By Narelle Lemon
Educational applied sciences have gotten extra typical around the K-12 curriculum. particularly, using leading edge electronic know-how is increasing the possibility of arts schooling, proposing new opportunitiesand challengesto either curricular layout and pedagogical practice.
Revolutionizing Arts schooling in K-12 school rooms via Technological Integration brings jointly numerous views, learn, and case experiences that emphasize a pedagogical understanding of numerous studying types, whereas highlighting problems with ethics and equality around the academic panorama. This well timed book is geared toward K-12 arts educators major school rooms targeting dance, drama, media, song, and the visible arts, in addition to pre-service academics, museum and gallery educators, policymakers, and architects of educational curricula.
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