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Mind Mapping Software - Create Mind Maps online Pinlet Magic - Pinlet Magic 5th grade Dolvin families and MKSA readers - I am proud to announce that this blog (featuring the amazing work of Dolvin student artists) has been nominated among many outstanding Art Ed blogs for 2013 Art Ed Blog of the Year! It is quite an honor to be listed among such a talented group of art professionals - please take a moment to click the link below and vote for us, Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists! You can vote for more than one, so choose any of your faves - shout out to another Fulton county art teacher nominee Laura Kim at "Art in the Big Green Room." Please vote by midnight on Friday, Feb. 7. Thank you, and keep reading below the link to find out why I think this blogging thing is so cool: Here are the top three reasons I continue to blog as an art teacher... 1. 2. 3.
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GIMP : les meilleurs sites de tuto et autres didacticiels Donc voici ma sélection de tutoriels francophones et anglophones pour The Gimp : En anglais En Français Proposé par mes lecteurs fr.tuto.com Bien sûr, il y en a une tonne d’autre sur le net mais je me débrouille déjà pas mal avec ceux-là lorsqu’il m’arrive d’utiliser Gimp. Je vous avouerais que malgré ma préférence pour les logiciels libres, comme j’ai commencé à apprendre à utiliser Photoshop au départ j’ai du mal avec l’usage de Gimp (même si L’interface des dernières versions est devenue quasiment un clone de Photoshop). Comme d’habitude, si vous en avez d’autres à proposer, laissez les dans les commentaires et je les rajouterai.
elements of art My previous post gave you a preview of a project for my Studio students. Here I am going to share a bit more how I am going to work to incorporate some Common Core into this unit, as well as more details of what I hope to accomplish with this unit. Now, I know some of you may think that this project I want them to do is a little elementary, and to an extent I agree, but let me explain why I am starting off a little "easy". I have not had this group of students since 6th grade, which was my 1st year of teaching. When I taught them, I did not really touch on the elements and principles very much. As I said in my previous post, I will be utilizing this Art Talk textbook for Studio Art. Goals: By the end of this unit, students will be able to… · Identify the purposes of art. · Identify sources and ideas that lead to artistic inspiration. · Name the six elements of art · Identify the principles of art · Explain how subject, composition, and content relate to works of art Teaching Calendar