Monthly Archives: November 2017

Course 3 Reflection

For the final course 3 project I chose to reflect on my digital story.  I picked this project as I found it the most challenging and it made me really think about the purpose and my audiences. Edit one… I … Continue reading

Posted in Course 3 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Story of Our Unit

How can we share our learning with our parents? How can we tell the story of our unit? Arts night at school is fast approaching and my Grade 1 and 2 Visual Arts classes are putting together a gallery walk … Continue reading

Posted in Course 3 | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

InfoGraphics – Prep or Procrastination?

Infographic and their use in my teaching… Do they have a place? Another wasted use of my prep time or a key teaching resource? Megan Jaegerman’s use of colour to highlight the the key aspects of the key point of … Continue reading

Posted in Course 3 | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

See – Think – Feel

Teaching visual arts there is an inexplicable connection between the subject the need to use visual imagery in my lessons.  With this in mind, on e must explore the kind of imagery that should be used and its specific purpose.  … Continue reading

Posted in Course 3 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Past – Present – Perfect?

Simple, but not simplistic As a technology coordinator I give a lot of presentations.  I think that people always expect my presentations to be cutting edge with a fancy slideshow – they aren’t… (sorry). My presentations are often simplistic and to … Continue reading

Posted in Course 3 | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment