Art class google classroom
Creating drawing assignments in google classroom
Disclaimer: Some will certainly react to this post by saying, “I think it’s easier to do this with Slides rather than Sketches.” What’s more, you know what? They are right. They’re right because it’s what works best for them–and their students–and that’s wonderful. Since the drawing capacities of Slides and Drawings are almost similar, it’s just a matter of personal choice. It’s not about the method, but about the pedagogy! The biggest advantage of using Slides is that each student will see each other’s work/explanations/representations if they each have a slide. Drawings has slightly more versatile drawing software, a little more of a blank slate/less constrained atmosphere, and slightly better image quality when exporting creations as images as its key advantages.
Using google classroom for art proficiencies
“If you say ‘Red,’ the color word,’ and fifty people listen, you can expect fifty reds to pop into their heads. And one can be confident that each of these reds would be unique.” Josef Albers (Josef Albers) This semester’s final project took a long time to complete […]
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe or Anonymous: “The devil is in the details.” When I was recently asked to come up with a “soft and fluffy” art project for a group of my students, my mouth dropped open because it struck me like a ton of bricks that I had no idea how to do it. I couldn’t say something because I was speechless. […]
“A designer is a combination of artist, inventor, mechanic, objective economist, and evolutionary strategist in the making.” R. Buckminster Fuller (R. Buckminster Fuller, R. Buckminster Fuller, R I’m facilitating the WeRMakers Product Redesign unit for the third time this fall. This is a project-based learning unit that uses Agency through Design tools from Project Zero Classroom. A few of my coworkers and I took part in their online […]
“I used to step into the classroom as a teacher. I took a seat at the commission. I was the one in charge. I was in charge of operations. I was an intelligent, creative, and moral traffic cop, and I – and most of the time, I would lead the class.” McCourt, Frank I’m well aware that I’m beginning to show my age […]
How to create google classroom for teachers (2017
HW #16 is due on Wednesday, March 18th.
Using google classroom in the art room with flex
Draw one example of each of the Concepts OF ART AND DESIGN on a piece of paper. This Guide may be of assistance to you. Please don’t plagiarize the references’ examples!
HW #15 is due on Wednesday, February 12 (you can turn it in on 2/26 if you are on a Black History Month trip that day and don’t have art class).
Look up the name of the person whose quote you wanted to use as the basis for your drawing. If you forget their name, you can look it up on our class reference sheet HERE. Write a brief biography of who they were and how they influenced American culture or society. Include the following:
HW #14 is due on Wednesday, January 29th.
We’ll start our final painting project in honor of Black History Month next week. Build a drawing for homework based on one of the following themes (please write your choice on the back of your drawing): This mission is unrestricted. You are free to approach it in whatever way you like! You may make a work that is concrete or abstract. It can be in color or black and white. If you like, it can even have words. Be inventive! You can reflect your chosen theme in any way you like.
Virtual art room templates for teachers
As he works to encourage his students to continue their art education at home, the art instructor at Atlanta Heights Charter School (AHCS) is bringing the art of remote learning to new heights. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Kawon Jones has perfected the art of remote teaching over the last few weeks.
Jones reflects on transforming his hands-on classroom to an online format that is just as engaging. Jones explained that he starts with the basics when creating his remote learning lesson plans.
“I begin with the most functional materials available to our families. According to Jones, these products include pencils, pens, paper, markers, and in some cases, paint. “Some type of pencil and paper is a common denominator in all homes. I start there and work my way up.”
He aspires to teach lessons that will be remembered by his students. “The knowledge for the lesson is all. I’d like students to adapt what they’ve learned so far to their own knowledge.”