Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education (MAEd)
Art and Design
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 presented here includes three major parts: a traditional photographic film component, a digital photography component, and a concepts component where students will experiment with different photographic techniques of manipulation as well as tackle photographic history, criticism, and visual literacy.
Cooper, Julie A., "Changing the Traditional High School Photography Curriculum: Integrating Traditional and Digital Technologies." Thesis, Georgia State University, 2010.