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Excellent iPad Apps for Arts Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 1 views

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    "An art student can do a lot with a physical canvas. Imagine what that student could do with a digital canvas. Here are a set of tools for students of art, though any teacher striving to be creative may find these useful."
John Evans

360 degrees with Tiny Planets | iPad Art Room - 0 views

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    "Gorgeous, surreal 360-degree landscapes by Randy Scott Slavin are inspirational. Technically difficult and brilliantly executed, this kind of imagery has been out of reach for most novice photographers, but there is an app that can create a little of this manipulation magic."
John Evans

Green Screen Stop-Motion Stations - Dryden Art - 0 views

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    "Last fall I wrote an ABC/25 Foundation grant through my district for the supplies for Green Screen Stop-Motion Animation Stations. My ideas for what to purchase evolved a bit with more research to include green display board from BLICK and iPad stands from Anker. We will have two stages of production. "
John Evans

Augmented Reality that's "Real" and Focused on Learning | Langwitches Blog - 0 views

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    "Augmented Reality allows you to expand the experience of the real world with information, video, sound, GPS data, and so on. If well utilized, it can be much more than just another cool tech thing… You will see below an example of how Augmented Reality was used to expand the experience of visitors to our school's Art Exhibit. As students had to reflect on and verbalize their artistic choices, an augmented reality layer was created for viewers of the exhibit. In the process, students were excited about sharing with an authentic audience and had to really recall and reflect. It created a hyperlinked reality that enabled amplification of the viewers' learning experience that was much more engaging than text."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: Seven Registration-Free Drawing Tools for Students - 0 views

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    "Earlier today Shannon Miller Tweeted about a free drawing tool called Sketch Toy. Students do not have to register to use Sketch Toy and they can download all of their drawings to use in other projects. After trying Sketch Toy I decided to revisit some other drawing tools that do not require students to register in order to create and download drawings. "
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Resource: Swivel Heads Illusion Activity | UKEdChat.com - Supporting the #UKEdChat Educ... - 0 views

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    A great creativity activity using great 3d characters
John Evans

The Best iPad Apps For Drawing, Painting, & Art Education - 2 views

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    "Many artists like pallets, holding pencils and brushes in their hands, and working with the textured surface of a canvas or paper.

    But many of the same artists also like digital portfolio, easy publishing, one-button sharing, working with layers, mashing images, video, and music, and other potential that comes with working with digital tools. And this is especially true for those working in art education-teachers that have to handle the workflow of dozens of students working on dozens more projects as a time.

    In this way, tablets like the iPad, Nexus 7, and Windows Surface can make a lot of sense-and programs like the collection-by listly user Teaching Pallet-of the following 30 iPad apps for drawing, painting, and art education a great place to start your iPad art collection"
John Evans

Lessons and Apps for The iPad in Visual Art ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 2 views

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    "Pad is a versatile tool that can be used like a Swiss Knife, you mention it and there is an app for it. One of the cognitive areas we can improve through the use of iPad is creativity. There are several excellent apps out there that are specifically designed to unleash learners creativity, drawing and painting tools are some of them. Having access to apps is one thing but using them effectively is another thing and that's where a practical guide such as the one below comes in handy"
John Evans

It's All in the Thumbs: What David Hockney Can Teach Schools About Technology | Edutopia - 3 views

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    "David Hockney's exhibit at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco is awe inspiring, jaw dropping and a tribute to what is possible with a phone or tablet. His imagination is boundless, providing the viewer with a journey into a wonderful world of color, space, expanse and tributaries into landscape and portraiture. "
John Evans

8 iPad Lessons with One Free App - Dryden Art - 4 views

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    "I will be teaching a free online master class via EducationCloset.com on
    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH at 7 EST (which is 6pm for us in the Chicago area). I will be using only one free app: Sketchbook Express to quickly demonstrate how to make these 8 art lessons. Download the app and create along with me. Don't worry, it will be recorded so you can go back at your own pace and try them all again.
    Sign up for the class here: http://educationcloset.com/master-class/"
John Evans

More testing: Green Screen DOINK app - Dryden Art - 2 views

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    "I'm very privileged to be on the BETA testing team for the Green Screen app from DOINK. Today I tried forcing an interaction between my pre-recorded green screen footage and the drawn animation layered before a solid color field. Here are the pieces:
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    This app will allow you to combine live footage and drawn animations.
    I film before green screen
    and draw an animation in DOINK
    Below is a look at the interface of the new GREEN SCREEN app by DOINK."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: Learn Art History With Smarthistory - 7 views

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    "Smarthistory is a free online alternative to expensive art history textbooks. Smarthistory features more than just images of notable works of art. The combination of video lessons, text articles, and audio lessons about eras and themes in art history is what makes Smarthistory a valuable resource. Students can browse all of the resources of Smarthistory by artist name, style of work, theme, or time period. Smarthistory was originally developed by art history professors Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. Smarthistory is now partnered with Khan Academy to deliver lessons via video."
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