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Ignite -if you give a kid a camera (with notes)


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Ignite -if you give a kid a camera (with notes)

  1. If You Give A Kid A Camera... by Diane Cordell “kid with camera” by Eddy Pula! I’m Diane Cordell, a semi-retired Teacher Librarian. Photography is my Passion - and Ilove to share this passion with students. Today, I ask you to consider what might happen...IfYou Give a Kid a Camera!
  2. “Baby Girl White” by dmcordell before birth, a digital footprint is being created for children. Over the course of alifetime, their image will be captured thousands of times.
  3. “Roots” by John Carleton help to anchor a person in time and space. They strengthen family andcommunity ties. They are a key component in building a sense of self.
  4. “I collect old cameras...” by Photography King you give a kid a camera, you give them a tool for life. Suddenly, they become active ratherthan passive learners, creators rather than merely consumers.
  5. “High School Yearbook Photo” by stillthedudeabides students were always fascinated by our library collection of yearbooks. The photos theylingered over were not the posed, formal portraits. What they searched for and shared mostoften...
  6. “Last day of school 2010” by massimo ankor the livelier, informal shots. These young ladies are celebrating their last day of school.You can feel their joy! Which type of image do you think they will cherish more, in later years?
  7. “365 2009” by JSFauxtaugraphy you give a kid a camera, you give them power to create and tell their own story. The 365Photo-a-day challenge provides the framework for a visual journal capturing the people,places and things that form the mosaic of a life.
  8. iAm Collection iAm Collection helps teens construct the “Story of Me.” The basic elements consist ofcreating a personal “brand,” then crafting a resuME. Photos are key components of theproject.
  9. NeverSeconds blog 9-year-old British student, Martha Payne, took pictures of her school cafeteria lunches,then blogged the images, with commentary. Martha’s activities demonstrate Student Voice,self-advocacy, and authentic learning.
  10. Screenshot of Project homepage the value of photography as both a creative and and emotional outlet, the NewOrleans Kid Camera Project provided cameras to young Katrina survivors as tools of therapyand empowerment.
  11. “Patrick Page_1” by Miss. Murrell images can be used to convey information in an engaging, memorable way. Thisstudent storyboard uses humor to reinforce the traditional “No Gum” rule. The point iseffectively made!
  12. 1932/2010 by Alan Light 1932 1908 2010 2011 “Caldwell House, Then & Now” by Roadsidepictures Iowa Cities by Alan Light are easily integrated into curricular areas, like social studies or EnglishLanguage Arts. As part of community service projects, images can record local history anddocument our time for future generations.
  13. “Japanese School Uniforms” by Danny Choo transcend language and geographic boundaries. While school uniforms are the normin some countries, they aren’t standard in the U.S. This photo might spark some interestingcross-cultural conversations!
  14. “Shayla’s Birthday” from FaceBookPhotographs immortalize life’s unexpected moments. When my rural students invited cityfriends to visit a family farm, the desire, on both sides, to record the experience led to someinteresting photo captures.
  15. “Photo archives, The Free Library of Philadelphia” by dmcordell librarians, we understand that libraries need to serve as more than repositories forartifacts. While preservation is important, libraries can, and should, perform other functions.
  16. “Lens of Youth display in the Teen Zone” by Mosman Library should include spaces to dream, to reflect, to create, to share, incorporating makerand exhibition spaces, where students can pursue their passions and craft their own artifacts.Entries in “The Lens of Youth” photography competition were displayed in this library asworks of art in their own right.
  17. “Photo Booth, Revisited” by hopeleslie images that students create should include more than just Facebook “selfies.” We need toprovide young people with the tools, skills, and time to chronicle their generation, curatetheir own personal story.
  18. “Photographer in the making” by Nina Matthews Photography is a way of touching, feeling, observing, understanding. It encourages studentsto look deeper, look “differently.” So - please - give a kid a camera, and get out of the way!
  19. “A tiny spark to set it off! And EXPLODE! Ignite the dark, illuminate the unknown” -Four Year Strong “Strike” by Andrewthecook might ignite a passion that will last a lifetime.“A tiny spark to set it off! And EXPLODE! Ignite the dark, illuminate the unknown”
  20. Diane Cordell What Im Thinking: What Im Tweeting: My Photos: My Slidedecks years separate us, but my granddaughter and I will be able to share our lives in andthrough photos. You had better believe that I will be giving THIS kid a camera!Thank you.