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Presented at Lead 3.0 in April 2010. Lisa Gonzales was primary presenter.

Presented at Lead 3.0 in April 2010. Lisa Gonzales was primary presenter.

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    • ARTSPIRATION - USING ARTS & TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE ENGAGEMENT ACROSS CORE SUBJECTS! April 2010 – LEAD 3.0 Conference Lisa Gonzales, Ed.D. Coordinator - Santa Clara County Office of Education Devin Vodicka, Ed.D. Director - Carlsbad Unified School District * TICAL Cadre Members/ACSA Tech Leaders
    • OUTCOMES • Tobecome familiar with online technology resources that support arts standards and activities • To explore and practice working with online tools
    • SITES WE’LL EXPLORE… Wordle Art of Phrasr Storytelling Bubblr ArtsConnected Animoto Blockposters
    •  Word clouds  Build around certain themes – descriptors of movement, dance, adjectives to describe a performance or song  Can work with different color schemes  Save via “screen shots”
    • MICHAEL JACKSON’S 25 MOST COMMON WORDS IN HIS SONGS
    • VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS STRANDS
    • wordle.net WWW.WORDSIFT.COM WWW.IMAGECHEF.COM/ IC WORD_MOSAIC/ WWW.WORDITOUT.COM/ HTTP://TAGUL.COM/
    • • Start with a sentence or phrase • Select pictures from a group that will be instantly generated (from Flickr) • Press play! • Supports basic writing, creative writing, tying words to pictures, and expanse of picture play
    • PHRASR EXAMPLES WWW.PIMPAMPUM.NET/PHR ASR
    • • Start with a theme or topic (such as dance) • Select pictures from Flickr • Add thoughts or “bubble” comments to the pictures to tell a story • Supports articulation of thoughts, comments, sentences with correct punctuation – all built around a theme, story, or series of sentences
    • WWW.PIMPAMPUM.NET/BUBBL R
    • http://animoto.com/ ANIMOTO
    • ART OF STORYTELLING
    • ARTS CONNECTED
    • BLOCKPOST ERS
    • CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION www.tinyurl.com/artspiration
    • IN CLOSING •Resources on the Artspiration website www.sccoe.org/depts/ci/vapa • Any sites you have used that you would like to share?