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This is a presentation created to assist with a professional development training for art teachers and their use of technology in the classroom.

This is a presentation created to assist with a professional development training for art teachers and their use of technology in the classroom.

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  • 1. Jamie Wardley Palencia Elementary School
  • 2. • WHY DO WE NEED TECHNOLOGY?!! Improved : • Communication • Productivity • Instruction/Engagement “Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” Bill Gates Welcome to your Learning Vacation!
  • 3. • TECHNOLOGY and the future
  • 4. Technology Professional Development Goal • Session: To help art teachers discover how to use technology to captivate, motivate and ultimately move students toward greater learning in the visual arts. • To discover ways to use technology to enhance and improve: COMMUNICATION (blogs, website, edmodo, INSTRUCTION (videos, iPads, applications, programs), ENGAGEMENT (for all learners), AND PRODUCTIVITY! • Equip art teachers with resources, lessons and experiences using technology in the art room to MAKE YOUR JOB EASIER!
  • 5. Agenda 8:00 am Introductions- Poll Everywhere (communication) 8:05 PRODUCTIVITY tools- excel- google docs- Lesson plan template Google digital portfolio with links 8:40 COMMUNICATION TOOLS Edmodo 9:00Website Design Into- Wordpress 9:30 Break 10:00ENGAGEMENT :iPad Art Lessons 11:00 Finish Web desgin/ipad /technology plan LUNCH- 12:30 pm Clay Lessons- Jodi- Clay Bird ;)
  • 6. FYI: • Restrooms • Beverages • Sit where you can talk, question and share. • Breaks • Technology Use…. – Yes, to all. – Save your links, pages,etc to your google doc or to a folder on your desktop titled ‗Art and Technology‘.
  • 7. Introductions using Poll Everywhere- Mobile Learning •Get out your cell phones!!! • Poll everywhere is a free easy to use application that works well for live audiences using mobile devices like phones. • People participate by visiting a fast mobile-friendly web page for your event, sending text messages, or using Twitter. • Instructions are displayed on-screen. • Not all teachers have access to computers or iPads for students to use in their art rooms, but if you acquire Administration and Parent permission students could bring their smart phones, iPads, or iPods from home to use during art.
  • 8. Technology Integration asks … Teachers to teach in ways they were never taught using tools that were not invented when they were in school. Teachers need to be innovative, content driven, and process oriented to ultimately improve student achievement.
  • 9. Session Objectives:  Teachers will enhance PRODUCTIVITY using a lesson plan template using google spreadsheets or EXCEL  Teachers will ENHANCE COMMUNICATION using the following technology 1. Teachers will create a classroom website using Wordpress or Weebly 2. Teachers will know about Google Docs, collaborate on a shared google presentation (about me presentation- lesson plan template) 3. Teachers will learn to communicate/share with other art teachers- Dropbox – Curtis Lewis 4. Teachers will understand and be able to use Edmodo with their students in order to encourage appropriate art criticism, communication and discussion.  Teachers will understand how to enhance INSTRUCTION using iPads to deliver and differentiate instruction.  Teachers will leave with a digital portfolio with links to all their resources!!!
  • 10. Let‘s get started!! PRODUCTIVITY!! With the new Common core standards, the push for EOC‘s teachers are expected to do more with less time and resources than ever before. Technology can make our jobs easier!!!! EXAMPLE: A Lesson Planning tool with DROP DOWN MENU WITH ALL STANDARDS!!!!! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?k ey=0AsUQ1EL5pTZVdFF5VkxYQmpiSy1tOHBYT DFXMVoySVE&usp=drive_web#gid=0
  • 11. Student Assessment • GAMES!!!! • https://jeopardylabs.com/play/elements-of-art-jeopardy-game
  • 12. Google tools; free, powerful real time collaboration If you already have a google account- you can log in, view, save a copy for yourself and edit it anytime you like!!! Google has their own version of WORD, SPREADSHEETs, WEBSITES, and Presentations (powerpoint) But teachers and students can collaborate on them together in real time.
