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Copy of Using ICT to enhance Art and Design
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used by experts and novices alike. There are many tools in Photoshop which you can use with children. This presentation will only focus on the use of photoshop filters. - children have the opportunity to sellf assess and imporve their artwork,
-It gives them greater ownership over their learning and their final outcome. (DFES, 1999)
-It allows learning to be accessible to all as this is a multisensory approach to teaching and learning. (Macdonald and Wisdom)
- It allows you to edit your work in many different ways whilst still maintaining your original image.
-It can either stand alone in developing a final piece of work or alternatively can be used as part of the creative process to then further develop a painting or piece of artwork from. Before this lesson children need to have a series of lessons where an observational drawing is completed in any media. -It needs to be introduced to children with an exploratory lesson so they can have a play with it and explore its many tools.
-Children may feel overwhelmed by the amount of tools and the choices.
-Innitially children may need lots of support. Children can sometimes feel like art has to look like something.
When they were young, children doodle, but this is lost as they go through school and makes it seem as though these doodles become ivaluable. But these doodles can essentially be the start of abstract art! Photoshop helps by making abstract art less frightening as the filters create effects for them to develop.
Pupils should be taught ... 1a. record from observation experience and imagination. 2a. investigare the possibilities of a range of materials and processes. 3a. review what they and others have done and ssay what they think and feel about it.
3b. Identify what they might change in their current work or develop in their future work. 4a. visual and tactile elements, including colour, shape, pattern and teture, line and tone, shape, form and space 5a. exploring a range of starting points for practical work 5c. using a range of materials
and processes KS2
Pupils should be taught... 1a. record from experience and imagination, to select and record from first hand observation and to explore ideas for different purposes. 1c. collect visual and other information to help them develop their ideas to use in their work. 2a. investigate and combine visual and tactile qualities of materials and processe and to match these qualities to the purpose of the work. 2b. apply their experience of materiales and processes, including drawing, developing their control of tools and techniques 2c. use a variety of methods and
approaches to communicate
observations ideas and feelings
and to design and make images
and artefacts. 3b. adapt their work according to their v
iews and describe how they might develop it further. 4a.visual and tactile elements including colour, patternand texture, line, and tone, shape, formand space and how these elements can be combined and organised for different purposes. 3b. adapt their work according to their views
and describe how they might develop it further. 5a.exploring a range of starting points for practical work 5c. using a range of materials and processes including ICT
This can be followed by either displaying this work in it's self.
Or by extending this to create large works of collaborated abstract art. Thank you for listening.