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.
Art teachers in Wisconsin Rapids, WI wanted training in technology integration using iPads. They had recently acquired some iPads (not at 1:1 yet) for their art room. I shared a full day of my creation based transdigital lessons with them. Many of the ideas I shared had both a physical art making component and a digital extension that encompassed more art concepts as well as touching on the national art standards of creating, presenting, responding, and connecting.
All of my art lessons are indexed on my smore page.
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I have done a presentation called Creative Digital Projects that turn Stem to STEAM at three conferences over the past couple of years. These 45-50 minute presentations include a bizillion ideas in a media packed keynote file that I have trouble sharing online. However I did create a condensed version of the presentation for the AOE Online Conference last summer. The presentation has been behind a pay wall for one year and can finally come out for public consumption now. The following lessons are shared in the video below. Learn more from my links. Also, see Wes Fryer's review of my live presentation at the Illinois Computer Educator's Conference here.
Sotheby's will offer the only privately owned version of Edvard Munch's haunting work "The Scream" at an auction in New York on May 2 where it expects to fetch over $80 million, the highest pre-sale value the auctioneer has ever put on a work of art.Read the story here.
One of our Dryden 4th graders will have his version of the SCREAM shown on a 30ft LED Big Screen in NYC in early March. I wonder if that will help up the final sales price of Munch's. Who knows, but it does give us a lot to scream about! Learn more about his screen debut here.
All of Dryden's 4th graders made both digital versions (see this gallery on Artsonia) of the Scream on iPads and a Painted version with oil pastels, tempra, and a photo collage (see this gallery on Artsonia). View our slideshow below set to original spooky music.
Take a peek at our 4th grade spooky Scream Paintings based on the artwork of Edvard Munch.
These pieces are set to an original spooky song composed in Garageband in the Animoto video below. View all the pieces on our gallery page here.
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