  • 13. Google Presentations- Digital portfolio You will complete this task by creating a Collaborative Google Presentation. This is a collaborative project that your students could post pictures of their artwork and comment on another student‘s Go to: Google presentation Copy each presentation slide and customize it by adding your own information. Feel free to work with a partner or independently- Share time 6 minutes
  • 14. Share!!! • Let‘s see how we did!
  • 15. Communication Tools and Art Criticism- Edmodo • Edmodo is an online communication tool that can be used my art teachers to 1. Have students post pictures of their artwork 2. Learn how to make constructive comments on their artwork and the work of others using the ELEMENTS AND principles of art. 3. Extend learning beyond the classroom https://www.edmodo.com/home
  • 16. Communication Tools: Class Websites- Wordpress- Why? • A well-designed website will • greatly enhance • communication between you and your students • You’re creating an archive of your class – complete with the exact materials you’ve used • A teaching website keeps you organized and on track • It’s getting so easy to do that it can actually save you time • You have an easy answer to “What did I miss?” • Your contributions go farther than you think • It’s okay to show off • It’s your gateway to engagement
  • 17. Communication Wordpress Websites
  • 18. Wordpress – From Mr. Clark Many of the teachers may have existing websites in FirstClass with web pages and content on them. Rather than linking to their blank WordPress site from their school website, I can send you the web addresses of each art teacher‘s WordPress site. Then the teachers can work on their WordPress sites during your training session and email me when they are ready to go live with their new site. Please note that District is using a self-hosted version of WordPress, which is different from WordPress.com. No one will need to register an account. One I have provisioned their WordPress sites, they will be able to log right in to edit the site using the same e00 username and password which they use to login to their computer, FirstClass and Sungard BusinessPlus.
  • 19. Our Log-ins http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/jones-g http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/lubrant-j http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/brotherton-m http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/jones-k http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/christine-a http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/locke-d http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/vinzant-m http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/jones-i http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/mcleod-j http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/wardley-j http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/mcanarney-l http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/lewis-c http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/sharman-b http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/stradley-l http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/stroer-b http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/lemley-c http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/tarmey-a
  • 20. Wordpress
  • 21. Wordpress
  • 22. Dashboard
  • 23. A Look at the Software’s Backend: WP-Admin and The Dashboard 27 ^ Example B: Dashboard Overview - Content Management < Example C: Write a Post – Visual Editor
  • 24. Dashboard
  • 25. Create your 1st Page
  • 26. Difference between Posts and Pages? *Note: Posts are entries organized by categories automatically making the site more user-friendly for you, your visitors and search engines. If you use ―posts‖ and ―categories‖, Wordpress can organize your site navigation and information architecture for you. This is one of the biggest advantages to using a Content Management System (CMS) program instead of coding individual web pages by hand. Organizing around posts can also improve page, especially if you create categories based on your keyword phrases.
  • 27. Title and content
  • 28. Publish & Preview
  • 29. CUSTOMIZING YOUR LAYOUT: Activate PLUGINS • Plugins: Tons of free plugins are available – Think of mini-applications that automate an action 1. Fonts; http://wordpress.org/plugins/font/ 2. Marquee SCROLLING MESSAGE : marquee 3. Backgrounds Make a title using this site- save it and upload it http://www.flamingtext.com/ 33 Plugins can extend WordPress to do almost anything you can imagine. In the directory you can find, download, rate, and comment on all the best plugins the WordPress community has to offer.
