As technology continues to bring about new teaching methods in core subject areas, it is also being integrated successfully into the arts curriculum in classrooms across the country.

Art teachers say there is still no substitute for learning to use traditional media first, such as chalks, watercolors, oils, markers, pencils, and so on. But painting, drawing, and graphic-design software can add new dimensions to art education that these traditional media cannot, technology advocates say--such as the ability to publish student work and share it with others online. Also, students learn to use tools that professional...

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