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Re:[teacherartexchange] Teaching Online

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From: Diane C. Gregory (dianegregory_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Sep 18 2005 - 08:34:59 PDT


Hi Mark,

This sounds like an exceptional use of Blackboard! Do many art teachers in your
district and/or area or state use Blackboard?

Diane

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Quoting Mark Anderson <azorch@sbcglobal.net>:
> Yes, I've been using Blackboard for the past two years
> as a part of my regular class program, last year for
> 8th grade and this year for high school. I use it as
> (a) a single resource for informational items such as
> syllabus, contact, web links, assignment sheets, etc.;
> (b) an archive for my PowerPoint presentations, slide
> shows, and "where you can go to catch up on class
> discussion points when you've been absent;" (c) a
> limited amount of online discussion -- although I'm
> planning to increase use of this feature this year;
> (d) for my art|MEDIA and graphic design classes, I've
> used Blackboard as a place for electronic submission
> of final projects, both visual solutions and written
> reflections. I find that Blackboard and my own website
> compliment my in-class instruction in a fairly
> authentic way (most of my kids are expert at surfing
> the web, so this is a natural extension of their
> already proficient ability.) Also, I use Blackboard as
> a place students and parents can go to to link to
> regularly updated student "art galleries," especially
> for foundational art classes, AP Studio Art, and
> photography.
>
> Mark
>
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