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Animate with Mugeda
Create animations in the cloud with Mugeda. Pretty cool site!
Music… Art….Collage… by Erika Iris
Erika Iris is a talented collage artist. I saw her unique work on Colossal the other day and was really inspired. She creates portraits using sheet music & cassette tapes that are truly unique. Check out her website here. My student’s will enjoy seeing her creative process.
Free Google Conference Online
Google is hosting a free educational technology conference online on May 2nd from 12 to 10PM. This is an awesome professional development opportunity. Check out this List of sessions with times and the many Topics and presenters. WOW!
Windswept from Charles Sowers on Vimeo.
Windswept, located at the Randal Museum in San Francisco, is a large scale wind fueled sculpture that is just a visual, scientific, Kinetic, delight. Check out more of Charles Sowers work. Pretty cool!
Ever find a great website or blog and wish you could find others just like it? You Can! Just use WebsitesLike.
*Another comparable site that I previously wrote about on this blog is Similar Site Search.
CoSketch is a multi-client online whiteboard that allows you to embed maps into your background, upload your own images, draw and sketch a masterpiece with a friend, as well as the ability to embed your creations into a blog or website. NICE! No registration needed!
Ypix.me lets you share images immediately through a simple unique URL. Via… Makeuse of
If you don’t you should. Getting rid of multiple copies, less money for printing and paper are two practical reasons for using Google docs with your students. But, basically in my classroom Google Docs allows us, efficiency, student and teacher collaboration, online storage of files/images/video, interactive forms for writing critiques, online presentation creation without software, numerous brainstorming techniques, and 100’s of other unique possibilities that we haven’t thought of yet! Check out this recent article from Online Colleges “52 Great Google Doc Secrets for students” it’s awesome!
I wish I knew about Learnboost in September! Wow! It’s everything a teacher needs! Learnboost is a Grade book, Planner, Attendance reporting system, has sharable properties, aligns with Google Apps, and has powerful analytic tools within.
The Figge Art Museum has a great link with a wonderful collection on Grant Wood’s life and times. This is an amazing resource!
Navigating the Imagination with Joseph Cornell is a great site that I found out about from Hillary Andrlik @Hilland on twitter. It’s interactive, has video embedded within it, and is a wonderful study for students learning about Joseph Cornell.
Run to the post office and get the new William H Johnson Forever Stamp! It just came out on April 11th. “Flowers” by African American artist, William H Johnson is a colorful Still life painted on wood around 1939-1940. Read more at the US Postal Service’s Website. “Flowers” is part of the American Treasurers stamp Series.
Digital Scrapbooking with Wollage
Humanline is a free depository, library and community of downloadable images for the Arts, History and Science. Wonderful resource for educators!
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