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Assessment resources. How to Curb Questions and Empower Students with Anchor Charts - The Art of Ed. TipsToResizePhotosForContests. Genius Professor Turns His Classroom Into a Giant Pinhole Camera. Annotated Bibliography Lesson Part 2. Pottery Wheel Rap. Shultz Photo School - Get the 7-Part [Snackable] Photo Course FREE! A Trick To Staying Calm All Day Long. Keeping a calm, unruffled temperament makes classroom management easier.

A Trick To Staying Calm All Day Long

It effectively removes excitability, which is a major cause of misbehavior. It makes you more likable and worthy of trust. It gives you leadership presence and allows you to build effortless rapport. But for many teachers, it’s also easier said than done. In fact, the harder you try to stay calm, the harder it is. Objectives, Aims, and Outcomes... Oh My! In our data-driven educational landscape, the use of measurable objectives/aims/outcomes have become somewhat of a norm.

Objectives, Aims, and Outcomes... Oh My!

Have you ever delivered an exquisite lesson, where your students are on point, and in walks an administrator to observe.


How to Use A Scaffold for HSC Visual Arts. When it comes to HSC Visual Arts there’s lots of ways to practice and prepare for your exams, but the extended response can be a bit of a tough spot.

How to Use A Scaffold for HSC Visual Arts

Even if you know you want to memorise an essay, or just go in with key points, knowing how to actually write your response is the most important factor. SHONA SCULPTURE with Stalin Tafura from Zimbabwe. The Nyanhongo show at Gallery Sur "The Process" Agnes Nyanhongo, Shona Stone Sculptor, August 2012. The nanny who took thousands of photos of daily life. Publicly, she was a children's nanny.

The nanny who took thousands of photos of daily life

Privately, she was an avid photographer who captured more than 100,000 images. But Vivian Maier's decades of work remained hidden - until her negatives, prints and 8mm films were sold at a thrift auction in Chicago in 2007. Now, a documentary film - Finding Vivian Maier - looks at her intriguing and remarkable legacy. One of its directors, Charlie Siskel, spoke to BBC Radio 4's Today programme about the woman - the street spy - who captured fascinating moments of daily life from the 1950s to the 1990s.

Finding Vivian Maier is released in the UK on 18 July 2014. All images ©Vivian Maier/Maloof Collection. Audio interview by Tom Bateman. Related: Vivian Maier photography website Today programme - BBC Radio 4. Light Stalking Cheat Sheet Thanks - Kent has helped thousands of photographers like you, with his various best-selling books.

Light Stalking Cheat Sheet Thanks -

He has an incredible teaching method. It's simple to follow, easy to understand and never boring. 3 Ways To Use Color To Make Your Photographs, Just Awesome! Image by Unsplash FREE BONUS: If you want to really enhance your portraits so you can understand the ways to use color, then download our free Portrait Photography Cheat Sheet.

3 Ways To Use Color To Make Your Photographs, Just Awesome!

It’s packed full of useful tips you can apply right away! Download it here. Have you ever found yourself in the situation when you’re taking a great shot, but feel like something is missing? From Idea to Finished Form - Ceramics Monthly. Tips for Learning How to See Photographically. Open your eyes: learn to appreciate the wonder that is all around you The camera is definitely a tool that can be used to capture moments in time, and record memories for posterity.

Tips for Learning How to See Photographically

However, the potential is there for so much more than that. If you think of the assembly of plastic, metal, and electronic gadgetry you hold in your hands as a paintbrush, and the world around you as paint, then untold possibilities await. Look at ordinary objects in a new way One way to investigate this idea is to use your camera as an instrument, to turn the ordinary and mundane aspects of life into something unique.

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Wksp%201%20Rubrics%20and%20Checklists. Finally! Research-based proof that students use cell phones for LEARNING. Photography as a Performance. Volume 9, No. 2, Art. 38 – May 2008.

Photography as a Performance

Visual ethnography: Using photography in qualitative research. Involving children and young people in the development of art-based research tools. The use of photography as a qualitative research tool. Research articles.

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2016 World Conference - Music Ministry by Pacific Mission Field Choir. Tahiti. Research. Resources for writing. How To Give a Constructive Critique in Street Photography. (Above image copyrighted by Fred Herzog) To become better in street photography (or anything in life), it is essential to get honest and constructive criticism.

How To Give a Constructive Critique in Street Photography

However the problem with the internet nowadays is that our attention spans are short, and the majority of the comments/feedback we get on our Facebook/Flickr streams include phrases such as, “Nice shot!” , “I love the light!” , or my personal favorite “What camera/lens do you use?” Critique Portfolio Pro - Photo Critiques and Discussions. How to Critique For consistency you should always use the Critique Template to write your critiques.

Critique Portfolio Pro - Photo Critiques and Discussions

A critique should be thorough, honest and helpful to the receiver. Try to explain how the image works for you using either the free critique format or the structured format (see template). Thoroughness means using at least 160 words per free form critique or 4x40 words for the structured critique. Standards Based Grading - PHS Visual Art Department. Reflection Rubric. Looking: Ten Times Two : Artful Thinking.

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Seesaw. The art of curriculum design. Art of ed. Tell your story. Embrace the shake. Ceramics. National art standards. Digital photography. Aperture. Art and science. Character. History of photo. Love this. Good ideas. Art and music. Art video clips. Oeil pour oeil - Lucia PIEHI. Videos for ceramics. Nceca. Painting with light. Tech resources. Pinhole photography. Photography.

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Stone carving artists. Lino - Sticky and Photo Sharing for you. Lightroom. Peace. Jewelry ideas. Glass. Printmaking. Resources. Kids projects. Other items. Encyclopedia of Earth. How Your Camera Gets in the Way of Creating Great Photos. I am the kind of person who loves nothing more than to read a new camera manual back to front.

When the Canon 5d MK3 came out the manual was over 200 pages, YUM! It was the thickest Canon manual yet, heaven! I love my kit and I love finding out how it works, what cool tricks I can do with it and what every single button does plus custom settings, autofocus modes, etc. I still use film (and digital of course), print my own work (which I keep detailed records of) so you can see that I am a solid tech nerd. 10 Tips to Help You Grow as an Artist in Photography. A Post By: Stephanie Huynh Over the past few days, I’ve thought about what’s helped me become a better photographer over the years. Nikon D3100 / D3200 / D3300 - DSLR Fast Start with John Greengo. Reading Skills and Strategies for Students. One of the things students soon realize about college is that they must learn most things on their own, and often, this requires them to locate resources outside the classroom.

This is not a foreign idea for those accustomed to finding a tutor in working math problems or writing essays; but, when it comes to asking for help in reading and comprehending a textbook, students are sometimes hesitant to reveal any difficulties they may be experiencing. We all know how to read, right? It’s just a matter of concentrating and re-reading until we get it, right? Wrong. This is a misconception, and it is common. Becoming acquainted with the academic resources of a campus is vital to one’s success, and self-study is key. Allt möjligt.