Thank heavens for my obsession with Pinterest. Last night I lay awake scouring pins and hit the motherload! I happed upon the Dryden Art weebly page via this pin (seen below). At first I just thought it was an artist showcasing their personal art. Upon further inspection and exploration, I discovered a treasure trove of student examples from this K-5 Art teacher.
I couldn’t resist – I simply had to blog to highlight a few of my favorites below – but truly you must visit her site:
Enter Art though Puppet Pals
Contour Line Drawing with the iPad
Heart Houses for Hurricane Sandy Victims
Rotoscoping Project on iPads
Flying Fifth Graders
Tutorials and Templates… Oh My!: Not only does she showcase student art work… she actually provides tutorials so those of us who lack such ability are able to follow along…
Audioboo Musical Tutorial
She also offers templates and lessons so we can all achieve app-tistic epicocity too!
Even found a Newsweek Keynote templateshe created. So easy to use. I included my son’s Lincoln art as I will be showcasing some of his inquiry-based work and app-tivities during a BrainPop session at ISTE on June 24th.
1 iPad Art iClassroom: And seriously, if these weren’t cool enough, she has a slew of ideas for the 1 iPad Art Room! Want more ideas for the 1 iPad Classroom… visit my recent post showcasing apps and resources.
The dynamic and dazzling Fugelstad knows her creativity and art apps as she showcases many with products, tutorials, and templates. Two of my favorites were the Bobbleshop and Amaziograph app. Oh, and did I mention that her students took second place in a national contest?
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Come visit me at ISTE 2013!
- iPad, You Pad, We All Love the iPad
- iProductivity: Student Work Flow in the iClassroom
- The 360 iClassroom Perspective
- Leveraging BrainPop JR to Support Inquiry-Based App-tivities (June 24th 2pm)