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Scott Foresman Art integrates classroom instruction, hands-on activities, and literacy-building experiences to turn on the power of art for all students. This sequential curriculum focuses on the Elements of Art and Principles of Design while introducing students to art history, visual culture, and careers in art.
Interactive Art Studios CD-ROM in English and Spanish is an interactive classroom presentation tool that includes all Studios, Portfolio Projects, and the Technique Handbook from all grade levels of Scott Foresman Art. Includes step-by-step instruction in English and Spanish with a click of a button.
The Fine Art Gallery Builder CD-ROM is a flexible tool for teachers and students. It teaches students how to curate their own art exhibit and allows teachers to project artworks for large group instruction. The Fine Art Gallery Builder includes all of the 1,100 art images in the program.
Our fully digital programs and ebooks provide cutting-edge online instruction with a seamless transition from the textbook, allowing students to complete assignments, access videos and activities, and take online tests and remediation.
With Pearson’s interactive whiteboard-ready resources, students become more active and collaborative classroom learners and teachers are able to deliver memorable lessons, engage all types of learners, and reduce class preparation time.
Language-acquisition expert, Dr. Jim Cummins, has worked exclusively with Pearson to embed powerful teaching approaches into Pearson programs, ensuring that English language learners receive the same high quality education as their peers. Dr. Cummins’ expertise in literacy development in multilingual school contexts, as well as the role of technology in promoting language and literacy development, have made Pearson programs the most effective resources for today’s ELLs.
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