DEC Scan Journal : 2014 Issue 1
2014 Volume 33, Issue 1 55 Contents Editorial Currents Teaching & learning Research Curriculum support Share this Resource reviews I enjoyed the My treasure unit because It gave me the opportunity to share something that I think is special to me and share it with my friends and people I do not know. Our chosen art works were favourite things in our lives so that made our unit really enjoyable. photographed, sketched or painted, an artist’s statement and a justification of why it was their treasure. Teachers engaged in the shared space to provide support, to nurture learning and to encourage new thinking. A final satellite lesson (using REACT satellite software) enabled students and teachers to interact further; talking about their treasures, discussing what they had learnt and hearing the stories of other learning journeys. Student comments and samples of their work Ruby by Luke @ Bourke Artwork by Belle @ Dubbo Painting of Bone Bird Jungle by Zoe @ Dubbo Photograph of Bone Bird Jungle by Zoe @ Dubbo When we shared our work on the Padlet wall, it was heaps of fun. Being able to interact with each other and share techniques was mind blowing! I felt like I was part of something special. Painting by Riley @ Hay I felt pretty good about it, at first I was a bit nervous that someone would think that it looks stupid or my ideas weren’t good but when IdiditIfeltfineandIwantedto do it again! I really enjoyed it! My treasure is a little old rusty wheel off a trike. I chose this treasure because my Pa used to ride it when he was a little boy like me. I created my photo on Snapseed. I like the cream background with the black frame. For my drawing I used black ink.
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