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Let the Students Set the Rules

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Is this a crazy idea? I have found it very effective. I usually spend a substantial amount of time the first class creating rules with the class. It starts the students thinking , bonding, and taki...

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Mia's infographics are amazing resources. This classroom management tool is especially useful for those new to student voice. Here you find a flow-chart of steps to make the rule setting process efficient and the outcome a set of classroom expectations created and owned by the kids.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, August 23, 2013 9:53 PM

What happens when you ask the students to help set the rules for the year? More buy-in, ownership, asking students to think the first day, bonding of the class, responsibility...I am sure you will come up with more. Are you concerned about asking your students to do this? This infographic will provide many suggestions (a total of 27) that will walk you through the process, beginning with "The Why" and then moving to "The How."

Kathy Lynch's curator insight, August 24, 2013 5:42 PM

Nit just the why, but the HOW. Thx Beth

KB...Konnected's curator insight, September 16, 2013 3:36 AM

I have found that students will reinforce the rules with each other when they have actively participated in creating them. Just have to make sure that they do it respectfully. This is a win-win for everyone.

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7 Tenets of Creative Thinking

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Guest blogger Michael Michalko explains that everyone is an artist and that it takes belief and persistence to nurture this quality. He offers seven principles about creative thinking that he wishes he'd known as a student.

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Very down-to-earth approach: I like that in today's edu-buzzword cacophony.

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Christa Wojo's curator insight, July 7, 12:00 PM

My favorite tent is "creative thinking is work." Being creative doesn't mean you have frequent moments of genius or insight out of the blue. It's a process of learning constantly, being resourceful with your knowledge, and being open to using it in novel ways.

Charlie Dare's curator insight, July 7, 11:10 PM

Interesting comments by

Marshall BarnesFounder, Director of SuperScience for High School PhysicsSome of these I agree with in regard Edison and 1000 failures before finging a light filament and worthy of a read in his Paranovation blog~Especialy his claims to producing Video Rock early on~
Gary Harwell's curator insight, July 11, 12:39 AM

It shoudl be our Mantra to teach Cretive Thinking skills to our students everyday.

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Intrinsic Motivation for the Classroom

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Bring on the i. I just finished reading several books about intrinsic motivation. None of the research is new, so why aren't we incorporating intrinsic motivation into the classroom more? Here are ...

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More Mia please. No one matches her content or style in giving us great pedagogical tools.

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Agisa Abdulla's curator insight, June 21, 11:44 PM

authentic learning can happen with intrinsic motivation

Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, June 27, 2:34 AM

I love this break down! Which motivation technique inspires learners  the best? Can both be meaningful and why? Which technique do you feel Common Core applies most heavily?

Raquel Oliveira's curator insight, July 2, 7:01 PM

ahhh...esse tal MOTIvo para AÇÃO... vale a pena conhecer mais a respeito para auxiliar os aprendizes a encontrarem o seu próprio caminho: interiormente ou exteriormente ?


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Blogging as Pedagogy: Facilitate Learning

Blogging as Pedagogy: Facilitate Learning | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
Blogging should not be an add-on, not an isolated project, but should be seen as PEDAGOGY. Ann Davis shared a definition of Pedagogy beyond a  simple "method of teaching" (unfortunately I was not a...

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It's this...and so much more!

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Javier Antonio Bellina's curator insight, June 9, 7:05 PM

Los Blogs como herramienta pedagógica

Margarita Saucedo's curator insight, June 17, 11:03 PM

Un buen medio de comunicación

Tina Jameson's curator insight, June 19, 7:53 PM

If you are looking at 'blogging' as a possible classroom tool / strategy to use with students - then this infographic and accompanying 'blog' advice could be useful. 

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Co-Browse Any Web Page Instantly with Surfly


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This looks like another great collaboration tool for my students; certainly deserves a closer look.

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Rosemary Tyrrell's curator insight, June 3, 8:13 PM

A new app that lets you surf the net collaboratively. 

Vince Hill's curator insight, June 7, 6:21 PM

This is cool!

alexislucas's curator insight, June 9, 5:56 AM

de mémoire ça ne marche pas bien car cela souffre de lags et se révèle contre-intuitif

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Text Effects

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Tuts+ teaches creative and technical skills across many topics to millions of people worldwide. We offer tutorials, articles, news and insights that help you take your knowledge to the next level.

