[art_education] RE:Teaching Art using technology
Thank you, Bekka! and congrats on the ExCet! The program I use is not freeware, but it is not expensive. Here is the link: http://www.x-word.com/ I like it because I can do so many things with it. Great print puzzles and web ones. There is another program that is excellent for online activities called Hot Potato. If you are an educator you can download and use it for free. Here's the link for it: http://web.uvic.ca/hrd/hotpot/ You can see some of my projects that I made from it here: http://pottery.netfirms.com/quiz/cer_term_pop.htm and the first four links here and the seventh are done with hot pot:
http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/kmarquis/onlinequiz.htm I'm working on fleshing out the sites, then I plan to put the first 2 units or so on the web for free and sell the whole thing as a cd with everything a teacher needs to teach a class and rights to odify, use and make copies of any of it. Would you be interested in something like that later? Would you give me suggestions on what you would like to see? Talk to you later. Class now.
Introduction to Art -- http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/kmarquis
Ceramics and Pottery -- http://pottery.netfirms.com
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--- On Fri 02/28, Becca < MagicDancer@... > wrote:
From: Becca [mailto: MagicDancer@...]
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 05:03:44 -0600
Subject: [art_education] RE:Teaching Art using technology
Loved it! Where did you get your crossword program? Is it freeware? Did you
I'm just starting in the field. By the way, I got my results back from the
All Level Art ExCET exam (in Texas) and I passed! *happy dance*
> -----Original Message-----
> I'm new to the group. I'm an art teacher in Georgia and I've got a
> strong interest in teaching art using technology. With that in mind,
> I've created some teaching sites (always in progress) that I use to
> teach. I hope you can use them also. I love feedback on what I should
> add and what could work better. Enjoy!
> Introduction to Art -- http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/kmarquis
> Ceramics and Pottery -- http://pottery.netfirms.com
> Computer Art -- http://www2.fultonschools.org/teacher/marquis
> Photo Design I -- http://www.angelfire.com/art/andthings
> Creating a Class Site -- http://www.angelfire.com/space/teach
> Kerry Marquis
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- Thanks so much, Sue. The reason I started putting my work online was
because when I started teaching at the school where I am now, I was
hired a day or two after pre-planning started. I had a dirty, messy,
unorganized room and no materials. I had to start teaching 2 classes
that I had never taught before (as well as 2 that I was somewhat
familiar with) in 6 days. Yikes! I did not want that to happen to
other art teachers. I also started this because I found that students
were very motivated by using technology with art and I really saw a
need to light a fire for learning under some of them. Let me know if
you see things that need work on the sites. I know they are very
How about emailing or posting the lesson plan for that Zoetrope
design using Flash. I am new to Flash myself and am having a hard
time keeping up with my Flash students!