Art History Inspection

5 Feb

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If you’re teaching children about digital citizenship, how to examine resources or even art history, check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Faking It.  This app presents photographs to students and ask them to determine if each has been photoshopped or if they are looking at the original image.  Full of great information and primary source documents, this app is great for sparking discussions and encouraging students to think critically.

Have students alter their own photos with this Common Core align lesson plan!

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