I am going to be working on tools and teaching tips for online education. I worked for Florida Virtual School for three years teaching AP Art History, Honors Art History and Creative Photography.
My AP Students scored higher than the Florida Average Means and just a fraction below the Global Average Means Test AP Art History Scores. I returned to the classroom in November of this year at North Marion Middle School, Marion County. I have created a lot of content over the last few years, and used technology to communicate, collaborate and share with students, families and teachers. I hope this helps.
I am creating a slide series with resources for teaching online that will be sharable, it is a work in progress at the moment. For now, I am posting some tools I think can be helpful for my local community teachers and those abroad as well.
This first video introduces using Screencasitfy a Google Chrome browser plugin. It is useful with Google Drive, YouTube among others.
Things to think about with your educational practice:
What is simple yet effective, easy to share, i.e. seamless, versatile and useful.
What can be utilized and shared via computer and phone, tablet, email and text?
What can be embedded like this slide series below, in your own hosting platforms and on teacher websites or in your virtual classrooms?
Can you edit, hybridize, share and use for yourself and others, via multiple devices and for content delivery with your students?
Can you access via the cloud, rather than relying on your local computer hardware or phone, tablet, etc,,,?
Any questions or requests for content, let me know, again, I am here to help!
Here is the link for this slide series below direct, click and go:
“God knows our situation; He will not judge us as if we had no difficulties to overcome. What matters is the sincerity and perseverance of our will to overcome them.”
Art Educator, Professional Photographer, Journalist. Alumni: