Technology & Learning, September 1998, p. 52
Many programs are sprouting up in schools that unite classes in the arts with instructional technology.
At Woodland High School in Calif., the Arts and Communications program immerses students in a broad multidisciplinary curriculum where technology plays an important role. Every student in the program operates equipment in a state-of-the-art television production studio, in addition to computerized stage-lighting and audio systems. Recent stage performances have incorporated multimedia presentations into the performance.
Students at the Robert Bateman Secondary School...