Arts and Technology Network

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The Arts & Technology Network creates a community of people who are interested in the role of technology and the arts - including dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts - in learning, and therefore helps educators connect, collaborate, and share best practices.

The Arts & Technology Network works to recruit and support educators who use technology to enhance learning IN the arts as well as THROUGH the arts, making explicit connections between arts and technology standards. This group is an arena for members to share resources, ideas, and examples of work they and their students have produced.


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Latest Discussion Posts

  • This year, is the 25th anniversary National Poetry Month.  During the month of April, it is our opportunity to celebrate the importance of poets and poetry in our culture. During this time of uncertainty and great concern, we can rely on poems to offer ...

  • Wow! That is a cool collaboration! Thanks for sharing! ------------------------------ Betty Nordengren Other ELL Teacher BENJAMIN SCHOOL DISTRICT 25 ------------------------------

  • Thanks for sharing this resource!  Putting in our first order now. ------------------------------ Jessica Christianson Curriculum Developer/Specialist/Director Arts, Culture, Tech Curriculum Specialist Sitka School District ------------------------- ...

  • Hi everyone, I wanted to share that Apple recently released additional free professional development for educators.  In addition to the free Apple Teacher Badges you can earn, you can now earn a badge for your Teacher Portfolio.  All of the PD and resources ...

Announcements

  • ISTE Arts STEAM Power Webinar March 24 6pm


    The ISTE Arts & Technology PLN will host a free Webinar looking back at one year of virtual STEAM Power on March 24, 6pm EST. We'll be celebrating the 1 year book anniversary of ISTE's STEAM Power with author Tim Needles and people featured in the book. The panel of educators and professionals will reflect on the lessons learned in virtual and hybrid teaching using projects from STEAM Power and what's in the future. Read More