Oral story telling is an ancient thing, given a whole new opportunity to live in classrooms with the use of Ipads and ICT generally. Everyone has a story, is the bedrock of much of the narrative aspect of bth NSW and Australian syllabus documents and the Quality Teacher Framework.
An exploration into the life of Kev Carmody, portraying the years he spent in an orphanage when forcibly removed from his family by Queensland authorities at ten years old. (Video excerpt 2.39 minutesalso has educational notes.
graffitti maths - maybe a way to really beigin on prac with collaborative work in maths. I think I would have loved this approach, to problem solving and sharing. Who doesn't love going to one of those restaurants wth paper on the paper and crayons.
Albert Einstein wrote: The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. So the unknown, the mysterious, is where art and science meet.
Keeping his words in mind, educators everywhere are beginning to work art into education. Because we live in the 21st century, we have all the tools right at our fingertips, quite literally. The Internet hosts site after site devoted to integrating art into education.
Right here, you’ll find some of the best websites and some interesting ideas that are easily altered to fit various lessons. Explore 50 ways to add artistic elements to the simplest and most complex lessons.
12 Canoes is a broadband website presenting, in an artistic, cultural and educational context, the stories, art and environment of the Yolngu people who live around the Arafura swamp in north-eastern Arnhem Land.
A website for teachers filled with ideas for literacy teaching using visual resources such as film, animation, photographs and picture books.
Cathy Dobbie's insight:
A colleague in the MTeach program spoke of this in our post professional experience de-brief. I can see that visual literacy is something that my year six class has not had much exposure to, and look forward to experimenting with it during my upcoming internship.
It ws discussed that scaffolding is a huge part of this process, and there are some useful notes to assist in this.
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