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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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.
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".
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.