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Re: [teacherartexchange] filling downtime photo and photoshop


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Nov 01 2006 - 11:32:17 PST

You might find some ideas on this part of my old middle schools web
I was able to teach one semester of web design and digital photography
before I retired.
                                Good Luck, Woody

On Nov 1, 2006, at 10:02 AM, Ellen Burnside wrote:

> Hello,
> I am a new teacher this year and have been required to fill the
> "downtime" my students have in photography and computer art. In
> photography, I have 11 enlargers and 22 students. So, even when
> they have a project due, not everyone can work in the darkroom at
> the same time. Also, the students are not required to have an SLR
> camera and most of them have point-and-shoots (this is not my idea
> or preference). I have a few ideas such as writing reports,
> comparing photographers, etc. but I was wondering if anyone on the
> list had any ideas for this situation. I also have a similar
> problem in my computer art class (photoshop) when we are finishing
> a project and half the students are done. I have thought about
> creating "how to" sheets for different photoshop effects. Any other
> ideas? Any help or ideas anyone might have would be greatly
> appreciated!
> -Ellen

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