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1 iPads in the Art Room Jennifer Motter, Ph.D. Forest Hills Middle School, New Media Art Program Developer/ Teacher J. L. Motter

2 iPads in the Middle School Art Room In order to provide students with up-to-date 21 st century knowledge, skills, and learning experiences, teachers and students need mobile technology: Access On-going Training J. L. Motter

3 iPads in the Middle School Art Room Art projects utilizing iPads as art making tools: 1)Stop Motion Animation- Stop Motion Studio App 2)PSU Perspective WebQuest- Camera App, Adobe Photoshop Xpress App 3)PSU Family Portraits WebQuest- Safari App, Camera App 4)PSU Dreamcatcher WebQuest- Camera App, Adobe Photoshop Xpress App 5)PSU Sculpting Ideals WebQuest- Camera App 6)Digital Stories- Pinnacle Studio App J. L. Motter

4 iPad Project 1: Stop Motion Animation iPad Integration: Stop Motion Animation with a Message Stop-motion has been around since the late 1800's. It involves adding movement to inanimate objects Project Steps: 1. Read stop motion animation related articles and answer reflection questions. 2. Create a practice mini stop motion animation. 3. In small groups, collaboratively brainstorm a stop motion animation idea and materials (modeling clay, chalk, paper, scissors, pencils, toys, stuffed animals, legos, push pins, markers, cardboard, fruit, silverware, paper clips, ornaments, jewelry, etc). 4. In small groups, collect still images using iPads, if available, and/or digital cameras. 5. In small groups, create and edit your video using Stop Motion Studio app, if iPads are available. 6. In small groups, submit your final project by posting it to the class blog site. 7. Share your stop motion animations with the class and engage in online peer critique. J. L. Motter

5 iPad Project 1: Stop Motion Animation Assessments: Formative Assessment: Mini Stop Motion Animation (must include at least 20 photos and audio) Summative Assessment: Final Project Stop Motion Animation Final Project Requirements: Combine still images (photos taken by you) and audio (sound effects, music, and/or voice-overs). You may use an iPad to take at least 200 photos (Stop Motion Studio App ) and add at least one audio source (Stop Motion Studio App). Photograph duration should be between 0.2 and 0.5 seconds. Upload to our Art I blog. Share your stop motion animation with a message! Post feedback for each group's video. Type your initials and period number (e.g. JM1), and then provide positive feedback (at least one positive comment) and constructive criticism (at least one suggestion for improvement). J. L. Motter

6 iPad Project 1: Stop Motion Animation Resources iPad: iPad Tutorial iPad User's Guide iPad Cheat Sheet sheet.htmlhttp://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/ipad-for-dummies-cheat- sheet.html Stop Motion Animation Examples: Super Mario Bros. Claymation Whiteboard Animation Wooden Model Stop Motion Animation Western Spaghetti Stop Motion Animation Coinstar by PES Duck Tape Commercial Post-it Note Arcade Artists who send messages Green messages: message/henrique-oliveira message/henrique-oliveira Street art messages: Political injustice messages: Race messages: J. L. Motter

7 iPad Project 2: PSU Perspective WebQuest For the past three years, my Seventh Grade Art and Art I (ninth grade) classes used iPads in order to complete WebQuests designed by Dr. Karen Keifer-Boyd and Yenju Lin's Penn State, University Park A ED 322: Visual Culture & Educational Technologies course. Seventh Grade Art: Photography Lesson TASK #1: Forced Perspective With your partner, create at least two images using FORCED PERSPECTIVE! Forced perspective is a photographic illusion generally used to make two or more objects seem to be a different size than their actual size. You will be creating photographs that ENLARGE, EXTEND, or TRANSFORM space. Project Steps: BE INSPIRED BRAINSTORM COLLECT PHOTOGRAPH DISCUSS POST J. L. Motter

8 iPad Project 2: PSU Perspective WebQuest Seventh Grade Art: Photography Lessonhttp://laurelrkissinger.wix.com/perspectivehttp://laurelrkissinger.wix.com/perspective TASK #2: Personal perspective You will be asking your partner questions assigned to your group and having a discussion. Based on your differentiating perspectives of the questions, you will be creating at least two photographs. One photograph will represent one partner's perspective, while the second photograph will represent the other partner's perspective. This is a little bit more tricky than the first task! Project Steps: ASK AND DISCUSS BE INSPIRED BRAINSTORM COLLECT PHOTOGRAPH ANALYZE POST J. L. Motter

9 iPad Project 2: PSU Perspective WebQuest Forced PerspectivePersonal perspective: an individual’s view(s)

