About Arts EdNet
Arts EdNet is part of the Curriculum Communities project. This project has been developed to help primary and secondary Visual Arts educators gain confidence in using the Internet.
Arts EdNet website contains a modular online tutorial that you can work your way through at your own pace. Whether you are a complete novice or a practised Internet user, the tutorial is structured so you can pick and choose topics to increase your Internet skills. Task-based exercises help you learn by experience. You will find the many links to Visual Arts resources useful long after you have completed the tutorial.
At Arts EdNet you can join a moderated online discussion group to engage with your peers. The website directory will provide you with invaluable electronic resources and the noticeboard will keep you informed of events. You will find useful links to education systems and discussion groups. If you want to see the whole site go to the sitemap, or use search to find something specific.
Read on for more information on the project, or start exploring the site.
The key aims of Curriculum Communities are to:
The Curriculum Communities project is an initiative of Curriculum Corporation. It is based on the highly successful Asia EdNet project. This project is being developed and managed by Curriculum Corporation.
Each Curriculum Community has its own distinctive name. In the case of the Visual Arts learning area it is Arts EdNet.
Curriculum Communities is being developed in association with national teacher professional associations. Arts EdNet has been created in consultation with AIAE (The Australian Institute of Art Education).
The Arts EdNet project revolves around two major strategies:
Arts EdNet provides professional development and free online services for educators:
Arts EdNet will help you to:
For more information about the project, please contact: