I continue to be amazed by the possibilities for teaching the new Advanced Placement® Art History Curriculum with Artstor. As we gather images to place in our growing AP® Art History Teaching Resources and draft the accompanying essays and links, I sometimes pause to marvel at how the curriculum interconnects. Those key works of art and architecture required for AP® Art History tell a powerful story. Along with the Digital Library’s 1.8 million images, I am seeing how having a deep reservoir of images really helps makes the large task of preparing to teach this new curriculum manageable and fun.
ARTstor’s Selected Monuments project is a new teaching resource in support of the newly-required 250 key works of art and architecture in the Advanced Placement® Art History curriculum. Join Dana Howard, experienced AP® Art History teacher, on a free webinar to learn how the project and the Digital Library’s 1.6 million images enhance classroom teaching and assist students in preparation for the AP® exam.
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Artstor’s AP® Art History Teaching Resources support the revised Curriculum Framework for the Advanced Placement® Art History course. The image groups and accompanying essays will eventually cover all 250 key works of art and architecture required for AP® Art History courses. Along with the Digital Library’s 1.8 million images, the project enhances classroom teaching in preparation for the AP® exam and provides support for anyone teaching these works of art.
Senior K-12 Relationship Manager Dana Howard, an experienced Art History teacher, has been leading the team creating the project.
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education (FATE)
April 4 – April 6, 2013
Hyatt Regency Savannah, Savannah, GA
Dana Howard, Senior K-12 Relationship Manager, will be presenting at the FATE 2013 Conference in Savannah as part of a panel discussion called “Building Bridges: AP Art History and the Studio Art Student.”