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Katherine Bolman, PhD commented on Ryan Goble's group World History
"arthistoryworlds.org might interest one or another of you. My strong suggestion is that if you start to read one of the units have paper and pencil at hand and write down the answer to the questions. Try it and I would love to hear from one of…"
Nov 25, 2012
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Dorsett Davis's discussion Free Reign in Social Studies in the group World History
"Doreett, most of arthistoryworlds.org seems to be working so give it a try. Australia is not working so skip that one. Meet Katherine seems to be working. My one request is that you keep in touch with me. bolmanedd@hotmail.com is the best email at…"
Jan 8, 2012
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Dorsett Davis's discussion Free Reign in Social Studies in the group World History
"I am delighted to hear from you. I hope that the site will be up soon. I hope that the site will be up soon and we can talk about it at that time. It is a pleasure for me to hear that you would include arts in almost every class you teach. If…"
Jan 6, 2012
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Dorsett Davis's discussion Free Reign in Social Studies in the group World History
"I would love to add the history of the art of the time your students are studying. Or how about assisting them in researching the artists of the time. At the age of 70 I went back to school to learn web design and then learned iWeb which Apple is…"
Jan 6, 2012
Katherine Bolman, PhD commented on Nina Dibner's group Advisory Teachers
"I am no longer teaching in the classroom. I am worried about the potential loss of art and art history. I went back to school when I was 70 to learn web design so that I could start a course in art history. ahaafoundation.org is the website with…"
Aug 27, 2011
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Advisory Teachers

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Aug 27, 2011
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Aug 9, 2011
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Elizabeth Peterson's discussion Get to Know Each Other... in the group Arts Integration
"You might find the web site I am creating ahaafoundation.org helpful. I am redesigning it so some links are not there.   If for some reason you are sent to a different page google Katherine Bolman or write me bolmanedd@hotmail.com I think you…"
Aug 7, 2011
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Ryan Goble's discussion LESSON PLAN: AIOC Two Figures (Menhirs), (grades K–12) in the group Art & Visual Cultures
"What a neat sculpture!  I understand form wandering around the web tonight that you are interested in a more active history class. I am creating a site in the history of art and architecture around the world. ahaafoundation.org Meet Katherine…"
Jul 31, 2011
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Jul 13, 2011
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Jul 3, 2011
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Ryan Goble's discussion TV SERIES: Terry Jones' (Monty Python) Medieval Lives in the group World History
"Great idea and Ryan would you consider changing so you are looking at me instead of off the the heavens."
Mar 26, 2011
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Ryan Goble's discussion LESSON PLAN: Real vs. Virtual: Examining Works of Art Online in the group Art & Visual Cultures
"I know that this is not what you are looking for and please take a few moments to look at http://www.ahaafoundation.org/AHAA_HOME/1.Introduction_new.html Click on Meet Katherine to find out about me. At the age of 70 I went back to school to learn…"
Mar 14, 2011
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Frank W. Baker's discussion EXHIBIT/ESSAY: Photography As Art-Three Who Made A Difference in the group Art & Visual Cultures
"Thank you so much! I get so focused on a website which is to be a course in the history of art around the world (ahaafoundation.org that I forget to go to museums myself. I used to live in NYC and give tours of the Met for doctors from other…"
Feb 5, 2011
Katherine Bolman, PhD replied to Ryan Goble's discussion VIDEO: Painting on the iPhone (New Yorker Cover) in the group Art & Visual Cultures
"As a former New York resident I love your video clip. Just lovely!   I have no idea if you will be interested in the work I am doing and I wish you would take a look and get back to me. ahaafoundation.org is the site. The mission is to create a…"
Jan 18, 2011

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What is your connection to education?
Afterschool Educator, Author, Artist
What subjects do you teach / specialize in?
Art and Art History
What 5 essential pop culture artifacts (CDs, DVDs, Books, Images, Toys, etc.) would you have on your desert island?
Computer with Internet connection.
A kindle with 200 books loaded
Music on the computer and an iPod
A group of people interested in discovering what it means to be a 21st century teacher
The computer should be an Apple loaded with software

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At 12:15am on January 21, 2011, Ryan Goble said…

KB, 

 

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At 5:50pm on November 17, 2010, Jasmine Tyler said…
Sorry, I've been displaced from my classroom for a couple weeks for some repairs and neglected my correspondence. I would love to develop a slide show dealing with art representative of specific cultures and time periods. I teach a variety of cultures and times, but generally tend towards Existentialist literature based on the texts I inherited from the previous teacher.
At 12:02am on October 4, 2010, Anne Williams said…
still not working - okay there's a back door that I use. Go to Google images. Type in "Dawn on the Ural River" One of the early pictures should be of a red sky and people ice fishing in front. Click on it - it's one of mine - go to the page it comes from and then to my total page "Anneinkzland".
At 12:01am on October 4, 2010, Anne Williams said…
I'm getting annoyed - I don't know why links can't add th same for all programs - GRRRRRR



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At 12:00am on October 4, 2010, Anne Williams said…
ok - the link isn't showing.

At 12:00am on October 4, 2010, Anne Williams said…
Yeah, MacPro - I just replaced my first with another one. I'd certainly love to part of what you're doing. I don't know how much I can help just now. Besides teaching 6 courses in an international school in Albania, I'm working on my Masters in International Education and taking 2 on-line courses this semester and 2 more next.
But, I do have a lot of good photos that I've been taking during my travels - including lots from museums and galleries. You'd be more than welcome to any that you can use. Here's a link to a small selection on my Picasa page I'm particularly fond of classical art and architecture.
At 7:31am on October 3, 2010, Anne Williams said…
welcome, good to see you're another "apple" lover.
 
 
 

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