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Great resource for all!

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Willemijn Schmitz's curator insight, May 7, 3:15 AM

goede voorbeelden

Evelyn Lacanienta's curator insight, May 8, 2:13 PM

This looks like a fantastic site. I will try to definitely explore this summer

JM - Axioma WebLab's curator insight, May 13, 8:46 AM

Amazing guide for create outstanding text effects, great article for designers.

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Yippee! The Getty Adds Another 77,000 Images to its Open Content Archive

Yippee! The Getty Adds Another 77,000 Images to its Open Content Archive | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
Last summer we told you that the J. Paul Getty Museum launched its Open Content Program by taking 4600 high-resolution images from the Getty collections, putting them into the public domain, and making them freely available in digital format. We also made it clear -- there would be more to come.

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More open content, more high-res? I'm in Art teacher heaven!
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gwynethjones's curator insight, April 27, 10:02 AM

Thank you @GettyMuseum! I <3 Me some FREE Public domain images! 

USE THIS ATTRIBUTION!

Digital image courtesy of the Getty's Open Content Program

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The "Immeasurable" Part 2

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"What I’m trying to get at is that our school assessment lives primarily in the bottom left part of that graph, and that we rarely if ever get to the “immeasurable” stuff that resides toward the top right. To put it another way, we focus in schools on that which is quantifiable when, I think, our real value as places of learning rests in that messy stuff that isn’t."

By Will Richardson http://willrichardson.com/post/28626310240/the-immeasurable-part-2 (Read Part 1 too!)


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It's exciting to see the whole of education coming to grips with what art educators have wrestled with forever!

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The Evolution of Bloom's Taxonomy: Original to Revised to Digital

The Evolution of Bloom's Taxonomy: Original to Revised to Digital | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it

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I love the clarity of the digital verbs! I think the specific content of the "doing" might allow for a bit of repositioning in the  chart, but it's certainly a great starting point in analyzing the tasks and output of a lesson.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, April 4, 7:10 PM

Check out three versions of Bloom's Taxonomy in this visualization. It includes the original Bloom's, the revised Bloom's, and adds on the Digital Bloom's, which provides a range of suggestions as to how students may demonstrate each level. This is another visual that you may want to share with other teachers in your school.

Lee Hall's curator insight, April 7, 2:25 PM

It is interesting to see all of Bloom's side by side.

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Too Much Technology and Not Enough Learning?

Too Much Technology and Not Enough Learning? | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it

I was reading the book The Smartest Kids in the World by Amanda Ripley and couldn't help wondering what our schools would be like today if we were forced to teach without the technology (including co...

 


For example, we have all experienced the "app" mania and are sick of hearing, "Is there an app for that?"


Here is a new distraction: why don't we encourage students to use valuable time for "learning" through social media?


After all, they already spend hours of their time on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and myriads of other social media sites.



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Comment section is as interesting (and perhaps even more enlightening) than the article. A good read.

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SAMR Model - An Interactive Image

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TOUCH this image to discover its story. Image tagging powered by ThingLink

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Helpful content coupled with a dash of inspiration for the many potential uses of thinglink in my classroom.

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Melissa Marshall's curator insight, February 16, 8:06 AM

Here is a link to explain the SAMR model of technology in education. It goes from just swapping an iPad for a pencil, for example, to being able to do something that would have never been possible if the technology were not present. It is great for evaluating where you and your classroom skill levels are. 

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26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Discussion In The Classroom

26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Discussion In The Classroom | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it

"Meaningful conversation can make learning more personal, immediate, and emotional.

During meaningful conversations, students are forced to be accountable for their positions, to listen, to analyze opposing perspectives, and to adapt their thinking on the fly."


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This will be so helpful in our Socratic Seminars!

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 14, 10:11 PM

Some students find it difficult to engage in higher-level thinking. This post shares 26 sentence stems that may help students with participate in discussion and allow them to more easily engage in higher-level thinking. The prompts are split into the following sections:

* Clarifying

* Paraphrasing

* Agreeing

* Disagreeing

* Building upon

* Summarizing

The post provides a list of the prompts as well as an image. You might consider posting these on a wall or sharing a copy with your students.

