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Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
Wiggy wiki's and art history
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Wiggy wiki's and art history

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TAEA Conference 2010 …

TAEA Conference 2010
Presentation by Kathie del Hierro

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  • Joke
    New student drawing quietly in the back of the room, I asked her “What are you drawing?” She let me know, “God.” I asked her, “How can you do that? No one knows what God looks like.” To which she replied, “They will in a minute.”
  • Wikispaces
    Kathie11
    Sombra
    Pbwiki
    kdelhier@eanesisd.net
    Hcmsart
    Wet paint
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    • 1. What is a wiki?  Creative space to group share creative knowledge/planning/ideas.  Worlds largest wiki – we all know it – it has more readers than the New York Times, Wikipedia, owned by Jimmy Wales.  Wiki in Hawaiian means “fast.”
    • 2. Why wiki with your students?  Meet the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills TEKs art history and technology components.  Get to know your students better.  Cross the curriculum to meet some of the TEKs for Language Arts/English.  Teach in a way that students like to learn; through social interaction!
    • 3. How to set up a wiki …  http://www.pbwiki.com  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ5OV14 v4xU  http://www.wetpaint.com  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7BAU2X X5Ws  http://www.wikispaces.com  http://www.wikispaces.com/site/tour
    • 4. Examples of Wiki’s …  http://www.wetpaint.com  http://artinyear9.wetpaint.com/  http://www.wikispaces.com  http://jeni-erik-wedding.wikispaces.com/  http://www.pbwiki.com  http://hcmsart.pbworks.com/
    • 5. Gettin’ wiggy with wiki’s …  Welcome students to the page and introduce yourself  Let students know the purpose of the wiki  Have a weekly “news flash” where you make a connection to something happening in the classroom.  Post your grading expectations, and criteria.  Post your due date The HOME PAGE and instructions:
    • 6. Gettin’ wiggy with wiki’s …  Create easy to find class folders so students know where to go  Name your pages sequentially so they are listed in order (i.e., start the page name, or file name, with a number)  Create a folder for students to make their own pages Organization:
    • 7. Gettin’ wiggy with wiki’s …  Introduce artist to comment on  Artist quote  Grading criteria – expectations  Picture of art to comment on  Sites to help with student research  Grading criteria – a third time …  Example of comment The wiki page to comment on:
    • 8. Sites to find Art History …  http://www.artchive.com  http://www.arthistory.net/  http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/  http://wwar.com/artists/  http://www.vangoghgallery.com/artistbios/  http://www.britannica.com/ (if your school has an account)  http://www.umich.edu/~hartspc/histart/mot her/museums.html
    • 9. Motivating students …  Include the wiki artist in classroom discussions – formally, and informally  Seek out individual students and praise their comments, verbally.  Show all students exemplary comments on the overhead  Encourage students commenting on other students comments
    • 10. How to find this slide show:  Go to http://hcmsart.pbworks.com/  In the navigation menu, find the TAEA 2010 Wiggy Wiki and Art History page  Open it and scroll down to view the slide show. How to contact me: kdelhierro@eanesisd.net

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