A. Instruction - 4.3
B. Design - 5.5
C. Engagement - 5.7
Photo Effects with Drive: Filtering Photos Straight to Your Drive
Summary : Filters, Filters, and Drive
Instructional Ideas for Photo Effects with Drive
- When adding effects to a presentation or project, teachers can have students modify images using this website and insert them into their work.
- As part of a creative writing assignment, teachers can choose a random image and modify it using this website. They can then show the image to their students using a projector and have students write the backstory about the image. When finished, students can share their backstories. As part of that sharing, teachers can point out the areas of emphasis that made the stories engaging.
- Teachers can have a class photo contest. To do so, students can be required to create the most unusual image and modify using this website. Teachers can put parameters on images such as they had to be taken from the school or local community (not found online), must include a certain number of people or objects, and had to be taken with a specific device (e.g., smartphone or tablet). Students can then modify the image using this website and post it to either a classroom website or a Dotstorming Students can then vote on the image they like the best, and teachers can have students explain why they liked the image they selected.
- Teachers can have students choose an image from Pixabay and use the image with this website. That way, teachers can help ensure the legality of their photo use.
|A2. 21st Century Skills|
|A3. Conn. to Future Learning|
|A4. Value of Errors|
|A5. Feedback to Teacher|
|A6. Level of Material|
|A7. Cooperative Learning|
|A8. Accom. of Individual Diff.|
|B1. Ability to Save Progress|
|B2. Platform Integration|
|B3. Screen Design|
|B4. Ease of Use|
|B6. Goal Orientation|
|B7. Information Presentation|
|B8. Media Integration|
|B9. Cultural Sensitivity|
|C1. Learner Control|
Screenshots of Photo Effects with Drive