iPads in the Art Classroom
Started on Oct 18, 2011 by epictraveler
Last post on Aug 17, 2015
My school now has class sets of iPads that can be checked out and used by our teachers. Just curious if anyone has any suggestions for Apps or other helpful uses for iPads in the art classroom?
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imagiNATION 10/19/2011 at 04:28am
I just got one (only one, no class set but hey, work with what you are given right?) this weekend but have been doing some scouring and found a few that I think are going to be essential thus far.
Dragon Dictation: Dictates what you say. I think this is going to be awesome for my Kinders and taking assessments as well as to help students organize artist statements and/or critiques.
Art Authority: Costs $10 but has a pretty comprehensive stock of art images categorized by time period, place, or subject.
Common Core: More for you than the kids but...all the new standards at your fingertips!
MrsMatthews 04/06/2012 at 09:10pm
Moms ABEX NY for Abstratc Expressioninsm
colour uncovered for colour theory
Khan Academy for great discussion on art works
Are all great apps
Art gallery of NSW just released a great App on contemporary art from the Kaldor collection including Christo, Carl Andre, Gilbert and George etc.
MrsLee 08/17/2015 at 05:41am
I used Stop-Motion Animation Workshop - National Film Board of Canada presentations with the Stop Mo Studio ap., it was successful. In three forty five minute classes the grade nines each made a short film. Next year I'll make it part of the sculpture unit and take more time.
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