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Social media transforms AP Art Studio classroom

Candice Shelbrack

As one AP Art Studio student's work sits in the corner of the board, the student's presentation having finished, the other students critique the piece on social media.

Candice Shelbrack

As one AP Art Studio student's work sits in the corner of the board, the student's presentation having finished, the other students critique the piece on social media.

Candice Shelbrack, Media Editor

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Texts, tweets, likes, fans, instagrams.  It’s hard to keep up with it all.  AP Art Studio teacher Suzanne Zimmerman is following the trend though.  Using a web site called Today’s Meet, Zimmerman has her art students present their artwork orally in front of the class, while their peers critique the art work online.  Clarion was there to capture the lesson plan on video.

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Social media transforms AP Art Studio classroom