David Baker's curator insight, March 15, 3:06 PM

Sentence stems are exceptional for helping students process thinking.  Sheltered instruction (SIOP) strategies are excellent for helping students understand and make personal meaning of learning.  Stems with a targeted purpose can help teachers to use them most purposefully.

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Content Curation: How To Help Students Learn, Discover and Make Sense of New Topics All By Themselves

Content Curation: How To Help Students Learn, Discover and Make Sense of New Topics All By Themselves | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it

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As our school begins using Understanding by Design, meaning making takes on much greater emphasis. This article is a great resource.

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Audrey's curator insight, March 21, 7:30 PM

Curating is about finding and selecting information in order to learn about a subject. Youngsters can be encouraged to do this  pre-school.  This motivational 21st century skill can be encouraged at home. with educational games toys and and books which stimulates interest.  For example children can learn about  science by interacting with Chemistry Lab; Horrible Science - explosive experiments; Newton's Cradle and Science Museum.  By the time they get to school they are already full of curiosity and ready to increase their knowledge.  Audrey curating for www.homeschoolsource.co.uk

Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, March 30, 9:27 AM

By Robin Good,

Here's a short first-hand report highlighting how an 8th grade social studies class teacher (Terri Inloes) has fully leveraged the content curation potential to let her students dive, discover and make sense of topics (in this case social reform movements) that they had not studied before. All by themselves.


Here the steps taken to make this happen:


a) By using the Question Formulation Technique, the teacher prepared pairs of photographs representing each of the reform movements, one picture dating back to the late 19th century, and another representing where that social reform movement stands in today’s society. 


b) After checking out all of the photos, students settled on the pair of pictures that most caught their interest.


c) They brainstormed and refined a set of specific questions, and then shared their thinking with the class. 

d) With the feedback received they selected the topic which they would curate. 

e) At this point students planned their research strategies. By using 5 different graphic organizers from the book Q Tasks, by Carol Koechlin and Sandi Zwaan, students were allowed to choose the one that they thought would help them the most in planning their keyword search strategies. 


f) Students were assigned WordPress blogs and provided basic instructions on how to use them to 

curate and publish their research work.


g) Discovery and real learning kicked in as students proceeded in collaborative groups to research and document their chosen topic. 


You can see some of the outcomes that this assignment produced right here:


General Conclusions

http://tmsredvotingrights.d20blogs.org/2014/02/24/conclusion-3/


Voting Rights Inequality

http://tmsredvotingrights.d20blogs.org/


Mental Health Treatment
http://tmsorangementalhealthcaretreatments.d20blogs.org/


Prohibition Acts

http://tmsorangeprohibitionacts.d20blogs.org/ 

 



A very inspiring example of content curation can be effectively applied in the classroom with impressive results. 


Highly recommended. 9/10


Thanks to Nancy White of Innovations in Education for participating, writing and reporting about it.

 Thanks to Robin Good for the fine summary in this insight.
The ideas here offer a great classroom challenge to students.{Monica}
Glenda Morris's curator insight, April 8, 2:57 PM

Important 21st century skills

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Tips on technology integration for apprehensive educators

Tips on technology integration for apprehensive educators | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
In my new role this year as a technology coach for the high school in which I work, I have found myself primarily involved in two separate but equally impo

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10 Characteristics Of A Highly Effective Learning Environment

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"Wherever we are, we’d all like to think our classrooms are “intellectually active” places. Progressive learning (like our 21st Century Model, for example) environments. Highly effective and conducive to student-centered learning. But what does that mean?

The reality is, there is no single answer because teaching and learning are awkward to consider as single events or individual 'things'..."


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Great scoop Beth. I love the goal of "intellectually active" classrooms.

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Gary Harwell's curator insight, June 17, 1:04 AM

Do we provide this environment

Henrietta Marcella Paz-Amor's curator insight, June 17, 11:15 AM

What are the characteristics of an effective learning environment? Read on...

