Why not do some research on an art history theme that ties in with an
upcoming lesson/project? You can set up a hot list or type a series of
"thinking questions" word with links to different web pages with
accurate information. They click on the link, read information on the
web or view work by the artist and answer higher level questions about
what they read of saw. My kids loved the one on Norman Rockwell we did
From: Anne Ferguson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 10:57 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: new computer lab and art class??
I'm a little new at all this. We have a new computer
lab in our middle school. We're trying to take all
classes there at least a few times during the year.
This is all great, but my students get so little time
in art as it is that when we go to the computer lab
we've got to be doing very art related work, and of
course, using time wisely (sometimes tough for 7th
graders). So, where might I find some ideas about
where to start with computers?
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