Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Good Intentions

I always have the best of intentions when I sit down to work on the blog. I cannot for the life of me figure out what the best venue for an art teacher is. It seems that everyone is on facebook these days, including me. I want the site to be accessible to everyone but I also want it to be super easy to post pictures to, as that is after all my main purpose for a school site. It is difficult on a blog to do day-by-day play-by-play posts. If I use facebook there is no access at school. Do I drag everything home and do it?
These are the questions I am struggling with.
I will let you know how it goes...


Blogger Libby said...

I, too, am looking for the right venue for creating a classroom blog. I am trying to figure out what the students will be easily able to interact with, and where I can easily post pictures. I also need to figure out what sites I can access at school, which I hadn't originally thought of. You blog looks great, hope you continue!

9:07 PM  
Blogger David Reyes said...

This is not spam comment. I hope you can take the time to read this

I'm glad I found this blog. I wanted to email you but I couldn't find an email on your blog.

Ive come to the conclusion that I want to get into teaching art(specifically for kids).

The problem is that I graduated with bachelors degree in media arts and animation. Just another way of saying computer animation.

Anyway I love art and have found myself doing caricatures from theme park to theme park and have lost interetest in 3d. Looking for a little direction as far what I need to do to get into your profession. Any help would be appreciated. You can email me at wizzardblitz@netzero.com

thanks- David R

1:16 PM  
Blogger hughesphoto said...

you can post immediately from a smart phone to your blog and you can network them all through flick'r. I used to write and post to flickr a lot, however, I don't anylonger since I started teaching. There are some relatively seemless ways of doing this, a smart phone may make it easier. You could photograph the work, then upload it to your blog site through your phone, then inport into your blog from a computer. You can set up your phone to photograph, post with your writing and all from your phone, without using a home computer too. Hope this helps.

12:14 PM  
Anonymous canvas prints said...

i agree eveyone is on facebook these days and that blogging should be higher rated i think.

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Anonymous shane said...

linkedin group can work to solve your problem it will be really helpful for sharing your thoughts with all over

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