|ART + TECH + EDUCATION||
FotoJet is a excellent new Photo editing and creation tool that I just discovered. Edit images, create Posters, Social media headers, invitations and make easy collages with this sweet tool!
Canva has a great new online Photo Editor. It's a snap to use and allows the user to add filters, crop, rotate, flip, and adjust the lighting within your images. A must have for Art Educators & anyone who needs to adjust and edit images for websites, blogs and the classroom! Love it!
Canva is also known for its fabulous online Graphic design creation site as well, which I have previously blogged about. Here is a link to Canva's Graphic design site to easily create Ads,presentations, beautiful documents and social media presentations. Enjoy!
Imagine a visual Spreadsheet/database that is easy to use and visually thrilling. Imagine categorizing student artwork right in your spreadsheet by student names with written notes and links. Wow!
Airtable organizes all this and more. Airtable’s educational possibilities are endless. Airtable is available and applicable on multiple devices.
Listly is a visually appealing link, list, share and creation site that’s simple to use. Make gorgeous lists then embed and share them with others. Now your lists can be viewed as slideshows!
Images tell a story and Listly will help you and your students create shareable embeddable portfolios of images. I imagine using Listly in my classroom to teach or even tweet about Art History, research artist images, Museums, and explore periods in Art.
I also love that you can search for lists created by others as well. Check out their blog too!
Formative is an incredibly versatile online multi-device tool that instantly checks student understanding and growth. Make fast online exit slips, paperless assignments, polls, and get fast real time results that are easy to manage.
Within Formative, students can demonstrate understanding with images, text, and actually draw within the program. The quick feedback is what I love best! Check out their blog for multiple ways you can implement Formative in your classroom.
Did I mention it’s free for teachers & students?
Need a new quick accessible landing webpage? Instapage is a responsive easy to use webpage builder loaded with many drop and drag templates and optimized analytic features for an easy build.
Created basically for business, Instapage has awesome potential to be an educational builder as well. Use it for workshops, conferences, Art Show events, and Individualized units of study pages with students. Instapage has a free and paid version.
Create fabulous embeddable teaching images in seconds with Ezgiff.com. Use it for Art History images that move to drawing & painting demonstrations. Simply upload multiple photos to Ezgiff and edit with Ezgif’s online tools. Control speed, fading, color, size and add cool effects to your gifs. Both teacher and students will love this tool!
I just love this! Jeopardy Rocks allows it’s users to create sharable free online Jeopardy games.
Create study games for students or have students create games for each other. Sweet tool!
Stoodle is a versatile online whiteboard. Colorfully illustrate, write, upload images, diagram and teach using Stoodle. Save and share your online Stoodle classroom for later use. Teachers can use Stoodle for online office hours, review gatherings, and students can collaborate on assignments. Excellent tool!
High School Visual Art Educator from Rhode Island, Past President of the RI Art Education Association, Technology trainer for "RITTI"; RI Teachers of Technology. Painter,and jewelry maker.
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