When you’re cookin’ up a great lesson with YouTube, you can chop & purify it!

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When you are using YouTube in class or for presentations, no one needs to know that you watch cat videos in your free time. You can purify your YouTube clips with ViewPure. Another great strategy for using clips with your students is to chop them and only show what you want. Use TubeChop for this.

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Art Standards and Resources

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The standards we currently use for art at AAS-Sofia are the Washington State Art Standards.

Additional resources can be found here at the National Art Education Associate site and also on Edutopia‘s site here.

There are numerous excellent resources for art available on the web, including the Google Cultural Institute. There are several clips about it on their YouTube Channel here, including a clip below which will walk you through how to best use the site.