- Create a new page on your digital portfolio or a tackk page.
- Add photos, video clips, images of your sketches/notes, your ThingLink about your mural research, and other visual elements to your snapshot.
- Describe your experiences while working on the mural. Try to give a clear picture of how the mural project and your understanding developed. (Use the questions below for inspiration if you're not sure what to write about.)
* Think of this as a digital journal-type reflection on the mural process. Be clear, specific, and thorough in your discussion of your experiences. Your goal is to clearly represent YOUR personal experiences while working on the mural project.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Potential Questions to Address:
- What is a mural?
- What does our mural mean to you?
- Why is the mural important?
- What have you learned about the creative process?
- What are some benefits (and negatives) about the location of the mural?
- (How does this compare/contrast with the location of the other mural Fausto facilitated?)
- Why is collaboration important to the mural-making process?
- What is the most interesting/impactful thing you learned?
- Describe the creative process in your own words.
- How has the mural project changed your ideas about making art?
- How will this experience impact your future artwork?
- What lessons/ideas discussed by Fausto (or Ms. Wolf) stuck with you the most?
- What lessons/ideas discussed by your PEERS stuck with you?
- What is your favorite part of the mural process? Why?
- What is your favorite part of the mural itself? Why?
- What are questions you would like to ask different people who see the mural?
- What message do you hope the mural shares with the SCS community?