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Re:[teacherartexchange] Art Education 2.0 - Using Technology in Art Classrooms


From: Marta Pinto (marta.martapinto_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Apr 15 2007 - 13:19:21 PDT

Hello Judy,
This is Marta, the Portuguese art teacher who has already joined "Art
Education 2.0".
As you commented on my "arted20" page, the post I published about
"Tape Sculpture" was here I learned about. It has been a surprising
week. Here in Portugal in 5th and 6th grades there are two teachers
giving art class. In the school I work I first showed the two links to
my colleague and she was so surprised and excited that we decided in
5minuts to do the tape sculptures with our students. Then I posted on
my blog ( the links and the next day
during class I took groups of students to see them, while my colleague
staid in class making one sculpture as example. This very day I
emailed another colleague from school the links to Mark Jenjin's work.
The next day in school two other Art teachers were enthusiastic about
doing the sculptures.
I have begun doing them with my classes. I hope to share some of the
pictures with all here and at "arted20".
As I have said to you before, I have suffered a relevant upgrade as a
art teacher after joining the Getty list. Thank you all:)


Subject: Art Education 2.0 - Using Technology in Art Classrooms
From: "Judy Decker" <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 09:59:29 -0400
X-Message-Number: 2

Dear Art Educators,

This new "community" set up by Dr. Craig Roland may interest you.

Art Education 2.0:

Copied from the web page:

Are Education 2.0 is for art educators at all levels who are
interested in using digital technologies to enhance and transform
teaching and learning in their classrooms. The aim of Art Education
2.0 is to provide a safe and comfortable environment in which its
members can pursue shared artistic and educational goals. Through the
technology tools, forums, projects, and resources offered through Art
Education 2.0, we intend to promote effective art education practices,
encourage cultural exchanges and joint creative work, and support
technology-enhanced projects and activities deemed important by our
members. To join Art Education 2.0, sign up for a free Ning account
and then log into this page. Once you've joined, you can participate
in forums, blogging, photo and video sharing, and RSS. We welcome
newbies as well as experienced technology users.
I found out about this on Dr. Roland's blog:

You might also want to check out Webby Awards:

Craig has a blurb about them on his blog.


Judy Decker

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