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5 Task Apps for Visual Thinkers Most productivity tools and reviews focus on very linear, left-brained thinking. What if you’re a visual thinker and looking for a tool that suits your needs? Pen and paper, a massive whiteboard, or post-it notes can work for the right-brainers out there, but they’re also not necessarily very practical in this digital age, where you might need to access your tasks on the go, keep notes and track progress on them, or share them with someone else. Features to look for: 26 Free (or Free-to-Try) Content Curation Tools Content is still king, but it isn't always practical or cost effective for marketers to produce brand-new, meaty, thought-leadership level content pieces on a regular basis. That's where curating content can come in handy. Content curation offers a nearly limitless method of fueling your inbound marketing efforts. Unearthing and sharing the quality content of others allows you provide your audience fresh content on a regular basis to serve any interest, industry, or market.
Teaching World Culture Through The Visual Arts — The Center for Global Studies All curricular resources devloped from this workshop can also be found on our K-12 Curricular Materials pages for Elementary, Middle, and High School levels. List of presentations Using the Wild Wild Web to Learn about Art Henry Pisciotta Students Googling an artist or art form are typically swamped with sales hype, hobbyists, and obsolete information. How do you find the good stuff? Ditching Evernote? Check Out 5 Free Web Clipping Alternatives Perish the thought. Why would you ditch Evernote? The one de facto tool that can take care of capturing, annotating, tagging, and organizing all the information that’s out there. If I am sounding too gung ho about this software, I am definitely not alone. Evernote has lots of uses to crow about.
19 Amazing high school art teacher blogs, websites and social media profiles The Student Art Guide is on the lookout for the best high school art teacher blogs, social media profiles and art education websites. Below is a list of the gems we have found. The best art teacher blogs and personal websites 5 Best Free Personal Wiki Software Here are 5 free personal wiki software that let you create your own desktop wiki, and keep notes. 1. Linked Notes One of the free personal wiki software that you can use to organize your notes is Linked Notes. It is a free desktop wiki software that will help you make your notes synchronized and chronologic as you prefer it to be. Whenever you have difficulties organizing different notes that you have, Linked Notes will be a great help.
Five websites every art teacher needs ⋆ felt-tip-pen With the Art exam season now in full swing, I thought I’d dedicate this post to five fantastic websites providing excellent exam support resources. These are some of my favourite online exam resources for art students and teachers: Tate Exam Help – this resource covers only some of the current exam themes, but the ones that are on there are covered really well. It’s great to find a site with commentary linking the artists’ ideas to the theme and to one another, and I love that it introduces me to artists and works I didn’t already know.art2day – a fantastic resource for finding fine artists and photographers to inspire students or link the their individual projects. There are sections focused on different media which you can browse through, or there is a search function (though you have to donate to the site to gain access to this). And of course there are the resources on felt-tip-pen aimed at helping teachers support their students which I also think are pretty good!
The Quick & Dirty Guide to Personal Wikis Personal wikis were a big fad for productivity geeks for a while, but that seems to have toned down a lot through 2008. Wikis are still incredibly useful, and can make you more productive. You can think of a personal wiki like a bit of a catch-all binder. Whether you want to manage personal information, use it as a freelance web-worker, or to manage your corporate work, this article will introduce you to a few of the options out there and kickstart you with some ideas for getting productive using your wiki. Personal Wikis You Can Use
20+ Must-Attend Education Conferences for NJ Teachers Summer 2018 Edition With lesson planning and grading on the backburner, summer remains the ideal time for teachers to invest in themselves and learn something new. It’s one of the few opportunities that teachers get to fully indulge their own passion for learning without the competing priorities that come with classroom teaching responsibilities. To help you seize this summer’s learning opportunities and simultaneously grow your professional learning network (PLN), we’ve compiled a list of local and national conferences where you can advance your professional practice. Think about how you might incorporate these primarily free and low-cost workshops, conferences, and trainings into your plans for summer trips to the Shore, extended book reading, and other relaxation activities!
8 ways OneNote is better than Evernote Every time I’ve tried Evernote it has been a disappointment. OneNote is far more flexible and feature-rich. Of course, both Evernote and OneNote have multiple different app versions that vary in features and quality across each operating system and platform. Because of that variance, OneNote on Windows Phone 8 may be better than Evernote on Windows Phone 8, or Evernote on Apple’s iOS may be better than OneNote on Apple iOS. For the sake of simplicity, we’ll mainly look at what would be the most powerful OneNote and Evernote clients; the Windows Desktop versions of both apps. Both OneNote and Evernote have apps available on Windows desktop, Windows 8, Windows Phone, Android, iOS and within any web browser.