Yes, it was me! I LOVE glogster & all you can do with it! I also use http://www.nga.gov/kids/kids.htm
with my students quite often (don't forget, a SmartBoard is supposed
to be interactive, & not just a whiteboard for presentations! Let the
students manipulate the board objects whenever you can!). Jeopardy
games, among others, are always fun - just google them & you'll come
up with a ton of pre-made games that all you have to do is alter the
information to suit your purposes. I haven't done this yet, but one of
my goals is to take a famous artwork (think Seurat's Sunday in the
Park - I know, not the exact title, but it's been a tough week & I'm
already brain dead!), separate the images via Photoshop, & have the
students recreate the painting. I think it would be interesting for
discussion on perspective& balance for students to decide if Seurat
was successful or if the painting would be better balanced visually by
rearranging the figures.
On Feb 23, 2011, at 8:59 PM, play2cre8 wrote:
> - I love glogster (thanks to Michal a year ago?) and create more
> glogs for presentations than using Notebook - ISSUU to share
> documents/images, VoiceThreads...
> I also use Visual Thesaurus, MindMeister, Prezi, Education Eye -
> and I have really enjoyed resources from the Met -
> On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 10:34 AM, Rebecca Burch
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hi, friends!
>> I just got a Smart Board. I am pretty excited about it, although a
>> little overwhelmed with all the information I've gotten about it.
>> Is anyone using one in your art classes? What are your favorite
>> resources/ lessons?
>> I teach Art grades 6-12.
>> Charleston Catholic High School
>> Charleston WV
>> Rebecca Burch
>> http://flavors.me/rebeccaburch >>
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