HOW TO USE ARTOPIA WITH YOUR STUDENTS • Enter the site through “My Portfolio” • Sign up for a Teacher Account. Then you will be able to: View your students’ data Read your students’ notes on the artworks Have your students set up accounts under your name Upload student artwork to the online gallery (see submission guidelines under Teacher Guide). • Explore! Try starting with an art card: Click on the Painting Building on the Artopia home page. Click on Be an Art Critic in the Painting Lobby. Click on Interactive Gallery. Click on the first painting on the top left, the Lascaux Horse. This painting has an art card feature. There are 12 art cards in the Painting Section. Click on the art card icon. Open the art card by clicking on Read Bio. Click save to collect the card. Click on My Portfolio in the menu bar at the top to view your collected art card. Choose My Cards to view your collected card. Click on Painting at the bottom to return to the Interactive Gallery. • Write! You can write about any of the artworks and save your notes: Click on the Sculpture Building on the Artopia home page. Click on Be an Art Critic in the Sculpture Lobby Click on Assemblage and Soft Sculpture Click on the bird in the upper left corner (“Bird” by Alexander Calder). Click on the “Do More” tab at the bottom of the page. Select “Write About It.” When you are finished writing, select “save.” Click on My Notes in the top menu bar to read your notes or click the back button. Try writing a Compare and Contrast or posting a message. • Interact! There are interactive elements in every section. To find them click on the “Studio” section in each of the lobbies. • Learn! In the Be an Art Critic section you can also take a closer look at one artwork and learn how to compare and contrast. • Get to know some artists! Click on “Meet an Artist” to watch videos of artists at work. • Watch a movie! Click on “One-Minute Movie” for a very fast animated art history lesson. • Click on E-Art Card and email an artist to a friend! • Enjoy Artopia – and use the “Contact Us” page to let us know what you think.