10 iPad Project 3: PSU Family Portraits WebQuest Art I (ninth grade): Family Feature feature#!blog/cm8t feature#!blog/cm8t Challenge: Students will create a family portrait painting that represent their definition of family. Project Steps: Day 1- Students will explore Google Cultural Institute’s Art Project and answering the discussion questions. Day 2-3- Students will create sketches for their final painting project. Day 4-6- Students will paint their final using their choice of medium. Day 7- Students will participate in a progress critique of unfinished work. Day8-9- Students will finish their paintings. Day 10- Students will post paintings and reflections to their course blog. J. L. Motter

11 iPad Project 3: PSU Family Portraits WebQuest Google Cultural Institute Online ResourcesGoogle Cultural Institute Online Resources: Famous Family Portrait Paintings Family Through a Child's Eyes J. L. Motter

12 iPad Project 4: PSU Dreamcatcher WebQuest Seventh Grade Art: Dreamcatcher WebQuest: Challenge: Make your dreams come to life using photographs, Internet images, and audio. In small groups, students will: 1.Brainstorm 2.Collect photographs 3.Adobe Photoshop Express 4. Photo Story 3 5. Preview and submit J. L. Motter

13 iPad Project 5: Sculpting Ideals WebQuest Art I (ninth grade): Sculpting Ideals: Challenge: Create a found object sculpture representing an ideal In small groups, students will: 1.Explore visual culture 2.Bring in found objects 3.Record sculpture creation using iPads 4.Edit video timing and add audio using video editing app J. L. Motter

14 iPad Project 6: Digital Stories Art I (ninth grade) classes created meaningful digital stories with iPads. Challenge: Create a digital story that teaches how to create an artwork! J. L. Motter

15 iPad Project 6: Digital Stories Project Steps: 1. I will introduce the Digital Story Project (including story elements, story maps, storyboards, shot types, contemporary artists’ work: Kara Walker & Nikki Smith) and show project examples. 2. Students will be placed in small groups of 3-5 students. 3. In small groups, students will collaboratively brainstorm a digital story idea. 4. In small groups, students will collaboratively complete a story map. 5. I will demonstrate how to take still photos and record video using an iPad. 6. I will demonstrate how to create and edit a video using Pinnacle Studio App. 7. In small groups, students will create a practice movie. 8. In small groups, students will collaboratively complete a storyboard. 9. In small groups, students will collect still images and video clips using iPads. 10. In small groups, students will create and edit their video using Pinnacle Studio App. 11. Students will share their digital stories with the class and engage in online peer critique. 12. Students will post a reflective artist statement. J. L. Motter

16 iPad Project 6: Digital Stories Digital Story Requirements: Combine still images (photos taken by you), video clips (video recorded by you), and audio (sound effects, music, and/or voice-overs). You may use an iPad to take photos (Camera App and/or Photo Booth App), film (Camera App), and record audio (Pinnacle Studio App). ·No clip should be longer than 6 seconds ·Create a title and closing credits ·Add transitions and effects ·Use an extra audio source (voice-over narration, background music– cc license*, sound effects, etc.) ·Use at least 4 creative camera angles: worm’s eye view, bird’s eye view, wide angle, and close up · Upload to our Art I blog · Share your meaningful digital story! · Post feedback for each group's video. Type your initials and period number (e.g. JM1), and then provide positive feedback (at least one positive comment) and constructive criticism (at least one suggestion for improvement). J. L. Motter

17 iPad Project 6: Digital Stories Resources Pinnacle Studio App Pinnacle Studio Basic Directions Pinnacle Studio App Tutorial General Search Creative Commons Search Music/Audio Creative CommonsAudio The Free SoundProject ccMixter incompetech jamendo Download.com Free Play The Freesound Project Ghost Note Magna Tune Opsound Partners in Rhyme Images BigFoto CreativeCommons Images Dreamstime FreeImages OpenPhoto J. L. Motter

18 iPad Apps for Artmaking Let’s Create! Pottery HD Lite- Free Adobe Ideas- Free Ink- Free Graffiti Spray Can- Free 123D Sculpt- Free Drawing Box- $2.99 Inspire Pro- $9.99 Pixlr-o-matic- Free SketchBook Mobile X- Free Pic Collage- Free J. L. Motter

19 iPad Mobile Productivity Apps Google Drive - FreeGoogle Drive Citrix ShareFile QuickEdit - FreeCitrix ShareFile QuickEdit Penultimate - FreePenultimate Inspiration Maps - Free for the lite version, or $9.99 for the full versionInspiration Maps Paper by 53 - FreePaper by 53 J. L. Motter

20 App Exploration & Discussion Explore and share apps Questions and comments J. L. Motter

21 References J. L. Motter


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