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Lesson Plans


arts aat a distance

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Rick HAUSER (ch2arts)
Wed, 1 May 96 18:06:55 -0500


I would vey much like to hear from educators who use teleconferencing techniques
or the Internet to teach -- interactiiely and at a distance -- visual and
performing arts.

A current colaborative project involves teaching the fundamentals of dance in
interactive sessions amongst three Minnesota communities. We are, of course,
trying to determine what best can be taught on/through what medium. Text --
journalling, information, descriptive materials on the 'Net. The teaching
sessions themselve include exchange and critique of technique and choreography
amongst the three sites.

We are concerned about digital vs. analog transmission and would appreciate
information about teaching (movement) using each. We are alos investiagting
large-screen image transmission using computers.

Thank you for sharing your experiences.

Cheers!

RAH [Rick]

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