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NFL Logo History: Miami Dolphins vs. Green Bay Packers

Today we are starting a new series!  We are going to take a look at NFL logo history.  Each week we will examine two different NFL team logos.  We will explore old NFL logos, colors, and history.  Hopefully, there will be football to watch this season while we go through this...we'll see! Let’s get started! 

 

 

NFL Logo History: Miami Dolphins vs. Green Bay Packers

Finding the BEST online program Webinar Replay

WEBINAR REPLAY! Which is the best online design program? Find the right fit for your classroom!

Welcome to the replay!

This webinar is associated with a sale running at DigitalArtTeacher.com that will end on 8/25/20. Check it out before it's gone!!!

Below is the cheat sheet mentioned in the webinar. The 30% discount and super-special free gift mentioned was only available to attendees, but all the links mentioned in the webinar are available in the cheat sheet.

 

 

Interested in the DAT membership, but still on the fence? Here is what are saying about us:

"I didn't have any background in digital arts. I tried to go on YouTube and find lessons- there are millions of them! But these lessons are very easy, very basic, very step-by-step. They have been a godsend to me!"

- Vicki Van Matre,
High School Graphic Design Teacher

 

Planning for Technical Failure: Paper Photography Assignments

There is nothing quite like the panic that you feel when you find that all your hard laid plans have been wasted by...

 

 

 

Planning for Technical Failure: Paper Photography Assignments

Planning for Computer Failure: Paper Graphic Design project ideas

Your plans ran short today? You have a class full of students who finished a project early and don’t know what to do? You have a computer lab which suddenly only has half of the computers in operation? Your country has suddenly shut down due to a deadly virus and now you must completely change your plans and figure out how to teach 30 students from your computer at home?

 

 

Planning for Computer Failure: Paper Graphic Design project ideas

High School Syllabus Design for Digital Photography and Graphic Design

So...what, exactly, does a digital photography or graphic design course syllabus look like when:

 

 

 

High School Syllabus Design for Digital Photography and Graphic Design

Back to School Checklist to Prepare for School this fall

Back to school is likely not a popular notion right now, but for many of us, it is around the corner and I believe there are some things that need to be addressed before we jump into...whatever the fall is going to look like.

 

The “get ready for school” checklist:

  1. Go through my last blog post with the reflection questions for this fall.

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ALSO, we'll be hosting a FREE webinar all about getting this fall semester started off on the right foot with a REVIEW of all the FREE design and photography editing softwares out there in late August.

We'll discuss some of the most popular online softwares and which one might be best for you and your students' situation this fall. If you're interested, click below to register!

Register!

 

Get your Back to School Checklist to Prepare for School this fall

5 reflection questions for teachers to set yourself up for 2020

I am sure that at this point in the summer, you are sitting in your lawn chair, relaxing with a nice glass of sweet iced tea (at least, that’s what my picture of relaxation looks like…). I don’t want to take you away from your relaxation, but I thought that now might be a good time to do a little end of year reflection.

 

So let’s dive into each of these questions in turn:


1. What was challenging about “social distance teaching”?

 

What was challenging?

Until you can pinpoint what really made the last quarter of last year hard for you, you won’t be able to look forward into the next year with any resemblance of optimism or excitement.

 

 

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Famous Mexican Photographers of the Century: Why documenting society is important

It’s time to complete our series on Latino Photographers. Most of this series was focused on Mexico Photography, but we did have one gentleman from Chili.


Eunice Adorno
Eunice Adorno

While Eunice Adorno started her career as a photojournalist, it wasn't long before she switched to long-term documentary photography.

 

 

Famous Mexican Photographers of the Century: Why documenting society is important

Mexico Photography: Graciela Iturbide

Graciela Iturbide was born in Mexico City, in 1942.  She was born into a wealthy, catholic family, and was the oldest of 13 children.  Her only exposure to the art of photography was the pictures her father took of her and her siblings. Iturbide’s first career choice was to be a writer, but because of her family’s conservative viewpoints, she wasn’t allowed. 

 

 

Mexico Photography: Graciela Iturbide

Chile Photography: Sergio Larrain

Sergio Larrain was born in Santiago, Chile, in the year 1931.   His family was very wealthy, and his father was an architect and art collector.  Art surrounded him in his home, but Larrain didn’t spend much time admiring or studying it.  Instead, he was a shy boy, who spent a lot of time by himself.

 

 

Chile Photography: Sergio Larrain