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Re: Computer Technology in the Art Room
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Rick
Sun, 10 Oct 1999 19:12:54 -0500
I have two student computers. I have only the paint and kid pix prog.
Since I have so little software, I find sites that the kids can go to to
learn about art. One for my first graders is unclefred. Then I have
the upper grades go to Leonardo's workshop, etc. If they need info or a
visual on something relevant to what we are working on, ie:Egypt, We look
up that kind of stuff. I let two students at a time search, then they
tell the class what they've found. I'm open to suggestions. betsy (Ps, I
have a computer book by tomie de Paolo , called "The Art Lesson"that the
little ones can read and then do chalk drawings, etc. I really like it
and so do they. I found it for $7.99 at tj maxx.
Elizabeth D. Abbott wrote:
> I am a new subscriber doing some graduate work in art education. I am
> looking for some input on how technology is being used in your
> classrooms. I would like to get a sense on how computers and relevant
> software are being integrated into the art curriculum. How many
> computers? How do students use them (management)? What kinds of
> assignments are you doing? Are you using Web resources?
> Looking forward to some input,