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A visual arts collaboration between DATA Digital Imaging and Rio Vista Elementary 3rd graders focusing on the arts, technology, and 21st Century skills.

A visual arts collaboration between DATA Digital Imaging and Rio Vista Elementary 3rd graders focusing on the arts, technology, and 21st Century skills.

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    Creating Pandora's Box Creating Pandora's Box Presentation Transcript

    • C re at i n g PSUSD Board PresentationTuesday, April 12, 2011 1
    • Creating Pandora’s Box Matt Cauthron DATA Digital Imaging, Cathedral City High School http://data-di.blogspot.com/Tuesday, April 12, 2011 2
    • The Big IdeaTuesday, April 12, 2011 3This project was designed in the Challenge Based Learning format. I was lucky enough to beselected as 1 of 18 educators from across the country to work w/Karen Cator and the AppleEducation team on the curriculum design side of the CBL project.
    • To provide a collaborative learning experience between elementary and high school students which focuses on the arts and emphasizes a variety of technology and 21st Century skills.Tuesday, April 12, 2011 4
    • Inspired by the art work of Yeondoo JungTuesday, April 12, 2011 5It is very intriguing how truly pure the creative mind’s of young children are and howimportant it is to provide learning experiences that exercise their creativity.
    • The ProcessTuesday, April 12, 2011 6It is more about the “Village” and the process vs. the product!-working together collaboratively with a visual arts & technology focus was the foundation***When I pitched it to my students they were VERY excited by the possibility of working withyoung students in the schools they attended.
    • Tuesday, April 12, 2011 7I really want to emphasize the inspirational work of the elementary students and the pureexcitement the students had working together!
    • Tuesday, April 12, 2011 7I really want to emphasize the inspirational work of the elementary students and the pureexcitement the students had working together!
    • Di sophomore Taylor Burns edited a 21 segemnts of the myth suitable for elementary students also a Spotlight award finalist!Tuesday, April 12, 2011 8*The story was selected by Mr. David Vogel, ex-President of Buena Vista Pictures.I worked with Taylor for several weeks storyboarding and breaking down multipleversions of the story to accommodate the age group. I honestly lost track of how manyversions we wrote... luckily we had access to Acrobat.com so typing could occur in ‘theCloud.’
    • Di students visited Joel Bible & Sabrina Molhoekeʼs Rio Vista classrooms to read the story & sketch the segments w/3rd gradersTuesday, April 12, 2011 9Sometimes elementary students are the tuffest audience! I’ve had kids up speaking in publicbefore, but this time it was interesting to see them more nervous then when speaking toadults.
    • VPA specialist Louisa Castrodale created watercolors with the 3rd graders from the drawingsTuesday, April 12, 2011 10Without the coordination & assistance of Louisa as the Visual & Performing Arts specialist,this project may not ever have gotten of the ground.
    • Di students shot, edited, and/or composited their interpretation of the 3rd graderʼs paintingsTuesday, April 12, 2011 11After the water colors were brought over to CCHS, Di students began the re-creation part ofthe process
    • Di students returned to Rio Vista to present their digital imagery to the 3rd grade studentsTuesday, April 12, 2011 12We could very well have been showing them rocks! They were so genuinely enthusiasticmerely about having the high school students returning to interact, that the art wassecondary.... it was again more about the process and peer relationship.
    • Di students made further edits to their work in preparation for publishingTuesday, April 12, 2011 13
    • RV 3rd grade teacher Joel Bible worked with his student Fayth Clayton on narration for the videoTuesday, April 12, 2011 14
    • RV 3rd grade teacher Joel Bible worked with his student Fayth Clayton on narration for the videoTuesday, April 12, 2011 14
    • Di senior Ben Nickerson created motion graphics, compiled media, and edited the videoTuesday, April 12, 2011 15
    • Di students Caroline Parra & Jocael Suarez complied the text / imagery and edited the digital bookTuesday, April 12, 2011 16Available soon to purchase online via Blurb.com....***Free in digital formats through issuu and hopefully the ADE channel on iTunes U!
    • The Solution(s)Tuesday, April 12, 2011 171. Presenting their work at Rio Vista2. Sharing their work with a local AND global community3. Publishing their work for students and the world to see in a professional manner
    • sharing w/a global education communityTuesday, April 12, 2011 18Leading by example in communities of educators who are also doing great things....sharing student talent, providing wonderful examples for others to learn from.As of 4/12/11...AE20 = 8800 membersAEE = 12,300 members
