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Re: [teacherartexchange] Techies-- I need help


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Aug 21 2006 - 16:08:06 PDT

        The projector and laptop are a must. I assume you have a digital
I got a lot of miles out of shooting the students engaged in work and
them at parent teacher conferences. It's almost like getting the
parents and
other staff members into the classroom with the kids. As for a few
in the classroom, it can be a real distraction. I prefer taking the
entire class
to the computer lab if that's possible.
Here are examples of pics the parents might see:

On Aug 21, 2006, at 4:13 PM, wrote:

> Netters,
> I know Diane Gregory has a wealth of classroom technology
> experience and so
> does Judy Decker. I have spent the evening browsing in all our old
> archives
> to get our members comments on what technology to integrate into
> the art
> classroom. We are prehistoric at my school (except for the
> computer lab/ tech
> dept. which has it all) Outside of an overhead, VHS and monitor
> and two
> "dinosauric" computers that are not worth much when it comes to
> graphics, we have
> little else. I even bought my own scanner/printer and CD burner.
> What would you suggest that we get IF we had the bucks. I know I
> want an LCD
> and laptop. Or are there better options? I am 'dum-dumb" about
> this stuff.
> Marsh

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