Create a curriculum that evolves with our changing multimedia landscape.
Moving toward technology integration doesn’t
mean discarding traditional art-making processes.
Technology can complement what you already do
and create learning opportunities for students.
The reality is that learning and
applying new technology takes time.
Discuss with your school administrator the importance
of infusing technology into all areas of the curriculum.
Check out this list of grants to help you get the
technology you need:
Take charge of your own learning and develop a PLN (Personal Learning Network)
Art Education Blogs:
Art Education Yahoo Group:
Make a habit of checking regularly—
it’s a great place to discover practical
uses for technology in education.
Build Teaching Tools
Find teaching resources for you and your students
on YouTube (
youtube.com), Vimeo (Vimeo.
com), and Slideshare (
Web Tools and Resources (tinyurl/108Tools)
Wix: website builder (
Glogster: multimedia interactive (
Aviary: image editor (
Art Babble: art videos (
Learn one new tool this year and
apply it to your teaching. No
one can learn everything at
once. Take baby steps and watch
your stride get longer with each
new integrated tool.
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April 2011 SchoolArts