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Coloring Book By Eli Draws
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We are a unique blend of one child’s drawings, two parents’ love, and a company’s courage to believe in a vision. Eli Draws is designed to encourage all children and adults alike to... More > explore their imaginations, expand their horizons, and actively engage through creativity, play, and art.< Less
Draw This Book! By Peterson Hamilton
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The premise of this book is simple: the best way to become better at drawing is to draw, a lot. Through tracing, guides, repetition and incrementally increasing the difficulty, you will begin to... More > learn and remember the basics. Begin by tracing the drawings and then using the guidelines to harness your own creations. As long as you fill out every page, it doesn’t matter if you follow the guidelines exactly. Instead,you will build an understanding of how the human body is constructed and how three dimensional objects can be represented with lines. Try using various methods such as construction, contour drawing or your own technique. Once you’ve completed the thousands of drawings, you will have a record of your progress and have a much better understanding of the basics of the human form. This is meant to be a workbook, so go ahead, start drawing!< Less
Drawing Lessons: Forty Years of Design Education at the Conway School By Jane Roy Brown
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40 years for $40! With this book you’ll get a fascinating read and make a donation to the Conway School at the same time! Drawing Lessons expertly weaves together the diverse stories of the... More > cutting edge Conway School, from its first years as an alternative design school to its present stature as a widely respected program tackling current issues with international reach. To capture the many voices Brown incorporates into this book, she conducted dozens of interviews with faculty and staff and graduates of the school. She observed students in classes and in the field. She served as a client for a student design project. She spoke extensively with the school’s founder, and succeeding directors. She asked other professionals for their perceptions of the Conway School and the work of its graduates. On placing your order you will receive an email with proof of your (almost $10) tax deductible contribution. [Contact us at 40book@csld.edu for a discount on 3 or more copies]< Less
Painting By Division of Drawing Painting & Photography
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Overview of the Painting program of the Division of Drawing, Painting & Photography at The School of Art & Design of the NYS College of Ceramics at Alfred University
Painting By Division of Drawing Painting & Photography
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Overview of the Painting program of the Division of Drawing, Painting & Photography at The School of Art & Design of the NYS College of Ceramics at Alfred University
Photography By Division of Drawing, Painting & Photography
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Overview of the Photography program of the Division of Drawing, Painting & Photography at The School of Art & Design of the NYS College of Ceramics at Alfred University
COMPARATIVE EDUCATION By V. Ravi
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Education is very difficult to pin to a particular definition, because the concept may be perceived from different angles. The concept has been traced to two Latin words. The Latin words are (a)... More > educere and (b) educare. While educere can be interpreted as "to draw out" or "to lead out", Educare on the other hand means "to nourish" "to bring up or "to rise". The interpretations of two Latin words no doubt, are more than what can be offered by the school alone. Adesina (1985) noted that education is always related to variable such as purpose of the learner, the aim of the teacher as well as the technological problems of the society.< Less
An Educational Psychology By Textbook Equity
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The first half of the book focuses on broader questions and principles taken from psychology per se, and the second half focuses on somewhat more practical issues of teaching. All parts of the book... More > draw on research, theory, and practical wisdom wherever appropriate. Chapter 2 is about learning theory, and Chapter 3 is about development. Chapter 4 is about several forms of student diversity, and Chapter 5 is about students with disabilities. Chapter 6 is about motivation. Following these somewhat more basic psychological chapters, we turn to several lasting challenges of classroom life—challenges that seem to be an intrinsic part of the job. Chapter 7 offers ideas about classroom management; Chapter 8, ideas about communicating with students; Chapter 9, about ways to assist students' complex forms of thinking; and Chapter 10, about planning instruction systematically. The book closes with two chapters about assessment of learning.< Less
The Educational Contract By Dr. Sharon Washington
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The difficulty in explaining why so many African American students do so poorly in school is in peeling back the layers of why their parents let them. What's even more difficult to explain is how the... More > 1954 US Supreme Court case "Brown," which was intended to bring educational equality, actually has contributed to the phenomenon. "THE EDUCATIONAL CONTRACT" is a peek into the moral dilemma of a history that has shaped a cultural pattern of failure for more than sixty years in inner-city schools. Drawing on her own childhood experiences in high-poverty schools, and her work to transform some of the worst performing schools in the US, Dr. Sharon Washington presents a look at this pattern of failure through what she calls an /educational contract/; and she puts forward solutions that can set inner-city schools on a dramatically different course. "THE EDUCATIONAL CONTRACT" is a penetrating and powerful call to action that takes the conversation of failing urban public schools to the masses.< Less
Drawing With Picasso The King By Dar S. Rodgers
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Drawing With Picasso helps children gain basic drawing skills that help them draw creatively on their own. Drawing encourages children to take risks and gives them the opportunity to experiment. Our... More > objectives are to develop hand/eye coordination and improve observational drawing skills. Make intentional choices from normal relationships of objects Drawing can nurture creativity when children are given the freedom to complete their drawings independently. There are no lines to stay within- children are only requested trace the images on one page and draw the same image on the other page. The whole idea of Drawing With The Masters is to allow children to experiment with their pencils, pens or crayons and spend quality time with a Master artist. What’s important is for children to have fun and at the same time to get a feeling for the colors and shapes they experience. When children draw they want to create a likeness of the things they see. With Drawing With Picasso they can do just that< Less