Moodipedia is an student created/student created online encyclopedia of student created knowledge. It brings together all subjects and incorporates various digital media. Either click on terms in the tag cloud or type any word to the left in the Search window and you will be taken to the many things Moody students know.



FAQs

Q: What is a WIKI?

Q: What do I have to sign before I am allowed to use the wiki?

A: Download this document, print and sign it (although ask your teacher, they might have a copy of it for you)




Q: What can you put in your wiki



A: Almost anything as long as it is approved by your teacher first


Well off course you can add words also known as text.



You can add an image from your computer or from the internet like this

http://www.henrico.k12.va.us/MS/Moody/
http://www.henrico.k12.va.us/MS/Moody/




You can create a moving slide show like the one below


This album is powered by BubbleShare - Share your baby pictures




You can record with GarageBand - put into iTunes and then load into Podbean.





You can embed a Google Earth file in your site





Embed a Vodcast: it's a podcast with video added. This was done by a 4 year old





Embed Movies








Embed your own Comic Strips






Embed Your Powerpoint








Tag information with "meta-knowledge" creating cross-curiccular connections.
  1. 2-d
  2. 3-d
  3. abstract
  4. american
  5. american artist
  6. artist
  7. asymmetrical
  8. balance
  9. civil war
  10. color
  11. colors
  12. contrast
  13. cubism
  14. curved lines
  15. diagonal lines
  16. direction
  17. elements
  18. emphasis
  19. equal
  20. eye
  21. form
  22. geometric shape
  23. georgia okeefe
  24. horizontal lines
  25. illusion
  26. landscape
  27. length
  28. light
  29. line
  30. movement
  31. nature
  32. negative space
  33. neo dada
  34. neo-impressionism
  35. new york city
  36. newyork
  37. night café
  38. norman rockwell
  39. norman rockwell museum
  40. ocean
  41. oil paintings
  42. okeefe
  43. old corner house stockbridge historical society
  44. organic shape
  45. organic shapes
  46. oriental poppies
  47. outlining
  48. pablo picasso
  49. painter
  50. painting
  51. paintings
  52. paul dustave dore
  53. paul gaugin
  54. paul gauguin
  55. paul gustave dore
  56. pearl harbor
  57. pennsylvania
  58. photgapher
  59. picasso
  60. piet mondrian
  61. plantior
  62. pleasing
  63. pop
  64. pop art
  65. portrait
  66. portraits
  67. position
  68. positive space
  69. potrait
  70. potraits
  71. powepoints
  72. principles
  73. prism
  74. proportion
  75. radial
  76. radial balance
  77. rainbow
  78. readymades
  79. realistic
  80. rectangle
  81. red canoe
  82. red hills
  83. regionalism
  84. relationship
  85. repitition
  86. rhythm
  87. sculpture
  88. shape
  89. space
  90. starry night
  91. symmetry
  92. texture
  93. the three musicians
  94. unity
  95. value
  96. van gogh
  97. variety
  98. vertical lines
  99. vincent van gogh
  100. zigzag lines