Artsonia just launched their classroom mode for their website (not the app yet). This means that students can photograph or create digital art using the iPad, upload it straight to their online digital portfolio on Artsonia without a login, and attach an artist statement! Wow! this is a GAME CHANGER TEACHERS! This animated video shows a third grader scanning the QR code I generated when I created student access for an exhibit. The scan leads them to only the names of the students will have art in this gallery. They choose their name and continue with the directions on the screen to upload and write about their art.
I was able to monitor student progress from my iPad logged into my account and approve their work in real time. We could catch the problems before the students leave the room.
Students found the QR Scan App
Opens up in student access page
Click the image about to view their finished art and read their artist statements on Artsonia
Here is how the Quilling Collaboration looks in the physical Dryden art gallery (our hallway).
Actually, it hasn't even been a full week of school for the students, but I can't wait to show some of the cool picture I snapped of students since they arrived on Wednesday.
Using the iPads to answer quiz questions
Using the interactive board & Socrative app
Peter holds an energy-saving management strategy
Love what Filip wore today