Teaching Photography, Volume 1: Tools for the Imaging Educator

Glenn Rand, Richard D. Zakia

  • 出版商: Focal Press
  • 出版日期: 2006-04-07
  • 定價: $1,530
  • 售價: 1.3$199
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 376
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0240807677
  • ISBN-13: 9780240807676
  • 相關分類: Photograph 設計攝影

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Finally, a book for the teachers! Just because you got the job doesn't mean you have the background. Educators get up in front of the class and don't always have the answers or the skills to reach their photography students. The camera isn't everything! Teaching Photography is aimed at assisting educators to help students expand their knowledge and abilities in the techniques, the aesthetics, and the way photography fits into a greater world of knowledge, by providing ideas for inspiring conversations and critiques, as well as insightful pointers regarding the learner's perspective in this new world. Teaching Photography approaches the many aspects of photographic education from a point of view that stresses the how and why of the education and not the technique to be taught.

 

Table of Contents

Forward/by Mary Virginia Swanson Introduction Chapter 1 / ?Hey Teach?? Two histories of changing direction and mindset. From Richard D. Zakia From Glenn Rand Chapter 2 / Learning, Knowing, Owning Learning? Starting Learning? Learning Objectives? Knowing? Owning? Assisting Learning? Expectations of passing through learning levels? Learning is change? Humor? Who is responsible for learning? Learning photography? Chapter 3 Asking Questions / Turning inquiry into knowledge Who is asking what? A method to ask questions? Answering Questions? Time? How to answer? Who answers? Learning from Question? The answering imperative? Chapter 4 / Technique Education – Tools Teaching to a moving target? Technology and Technique? A philosophy of tools in photography? Learning the tools? Presentation technique? Lecture? Note Taking? Demonstrations? Preparing for demonstrations? Laboratories? Correcting technique? Knowing and perfecting technique? Chapter 5 / Creativity Education Aesthetics, Perception and Meaning – Communicating a Unique Voice? Technique versus Creativity? Breathing in Photography? Different or Creative? Using Art? Learning Creativity from Nonlinearity? Watch out they?re stopping creativity? Creative Success? Chapter 6 / Understanding the nature of problems, solutions and assignments? Structure of Problems... Types of Problems... Technique? Puzzles.... Experimenting.... Artistic.... Paradoxes... Solutions? Creative Solutions? Types of Solution Strategies? Types of Solutions? Discovery? Evolution / Revolution? Innovation / Invention? Resolution? Tools for Solving Problems? Logic? Rote? Reduction? Chance? Enlightenment? Visual and Verbal Problem Solving? Feedback? Assignments? Model approach for building an assignment? Chapter 7 / Critique? Advancing learning with words Using existing effort to expand learning? Celebration of students efforts? Evaluation points? Going Negative? Jumping off points? Preparing the critique? Setting the parameters? Critique for Newer Learners? Critiquing Without Words? Participation? Energy? Methodology? Place? Procedure? Expectations? Chapter 8 Measuring Education – Tests, Grades and Evaluations For the learner? The Test? Functions of tests? What Tests Can and Cannot Tell Us? What to Test? Constructing test questions? Nontraditional testing? Grading? Success and failure? Assigning Final Grades? You gotta give grades? Chapter 9 Evaluating Education? Measuring variations? Types of evaluation? Student evaluations? Administrative Teacher Evaluations? Professional Development Plans? Designing instruments for evaluation? Evaluation of the Program? Program reviews? An Assessment Rubric? Accreditation? Chapter 10 / The Environment? Relationships? Students as people? Improvisation vs. rigidity? Anxiety? Caveats about teaching methods? An Equality of Rights? Perception and Proxemics? Limits of educational spaces? Vision? Lighting Sound? Sonic Territory? Complexity and Time? The Psycho-Social Limits? Social Limits? Psychological Limits? Changeability? Personal? Comfort? Class Size? Considerations for today?s education? Going from solo to team? The First Class? Expanding the Learning Environment – Workshops? Online? Chapter 11 / Planning and Changing? The Philosophy of Why? Change Happens? Planning for Change? The Sciences of Natural Philosophy? Surfing? Categories of Planning? Planning Steps? Resource Inventory? Putting the implementation puzzle together? Planning and implementation models? Curricular Design? Changing Curriculum to the Digital Age? Chapter 12 / Support Activities? Administration? Politics? Budget? Professional development? Mentoring? Being a teacher-mentor? Working with Industry? Using textbooks? Using technology to help learners? Chapter 13 / The profession? So you want to teach? The first teaching position? Finding a position? Vita and Resume? Portfolio? References? Positive Language? Screening? Interviewing? Promotion, Tenure and Retention – Publish or Perish? Being professional? Service to the Academy? Service to the community? Chapter 14 / Teachers on Teaching Roy R. Behrens Corinne Rose John Fergus-Jean Misun Hong Sean Perry Mariah Doren George DeWolfe David Page Elaine O?Neil Martin Springborg Inga Belousa and Alnis Stakle Ralph Masullo Peter Glendinning M. K. Foltz Elizabeth Fergus-Jean Appendix Authors? Biographies Bibliography Index of Quotes Subject Index