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Re: [teacherartexchange] Art Website


Date: Sun Dec 17 2006 - 09:20:19 PST

I have web site and I think it promotes the art work and the art department. I also think it's great your principle wants to include your students work on the school web site. It might initially be more work in the beginning but if you set it up right just adding photo's of art work should only take a short time each month. If you're give passwords and such you can even do it at home.
I take digital pictures of students works anyway just so I have a record of what we've done every year and some of the more notable ideas. Those are what you add to the site. And it's fun to share with fellow teachers. I have even had people contact me for student teaching because of my site.

Heres mine

>From: Tammy Morin <>
>Date: 2006/12/17 Sun AM 07:52:21 CST
>To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group <>
>Subject: [teacherartexchange] Art Website

>I am hoping to get your professional opinions on something I am pondering.
>My administrator recently asked for the art department assist our tech
>person with creating an art website for our school. He suggested that we
>research other art sites in our quest. At first I was put off thinking, here
>is more work to do that I don't have time for.
>A few months back I took a web design class and created a website my
>school's art department. I am pondering if I should use it. My concern is if
>I supply it will appear that they can just give me more work and I will do
>it. My friend also a teacher said I should definitely use it. That I created
>it for my school and what good is all the work I did if it is not being
>I do like the site I created and would like to share it but don't want to
>leave the impression that hey here I am give me more work.
>Any advice would be helpful.
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