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Technology in the K-12 Art Classroom

Here are some helpful technology tools that artists can use to learn more!

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Use a Document Camera!

Use a Document Camera!

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Use a document camera!
Document cameras allow students to see what you are doing. Teachers can take students step by step in learning specific drawing and painting techniques while students are mastering these skills at their desks. Great tool!!!!!

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How Technology is Moving Arts Education Beyond the Classroom

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Art Classroom 2.0

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