I’m so excited to see everyone next week, but I thought this was really amazing and I had to share it. I know that…

I’m so excited to see everyone next week, but I thought this was really amazing and I had to share it. I know that we had been talking about doing video tours of our classroom, but I really like this concept of a 360° exploration of your classroom.

I would love to see any photospheres that this community creates.

Here is the link to the iOS version of this photosphere app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-sphere-camera/id904418768?mt=8

https://www.google.com/maps/views/view/110562316214712252631/gphoto/6050074057540799842?gl=us

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  1. The “time machine” is one of our favorite prototypes that came out of 2nd grade. Students take turns being the Time-Traveling Art-Detective and use a series of clues to make inferences and connections to a specific period in Art History (e.g. Prehistoric Art, Egyptian Art, Ancient Asian Art, the Renaissance, etc.) . It’s a nifty devise that delivers artifacts from that time period where students use the clues and their background knowledge to decode the artifact. The artifact then becomes a prompt for projects, research and further inquiry.  Second grade loves their time machine 🙂

  2. Sometimes I get a glimpse into the experiences our students have in classrooms around our city and I get ridiculously jealous of them and think, “If only I could be in that class!”. Barth Quenzer this is most certainly one of those times. I love the life cycle of an idea and how students are thinking about art in your classroom as being a combination of heart, mind, and the “warn and cool” feedback. The way they are working individually and collaboratively while having purpose and clear evidence for their thoughts and ideas is absolutely brilliant. I would love to come visit sometime and soak up the energy and talent within that room. Absolutely amazing. Thank you so much for sharing.

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