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VIRTUAL MUSEUM

VIRTUAL MUSEUM Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts Purpose of “Real Time” museum Document Display Educate Document Learning Display Educate Parents “Real Time” What is a virtual museum? …. The idea of a virtual arts integration night was born. What is a virtual museum?

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VIRTUAL MUSEUM

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  1. VIRTUAL MUSEUM Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts

  2. Purpose of “Real Time” museum • Document • Display • Educate Document Learning Display Educate Parents

  3. “Real Time”

  4. What is a virtual museum? • …. The idea of a virtual arts integration night was born.

  5. What is a virtual museum? • Electronic artifacts including:

  6. Why have a virtual museum? • To document and publish student work for a broad audience virtually. Students Parents Community

  7. What was the process? • Workshops for teachers • Refresher on how to document the process

  8. Every Child Must Be Represented

  9. What must be included? • Title page • Objectives page • Photographs of the process • Photographs or scans showing samples of student products • Reflections by students (i.e. artist statements) • Also May Include: • Video taped highlights • Interviews of students about the process • Music

  10. Examples • Kindergarten: Journey to Grandma’s House • First Grade: Imaginary Journeys • Second Grade: Mali Tableau • Third Grade: Magazine Covers • Fourth Grade: Magnetism Readers Theater/Integration Tableau • Fifth Grade: Poetry based on Student Photography • Sixth Grade: Image Maker

  11. First Grade: Imaginary Journey Through the Clouds While learning about the different types of clouds, students went on an imaginary journey to feel the difference between the clouds. Step 1: Imaginary Journey Step 3: Individual Recall of Types of Clouds Step 2: Group Retell

  12. Third GradeHistory/Science Magazine Covers • The children found pictures of patriotic symbols or famous Americans on the web. They were then instructed to write three facts and one question about their picture.

  13. Image Making: Integrating Language Arts and Photography Photostory documenting a year long arts integration project of sixth grade students working with a professional photographer to examine and document different perspectives and changes in their school and community environment using photography, literature, and writing.

  14. What are our next steps? • Blogs…

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