Ruby Day's curator insight, June 18, 3:24 PM

These criteria really outline some solid  principles that should direct our planning and thus be evident in our learning environments. Principles such as: student enquiry, work readiness, personalised learning, flexibility, authentic and transparent assessment. I like the focus on critical thinking here :)

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6 Ways Color Psychology Can Be Used to Design Effective eLearning

6 Ways Color Psychology Can Be Used to Design Effective eLearning | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
Here're some ways in which you can use color when designing eLearning courses by taking physiological and psychological effects into consideration.

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Want to know more? Ask an Art teacher.

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Scott Holcomb's curator insight, June 13, 11:10 AM

Very interesting...hmmmm...

Deborah Banker's curator insight, June 13, 3:24 PM

OK - this might be great, but we have many color blind students.

Mary Starry's curator insight, June 14, 9:11 AM

I don't see color used very often on pharmacy webpages or handouts. Maybe we consider our subject matter as too serious to incorporate color.  However, color can help with learning. A key point here is to use bold, not bright!

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Does Losing Handwriting In School Mean Losing Other Skills Too?

Does Losing Handwriting In School Mean Losing Other Skills Too? | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
Learning to write by hand has learning benefits that could be neglected if too much focus is put on keyboarding.

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Scott Holcomb's curator insight, June 6, 1:44 PM

Interesting write up...I know my handwriting is much, much worse...but I think I'm faster in terms of communication via typing versus "handwriting..."

Marinhos's curator insight, June 8, 7:08 AM

Aorender a velha arte do manuscrito. Esse é um dos primeiros argumentos que muitos lançam mão para condenar o uso de computadores na Educação Básica . 

Aladin Fazel's curator insight, June 8, 8:34 AM

it's a good question!!

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What Teachers Need to Know about The New Creative Commons 4.0 Licenses ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

What Teachers Need to Know about The New Creative Commons 4.0 Licenses ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it

May 5, 2014
Creative Commons has recently rolled out its new 4.0 licenses and made it available for adoption worldwide. This is a fruit of two years of hard work to overcome some of the weaknesses that marked the 2011 version CC licenses .Some of the features and improvements included in 4.0 licences which make them easily shared and re-used include : improved readability and organization and common-sense attribution.


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Helpful and timely information as the lines between creation, curation, sharing and re-use become increasingly interwoven,

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, May 13, 11:10 AM

Creative Commons nuances copyright to make open educational resources a true avenue for distributing your intellectual and creative insights.  Bread upon the waters! 

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Look Up - a video that explores when it is time to drop tech

'Look Up' - A spoken word film for an online generation. 'Look Up' is a lesson taught to us through a love story, in a world where we continue to find ways t...

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a good reminder for all; well worth watching

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The Rice Process's curator insight, May 5, 6:32 AM

Insightful! Finding the balance is important.

malek's curator insight, May 5, 8:49 AM

“We don’t even know if anyone is listening, 
being alone isn’t a problem
let me just emphasise 
read a book, paint a picture, 
or do some exercise
you’re being productive and present, 
not reserved and recluse” 

Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, May 5, 2:46 PM

This is a great reminder to put down our phones and computers and relate to life. It is short, but impactful

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Google Tip and Tricks for Conducting Online Research Infographic

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At the Google Tip and Tricks for Conducting Online Research Infographic you will find crucial Google Tips and Tricks for conducting Online Research.

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Yes, it is the world's longest infographic, but who could expect the research resources of Google to fit anywhere else? Good stuff!

 

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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, April 24, 8:24 PM

This is a good infographic to add to your teaching and learning environment.

Lynnette Van Dyke's curator insight, April 24, 8:53 PM

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carldowse's curator insight, May 27, 4:17 AM

Very useful productivity tips for teachers and learners

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Reflection in the Learning Process, Not As An Add On

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Is it personality? Are some people born with it? Can it be learned? I am talking about REFLECTION. At the beginning of the week, I had the opportunity to be part of a workshop during our pre-servic...

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Visualizations rock! I wonder why I think that....?

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, April 3, 10:22 PM

As teachers we reflect on our practice. Do we ask students to reflect on their practice? Do we share with them why reflection is important in the learning practice?

