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Digital Photography in Teaching and Learning
Share your examples of using digital photography in teaching and learning. For instance, did you know that mushrooms sometimes grow out of old logs?
Here are some examples to get you thinking:
Use a series of photos to tell a story
Use a series of photos to demonstrate a process (i.e., making a sculpture) or cycle (i.e., life cycle of a tree).
Use a series of photos to make a comparison such as right/wrong or correct/incorrect.
Use photos to show how items can be organized or categorized.
Use photos as story starters or to stimulate thinking.
Use photos for visualizing vocabulary or labeling parts.
You may want to check out the
High Tech Learning: Photography
page for more ideas.
Share your ideas:
Seed to Sapling
Norfolk Teacher Projects
Fall 2006 High Tech Projects
Fall 2007 High Tech Projects
Fall 2008 High Tech Projects
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