Thursday, 22 August 2013

Classroom Computer Desktop Image = Sneaky Teaching Tool

I update our classroom's screen saver background every few days with a new painting, 
with a short summary of the artist underneath. 
I have found the children quietly "Googling" the artist to find more of their work 
and it makes this art teacher very happy! 

(The above was chosen by Tomas)


  1. I like the one with the stairs because it makes you think about how it's possible, but at the end you realize that the stairs never end.

  2. nice post, thanks for sharing.

  3. nice post, thanks for sharing.


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