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created for K-12 teachers wanting to learn what tools to use to integrate photo editing and sharing into their classrooms.

created for K-12 teachers wanting to learn what tools to use to integrate photo editing and sharing into their classrooms.

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  • visual Media 2.0
    K-12 Applications
  • Photographs and visual media
    Digital Storytelling
    Book Reports
    As an alternative to PowerPoint
    Promote visual literacy skills
    Supports project based learning
    Take students on virtual field trips
    Writing Prompts
    Document events (field trips, sporting events, etc)
    An opportunity to teach students about social software
  • Web 2.0 tools for photo editing & Sharing
  • Transfer, Upload, and Management
  • Photo Editing
  • www.photoshop.com
  • www.picnik.com
  • Editing with Picnikwww.picnik.com
    Auto-fix
    Rotate
    Crop
    Resize
    Exposure
    Color
    Sharpen
    Red-Eye
    Edited in Picnik
    Original
  • “Create” with picnik
    Effect
    Text
    Shapes
    Touch Up
    Frames
    Advanced
    Created in Picnik
    Original
  • Photo Sharing
  • FLICKR
  • Shutterfly
  • voicethread
  • Rights/Permissions/Safety
    Caution when searching specific topics
    Conversation about what students should do when inappropriate imagery or content is found? What are the rules for providing constructive feedback?
    Creative Commons licenses
    Any tool should be balanced with the climate and culture of the school and school district (student names, faces, etc.)
  • All docs available at:
    http://stat21.wikispaces.com/visual+media+2.0
  • Thank you!