Conferences & Presentations Galore! – MassCUE & MAEA2015

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I guess I was really into submitting proposals last winter/spring, because I ended up having two conferences to present at this fall – MassCUE at Gillette Stadium, and MAEA2015 in North Adams, MA.

At MassCue I presented about all the ways I am integrating technology into my elementary art classroom, using the SAMR model of technology integration. You can check out the full Prezi here and access all of my resources (which include links to all of the apps I use, and any digital materials I have to share)

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Some of the projects and technology I shared:

  • Using Chrome bookmarks to make it possible to access weather data on all of my iPads easily for a weaving
  • Using Chatterpix app to creating talking drawings in connection to a biography portrait unit & self portrait unit
  • Using Explain Everything app to explore artwork in grades 1, 2, and 3 like a mini interactive whiteboard
  • Using iMovie to create interview videos that reflect on art practice
  • Using Explain Everything to create informative videos that share how to do a particular art technique

At the MAEA conference I presented in more detail how I create stop motion animations with my grade 6 students, and as a collaborative project with some of my grade 3 & 4 students. My attendees were even able to do some animating! You can check out the full Prezi here and access all of my resources (which include all of the videos and worksheets I use when teaching stop motion animation)

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When teaching stop motion animation I use two videos from PBS Learning Media, which are linked in the resource document above.  If you haven’t checked out PBS Learning Media they have many really great art video resources, I definitely love this free resource. I also use a collection of tutorial videos and ‘secret recipe sheets’ from Animation Chefs (also linked above).

Check out some of the animations that were made in the short time we had to animate.

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