This has been a big year for virtual conferences since many art associations have switched their formats from in-person to online. This year I'm virtually traveling to present in Georgia, Texas, Michigan, and Illinois to share a Keynote and presentations about our transdigital art and augmented reality. I also had the opportunity to host a Twitter chat for anyone thanks to the Grundlers who host #K12artchat
Do the Dryden Dos Wins Award at ISTE!
Back in September I gathered a group of fifth graders to join the Fugleflick Filmmaking club. I challenged them to create a movie about "activating change" in our school community. We looked at our Dryden Dos (to be safe, caring, and responsible) and tried to come up with a strong student-centered video that could educate and encourage the school to do the Dryden Dos while at the same time meeting the qualifications for the Global Student Voice Film Festival (#GSVFF) to be held in Philadelphia at ISTE19.
Our ABC/25 grant for Flipbookits is going to help our school population understand how students are exploring transdigital art production. This means that they are seamlessly moving from physical to digital art making in our art room. Our hallways are full of physical art on display, but the many digital projects that extend their learning in most of the projects is not on display UNTIL NOW. Each Flipbookit represents a digital project. They are a short physical peek at a digital lesson that can be viewed online.
Learn about our Transdigital art room
Learn more about the transdigital lessons shown above:
1. Penguins 2. Magic Carpet Ride 3. Patriotic Lip Sync
4. Bedroom at Arl(lington Heights) 5. Movement 6. Try Your Best
This movie will give you a five minute tour of 20 transdigital lessons. View the post here.
QR Code for Framed Art in School
QR Codes for Framed Art at Admin
HP Reveal AR Transdigital Book
Each image in the book has a digital animation attached to it through HP Reveal. I show you what this looks like in the following tweets.
iPads help students demonstrate learning in dynamic ways. Learn about transparency as students animate a ghost over a photo, practice vocabulary by speaking through artwork, observe reflection with a custom hologram, and assess rotational symmetry by rotating designs digitally. Let's fill your STEAM toolbox with creative ideas to teach anything.
I put some of my many many ideas in a thinglink so you could explore my resources by finding the link when you mouse over the images below.
All of my ideas are on my SMORE page.
I presented and attended conference sessions at Hamburger University in Oak Brook, IL where Jennifer encouraged us model digital leaders on social media, Carrie challenged us to gamify our classroom, Leah showed us how sketchnoting helps students with visual processing, and the authors of #nowclassrooms explain how we can move from Novice to Operational to WOW technology integration.
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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