In this workshop we will learn how to use technology to provide art students with choices in their learning and creating. Students have a website full of works of art to choose from and when they click on the picture of their interest they have a list of materials, instructions, instructional videos, and expectation. Instructional videos eliminate confusion and encourage students to be more responsible for their own learning. Go from teaching one lesson per class in whole group instruction to personalized learning, each student gets to choose their project and work at their own pace. The teacher is still able to use their own instructional demonstrations and goals for each student. After exploring how to flip the art classroom, create instructional videos, and design a webpage for your students you will take on the role of student and choose art projects of your interest found on the website and create some artworks, after all that is what we do best! During the workshop I will be happy to share my website/projects so that other art teachers could present them to their students as well and encourage art teachers to make their own instructional videos and tutorials for themselves and to share with the group so that we could potentially create an art educational community page together that students from any district could use.
Please bring a device to this workshop.