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    • A Picnik in the Weather! Jeremy May EDIM510
    • What is Picnik?
      • Picnik is online photo editing software, with tremendous potential for classroom use.
    • What does Picnik Do?
      • Picnik allows users to upload and edit images from any computer with an internet connection. This means you don’t have to have expensive editing software!
    • What Can I do with Picnik?
      • Other than adding text and definitions to pictures you can enhance the quality of an image to improve it’s visibility.
      Original Edited
    • What else can I do?
      • Picnik also allows you to edit the pictures specifically for your classroom. You can create pictures with questions for formative assessments!
    • Are There Any Other Editing Tools?
      • Of course, you can add drawings to add a little fun or flair, and keep your students on their toes.
    • What About Storage?
      • That’s the best part about Picnik. These pictures can be stored locally on your computer, or online for easy access. You don’ have to have a flash drive!
    • What Can I Do After I’m Finished Editing And Saving?
      • Why not include them in your class presentations, or post them on your website. Invite collaboration on a blog or a forum.
    • Student Input!
      • Let your students express their creativity by editing photos and sharing them with the class for collaboration and discussion.
    • How Will This Benefit My Students?
      • Your students will be able to express their creativity and share their product with other students, and you!
    • Final Thoughts
      • You can then let students compile pictures and create a presentation using an online service like Slideshare which allows you to upload and access presentations from any computer with an internet connection! These are such great resources!
    • Citations
      • Air mass. Paul Fuqua. (2004). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Prairie (4). Paul Fuqua. (2003). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • A Tornado in Denver. Corbis. (2006). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Lightning strike, how charges build up before (1). Paul Fuqua. (2004). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Water condensed into droplets. Paul Fuqua. (2004). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Lightning strike, how charges build up before (2). Paul Fuqua. (2004). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Storm produced by rising of warm, moist air. Paul Fuqua. (2004). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Hurricane on weather map. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (2009). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Water droplets condensed around particles in atmosphere. Paul Fuqua. (2004). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
      • Fronts; warm and cold meeting and causing rain. Paul Fuqua. (2004). Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Discovery Education: http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/