My students made beautiful rigid transformation artwork that decorated our classroom for the rest of the year. Read more about the project here. Their work was definitely enhanced by all of the examples we studied. Students created personal statements to accompany their art, but I didn’t want to share those publicly.
Many students with disabilities created absolutely exceptional work.
Many students embraced the opportunity to share about their heritage.
Art-loving students were especially happy to work on an interdisciplinary project.
Check out this selection:
Just wishing I had taken better quality photographs!
[…] If it wasn’t clear, I really am looking for people to collaborate with. Feedback, suggestions, ideas, and criticism are always welcome. My next post will be about how I’m using these resources throughout Unit 1. Here are some examples of my students’ projects. […]
This is awesome! I’m looking to incorporate this into my classroom, thank you for sharing your thoughts.
Mind blown! I absolutely LOVE the project. If you don’t mind me asking, was there any comments on the Islamic portion? I am Muslim and don’t want parents to think I am including my beliefs.
Nope – nothing negative at my school!
But I do teach in LA in a pretty progressive school with open-minded parents. If you do this project, I’d love to hear how it goes!