The Visual Experience

The Visual Experience, eBook Class Set and 25 printed Student Books, High School Zoom
Product Number: 001-8
ISBN: 978-16152-8001-8
In Stock, set
Your Price: $ 2485.95

This eBook Class Set includes a 6-year license and 30 students accounts.

Other eBook Class Set options include 4- and 8-year licenses, and student accounts in groups of 55 and 230. For pricing on other options, please call 800-533-2847 or email ContactUs@DavisArt.com.

The Visual Experience, eBook Class Set and 25 printed Student Books, High School
By Jack Hobbs, Richard Salome, Ken Vieth
Your eBook Class Set purchase includes:
•  Student eBook
•  Teacher Edition eBook
•  Teacher Resources (digital), including downloadable and customizable assessments
•  ePortfolios for teachers and students
•  The Curriculum Builder
•  6-year license
•  30 student accounts
•  50 digital fine art images to supplement the studio experiences in each eBook
•  A one-year print subscription to SchoolArts magazine, plus access to the digital edition of SchoolArts for the length of your Davis Digital license
•  PLUS 25 printed Student Books
 
eBook Features
•  Zoom in on any image up to 300%.
•  View thumbnails of every page.
•  Search by using any keyword, such as the name of an artist, theme, or an element or principle.
•  Share lessons with colleagues, parents, or teachers.
•  Each eBook purchase includes the Teacher Edition and Teacher Resources.
•  Designed to work easily with Smart Boards and other presentation tools.
 
ePortfolio Features
•  Teachers and students can easily create custom online portfolios.
•  Share student artwork and important information about your art program with students, colleagues, supervisors, parents, and community members.
•  Assess student progress, accomplishments, and artwork.
•  Extend learning by easily adding links to videos, galleries, websites, and other lesson resources.
•  Update students and parents about upcoming special events and project due dates.
 
Davis Digital App
Take photos of student artwork and upload them to your ePortfolio. Students can use the app to photograph and document their work. Just search for Davis Digital in the App Store on your iPad or iPhone.
 
Curriculum Builder Features
This lesson planning and presentation tool allows you to:
•  gather all of the content you need to introduce students to a new project or lesson in one place.
•  quickly and easily add text, images, videos, lessons from your Davis eBooks, and slide show presentations to any lesson.
•  easily search content in one or all of your eBooks to add to your customized lessons.
•  download and share PDFs of any or all lessons.
•  collaborate with colleagues to create shared lessons, district-recommended curriculums, or benchmark assessments.
•  keep required standards, essential questions, or learning outcomes visible in your room at all times by adding them to your custom lesson.
 
Student Accounts
Accounts allow students to:
•  access student eBooks from school, home, or anywhere with Internet access.
•  easily search content for assignments and further research.
•  create and share ePortfolios to document artwork and progress.
•  share written reflections and statements about personal work or the work of others.
•  collaborate on ePortfolios for group projects
•  access teacher-created lessons in the Curriculum Builder to implement “flipped classroom” or blended learning strategies.
 
Digital Fine Art Images
Each eBook includes a basic set of 50 digital fine art images to supplement the studio experiences in the text. There are many more images correlated to each eBook’s lessons available to you and your students with our image subscriptions. For more information about image subscriptions to more than 30,000 images, click here.

Student Book Table of Contents:
Part One: Introduction to Art
Chapter 1: What Is Art?
Chapter 2: How Should We Look at Art?
Part Two: Elements of Art and Principles of Design
Chapter 3: Line
Chapter 4: Shape and Form
Chapter 5: Value and Color
Chapter 6: Space
Chapter 7: Texture
Chapter 8: Principles of Design
Part Three: Art Media and careers
Chapter 9: 2-D Media
Chapter 10: 3-D Media
Chapter 11: Architecture
Chapter 12: Careers in Art
Part Four: Art History
Chapter 13: Non-Western Art History I
Chapter 14: Non-Western Art History II
Chapter 15: Western Art History I
Chapter 16: Western Art History II
Part Five: Resources
Studio Handbook
Glossary with Pronunciation Guide
Index

Teacher’s Edition Table of Contents:
Part One: Introduction to Art
Chapter 1 & 2 Organizer
Chapter 1: What Is Art?
Chapter 2: How Should We Look at Art?
Part Two: Elements of Art and Principles of Design
Chapter 3: Organizer
Chapter 3: Line
Chapter 4: Organizer
Chapter 4: Shape and Form
Chapter 5: Organizer
Chapter 5: Value and Color
Chapter 6: Organizer
Chapter 6: Space
Chapter 7: Organizer
Chapter 7: Texture
Chapter 8: Organizer
Chapter 8: Principles of Design
Part Three: Art Media and Careers
Chapter 9: Organizer
Chapter 9: 2-D Media
Chapter 10: Organizer
Chapter 10: 3-D Media
Chapter 11: Organizer
Chapter 11: Architecture
Chapter 12: Organizer
Chapter 12: Careers in Art
Part Four: Art History
Chapter 13: Organizer
Chapter 13: Non-Western Art History I
Chapter 14: Organizer
Chapter 14: Non-Western Art History II
Chapter 15: Organizer
Chapter 15: Western Art History I
Chapter 16: Organizer
Chapter 16: Western Art History II
Part Five: Resources
Student Handbook
Glossary and Pronunciation Guide
Index

This comprehensive video takes you through a complete chapter in the Student Book and Teacher Edition to give you a complete view of the lessons and teacher content provided in The Visual Experience.

The Visual Experience
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