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Welcome Josh. Have you tried Alice and Scratch for programming? There are some amazing art tools, from the Chicago Art Institute you can make your own art portfolio . You can also design your own medievel tapastry here

Here are other neat art options:
Google Sketchup (download) http://sketchup.google.com
ArtPad http://artpad.art.com/artpad/painter/
Mark Kistler’s Imagination Station http://www.draw3d.com/lessons.htm
Viscosity http://windowseat.ca/viscosity/index.php
Flash Paint http://www.flashpaint.com/

Here are some neat digital imaging options:
Digital Imaging:Scrapblogs http://scrapblog.com
Graphita http://www.graphita.com
Photobucket http://photobucket.com
Bubbleply http://www.bubbleply.com
PhotoStory (download)
SmileBox http://www.smilebox.com/
Befunky http://BeFunky.com
Mix book http://Mixbook.com
Flauntr http://Flauntr.com
Lunapic http://www.lunapic.com/editor/
Pixenate http://pixenate.com/
Making Panorama Pictures http://www.clevr.com/

Photoshop Express Online https://www.photoshop.com/express/index.html

I've got tons of other suggestions, there are some good free webpage developers and of course good blog editors. Let me know if you'd tried any of the above sites? or are going to try them in the future? and let me know how they turn out. N
Hi Nancy, thanks for sharing all these. My students and I like working with images and although we have used some, I had not used many.
I haven't used a lot of them but we have used some. I have issues with the time it takes to learn to use some of these products and for what outcome. I only see my students one full day a week so we make the time the kids are with us count. I suggest a lot of these sites to look at at home.
Hello to everyone from the SW, Kansas area. I'm an aspiring elementary teacher taking classes online, working full time as an SID/ISS teacher an at intermediate school, wife and a mother of three girls that keep me busy with their activities all week/year long.
I worked with k-3rd grade ESL students for 7 years and loved it. Now I'm trying to get my teaching certificate so I can get my own classroom.
Welcome to Classroom 20, you'll learn a lot here. Good luck with your transition into the classroom. N.
hi,
I'm Crissy Roberts- I teach 7th grade Earth Science at Nauset Middle School. I'm excited to learn from everyone!
Welocme, you will learn a lot here.
Good luck with your new adventure and welcome to Classroom 2.0!
Hi Everyone!
I'm teaching in Reston, VA, 5th grade gifted/talented classes. Lots of fun!
With my three sons and our two dogs, life is busy, of course. I'm currently applying for a doctoral degree in educational technology.
I'm just introducing blogs to my 5th grade students who are using it basically as posting, but not much discussion so far.
Great to find such an interesting place to 'hear' what other teachers are thinking about.
Hey, Lisa. I've taught gifted kids for 25 years and I love my work. You can see all we've done in the last few years here. Our student blog is here, and my website is here.

Join us at the Gifted Education Ning-- http://giftededucation.ning.com
Hello. I'm Katherine, a former (very former) English teacher in the state of Washington. I now work for a technology company and am tasked with getting involved with our education customers and product groups to see if I can, uh, er, enhance the relationship. :)
Cheers!
--K
Hi everyone. I'm a school library media specialist in an independent Pre-K to 8th grade school. I am also in grad school for my Master's in Library Science. I am looking for ways to use 2.0 in our library. I am also working with teachers to teach 2.0 and looking for how other schools are doing professional development in 2.0. Right now I am preparing a training for teachers on tagging and social networking. Any tips or threads on that here?

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