Join the Crayola Education Team and our Special Guests as we discuss Reimaging Back-to-School in a new normal.
SPECIAL GUEST EXPERTS
Mario RosseroExecutive DirectorNational Art Education AssociationSharon DefeliceDirector, Innovation & Consumer InsightsCrayolaShauna KauffmanPrincipalArnold Elementary, MarylandDyanne GriffinVice PresidentSchool Family Media
Artists communicate through visual messages. Have students explore the ways artists show children playing, eating, and learning around the world. Then create a drawing of an event or activity that would help others around the world understand them and their community or culture using this #ThinkingSheet.
Have students respond to the needs of people in your community and the broader world with messages that can help. What problems might be solved with creativity, communication, and collaboration? Explore more using this #ThinkingSheet.
Have students connect their favorite activities with similar experiences they believe others around the world might have, then sketch pictures that show experiences that are similar and different using this #ThinkingSheet.
How do others around the world show they care about people, the planet, and set goals for its protection? Using this #ThinkingSheet, have students create a poster or sign that will communicate their sustainability goals.
We'll explore different design innovations and how STEAM can energize learning (at school or at home), then hear about virtual field trips and animal adaptations from the Georgia Aquarium and how to incorporate technology and biomimicry lessons into the classroom with Future-ready Librarian and Innovation Director, Shannon McClintock Miller!Special Guests:Molly Johnson - Sr. Environmental Educator, Georgia AquariumShannon McClintock Miller - Future-Ready Librarian and Innovation Director, Van Meter SchoolJames Wells - Innovative Teaching & Learning Manager, Crayola#2020#FeaturedWebinar#Thinking Sheet
What surprises delight you? What surprises frighten or embarrass you? How does connecting surprise with feelings help you plan wonderful surprising experiences? Explore these questions and more with this #ThinkingSheet
Consider what a handmade gift would mean to the person you give it to. It could be a poem, promise, picture, craft, or song! How does making and giving gifts impact your relationship? How does it make you feel? Have children explore these questions and more using this #ThinkingSheet
Artists use the principles of design to communicate ideas. How can creative movements, images, songs, or dance, help you say something that is important to you? Discuss the many ways you and your students can use movement to convey meaning using this #ThinkingSheet
Artists use the Art Elements and Principles of Design to speak through their art. Encourage students to create a card that conveys a message using color, texture, line, shape, and movement, with the help of this #ThinkingSheet.