range from Classroom management topics to the elements of art.
Coincidentally, I ran across this Blog Post about Fugleflicks from Paul Hamilton
(thx) where he shares his feelings about our videos and their potential impact in the classroom.
Let's celebrate these posts by sharing a few of our favorite Fugleflicks:Swept Away:
(classroom management) The tragic story of what happens when art supplies are left on the floor at the end of the school day told by the pencil, paper, and eraser left behind.
This video was created by a class of 4th graders in 2008. It screened in the Shortie Awards, Washington D.C. as a finalist for live-action video.
(art concepts-overlapping, foreground, middleground, background, relative size and placement on a page to create the illusion of deep space)
That's a lot to cover, but these three little third graders sing their hearts out to deliver the message clearly in this short video.
White Spot Inspector:
(craftsmanship) Teaching students to go back over their mistakes and turn their "rough draft" into a finished piece of art is a lot easier when I can just show them this entertaining little video..