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1 Cramp Elementary This is how we did it…

2 Starting Out Get Administration on board – support is important Explain that students will have cameras in school, at home (possibly) Explain that students will be given rules to follow about the cameras  No pictures of people without permission  No cameras in class, during classes time, unless classroom teacher allows for it  Students will show responsibility for the camera, it’s a privilege  Parental Permissions required

3 Starting Out S ET U P

4 Set Up Get your paperwork in order, create a paper LTP folder  Camera warranties  Printer and cameras direction sheets  CDs  Student permission slip blanks  Information about LTP for handouts

5 Set Up Get equipment from LTP Log in ALL cameras and equipment Try all equipment; insert batteries into cameras Give copy of log to Tech Support (school) – back up Create a Student Camera log sheet Create a LTP folder on your computer for image downloads and back ups  Classroom numbers  Internal folders with student names  Homework Due Dates

6 Set Up Copy student permission slips Copy of class attendance sheet to log in permissions or Non permissions Gather images for first class decoding image

7 Starting Out: C OLLABORATION

8 Collaboration Talk to classroom teachers  How do they want to start?  Possible themes to explore?  When?  Is there a common collaboration time (common prep)?  When to have the teaching artist come in?  Let them know your concerns, timing, schedule, etc.  Once a month homework assignments  Every other week, rotating cameras  Homework buddies  Be honest about timing

9 Staring Out: FIRST ART CLASS

10 First Art Class Discussion  Student privilege and responsibility  Camera safety  How to store it  Don’t flash it around  Don’t let older or younger siblings use it – it’s your responsibility  Accidents happen – just let me know about it when it does happen  Limit use of previewing images – uses a lot of energy  Logging in cameras/logging out

11 Portraits

12 First Art Class Picture Taking  Have to use the cameras provided, do not allow for using cameras from home  Appropriate images  What is acceptable vs non appropriate – it’s your responsibility  Photographer safety – when is it not appropriate to take pictures  Lighting  Blurry images – can they work?  Cropped images – use the viewer!  Interesting angles  Limit the number of images for homework to no more than 20

13 Younger siblings….

14 Interesting Angle

15 It’s a what??

16 First Art Class Taking pictures of people – with their permission only! Posing a photo to tell a story Taking an un-posed image to tell a story Thinking in pictures Telling stories in pictures Taking a series of pictures to tell a story

17 First Lesson H OMEWORK

18 Homework Set strict deadline first time around Signing out cameras Checking cameras to make sure they work Assigning or choosing a homework buddy Review assignment Take a photo taking trip around the school to practice with the cameras

19 Homework On Deadline Day  Log in cameras  Download images to computer into student folders  Print a shuffle page for students to pick from  Check off log  Delete images from disk to clean it out for the next time  If you have a student teacher – they can do this or train a student to do at lunch time Have students create a photography portfolio to save all shuffle pages, final prints and photo ideas

20 Good Luck! Remember to have fun… Keep an open mind and… BREATHE!


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