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I am getting ready to order a paint program for the computers I will FINALLY
get in the art room next year. Several months ago there was a big discussion
by members of this group on favorite graphic software for use in the high
school classroom. Because of several strong recommendations for FractalDesigns
programs (Dabbler and Painter), I am planning on ordering Painter.
Since this is a decision that my students and I will be dealing with for a
LONG time, I wanted to run it by you folks once more to see if anyone that
uses Painter is not happy with it or if is still what I should order.
I have a file on great suggestions for computer usage in the classroom that
have been previously shared by you generous folks. Does anyone have any
behavioral objectives written up for graphics instruction that I might be able
to adapt or any more lesson ideas that haven't been posted to the list?