Associate Professor of Art & Photography.
Books for Photography Teachers
The Photography Teacher's Handbook:
Practical Methods for Engaging Students in the Flipped Classroom
The Photography Teacher’s Handbook is an educator’s resource for developing active, flipped learning environments in and out of the photo classroom, featuring ready-to-use methods to increase student engagement and motivation. Using the latest research on the cognitive science of effective learning, this book presents groundbreaking strategies to inspire students to collaborate, explore, and internalize photographic principles and concepts. The innovative practices in this book reimagine the traditional, scholarly pedagogy into a dynamic, teacher-guided, learner-centered approach.
Key features include:
Step-by-step instructions that explain how and why to flip a photography classroom
Hands-on exercises and activities to help students take charge of their learning experience
Practical advice from more than 100 respected photography educators
An interactive companion website with informative videos, links, and resources for students and educators alike
The photographic community is rife with talented and creative practitioners and artists. But making great photographs does not always translate into an ability to teach effectively. This new edition of Teaching Photography approaches photographic education from a point of view that stresses the how and why of the education. It includes the resources that will inspire new and seasoned teachers to help students expand their technical and aesthetic abilities and techniques, as well as their visual literacy and the way photography fits into the wider world. Fully updated to include the online/hybrid classroom environment, collaborative learning, rubrics, and using digital technology, plus techniques for inspiring conversations and critiques.