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I love it when I find helpful websites.  So… I’m passing some along to you.  I gravitate to creative and inspiring sites, books and articles.  If there are any you think the Corn Dog Art creative community would benefit from, please send me a message (click contact in the menu) and share it.

(*If you use any of these sites with children, make sure you preview it.  If you click on the link you will be leaving www.corndogart.com.  I have no control over the content of these sites.)

 

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Websites for Teachers

 

Apps for Education

  • Kahoot.it online quizzes, polling, kids can ask each other questions, web based.
    Can upload pictures and kids can respond.
  •  Nearpod  interactive mobile presentations that teachers create and customize themselves.
  •  Socrative  is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational exercises and games via smartphones, laptops, and tablets.
  •  Show Me share tutorials and lessons on a white board screen
  • Explain Everything draw, annotate, record, play, and share presentations
  • Educreations create and share video presentations with your iPad or browser
  • Knowmia video presentations and interactive assignments that impact students both in and out of the classroom.
  • Survey/Anyplace allows you or your students to create surveys and analyze insights

    Sites that integrate visuals well -video, art, graphics, photos: (Some are free, some are subscription. If enough teachers will use it, your admin may obtain licenses for your district.)

  • Lucidchart collaborative diagrams, flow charts, layouts, etc.
  • Tellagami: Tellagami is best used to create animated movies which include user’s voice. Looks great for ELLs.  Users can create characters and a scene, add dialogue, save or share.
  • Pixlr  web based photo editing tool, variety of versions available
  • Scratch create stories, games, and animations to share
  • Haiku Deck  simple, fun presentations
  • Adobe Voice  storytelling that is fun and easy
  • Story Creator create beautiful storybooks- easy for primary grades
  • Stop Motion This looks like fun! Paint tools, themes, music, photos- you’ll be busy for hours.

    More editing and presentation Apps for education:

  • Citelighter research, organize, highlight, and save. Organize writing assignments, make templates,  allows for teacher feedback in progress, works with Google Docs
  • Baiboard: Baiboard is a service that allows real-time interaction among users with its feature-rich tools. Users can visualize, collaborate and share multi-page whiteboards. For the classroom teacher this can have many uses, as well as having students make their own presentations based on their research.  Baiboard is also available on Mac, iPad and Android.
  • Dragon Dictation looks good for ELL, it transcribes what you say- annunciation is the key!
  • Notability sketch ideas, annotate documents, sign contracts, complete worksheets, keep a journal, record a lecture, jot travel notes, or teach a class

Articles & Books

Art and Education Blogs

  • Education Closet, lessons and inspiration regarding integrating the Arts into your curriculum
  • Edutopia.org, all things cutting edge educational, with an arts angle
  • NAEA National Art Education Association

Fine Art Websites

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