Module 3: Arts curriculum
Before you begin this module, read the How to use the tutorial section, if you haven't already done so.
You can choose to complete any or all parts of this module. You can simply follow the tutorial sequentially by clicking on the Next arrow on each page or, if you have limited time, you may wish to only complete the core sections.
Don't forget to take a break every 20 minutes!
In Module 1, you explored how to find Visual Arts resources on the Internet that could be used to enrich your curriculum in various ways. This module looks at how you can develop curriculum that has students use the Internet directly in the classroom.
In this module, you will:
- explore lesson plans on the Internet for curriculum ideas;
- explore what Visual Arts curriculum is available that incorporates the Internet directly in classroom use;
- discover how such curriculum was developed;
- learn how to develop similar curriculum yourself
- learn how to publish your students' work on the Internet.
Use of the Internet for communication and collaborative projects is dealt with in Module 4 and Module 5 respectively.
Module 3 examines the following topics:
M3 Task 1 - Assessing a lesson plan
M3 Task 2 - About Tracks
M3 Task 3 - Learning opportunities with WebQuests
M3 Task 4 - WebQuests in the classroom
M3 Task 5 - Hotlists and other approaches
M3 Task 6 - Preplanning for your own Track
M3 Task 7 - Making your own Track
M3 Task 8 - Preplanning for your own WebQuest
M3 Task 9 - Making your own WebQuest
M3 Task 10 - Tips and ideas for web publishing