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Student Name: Katherine Ruvalcaba Date: 1/29/17 Artifact Description: Graffiti Painting – creating a painting using an image while maintaining aspects of the original image. What you learned: I learned that creativity can be a challenging aspect of technology AND class work but with the appropriate tools, everyone can be an artist. I had previous experience writing short stories for other classes so that wasn’t a difficulty but the painting itself was. It’s easier to create an original piece tha
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  Student Name:  Katherine Ruvalcaba Date: 1/29/17 Artifact Description:   Graffiti Painting  – creating a painting using an image while maintaining aspects of the srcinal image. What you learned:  I learne that creativit! can be a challenging aspect of technolog! #$ class wor% but with the appropriate tools& ever!one can be an artist. I ha previous e'perience writing short stories for other classes so that wasn(t a ifficult! but the painting itself was. It(s easier to create an srcinal piece than it is to create a piece from an image while maintaining aspects of sai image. I in(t want it to be a chilish figure from something li%e Goosebumps& I wante it to have a semblance of relevance to our current political climate. I wante it to be closeto realit! while maintaining an aspect of sheer an utter terror which prove to be a bigger challenge than I anticipate. )owever& using the appropriate tools an being able to aress m! creativit! an imagination through these tools allowe me to enhance m! %nowlege of Photoshop. National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS)ãT Addressed: *1 +acilitate an inspire stuent learning an creativit!, -eachers use their %nowlege of subect matter& teaching an learning& an technolog! to facilitate e'periences that avance stuent learning& creativit!& an innovation in both face to face an virtual environments.   http,//www.iste.org/stanars.asp' 0in%s to an e'ternal site. Application of Sills !earned for the uture:  sing tools li%e Paint or Photoshop allows a teacher to e'press their creativit! while reaching outsie of the stuff! mol the!(re categori3e into. 4! collaborating with stuents on proects involving Paint or Photoshop& we are able to use a stuents( creativit! to better their wor%. If I continue to pursue m! career as a teacher& Paint or Photoshop woul have to be a technolog! m! stuents use to allow them room to be creative with their wor%. It gives stuents a chance to use their artistic brains while creating a proect relating to the subect matter the!(re wor%ing with. 4! allowing stuents to use these artistic tools& I woul enable them to e'pan their mins.
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