Changing the Traditional High School Photography Curriculum: Integrating Traditional and Digital Technologies

@inproceedings{Cooper2010ChangingTT,
  title={Changing the Traditional High School Photography Curriculum: Integrating Traditional and Digital Technologies},
  author={Julie A Cooper},
  year={2010}
}
This thesis presents a photography curriculum for a beginning high school level photography class. It is designed as a teaching guide to structure a photography class that incorporates both film photography and digital photographic technology. One of the biggest challenges for teachers of photography is how to structure a curriculum with a limited number of enlargers and space in the darkroom, while incorporating digital technology with limited computer access for students. The curriculum… CONTINUE READING

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