I'd like ideas for 3-D models for the Earth's Crust models for sixth graders.
Victoria Nicholson Lambert
Art Program Coordinator
C. E. Dingle Elementary School
625 Elm Street
530.662.7084 School office
From: M. Austin [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2008 9:53 AM
To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] photostory 3
I've used Photostory3 in my class. My MS class created their own culture,
with all artwork created this semester being a part of that culture. The
final stages are 1) students create a stop-motion video telling a myth from
their culture, & then creating a Photostory show using some of the pictures
from their stop-motion. Some of my go-getters then went on to create a comic
book using the comic book creator software I have. Other ideas: have them
"be the artist" & talk about their work, create a Photostory of their own
work (kind of a digital portfolio, only they can include artist statements).
> Have any of you used photostory 3 or done digital storytelling in your
> classes? Looking for ideas.
> Donnalyn in NY