- 1: Developing video art programs -- Talking animals, human machines, and telling stories of the phantasmagoric: animation and light media for preservice teachers / Ralph Raunft -- A model video production curriculum: Bloomfield Hills Schools, Michigan / Donna Learmont -- Talking with video artist John Toth in Central Park / Ilona Szekely -- Video art in elementary school / George Szekely -- Capturing the moving present: digital video in the art room / Harold Olejarz -- Does video art have to be the green eggs 'n ham for students? / Erin Tapley -- If I can, you can! Me--teach video? / Susan Lehman -- 2: Video art projects in the schools -- An interview with video artist-teacher Renee Shaw / Ilona Szekely -- Lights! Camera! Action! Changing places through filmmaking / Mary Sheridan -- From the still to the moving image: how to create an award-winning video / Joanna Black -- Music video in high school / Pamela G. Taylor -- Those smart, tech savvy students: how can teachers keep up? / Joanna Black -- Feeling legitimate in teaching filmmaking: one teacher's view / Karen Lindhom-Rynkiewicz -- Video scrapbooks by teachers and students / George & Ilona Szekely -- 3: Video art projects in the community -- Street level youth media / Deidre Searcy -- Video creativity for the record: documenting a community-based art project in an inner city high school / Rikki Asher -- Dancing across the digital divide: the story of digital arts / Arlene Jordan -- "Cross-curriculum" community venture: merging art and videography with science / Joanna Black -- Windsong pictures / Michael Floyd -- The indispensable teacher / Darrin Fletcher -- Mentorship and the media arts: children's media project / Corinne Militello -- Tuning in video art / Dipti Desai -- Final take / George and Ilona Szekely.
- 189016027X and 9781890160272
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