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Friday, March 17 • 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Messy, Mobile Art Making: Exploring a Tra-digital Approach to Learning

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Come and make a mess as we seamlessly combine hands-on practices and processes, tactile materials and mobile devices for creativity! This workshop will provide you with the confidence, tools and tactics you need to enhance creativity, visual literacy and divergent thinking using mobile devices for learning in your classroom. Full of apps, lesson ideas and concrete examples from real classrooms, this course is a lot of fun and very hands-on. We’ll mix paint and pixels, iPads and everything else, as we explore lessons unpacking the concept of abstraction, use reflected images to create kaleidoscopes, get Escher-esque drawing digital tessellations, create images with type, make talking sculptures and build timelapse towers. You'll laugh as we learn about some seriously useful pedagogical approaches for rich, cross-curricular lesson design. Want more? Well, you’ll have to come to the workshop! Must have an iPad. Also, a number of free apps will be required for participation in this 'hands-on' workshop. Please watch for an email to you two weeks before this event with a list of those to download prior to arriving in Palm Springs.
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All pre-registered attendees signed up for zero dollar (free) workshops must be in a seat five minutes prior to the beginning of the workshop. If not, you will lose your pre-registered seat and it will be open to other conference participants standing by.

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Cathy Hunt

Visual Arts Educator, St Hilda's School
Cathy is a well-known advocate for the creative integration of technology in education, developing ground-breaking programs for students around the world that combine hands-on, tactile and collaborative ways of working with mobile devices. | As an award-winning educational consultant, presenter, author and experienced Visual Art teacher at The St Hilda’s School on Australia’s the Gold Coast, she has worked with thousands of... Read More →


Friday March 17, 2017 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Pueblo, Renaissance Hotel 888 Tahquitz Canyon Way Palm Springs, CA 92262