...Wouldn't it be cool to get permission for oldest kids to
>>enamel paint the outside of the bus, a la Woodstock/hippie? (I know,
>>I remember being a kid in the early 1950's and a Bookmobile came to my
>>school: the kids were always so excited, it was such a cool experience,
>>better than the ice cream truck! If you pull this off, you should document
>>it: make art education history!
>>keep us posted
>>k-3 in massachusetts, retired
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