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This week on the aRTs Roundtable we are dedicating the entire podcast to Tricia and Dave Fuglestad. Tricia usually podcasts with us. Dave, her husband, was involved in a serious motorcycle accident on August 2, 2014 that currently has left him paralyzed. He also is an educator in the northern suburbs of Chicago. Both are on leave of absence. There are a variety of things you can do to help out this amazing couple. They will be retro-fitting their home […]
This week on the aRTs Roundtable discusses how to manage technology in the arts classroom (when you only have them for 30-40 minutes) and trouble shooting with yourself and your students. Tricia talks about the new app from doink green screen. Great tips! Show Host: Carol Broos Show Contributors: Tricia Fuglestad and Brenda Muench Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
Apple Tech Update Conf: – an amazing new device for your video classroom – iOgrapher. For $600 you can have the most amazing rig: an iPad fitted with a shotgun mike, light source, tripod, and an app for digital video editing and uploading! Also James on the film “Gravity.”
The iPad and the Chromebook. Choose your path wisely.
A new season of iDig Video – join us to hear What’s New on the Horizon at Apple. Also James discusses an exciting 1:1 deployment in his Media Center and how it applies to video production. And video students seem to pick up the tech stuff pretty quickly, but struggle with story structure. We outline an intro to teaching story structure to video students.
This week on the aRTs Roundtable gaming in the music classroom. All three of us are HOOKED on My Singing Monsters app for the iPad and iPhone. A music game that we all have been obsessed with. There is a My Singing Monsters wiki where you can find how to “breed” different sound monsters and we are using mindmeister to map out our monsters. Show Host: Carol Broos Show Contributors: Jennifer Kolze and Brenda Muench Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any […]
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk about the all the ghosts of our summer play and creating with our iPads, and how we will use this play in our classrooms and conferences. Tricia has been playing a lot with doink app. Here’s her blogpost for creating spooky landscapes. Tricia has been experimenting with a variety of photo apps, like Superimpose. Brenda, Carol, and Jen are obsessed with My Singing Monsters. Brenda will use MadPad with the My Singing Monsters loops […]
This week on the aRTs Roundtable is about Plan B. What do you do when you hit a wall in technology in the arts. Tricia reached out for resources at https://edbacker.com/ Jen creatively rescheduled. Brenda using Sonic Pics is still trying a work around with her first graders and the book Fortunately by Remy Charlip. Carol was someone else’s Plan B, since another teacher found it difficult to recreate a movie. We all had the student’s in mind of creating our Plan […]
Meg Wilson (@iPodsibilities) joins us for a look at some fascinating ways in which new tech and media are now being used in education. From the first time Meg brought an iPod into a room of “doubting” educators – Meg has been at the forefront of developing new tech ideas for the classroom! She shares of some of the innovative work she is now doing at the Avenues – World School in NYC.
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk about how to navigate mobile devices and create an environment of positive “can do anything” in the art and music classroom. We talk about what to do with “fast finishers” and empowering your students, whatever the grade, to be tech support and experts within the arts classroom. Tricia talks about doink app for the iPad and the video she created with her students that is featured this month in iPhone magazine. Show […]
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk about transliteracy. Art teachers must be able use music, music teachers be able to use art in the projects the students create. In addition arts teachers involve theater and dance. The blurring of the arts has created arts teachers that take risks outside their discipline. We talk about the risks we have taken outside our comfort zone and how our students are creating innovative multimedia projects with purpose with transliteracy. Show Host: Carol Broos […]
Let’s get right down to business. You need to shoot a video, but you either don’t know where to start, how to begin, or the BASICS to pull it off. I get it. The ease and accessibility to create videos is now being required of all of us. So here’s what you need to know. Top 5 tips to shooting great video 1. Camera Of course you’ll need a camera. To make a good video, the TYPE of camera […]
Hosts: Meg Wilson Kelly Dumont Luis Perez iPhone 5 and iOS 6 Discussion Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
This week on the Google Educast: Fred Delventhal, Kevin Brookhouser, Sean Williams, and Chris Betcher take us through a bevy of tools and extensions that will help out the classroom, especially if you have a tablet device like and iPad or Nexus 7. This show really delves into the conundrum some educators have when collaborating on an iDevice.
Has the interactive whiteboard technology run its course? Is it worth the time, money and effort to install? This week on the Razor’s Ed, I look at interactive whiteboard technology and riff on if it is the right time to buy. Update: Word is the Reflection app is almost ready for PC beta testing. Stay tuned to their website for details
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk about Photo Apps. There is a thin line between art and music, the crossover is apparent in the apps we use for art and music. Photography apps have transformed how we take pictures and create new photos. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Tricia Fuglestad and Brenda Muench Show wiki: edreach.us Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk about Artsy Apps. There is a thin line between art and music, the crossover is apparent in the apps we use for art and music. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Trisha Fuglestad and Jennifer Kolze Show wiki: edreach.us Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Tonight we have some fun and discuss games in the classroom. There are some great blogs about gaming for kids with disabilities, as well as some great apps to do it too. It’s not all about technology though, as we discuss some of our favorite games growing up. Make sure to check out all the information from the show by clicking the show notes! Show Host: Patrick Black (@teachntech00) Show contributors: Deb Truskey (@debtruskey) Tricia Lazarro (@tlazarro11) Here’s […]