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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

VIRTUAL MUSEUM

Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts

purpose of real time museum
Purpose of “Real Time” museum
  • Document
  • Display
  • Educate

Document Learning

Display

Educate Parents

what is a virtual museum
What is a virtual museum?
  • …. The idea of a virtual arts integration night was born.
what is a virtual museum5
What is a virtual museum?
  • Electronic artifacts including:
why have a virtual museum
Why have a virtual museum?
  • To document and publish student work for a broad audience virtually.

Students Parents Community

what was the process
What was the process?
  • Workshops for teachers
    • Refresher on how to document the process
what must be included
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
examples
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
first grade imaginary journey through the clouds
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

third grade history science magazine covers
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.
image making integrating language arts and photography
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.