This post looks at why reflection should be a part of learning. Learn about four criteria that Dewey considered in his writings on reflection. See two visualizations that explore reflection. The first (shown above) looks at various platforms that might be used to help students reflect (lots of opportunities to use technology here) and the second one expands the KWL chart to a KWHLAQ...which stands for:

* Know - What do I know?

* Want - What do I want to know?

* How - How will I find out?

* Learn - What have I learned?

* Action - What action will I take?

* Questions - What questions do I have.

This second chart provides ideas for the Where and How that are analog and digital.

This post is very comprehensive and has many examples of students reflections that range from Kindegarten through Grade 10. There is much to learn and explore so be prepared to take some time. 

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 4, 12:41 AM

There is a link with an article using Dewey's thinking about reflection and learning.

Helen Teague's curator insight, April 5, 11:41 AM

Sometimes reflection is considered a throw-away or close activity when there are a few extra minutes of classtime leftover. But Reflection is a key component of learning.

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8 Types of Learning Events You Need to Have in Your Classroom

8 Types of Learning Events You Need to Have in Your Classroom | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
A good eLearning course requires the right combination of learning events. But what are these exactly?

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eLearn or in the classroom, as we look for ways to engage with content, these events give us choices in the type of transfer we expect in a lesson. Valuable resource in my UbD journey.

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WEAC's curator insight, April 3, 3:29 PM

One of the best: 4. Exploration: It's the learner who has the initiative and takes control.

Javier Antonio Bellina's curator insight, June 14, 11:52 AM

Me gusta el concepto de "Evento de Aprendizaje". puede que con él, si es suficientemente amplio, se pueda resolver el batiburrillo de métodos, técnicas, estrategias, procedimientos, protocolos, tácticas, etcétera, con la que nuestros profes se enredan más y más.

Betty Skeet's curator insight, June 15, 8:00 AM

Learning events you need in your class.

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18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
'Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when we most need them, and creative thinking requires complex cognition yet is completely distinct from the thinking process.'

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...can't wait to explore this article with my students!

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KB...Konnected's curator insight, March 16, 8:19 PM

Share with students!

Rosemary Tyrrell's curator insight, March 17, 2:01 PM

This includes a list of things creative people do. Many of the things on this list we should all be doing - like making time for solitude. 

Lee Hall's curator insight, March 18, 12:44 PM

Give you and your students time to be creative.

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14 Little-Known Ways Students Can Get More Out Of Google - Infographic

14 Little-Known Ways Students Can Get More Out Of Google - Infographic | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
These days, so much of the research students do is of the online variety. There’s less time spent in the library, requesting materials, and reading through print journals. Online research enables students (and teachers) to get the information they need quickly and efficiently. But just because there is a lot of information out there, a …

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27 Simple Ideas To Stimulate Creativity (Infographic) - Edudemic

27 Simple Ideas To Stimulate Creativity (Infographic) - Edudemic | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
Sometimes you're just stuck in a creativity rut. Check out these 27 simple ideas to boost your creativity!

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and who can't use a creativity boost?

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Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, March 16, 2:11 AM

A bunch of down to earth advices to help you catch up and/or keep your creativity flowing. 

Maryalice Leister's curator insight, March 16, 7:44 AM

Appropriate when considering my personal creativity focus. Excellent visual.

Ness Crouch's curator insight, March 29, 6:05 PM

I love this infographic. What do you think about the ideas?

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Free: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Offer 474 Free Art Books Online

Free: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Offer 474 Free Art Books Online | Art Teachers Rock | Scoop.it
The Guggenheim had made 99 art catalogues available for free online, while the Metropolitan Museum of Art offers a whopping 375 free art books and catalogues overall. Download away. And tell a friend!

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A great resource from a site filled with great FREE resources. Dive in at openculure.com.

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Julie Palkowski's curator insight, February 7, 11:14 AM

There are also free audio books available within this site. Consider visiting this site and finding resources that may be helpful to your students. 

Claudia M. Reder's curator insight, February 8, 12:20 PM

Art catalogues online!  I used to love to collect these.

Teresa Roebuck's curator insight, April 14, 2:08 PM

This is wonderful!