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Studio Cyberspace is a resource site for art teachers and student teachers. It is also a site that can be used in the juniro-senior high classroom. Choose from a selection of twelve outcome-based activities designed to motivate students to explore art resources in cyberspace. Each activity is a guided adventure to carefully...
Studio Cyberspace is a resource site for art teachers and student teachers. It is also a site that can be used in the juniro-senior high classroom. Choose from a selection of twelve outcome-based activities designed to motivate students to explore art resources in cyberspace. Each activity is a guided adventure to carefully selected Web sites that will help students learn more about artists and art around the world.
This site by Glencoe McGraw Hill provides several good simple exercises for the classroom. Specifically the activities related to developing the skills of observation and reflection are very valuable.
The only difficulty with the site is that there are no grade level recommendations.
All of the worksheets are in PDF format.
13 years ago
This site is found within Glencoe McGraw Hill's main web site. It is located under the secondary art information and features 12 online art activities that are outcome-based. The online activities feature internet sites from around the world and are age appropriate for middle and high school students. The activities here are very good! Each activity has a worksheet that can be printed out with Acrobat Reader and used by students in their online discovery and learning.
I use this site with the student teachers that I instruct so that they can start realizing the difference between an activity and a lesson. I want my student teachers to know how to take this information and customize it into a good lesson for their individual teaching situations. Middle school and High school art teachers and those teachers who use interdisciplinary education will appreciate what Glencoe has done. The site offeres more than just these 12 online activities, too!
Acrobat Reader is needed to download and print out the student worksheet for each of the twelve online art activities.