Thursday, December 15, 2011

Paper Slide Videos

Do you know about Paper Slide Videos? Paper Slide Videos are a quick, low-tech way to create a video. Students and teachers can use them to create projects based on specific themes they are learning in class. They also make great assessments! Google this idea and you will not be disappointed.

Here is a PSV I made today with another art teacher in our Technology Leadership Forum. I love learning new ideas I can apply in my classroom instantly. We made this in about 1/2 an hour and it is a short biography of Jackson Pollock. What do you think? Would you use this idea in your classroom?


  1. Your PSV is a great teaching tool, and I'm sure you had fun making it. Yes, I think I'd use one one in my classroom. I can imagine I'd get involved in thinking of cool and colorful backgrounds, and of course I'd love making the little clothespin character of my favorite artists I'd introduce, like Klimt, Picasso, Kandinsky, Stuart, and even Faith Ringgold, to name a few. How many have you made? What are the other artists you featured? How did your students like it? My kids would love it. I teach preK -5th.

  2. This is just a practice one that I was learning about in a class. It really is too wordy! They are supposed to be a fun, FAST, way for students to share their knowledge on a subject. I usually do my technology integrated art lessons at the end of the year so I am hoping to try these out with my students then. I think it will be a lot of fun and I am sure I will post them here when we are done :)


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