Brown, Roland G.
A Bookless Curriculum
. Dayton, Ohio: Pflaum/Standard, 1972.
Utilization of audio-visual material in the classroom instead of the textbook, the curriculum is given through films and filmstrips. This book is useful in all classrooms.
Franseckey, Roger B. and Debes, John L.
Visual Literacy: A Way to Learn—A Way to Teach
. Association for Educational Technology, 1972.
An informative booklet on the development of new curricula, materials, and techniques used in visual literacy. It includes new approaches to induce learning.
. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., Publishers, 1969.
A collection of modern art since the 1950’s. Illustrated.
Niece, Robert C.
Art: An Approach
. Dubuque, Iowa: Wm. C. Brown Co., 1959.
Used as a text in design and art appreciation classes, and very practical applications of art in everyday circumstances.
A Concise History of Modern Painting
. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., Publishers, 1965.
A condensed history of modern art. Illustrated.
Selected Paintings and Sculpture from the Yale University Art Gallery
A great resource book for teachers to have in the classroom. Beautifully illustrated and commentaries are very interesting.
Weismann, Donald L.
Language and Visual Form
. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1968.
The relationship of writing and illustrating a story is established in this book. It is beautifully illustrated.
Whitford, W. G., editor.
Art for Young America
. Peoria: Charles A. Bennett, Co., Inc., 1952.
An appreciative approach for art high school students is emphasized, and its applications to other courses as in home economics, English, and History.