Google Classroom Tip #45: Photography
Part of your job is to help students pursue their own interests through personalized learning. For today’s tip, we will discuss how you can cultivate a student’s love of photography through Google Classroom.
- In My Mind’s Eye – Have students express their ideas through digital photography or film by choosing a content-related topic, discussing their project with their peers and teacher, and then photographing or filming their ideas. Artifacts can be uploaded to Classroom.
- Photography Portfolio – Use Google Classroom as a portfolio for photography students to showcase their work.
- Photo Slideshow – Create a photo slideshow using Google Slides.
- Snapshots of History – Using an image of a historical event, have students recreate and photograph the image. Students can then use the image to write a first-person narrative from the perspective of an individual from the image. Photos and stories are uploaded to Classroom.
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