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What online tool do you use most often?

What online tool do you use most often?… at AnswerGarden.ch. In a few weeks I’m doing an inservice workshop for a group of Florida art teachers titled “What’s in your digital toolbox?” My goal is to introduce them to 10 online tools (or websites) “that…

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What’s Worth Teaching in Art? Poll Results

Back in February, I invited art teachers to respond to an online poll that asked “What’s the most important factor in determining what you teach in your classroom?” Since then, the poll has elicited 100 responses, which seemed to be a good number to close…

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What’s worth teaching in art?

With spring semester underway here in Gainesville, I’m starting to look ahead to the NAEA conference in Baltimore in April. One of my sessions there is a group panel in which five art educators will be responding to the question “What’s worth teaching in art?”…

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Vote to Put Imagination Back in American Classrooms

I’ve been seeing more and more signs lately that point to a favorable future for art education in American schools. Take, for instance, a recent poll by Lake Research Partners that revealed a majority of U.S. voters wants their schools to teach more than academic…

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Online Learning on the Rise at K-12 Level

Andy Carvin reports on learning.now about a new nationwide survey commissioned by the Sloan Consortium that shows some 63% of the 350 school districts surveyed had one or more students enrolled in a fully online or blended course. The report suggests that the number of…

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Internet Survey for Art Teachers — One More Week

While we’ve had a good response on the 2nd Annual Internet survey for Art Teachers, with 120 teachers participating thus far, I’d like to see if we can increase those numbers. So, if you haven’t participated yet, I’d appreciate your response. It should only take…

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This & That—Bringing 2006 to a Close

With my teaching duties over for the Fall semester and my grades in, I can now devote some time to catching up with my online activities like this blog. I have an assortment of things to share in this entry, which may be my last…

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Internet Named One of the 7 New Wonders of the World

USA Today and ABC’s Good Morning America named the Internet as one of the seven new wonders of the world this week. Quoting from a USA Today article that ran on Wednesday, November 15, 2006: The Internet doesn’t strut like the original wonders. It isn’t…

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2nd Annual Internet Survey for Art Teachers

Last fall, I ran a survey that was designed to gather responses from K-12 art teachers regarding their use of the Internet and other digital technologies in the classroom and home. Nearly 200 art teachers participated in that survey, providing a unique glimpse into their…

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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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