The Art Teacher's Survival Guide for Elementary and Middle Schools
J-B Ed: Survival Guides
3. Auflage November 2020
336 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Preis: 36,90 €
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The perennial bestseller--now in a new edition
Authoritative and practical, this comprehensive guide offers everything a teacher needs to know for conducting an effective art instruction and appreciation program. The Third Edition of The Art Teacher's Survival Guide for Elementary and Middle Schools includes a complete update on public-relations guidelines, and reference material examples.
The revised edition also features many new projects, an update on current projects and includes an explanation of the hot topic amongst art educators, Teaching Artistic Behavior (TAB/choice). Choice-based art education is reflected in the authors' discussion of teaching in mixed-media, ceramics, photography, sculpture, and art history.
* More than 100 creative art projects, from drawing to digital media
* Offers teaching tools, tips, and multicultural curriculum resources
* Includes new material on logical ways to encourage individual and personal solutions to a problem
* Gives teachers more latitude as to how individuality is suggested in a lesson
This is an invaluable compendium for art educators and classroom teachers alike.
Chapter Two: Day-To-Day Survival Skills--The Nitty-Gritty 35
Chapter Three: Art History 63
Chapter Four: Drawing 85
Chapter Five: Painting 111
Chapter Six: Mixed Media 141
Chapter Seven: Multicultural Art 175
Chapter Eight: Ceramics 205
Chapter Nine: Sculpture 237
Chapter Ten: Computer Graphics and Digital Photography 261
MARILYN PALMER was an art educator for 34 years in Parkway School District, St. Louis, Missouri. She taught art classes at the elementary level for 17 years. She later taught various art classes including Cultural Connections in middle school and Computer Graphics and Ceramics in high school where she also served as Department Chair and Regional Visual Arts Leader.