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An introduction to free online applications that can help speed up the HS art classroom.

An introduction to free online applications that can help speed up the HS art classroom.

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  • Making The Virtual Artist Box
    • www.artist-a-day.com
    • Get a contemporary artist a day. Caution! Could be blocked at school.
    • A great way to build up your contemporary artist resources. Add them to your blog.
    • Create a blog to help you keep the links organized, current, and accessible.
    http://munson-links.blogspot.com
    • Keep your famous artist you download from your online searches organized and ready to use!
    • What?????
    To WIKI, or not to WIKI
    • http://pbworks.com/academic.wiki
  • http://fc-art-teachers.wetpaint.com /
  • And you thought you only had time for Facebook??
    • http://www.ning.com
  • http://naea-secondary-teachers.ning.com /
  • http://arted20.ning.com /
  • http://www.slideshare.net /
    • Making information accessible.
    • Keep your power points on a free server. Use Slideshare to place your power points on blogger.com.
    http://www.slideshare.com /
    • Use Scribd.com to store your documents like rubrics, assignment sheets. Bury them in scribd by not leaving “tags.”
    http://www.scribd.com
  • http://www.blogger.com/home
    • Create your own, and best of all, it is FREE!
  • Class Blog
    • Keep your students, parents, and administration informed of how much is going on in your art room!
    http://munson-intro2art.blogspot.com /
  • AP Teacher and Student Blogs
    • A great way to critique online in a different environment.
    http://lhsap2dartstudio.blogspot.com/2008/01/lakeridge-raked-in-gold-and-more_13.html
    • and we all know how much they like texting!!!
    Poll your students by texting http://www.polleverywhere.com/my/polls
  • Setting up your own Blog!
    • You need a gmail account for blogger!
    http://www.blogger.com
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  • check blog name availablity
    • Almost done.
  • Choose your blog template
    • You are not stuck with your first choice.
  • You are ready to blog
    • Change your layout, colors, fonts - make it your own!
    • Limit who can post? Change your time zone? So much more.
    Set your preferences
    • Make your blog slick!!
    • It just keeps on going...
    but wait, there’s more!
    • http://www.wordle.net / - make cool word “organizations”
    • http://www.tammyworcester.com/Tips/Tammys_Technology_Tips_for_Teachers.html
    • http://www.youddl.com / - allows to copy video from youtube for free
    • http://voicethread.com/#home - share your images, documents, videos and talk about them
    • http://teachertube.com /
    • http://www.teacherspayteachers.com /
    Want to know more?? Go to the best source, ask a student!