If you have been following me on twitter, you would know that I'm currently in an augmented reality frenzy. I keep wanting to make everything around me and my students come to life with augmented reality. I now have a collection of children's book covers that come to life through animation and the EyeJack app. Explore them here.
Created by contributions from each 4th grade student submitted on their iPad.
In 1994 Edvard Munch's famous painting The Scream was stolen from a Norwegian art museum. It was recovered in a daring undercover operation by British detectives. Charles Hill was one of those detectives who posed as an art dealer to trick the thieves into returning the painting. Watch the 3:51 minute video here.
Interactive ways to explore the art:
During the school's ice cream social, we set up the art room for an I SCREAM social. Many students and parents came by to enter the artwork. See their images here.
We annotated over a video of the hallway to see how we can find converging lines and a vanishing point in our hallway much like we see in the Scream.
This video demonstrates how relative size and placement enhance the illusion of depth in perspective. I'm hoping we can try making animations like this as a lesson extension.
View our gallery of Scream Painting Collages HERE
and view our little video introduction below or here.
We are the 2nd place winner of the ISTE Technology in Action Video Contest.
See my post for more info.
View our Entry for the What's Your Story
Internet Safety Contest
(Won the 2nd Place Prize)
View this musical tribute to the hard working teachers at Dryden and the students they love to teach.
Tricia Fuglestad, NBCT,
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