Engaging Visual Culture
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Engaging Visual Culture

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Engaging Visual Culture is a guidebook for teachers to help students make sense of the pervasive flow of visual information shaping their worldview and way of being. The authors offer practical strategies to help students learn to think critically about visual culture, its meanings, and its impact on their lives. Each of the nine chapters focuses on three key concepts: Exp...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Davis Publications (first published 2007)
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Great Art Education book series --- i plan to possess them al!

This book was great for creating lesson on the contemporary art culture kids unconsciously deal with on a day to day basis --- i was impress by the qulity of ideas and suggestions included within the text.

Easy to read, and fun! I did most of the art activities on my own!
Roderick Vesper
This is a fantastic resource. I have been using it as a starting point for a new class I am teaching at my school and it has been incredibly engaging for the students. I highly recommend reading it and adapting it if you are interested in engaging your students in ideas as much or more than materials.
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