Arts Integration

Inspired by the place based, time based environmental art of Andrew Goldsworthy and others, Alison Diesvelt’s section of EDST301 experimented with digital photography and created a virtual Mandala on a Padlet page. The whole thing began with a walk to the beach on a sunny winter’s day to create the ‘real world’ Mandalas in the sand. Students photographed the process and product of their journey and returned to class to co-create the following ‘sculpture’ in Padlet (projected on the smartboard for ease of manipulation). There were a few glitches and negotiations around how to organize, arrange and take turns but, overall, a successful and active day of learning.

Instructional Handout: ArtsTechIntegrationJan31

Our ‘Padlet’ Wall (may take a few moments to load!)

About Yvonne Dawydiak

@yvonnedtechtalk UBC Teacher Education Technology Integration Mentor | MET Manager MET Graduate Enviro-interested non-profit director -
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