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Art Education 2.0 is for art educators at all levels who are interested in using digital technologies to enhance and transform teaching and learning in their classrooms. The aim of Art Education 2.0 is to provide a safe and comfortable environment in which its members can pursue shared artistic and educational goals. Through the...
Art Education 2.0 is for art educators at all levels who are interested in using digital technologies to enhance and transform teaching and learning in their classrooms. The aim of Art Education 2.0 is to provide a safe and comfortable environment in which its members can pursue shared artistic and educational goals. Through the technology tools, forums, projects, and resources offered through Art Education 2.0, the intent is to promote effective art education practices, encourage cultural exchanges and joint creative work, and support technology-enhanced projects and activities deemed important by our members. Sign up is required but free.
This is a current, timely, and highly active Ning site for art educators from around the world. I have been a member of it for several years. My student teachers are encouraged to join so that they may access the wealth of information that is available and contribute their own ideas to the many groups. Currently, there are over 11,000 art educators communicating, sharing, and posting to this engaging resource.