I have been working feverishly at packaging up my transdigital (both physical and digital) lessons and added them to my TpT store here.
My next phase is to host some virtual interactive workshops to help you figure out how to navigate the lessons with your students. If you think this maybe something you would like to explore (no obligation of course) sign up here to be kept posted.
I turned my Emotional Robots showing a full range of feelings into a poster set for display in the classroom as a mood meter and a color wheel combined. They also are set up with augmented reality so the robots can express themselves even more through animation using the free AR app, Eyejack. The six poster set is available on TpT here.
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
The Arlington Heights Library Art Show was canceled last May. I had all the banners ready to go already. They were just tucked away in my room all spring and summer long. When I returned to the building I decided to hang them in the hallway outside the art room. I know you can't come and see the art yet, so I took lots of photos and video to share it with you virtually. I even captured the augmented reality effects for the transdigital pieces. Take a look below or go to this link.
5th graders made Caricature Paintings of themselves then animated them into bobbleheads using the Do Ink animation app and the tutorial below.
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