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Digital Art Portfolio

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View an example of how to utilize technology in the art room in order to monitor student progress over time and boost critical thinking skills.

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Digital Art Portfolio

  1. 1. By Amanda Feterl Peer Reviewer: Heidi Carpenter Teaching Critical Thinking Strategies in the Classroom through Aesthetic Experiences: ART digital porfolio
  2. 2. Objectives <ul><li>Students will: </li></ul><ul><li>Create original works of art </li></ul><ul><li>Take quality photos of the art work using a digital camera </li></ul><ul><li>Upload images from camera to computer </li></ul><ul><li>Create a Power Point slide show—including their pictures and written reflections about the work </li></ul><ul><li>Present their slide show to one peer and at the end-of-the-year art show </li></ul>
  3. 3. Day 1 <ul><li>Students were able to view an on-line art collection I had created through the Walker Art Center’s Arts Connected website. The goal in looking at the art was to get students thinking about possible topics, materials, or techniques for their own art. </li></ul><ul><li>Website: http://www.artsconnected.org/collector/edit/102622 </li></ul>
  4. 4. Day 1 & 2 <ul><li>Students began working on their own art projects. Again, they were encouraged to think about the art work they had seen in the art collection as well as our discussion about the pieces. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Day 3 <ul><li>Students were taught how to take a digital photograph of their art work and how to download their picture to our school’s computer network. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Day 4 <ul><li>Students went into the computer lab and first saw examples of Digital Art Portfolios and then started planning their own. </li></ul>Power Point Art Portfolio 1. Log-In: art4 Password: 4 2. FORMAT—SLIDE DESIGN Choose a design that you like for your portfolio 3. Under SLIDE DESIGN select a COLOR SCHEME Slide 1: 1. Inside of the big TEXT BOX type your name & Art Portfolio Example: Amanda’s Art Portfolio 2. Inside of the small TEXT BOX type 4th Grade 2009 3. Experiment with the style, size and color of your lettering 4. Add Clip Art INSERT—PICTURE—CLIP ART 4. INSERT—NEW SLIDE Slide 2: 1. In the top TEXT BOX type Pop-Up Chalk 2. Insert YOUR Pop-Up Chalk Picture: INSERT—PICTURE—FROM FILE G: DRIVE—HOME—ART 4—CHALK PICS find yours & click INSERT 4. Experiment with the style, size and color of your lettering 5. INSERT—NEW SLIDE Slide 3: 1. In the top TEXT BOX type Pop-Up Chalk Reflection 2. In bottom TEXT BOX type your responses to the items below. Use complete sentences and DO NOT re-type the questions/statements. 1. What did you like about the project? 2. What did you dislike about the project? 3. Name one thing you did well. 4. Name one thing you could have improved on. 6. Experiment with the style, size and color of your lettering 7. Saving your work 1. FILE—SAVE AS—G: DRIVE—HOME—ART4 2. Save your Power Point as first initial of your first name + last name Example: AFeterl
  7. 7. Day 4-6 <ul><li>Students continued to work in the computer lab, learning new information and refining their Power Points. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Student Slide Examples: <ul><li>What I liked about this project was I liked the designs you can do with the chalk. </li></ul><ul><li>What I disliked about this project was how messy the chalk was and sometimes you’d get chalk on your clothes. </li></ul><ul><li>One thing I think I did well was my designs behind the Word volleyball. </li></ul><ul><li>One thing I think I could have improved on is my colors for the word volleyball. </li></ul>~Pop Up Chalk~ ~Pop Up Chalk Reflection~
  9. 9. Unit Assessment Rubric 4 Proficient: Does all work beyond expectations and completes on time 3 Excellent: Does all work to the best of ability and makes bold attempts to complete on time. 2 Basic: Does work that satisfies the assignment and gets some to all work done by the due date. 1 Below Expectations: Does not keep up to perceived ability, gets by, turns work in late more than not. Completed all work on time Power Point included photos and reflections of their work Power Point included slide transitions, clip art and animations Used the form to plan Power Point Took photos of art work & downloaded them to the network Created original art work Total Proficient 4 Excellent 3 Basic 2 Below Expectations 1 TOPIC 2
  10. 10. My Final Thoughts <ul><li>I really enjoyed this project! I think the thing I appreciated the most is the attention that was given to the arts. Not just the visual arts (because that is what I teach), but the assigned articles and videos helped support the notion that all areas of the arts are important subjects that can help students learn and understand other curriculum. I know that the unit I have planned will surely hold students attention and provide them with a great opportunity to become more familiar with technology, develop their opinions about art and gain confidence in their artistic ability. </li></ul>

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