    • sharing w/a global education communityTuesday, April 12, 2011 18Leading by example in communities of educators who are also doing great things....sharing student talent, providing wonderful examples for others to learn from.As of 4/12/11...AE20 = 8800 membersAEE = 12,300 members
    • sharing w/a global education communityTuesday, April 12, 2011 18Leading by example in communities of educators who are also doing great things....sharing student talent, providing wonderful examples for others to learn from.As of 4/12/11...AE20 = 8800 membersAEE = 12,300 members
    • sharing w/a global education communityTuesday, April 12, 2011 18Leading by example in communities of educators who are also doing great things....sharing student talent, providing wonderful examples for others to learn from.As of 4/12/11...AE20 = 8800 membersAEE = 12,300 members
    • authentic media publishingTuesday, April 12, 2011 19Always reinforcing the celebration of our student’s talents!*It REALLY raises the bar when they know that their work will be seen by a global audience.**I often think that our work is more ‘known’ across global educational communities thenhere at home.
    • authentic media publishingTuesday, April 12, 2011 19Always reinforcing the celebration of our student’s talents!*It REALLY raises the bar when they know that their work will be seen by a global audience.**I often think that our work is more ‘known’ across global educational communities thenhere at home.
    • authentic media publishingTuesday, April 12, 2011 19Always reinforcing the celebration of our student’s talents!*It REALLY raises the bar when they know that their work will be seen by a global audience.**I often think that our work is more ‘known’ across global educational communities thenhere at home.
    • authentic media publishingTuesday, April 12, 2011 19Always reinforcing the celebration of our student’s talents!*It REALLY raises the bar when they know that their work will be seen by a global audience.**I often think that our work is more ‘known’ across global educational communities thenhere at home.
    • authentic media publishingTuesday, April 12, 2011 19Always reinforcing the celebration of our student’s talents!*It REALLY raises the bar when they know that their work will be seen by a global audience.**I often think that our work is more ‘known’ across global educational communities thenhere at home.
    • Our collaborative DigiCom submissionTuesday, April 12, 2011 20Not only will this be viewed on the DATA websites, it will be submitted as a collaborativeproject for DigiCom. The
    • Our collaborative DigiCom submissionTuesday, April 12, 2011 20Not only will this be viewed on the DATA websites, it will be submitted as a collaborativeproject for DigiCom. The
    • ReflectionsTuesday, April 12, 2011 21I would really like to find further opportunities to establish a peer system for projects like thisto continue in Cathedral City schools or PSUSD.
    • "Editing Pandora’s Box was definitely difficult. It took a lot of storyboarding and thinking. I tried to put my words in a child’s brain so they could understand the meaning of the whole story." -Taylor Burns, DATA Di SophomoreTuesday, April 12, 2011 22
    • “The experience with the 3rd graders at Rio vista was interesting. Communication was majorly important, listening to the kids and providing input for their sketches, while explaining to them what they needed to draw was challenging. My word was "Fear" and explaining what the word meant to them and how to draw it out on paper took a lot of thinking and brainstorming. It was fun listening to the kids and all their amazingly creative ideas.” -Kimberlyn Gonzalez, DATA Di JuniorTuesday, April 12, 2011 23
    • "My students were so excited about teaming with the high school students for this project. They asked me everyday when they were coming back to share their pictures. My class discussed the types of jobs that someone who had these technical skills might aspire to in the future. It was a great time of collaboration and mentoring!" -Joel Bible, Rio Vista 3rd Grade TeacherTuesday, April 12, 2011 24
    • “My students were very excited to work with DATA Di students and many of them told me that they "felt like real artists" afterwards. In fact, it was great to see some of my less-academically successful kids really shine. They were so proud of the way that the high school kids picked up on their unique ideas and included them. When the project was finished many of my students told me how excited they were to be able to take art classes "when they grew up" (in High School).” ~Sabrina Molhoek, Rio Vista 3rd Grade TeacherTuesday, April 12, 2011 25
    • Learn more http://data-di.wikispaces.com/Pandora’s+Box Visit DATA-Di @ http://data-di.blogspot.com/Tuesday, April 12, 2011 26Thank you for supporting the arts, technology, and creativity in our schools!