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1 Teaching Resource VeniceArts.org Studio Tutorials - Part 1: Overview
The Venice Art's Studio is the user's very own personal workshop. This is where a Venice Art's member customizes his/her profile, create work, post blogs, and completely customize their user experience to your own liking.
2 Teaching Resource VeniceArts.org Studio Tutorials - PT. II: Express
This section explains how to use the site's blog feature and how to integrate blogging into your workshops, including some sample activities.
3 Teaching Resource VeniceArts.org Studio Tutorials - PT. IV: Create (2/2)
This explains how to edit elements of individual pieces of work such as the title and description of a piece.
4 Teaching Resource VeniceArts.org Studio Tutorials - PT. V: Communicate & Explore
This is a tutorial for the "interests" page, and our "what do you see" feature. Declare your Interests! Become interested or disinterested in topics that relate to our core programs. Hint: Cool things happen when you declare your interest in something, so encourage students to do so!
5 Teaching Resource Coachella Community Profile
This is the community profile created by the California Endowment describing the health issues and priorities identified by the Coachella community. It may be useful for those doing background research on the community in preparing to implement projects in Coachella.
6 Teaching Resource Posting FLIP Video to VeniceArts.org
This is a quick tutorial on how to post FLIP videos on VeniceArts.org.
7 Teaching Resource TOE 2010-11 Curriculum
This is a curriculum developed for the Robert Ho Foundation.
8 Teaching Resource 發布到項目庫 Posting to the Project Library
This provides instructions on how to post tutorials on a private project library.
9 Teaching Resource ArtPartner Release of Liability [English]
This is the form (in English) that Venice Arts uses at its ArtPartner sites. Its content relates to Liability, Image Use (use of a student's image, likeness, or voice, as well as of their art), a student's use of the Venice Arts website, and related.
10 Teaching Resource ArtPartner Release of Liability [Spanish/En Español]]
This is the form (in Spanish) that Venice Arts uses at its ArtPartner sites. Its content relates to Liability, Image Use (use of a student's image, likeness, or voice, as well as of their art), a student's use of the Venice Arts website, and related.
11 Teaching Resource Help us test the Venice Arts online library
Here's a guide to what's in the library and how you can use it. Your feedback on these items is greatly appreciated.
12 Teaching Resource Why this guide?
We created this guide to illuminates the central differences between handing a child a camera, and investing in the creativity and critical thinking of the next generation of young image-makers and storytellers.
13 Teaching Resource Venice Arts Overview
Over the course of two decades, Venice Arts has evolved into a media-based art education, training, and presentation organization. Our mission is to ignite youths' imagination, mentor their creativity, and expand their sense of possibility through high quality media-based education programs.
14 Teaching Resource How to Use This Guide
This resource reviews our educational model and outlines some of the key principles that guide our work. This resource also outlines our unique curriculum, for those interested in on-going, community-based art mentoring programs.
15 Teaching Resource Our Approach
We believe that there are a number of benefits to mentoring through the arts, particularly if you work with youth from families with limited economic resources, or who live in neighborhoods that have multiple challenges.
16 Teaching Resource Core Curriculum
Our core curriculum is built upon the five learning pillars shown in this teaching resource.
17 Teaching Resource The Learning Arc
In this learning resource, we lay out how we think of each cycle at our program as representing a learning arc, beginning with introductory knowledge and skill development and resulting in the editing of work for a final exhibit or screening.
18 Teaching Resource Using a Virtual Learning Environment
We encourage you to consider how to best integrate the web into your own programs, both to build technology skills, as well as to showcase student work.
19 Teaching Resource List of Sample Forms
This resource is a list of sample forms we offer that are available upon request.
20 Teaching Resource Frequently Asked Questions
This is a list of frequently asked questions that an educator or director may encounter when engaging in an art mentoring program.
21 Teaching Resource Venice Arts Curricular Guide
The Venice Arts Curricular Guide presents a model of linked mentoring and education. This is the downloadable print version of the online version available at http://www.VeniceArts.org. Written by Lynn Warshafsky.
22 Teaching Resource Library Item Creation Guide
In this section, I will walk you through how to post a new item in the Venice Arts' library.

 
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