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  1. Caine's Arcade


    from Nirvan Mullick Liked 4.4M 13.9K 721

    I went to buy a door handle for my car, and met this 9 year old boy, who had spent his summer building this elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad's used auto part store. Caine dreamed of…

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    • One Plastic Beach


      from Hiatus Digital Liked 181K 1,618 29

      Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang have been collecting plastic debris off one beach in Northern California for over ten years. Each piece of plastic Richard and Judith pick up comes back to their…

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      • Supervising Devices with Apple Configurator


        from Randy Saeks Liked 13K 17 7

        This video builds on the previous video looking at how you can use Apple Configurator to supervise devices and install applications, settings, and documents onto the device.

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        • Elementary Musical


          from Tricia Fuglestad Liked 1,418 3 1

          The Elements of Art need to come together when an artist thinks about a compositional design. This intentional and thoughtful process inspired my students to sing and dance (of course). Here is a…

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          • Let's Play Checkers - First Let's Make Them!


            from Theresa Gillespie Liked 202 2 1

            5th Grade students at Washington Elementary created a checkers set. They hand crafted checker pieces and painted a checker board. They enjoyed their creativity by spending an entire art class playing…

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            • Underwater with Doink and iMovie


              from Tricia Fuglestad Liked 1,525 4 1

              This screencast tutorial demonstrates how to make an animation in Doink on the iPad with a green screen background, then import it into iMovie and create new effects. Learn more here: http://drydenart.weebly.com/1/post/2012/11/using-doink-and-green-screen-in-imovie.html

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              • A Student Named Art (Rough Cut)


                from Miriam Sachs Liked 2,598 4 1

                There is a student named art in every classroom across the nation.

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                • Connected Teaching: Developing Your PLN


                  from Jeanne Bjork Liked 98 4 0

                  I created this video as a part of a grad class on developing your personal learning network. All of the artwork in the video belongs to the students I teach at Pewaukee High School.

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                  • Angry Pancakes Tutorial: Unit 1


                    from Apex HS Art Liked 5,751 4 0

                    First Tutorial

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                    • Use a Google Form to gather Artsonia Artist Statements


                      from Teaching Palette Liked 932 2 0

                      I love Artsonia's artist statement feature. However, I am not willing to spend hours typing my student's hand-written comments. Instead, use a Google Form to quickly gather typed statements…

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                      • Glowbella


                        from Tricia Fuglestad Liked 474 1 0

                        This little animation example demonstrates using avatars to create a "Clark Kent" version of yourself http://www.amctv.com/madmenyourself/ and a superhero version of yourself http://www.ugo.com/games/superhero-generator-heromachine-classic. Then…

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                        • Arte in 3D - Arcimboldo - Autunno


                          from DrawLight Liked 916 6 0

                          Un progetto 3D sul famoso pezzo d'arte di Arcimboldo, Autunno. Questa animazione è stata realizzata anche in stereoscopia (3D con gli occhialini). Per maggiori informazioni www.drawlight.net

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