Ghosts, Angels and Flying Kids: Engaging Green Screen Lessons for Elementary Students
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Get a behind-the-scenes look at K-5 lessons I’ve designed that empower students to dynamically demonstrate understanding of curricular content with the magic of green screens using iPads.
|Audience:||Coaches, Teachers, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Tablet: iOS
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Apps Used: Do Ink Green Screen App, Do Ink animation and drawing app, keynote app, iMotion app, Clips, Kaliedo Free, Eyejack App/Eyejack Creator
Attendees can attend without a device, but implementation of the lessons require one or more of the apps above on an iPad.
|Topic:||Creativity & curation tools|
|Subject area:||Performing/visual arts, STEM/STEAM|
|ISTE Standards:||For Coaches:
|Related exhibitors:||Copernicus Educational Products, Book Creator, IPEVO, Inc., Teachers Pay Teachers|
Participants will be introduced to a series of green screen lessons that will help them creatively engage their students in their content areas.
I will provide an overview of each lesson with technical information to inform participants about classroom implementations.
I will provide digital detailed resources for each of the lessons discussed.
I will spend 5-7 minutes on each of the lessons repeating this format:
-connect with content
-tips for implementation
This process would continue until the 40 minute mark.
There would be 5 minutes for Q & A in the chat.
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Tricia Fuglestad, K-5 art teacher from Dryden Elementary School in Arlington Heights, IL, has a MATL in K-12 tech integration. She has successfully blended digital and physical art making with her transdigital lessons to expand the curriculum, give students an opportunity to explore new media, and find transformative ways for students to demonstrate learning dynamically. Tricia’s classroom is featured in educational publications and higher education textbooks. Her students’ Fugleflicks, student-created, art-related videos have screened at international film festivals and won national awards. She has been recognized with many state and national awards for her innovation and dedication to art education.
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