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anonymous

Art Project, powered by Google - 20 views

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    The Art Project powered by Google features interior tours of seventeen world famous art museums. Select a museum from the list on the homepage & you can virtually tour it using the same interface style you experience in Google Maps Streetview. Inside the museum, just double click to zoom to a location. You can also open a floor plan overview & click on a room to navigate to that part of the museum. The best part of the Art Project powered by Google is the option to create your own artwork collection while visiting each museum. As you're touring a museum click on the "+" symbol on any work of art see it in greater detail, to add it to your collection, & to open background information about that work of art. To create a collection you must be signed into a Google account. This is a great way to start a story or writing prompt, or to explore history & cultures.
Francesc .

Artsonia Kids Art Museum - The Largest Student Art Gallery on the Web! - 1 views

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    Artsonia is the world's largest kids' art museum. Our dream is that every child will have an online art gallery, reflecting their masterpieces from pre-school through high-school, preserved forever!
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    Artsonia is the largest student art museum in the world! Our dream is that every child will have an online art gallery, preserving their masterpieces for all time!
anonymous

Silk - 5 views

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    Have students to create visual works of art online. Silk is an interactive site where students can drag their mouse around on the page to create beautiful weaving & whirling designs. Drawing lines on the screen will add color to the moving art, & by speeding up or slowing down their movements the effect will change. Students can choose between 6 different colors, & 3 different modes of symmetry. Students can share their creation with a simple link. Have students describe their unique artwork as a description & creative writing exercise. Also available as an app for the iPad.
Dean Mantz

TCEA 2011 Presentation Notes | The Moss-Free Stone - 18 views

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    Resources available in collaboration/brainstorming, visual arts, music, engineering /design, invention/innovation are the categories used to organize recommended web resources.
Dean Mantz

artisinteractive - Artisinteractive - 16 views

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    Great wiki resource site illustrating how technology can be used in the classroom.  In this case, art classroom. 
Fred Delventhal

Sequential Art, Graphic Novels, & Comics: Technology-Enhanced Learning - 0 views

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    Let's address standards, challenge students, and instill a love of learning in young people through engaging, visually-rich resources and activities. Learn to integrate the growing body of quality print and web-based graphic reading resources for young people across the K12 curriculum. Beyond the superheroes of traditional comics, today's graphic communication projects help students synthesize and apply digital scraps, primary source documents, photographs, charts and graphics, and other visuals to create meaningful communications.
Fred Delventhal

Public Domain Clipart optimized for word processors - 0 views

  • WPClipart is a collection of high-quality public domain images specifically tailored for use in word processors and optimized for printing on home/small office inkjet printers. There are thousands of color graphic clips as well as illustrations, photographs and black and white line art. Nearly all are in lossless, PNG format. As of Friday, 12/12/2008 there are 23,907 images.
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    WPClipart is a collection of high-quality public domain images specifically tailored for use in word processors and optimized for printing on home/small office inkjet printers. There are thousands of color graphic clips as well as illustrations, photographs and black and white line art. Nearly all are in lossless, PNG format. As of Friday, 12/12/2008 there are 23,907 images.
anonymous

This Exquisite Forest - 10 views

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    An online art project developed by Google, this site is a place for digital storytelling through pictures, not words. Students can work collaboratively to create a short animated story, with each animation building off the previous branches. Students can create their own seeds & invite others to grow a tree with them. Before students can create their own seeds, they do have to contribute to an already existing tree. If a student does not feel they can express their words with an animation, think about having the students pair up. Have one student become an author & write an outline of the story, while the other student draws the animation of the story.
Dean Mantz

Tech Learning TL Advisor Blog and Ed Tech Ticker Blogs from TL Blog Staff - TechLearning.com - 11 views

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    Technology and Learning provides list of Top 10 sites to create digital art.
Heather Hurley

4Kids.org - 0 views

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    Fun interactive games for students to use. Both math and language arts.
Clif Mims

e-Learning for Kids - 2 views

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    fun and free learning on the Internet for children ages 5 - 12 best-in-class courseware in math, science, reading and keyboarding
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    Gail Braddock describes e-Learning for Kids as "free e-courses for kids all around the world. This site has engaging and interactive courses for kids in online safety, computer skills such as using Google, typing, and core subjects like language arts, math, and science. Most of the courses are for elementary school-aged children, and involve dynamic avatars, and are highly interactive."
Dean Mantz

Explore, Play, Discover: Websites & Activities | Exploratorium - 23 views

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    Museum of science, art, and human perception provides hands-on activities, online exhibits, articles, and videos.
Jennifer Dorman

How To Use An Apostrophe - The Oatmeal - 28 views

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    Terrific resource for students to learn when it is appropriate to use the apostrophe.
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    This one is great, but be careful if you go to the home page to see what else is on this site. Many not appropriate for children.
Zane Education

Zane Education - 0 views

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    ZaneEducation.com is an ondemand educational video subscription website providing over 1,000 online videos to cater for the requirements of the K12 curriculum. All videos are subtitled to aid in the improvement of each students reading literacy level. Each video is accompanied by am interactive quiz to test the student on what they have learnt from the video they have watched. This website provides an excellent resource for homeschooling and homeschool students and will save money on the amount that homeschoolers often have to spend on textbooks. The K12 curriculum subjects subjects catered for include Art, Music, Literature, Maths, History, Geography, Science, Biology, Social Sciences, Library Skills, Health and Religious Studies. Zane is a name well established in the education market having previously published over 250 CD-ROM titles which are in use in schools and homeschools across the country. Their online service at www.zaneeducation.com now supercedes their PowerCD CD-ROM titles and offers great value for money.
Vicki Green

Into the Book: Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies - 0 views

  • Into the Book is a reading comprehension resource for K-4 students and teachers. We focus on eight research-based strategies: Using Prior Knowledge, Making Connections, Questioning, Visualizing, Inferring, Summarizing, Evaluating and Synthesizing. Your class can watch our engaging 15-minute videos, and try the online interactive activities.
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      Would like to see this site!
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