Saturday, November 8, 2014
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Although not an original idea by any means, this iPortrait lesson is still a fun one and one of my favorites. As more art teachers start to embrace technology in their classrooms, I thought it would be beneficial to share it again.
Here is a PowerPoint that describes the steps:
Saturday, May 24, 2014
I could not be more excited for summer and all the fun it brings. My first stop is going to be teaching at the Woodruff Arts Center Educator Conference! Have you been before? It used to be called the High Museum Summer Institute. This year they are working with all the other parts of the Woodruff to put on one amazing conference! I hope I have time to take something too! I will be teaching about augmented reality and how to use that in your classroom to make learning come alive. It is relatively new to me and I have only started using it this year. Follow along with me this summer as many more resources start to pop-up here so that you can learn too!
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Need an new graphic organizer to use in your classroom? Try! iCREATE! This tool can be used for so many interactive assignments in the art room. You might want to use this with QR codes in each block which would make a great at home study guide. Or students can design apps for different styles of art and artists, or even sub plans when you are out, the options are endless. You can download the full page here.