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Basically, any of your current lesson concepts can be put to use with
the only difference being the students use the computers to produce the
product that demonstrates their mastery/proficiency of the
concepts/objectives and the computer.
I'd love to help with ideas, but I'm in a time crunch, then vacation
until July. In the meantime, do you have more specifics about your
equipment? (amount of RAM, availability of a zip drive, what kind of
digital camera, what version of Macintosh computer, hard-drive space,
whether or not the computers are networked, access to printing or not,
Stay in touch. MG
> Next year I will be teaching a middle school computer graphics class that
> will last one marking period. We will be on Macintosh computers, and will
> have access to scanners, digital cameras, a T.V. studio, and programs such
> as Color It and Clarisworks (appleworks). I might be able to use photo
> deluxe on a teacher station, but we dont have a site licence for this
> program. This summer I will be developing lessons for this class. I would
> like to keep this class as "Art" based as I can, so that it stays in the
> realm of the art department.I would be grateful for any advise or lessons
> from anyone who has expertise in this area .Paula .