Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Summer School

Like a lot of teachers, I have been taking a class this summer. This one is three credit hours, all online, about teaching strategies in the art room. Lately, I have been trying to re-focus my "work" energy and attention strictly on art, art making, art teaching. I still joined a technology committee this summer, but the workload was highly manageable with just a few meetings.

I like learning new things, then sharing them with my students. Some of the nuggets I got out of this class:

  • A great visual guide-making site called "Snapguide". I have already made several guides for my students, plus they have a fairly impressive library of created guides.
  • Padlet--a place where you can create "walls" of whatever, videos, pictures, links, and collaborate on them.
  • Using a 2D and 3D matrix to organize your media lessons. I found this to be a valuable tool to see where there might be holes in my current curriculum map. They are below...

The Sketchbook Project

The Sketchbook Project: 2011

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