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Curriculum Issues: Stories in Print

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Eldon L. Katter (katter)
Tue, 4 Mar 1997 11:57:12 -0500 (EST)

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This is a continuation of the discussion on wanting to see "Stories in
Art" in print, which includes the curriculum resource, "Our Place in the
World." I guess I want to know what form of publication teachers might
prefer: as an illustrated textbook for students? at what level:
elementary, middle school or high school? or perhaps only as a teacher
resource/reference book? with loose leaf ring binder of reproducible
compoents for classroom use? what type of visuals support might be
preferred -- large poster size reproductions? multiple sets of postcard
size images? slides? overhead transparencies? short video clips? CDRoms?
or perhaps teachers might prefer Stories in Art as a video series with
reproducible handouts and a Teacher's Guide?
Obviously lots of folks consider the material to be cumbersome on
the Internet. But maybe this could be a textbook with a permanent web
site for supplementary materials that is updated quarterly. I'm hearing
lots of good stuff about Stories in Art and Our Place in the World. For
practical classroom teaching purposes, what form should it take?

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