First Advisor

Henderson, Russell


College for Professional Studies

Degree Name

Master of Education


School of Education and Counseling

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access



Number of Pages

147 pages


Bringing the visual arts classroom into the 21st century technology has become a key component to everyday life and society, especially in education. Although teachers are faced with many barriers that can hinder the integration of technology into the classroom, such as cost/funding, teacher training, and teacher planning time, with some support and planning, teachers will begin to see and use technology as a invaluable resource and tool in the classroom. The purpose of this project was to provide visual arts teachers with the information, background, and tools to begin their journey of integrating technology into the visual arts classroom. A curricular unit was developed to provide visual arts teachers with an example of how technology can be successfully and easily incorporated into their classrooms. Through this curricular unit many tools, ideas, and options were introduced to better equip them for this task.

Date of Award

Summer 2007

Location (Creation)

Denver, Colorado

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