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I am working with a group of museum educators at The Metropolitan Museum of
Art in NYC on designing teacher materials that intergrate art into the K-12
curriculum. We are currently researching the use of linear perspective in
math instruction. Does anyone have any experience with this that they
would like to share? We are looking for your opinions on whether it is
useful as well as any examples of curruculum units that you or someone else
may have developed.
I have been enjoying "digest-ing" the forum for the last few months and
have shared many of the relevant discussions with my colleagues at the
museum. This is our first posting, and I look forward to your usual
Deborah Seid Howes
Associate Museum Educator
The Metropolitan Museum of Art