  • 30. CUSTOMIZING YOUR LAYOUT: Activate Background Plugin 34
  • 31. Other options;Glogster 35 Glogster is a free online tool that allows you to create and customize digital ‗posters‘ with text, graphics, and video that you can embed into your web page!! http://mandy0216.edu.glogster.com/ar tist-mondrian/
  • 32. Putting it all together Communication & Productivity
  • 33. BREAK
  • 34. 20 Instructional Strategies that Engage the Brain 1. Brainstorming and Discussion 2. Drawing and Artwork 3. Field Trips 4. Games 5. Graphic Organizers, Semantic Maps, and Word Webs 6. Humor 7. Manipulative, Experiments, Labs, and Models 8. Metaphor, Analogy, Simile 9. Mnemonic Devices 10. Movement 11. Music, Rhythm, Rhyme, and Rap 12. Project Based and Problem Based Instruction 13. Reciprocal Teaching and Cooperative Learning (peer coaching) 14. Role Play, Drama, Pantomimes and Charades 15. Storytelling 16. Technology 17. Visualization and Guided Imagery 18. Visuals 19. Work Study and Apprenticeships (Learn by doing) 20. Writing and Journals
  • 35. Web resources with lessons • http://www.ipadartroom.com/ • This link will also take you to a free ebook with awesome resources!!! • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgBl YNfGLVU
  • 36. iPads in Art! • Today is an exciting time to be an art teacher! New technology makes teaching Art and learning Art a whole new experience. • iPads bring a whole other layer to creative learning. Students are very much actively participating in the learning. iPads provide a quick method of art production, manipulation, and exploration - all without the need for putting on a paint shirt! The possibilities for what knowledge can be found and artwork created using this wonderful tech tool is endless. New apps are constantly being created. • http://ipadsintheartroom.weebly.com/blog---ipads- in-art.html
  • 37. Access to iPads? • Our school is going to 1 to 1. Currently , the iPad art projects were done with a 2 to 1 student to iPad ratio. So students had to bring their iPads to art and partners had to share. • If you only have one iPad, you will have to consider how to manage use of your iPad in order to complete digital art projects. • If you do not have iPads, you may want to consider a grant, fundraiser, or other project in order to buy devices like iPods, iTouch, or other mobile device. The other option is organizing a BYOD- Bring your own device to art. http://vimeo.com/37139088 http://drydenart.weebly.com/creating-on-ipads.html
  • 38. Reflector • Reflector is an AirPlay receiver that allows you to wirelessly display your iPad or iPhone on your computer. Mirror your device on a big screen without wires or complicated setups. Play games, watch movies, demo apps or present on the big screen from your iPhone or iPad. With Reflector, everything you do on your mobile device is wirelessly streamed to your computer in real time! If you have an iPad and a projector, you can use REFLECTOR to broadcast your screen http://www.airsquirrels.com/reflector/
  • 39. iPad apps for Productivity • iMovie- Take pictures or video yourself doing your lesson. Upload your video to youtube. Play it for each class and put it on your webpage for students to review at home- FLIPPED LEARNING!! • Use iMovie to take pictures of student work. Upload video to youtube and embed it in your web page as a student gallery • NUMBERS app- Numbers is a spreadsheet app that I use to keep track of student progress (MY MARZANO GOAL) I mark attendence, stop and think, treasure box and when they finish art work.- It‘s a little pricy (I paid 9.99!! Ugh)
  • 40. Our 1st iPad Art Lesson- Elements ofArt Silhouettes • Application: Sketchbook express • Introduction: • Review the seven elements of art (older students could review elements and the principles) • Students (or teacher)will take a profile photo of themselves or of another student. • Open /install Sketchbook express (free!!)
  • 41. Click on the plus sign at the bottom left corner to start a new sketch!
  • 42. Click on two squares of paper in the top right hand corner of the screen
  • 43. Click on the Square s at the top Right corner
  • 44. The new tracing paper layer should be on top of the picture. It will be highlighted in blue
  • 45. The pencil tool can be found under the PAINT BRUSH icon at the top of the screen
  • 46. You can make the pencil line thinner for smaller details
  • 47. By clicking on the red circle- the delete button will appear next to the photo you want to delete.
