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Karaoke Elementary Musical
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Technology in Art Video Collaboration
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Welcome to Make Your School House Rock!
Making Videos to Teach concepts
by Tricia Fuglestad
to hook your students by setting art concepts to music in captivating videos!
Let's Get Started!
View my art-related student-made Fugleflicks to see some examples on the
Fugleflick Index page.
I will demonstrate a very easy way to make movies with your students.
About the presenter:
is a K-5 art teacher, Dryden Elementary, Arlington Heights, IL.
Contact me at:
Read Illinois Education Association's Advocate Article:
Teacher uses Movie-Making to Solve Classroom Problems
Read Wisconsin's Teaching Today Article about Fugleflicks:
Making Art-Related Student-Created Fugleflicks
Read Education World's Article about her Fugleflicks:
Education World Article
Take a peek into her classroom here via Dr. Craig Roland:
Art at Dryden
Read Education Week's article about her work here:
Education Week Article
Learn about the
Brush With Fame, Young Sloppy Brush Collaborative Art Project
Read eSchool News article
"That's So Shark Dog!"
to learn about our "pup art" sensation and learning experience.
Tricia Fuglestad was one of the top
10 PBS Teachers Innovator Award
Read more here
Learn about the making of the Fugleflick
"Swept Away" in School Arts Magazine.
Featured in the College Textbook, Children and Their Art.
Learn more here.
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