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Do you need free, high-quality, diverse classroom and student images? This free site is just for you! EDUimages provides a library of photos taken from seven urban schools that primarily...more
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Do you need free, high-quality, diverse classroom and student images? This free site is just for you! EDUimages provides a library of photos taken from seven urban schools that primarily serve multicultural students and low-income families representing modern classrooms. Images cover all grade levels from PreK through high school. Search the site by keyword, or browse through the collections divided into grade levels, subject area, and more. Download using the links provided; included with each image is all copyright information. The photos are free and licensed under Creative Commons attribution and require appropriate attribution.

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Bookmark this site for professional use and share it with students whenever using images for class projects and assignments. Be sure to discuss how to use and attribute images within their work properly. Use these images on your class web page, in newsletters, or in slide presentations. Many of the images also work well for use with creative writing projects. For example, display one of the interesting images on your whiteboard or share it with students in their learning space to use as a writing prompt. Ask students to include the image on a simple webpage created with Telegra.ph, reviewed here, then write a short story based upon the picture.

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