  • 48. Choose you color on the color wheel. Moving the icon on the diamond in the middle will make the color lighter or darker
  • 49. LUNCH
  • 50. Technology Standards • NETS-S: ISTE‘s Technology Foundation Standards for All Students (NETS) include six categories for addressing necessary technology skills: 1. Basic operations and concepts 2. Social, ethical, and human issues 3. Technology productivity tools 4. Technology communications tools 5. Technology research tools 6. Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools
  • 51. Boost Student Productivity- Project-Based Learning • Writing • Research • Data Analysis • Critical Thinking Presentations of content: Newsletter Multimedia Movie Web-wiki space Blog E-journal Brochure Podcast
  • 52. Third Piece: The content curriculum and standards The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) believes that: ―To live, learn, and work successful in an increasingly complex and information-rich society, students must be able to use technology effectively.‖ They developed standards to guide educational Leaders in recognizing and addressing the conditions for effective use of technology to support Pre K-12 education. They state, ―Within an effective educational setting, technology can enable students to become--Capable information technology users: • Information seekers, analyzers, and evaluators • Problem solvers and decision makers • Creative and effective users of productivity tools • Communicators, collaborators, publishers, and producers • Informed, responsible, and contributing citizens
  • 53. Last piece: Technology Tools • What tools do you have at your school site? • What software or hard ware restrictions are there? • What type of room set up and computer preparation is necessary? • Do you know how to use, charge, upload and download all the equipment in your lesson? • How do you select equipment to use?
  • 54. Tech Tools • Digital Cameras • Software • Scanners, document cameras, tablet pcs, Smartboards, hand held response system, digital video cameras, ipods • What are there functions? • Try it before you teach it! • Evaluate tools to match your needs and class size. • VISUAL TOOLS-remember 70% more
  • 55. Obstacles to Technology Integration • No access to computers/equipment • Lack Time (to learn, to plan, to organize, to search internet, etc) • No budget or high costs • Class sizes • Preparing for standardized tests • Lack teacher training • Set curriculum or standards • Technical problems (not admin. of machine) • Network down • Power Outage • Intimidating—non-expert status • Too many strategies to try now—one more thing.
  • 56. TOP TEN INTEGRATION TIPS 1. Start with a lesson you are very familiar with and have taught before 1. Focus on the learning objective 2. Make it interactive and fun 3. Problem based activities will engage and make relevant for students. 4. Do it yourself FIRST (see one, do one, teach one) 5. Build relationships 6. Talk about copyright often! 7. Know the standards (state, NETS, Information Literacy Standards) 8. Revise teaching style to accommodate technology (adaptation) 9. Use peer observations and online video demonstrations as often as possible to learn more! 10. Tap into your students‘ creativity
  • 57. Your Story • Using PhotoStory and the 10 images you selected earlier, create a digital story about where you are in the technology integration process and describe three goals you have for increasing the amount of technology enhanced lessons you will deliver in the next year!
  • 58. That is a WRAP! • Workshop evaluation and sharing! • Questions and answers! • Many thanks for your dedication, time and effort today! • Enjoy your day!! • Follow up emails at: jamie.wardley@stjohns.k12.fl.us
  • 59. Recap Session Objectives: • We learned how to collaborate on a google presentation live. • We created a word press website. • We discussed and brainstormed technology and art lessons using the ipads. • Discuss how to make effective decisions about the choice of technologies they utilize in their classrooms, and how to evaluate student products. • Teachers will leave with a completed technology enhanced unit plan for their classroom ready to implement!
  • 60. How to begin? PIZZA process! • Making good choices leads to effective time management. Teachers have to determine what their students need to learn for each assignment. • Then they choose the best way to provide the material and the best way for students to learn it. They can begin by enhancing lessons with technology. • They start by identifying the objectives of a lesson and looking for ways to infuse technology into activities. • VIEW UNIT LESSON PLANNING TOOLS
  • 61. Find Creative Solutions to problems with Web 2.0 tools • For example: What can I do when it takes students too long to search the internet: • www.Ikeepbookmarks.com booksite for students sites • www.del.icio.us bookmarking tool tags collective • www.Truthinker.com pay service to organize internet sites