Hi Pam , and all,
I do think that this would be a resource that pre-service art
educators/currently practicing art educators / art ed professors would be
interested in accessing.
After hearing the description, I want to take the course !
Keep us apprised of your progress,
Thanks for all you do !!!
Christine Besack :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pam" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2005 1:30 PM
Subject: [teacherartexchange] Online teacher resource question
> Good morning from Northern AZ!
> Seeing Lia's post about her mentorship project inspires me to post for the
> first time since the new list became active.
> I am revising two senior-level art ed pre-service courses (one this fall
> one in the spring) that will change the delivery to learner-centered,
> problem-based, technology-focused. This is a major undertaking, but one
> I think will work well after it is fully implemented. The courses will
> collaborate with the campus art museums and my students will select an
> artist from the permanent collection to research and then create teacher
> resource materials. The resource materials will essentially be
> art-based units of study. These will be easily downloaded into the
> electronic portfolios that--as of this fall--will become a requirement for
> My question to you is this: Would teachers from around the country be
> interested in having such resource materials posted so that they could
> access them? Master artists in the collection range from Japanese Ukiyo-e
> Native American art objects and just about everything in between including
> paintings, prints, quilts, furniture, and sculpture.
> Pamela G. Stephens, PhD
> Northern Arizona University
> Art Education
> P.O. Box 6020
> Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6020
> http://www.cal.nau.edu/art/fac_pages/faculty_s.htm >
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