Help me give my students the current technology to create innovative art pieces utilizing the power of sensors.
This project expired on April 30, 2019.
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I have the amazing job of helping young students to grow creatively. As an elementary art teacher I have had the honor of following children from as young as five throughout their childhood and witnessing how they see their worlds through their art.
My students need innovative materials and tools to help them approach creative problems in new ways.
Now more than ever my students need to learn ways to think critically and creatively as they prepare to be 21st century learners.
5th and 6th grade students at the Howe Manning School are integrating STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) into their creative learning in a class called Artovation. Students are discovering new innovative approaches to art and learning.
Please help me give my students a truly rewarding STEAM experience. Little Bits, LEGO EV3, and Arduino offer students the chance to experiment with and design cutting edge art pieces that incorporate a wide variety of sensors; motion, touch, light, sound, and more.
6th grade Artovation (Art + Innovation) students will integrate sensors into their art projects as they develop and execute truly interactive works of art.
It is important for students utilizing technology to have access to current materials and tools.
I am excited to see the possibilities my Artovation students can envision when presented with the best resources.
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