Tag archive for Web 2.0

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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Ten Tools and Resources from ISTE 2010 and beyond

While sitting in sessions and skimming the Twitter stream during ISTE 2010, the following ten tools and resources caught my attention: 1. Google + Bing = Bingle search 2. Sweet Search 4 Me, a new search tool for K-8. 3. Mashpedia, a real-time multimedia/social encyclopedia/search…

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Web 2.0 Workshops for West Virginia Art Teachers

Heading back to Florida tomorrow, after spending two days with West Virginia art teachers at their WVAEA Conference in Lewisburg. While I look forward to returning to a warmer climate, I appreciate the enthusiasm these art teachers showed for learning some new tools and ideas…

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Web Sightings for September 2009

Here are sites to see for the month of September: 1. Show your students how advertisers and product designers sometimes borrow ideas from art history with these examples from Smashing Magazine. 2. Two great advocacy statements for the arts and arts education surfaced on the…

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Art Teacher Inservice Day

Was able to get out of town Friday for a short drive to St Petersburg, Florida to address the Pinellas County art teachers and then to offer an afternoon hands-on workshop using Web 2.0 tools. In addition to getting the opportunity to work with art…

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A Web 2.0 Workout

The Web 2.0 Workout includes eight exercises designed to introduce art teachers to different tools and aspects of a Web 2.0 learning environment. I designed it for use in teacher inservice training, but it also can serve as a stand-alone regimen.

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A List of Lists

With our Spring semester in full swing, I’ve been so preoccupied with making and following lists the past week or so—like class rosters, lists of course objectives, reading lists, to do lists, and so on—finding time to post a blog entry here has been a…

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A Talk @ RISD

I gave a talk on “Teaching Art in a New Digital Landscape” today for the Rhode Island School of Design’s Art + Design Education graduate program. An impressive program and group of students! Tomorrow I’ll be introducing them to several Web 2.0 tools (like Wordle,…

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Web Sightings for November

It’s time for another listing of Web Sightings: Looking for a good “The End” image to use in a PowerPoint presentation or movie? If so, check out the “The End” Pool on Flickr. Urban Sketchers is a new blogging community of artists around the world…

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(My) Top Ten Digital Tools for Art Educators

Yesterday I posted a question on Art Education 2.0, asking members to recommend 4-5 digital tools that they felt every art educator should have in their toolbox. My idea was that I would compile all of the recommendations I received and attempt to determine the…

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