FREE Original CLIPART for Kids, Teachers, Churches, Parents, WebPages - created by a professional artist A little about Phillip Martin Phillip has braved earthquakes and typhoons in the Philippines, survived malaria five times in Africa, faced a voodoo priestess in Haiti, and lived to tell about multiple bus, truck, and motorcycle accidents. It is Phillip's goal to visit every country on the planet; he's been to over 90 countries already! As a full time artist, Phillip draws cartoons for websites, paints murals in far off corners of the globe to brighten the lives of children, and does free lance work when it comes his way. He's won many contests and received many awards including a recent one where his art will be displayed in the James Thurber exhibit. He's a busy guy, but he always saves time to create new art and new presentations in PowerPoint format to freely share with teachers and kids around the world. When he's not traveling, Phillip makes his home in Ohio in the USA. A wonderful use of Phillip's art Google did a video about Phillip! A sharing note: My husband Don is a survivalist.
AudioBoo to Posterous: Audio Podcasting from the Classroom For a while now I've been using Posterous in class and in training sessions to help show teachers and students just how easy it can be to create a blog. (Basically, all they have to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title of the posting in the subject line and the text they want in the email along with and media as attachments and within minutes they'll get a link back to their published posting.) No, though with the combination of Posterous and AudioBoo, the process of publishing audio directly to the web within minutes has just got easier too. AudioBoo is a great free platform for publishing audio online. You can either go to their website and start recording straight away, or you can download a free app either to your Apple device or Android smart phone. Publish directly from the classroomI've found this really useful, particularly as I have the app installed on my iPad. Setting all this up is very simple. I hope you find them useful. Related links: Best Nik Peachey
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copyright free Activity 7: Fair use, copyright, and introduction to using images Welcome to our free professional development series on class and student blogging! This series consists of a range of activities that take you through the process of class and student blogging. While many of the class blog examples we’ve included are from primary grades, the same principles apply for class blogs regardless of student age (including adult learners). The activities can be completed at your own pace and in any order! The aim of this activity is to introduce you to the use of images and how to use them on class and student blogs. Click on a link below to go to the section you want to work on: Back to Top Introduction to copyright, fair use and using images in blog posts You can’t just use any image you like in a blog post. Why? I’m sure you’re probably thinking it is okay because as educators, we have a few more flexible rules, called “Fair Use”, to play by. So what does this mean? You need to: Here’s a list of websites you can use for sourcing images: Attribution CC BY Back to Top 1.
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