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No Strings Attached: Wireless Laptops in Education

If you’re looking for exemplary models of technology integration in the classroom, check out No Strings Attached: Wireless Laptops in Education, which includes over 100 Quicktime videos taped in Florida Schools organized by subject area and grade levels.

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Promoting Cultural Preservation and Exchange Through Digital Storytelling

One of the things I’ve been doing this summer to prepare for my Fall classes is to collect resources on digital storytelling. You can browse through the sites I’ve gathered thus far on my del.icio.us Digital Storytelling pages. One of the more fascinating sites I’ve…

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ArtisanCam: Watch artists at work

This is a British website I came across a few years ago and have recently revisited to discover it has developed into quite a useful resource and is an excellent example of using technology to bring innovative art programming into the classroom. ArtisanCam is an…

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Cooper-Hewitt’s Educators’ Resource Center

I’ve been out on the web this weekend collecting resources for an upcoming column I’m writing for SchoolArts on design education, and came across this site that I wanted to share with you here: With growing interest in design-based learning in the field of art…

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2007 Webby Awards—Vote For Your Favorites

The nominees for the 2007 Webby Awards have been announced. The Webby Awards honor the best of the Internet including websites, interactive advertising, online film & video and mobile content. You can view this year’s nominees and vote for your favorites on the Webby Awards…

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Free Comic Book Day is coming!

On May 5th, some 2,000 comic book stores across North America and around the globe will be giving away millions of comic books. The annual event celebrates the comic as an art form and the literacy that comics encourage. In response, I was thinking this…

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Redesign Your School Contest

Here’s an opportunity for high school teachers and students to explore how the design of a school or classroom affects how people learn: The American Architectural Foundation (AAF) and Target are sponsoring a contest that challenges high school students to design the “ideal 21st century…

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Fighting Terror with Paint Brushes

Are we becoming numb to the constant image stream of violence and suffering coming out of Iraq? More importantly, are our students becoming desensitized by such violence? How can we approach this topic in the art classroom? Do you feel this is something that you…

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Art for the iPod

I found this over on Eye Level. The Danish Artnode Foundation’s artPod site offers free mp4 video files of works by eight artists for download and viewing on video iPods. I’ll be doing podcasting with my art education students this semester in the Digital Media…

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Tips & Technologies for Moving Your Art Program Forward in the Digital Age

Following is an outline of a talk I gave this past weekend at a retreat for art supervisors from around the U.S. that was sponsored by Davis Publications and hosted by the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence. Special thanks to Paul Sproll…

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