5 creative ways to share your passions (with classroom ideas, too!) — from classtechtips.com by Dr. Monica Burns

Excerpt:

If we’re anything alike, there are topics you just can’t stop talking about. I am definitely guilty of being “that” person who talks about the latest piece of advice they heard on a podcast or a recipe from TikTok that they can’t wait to try out. You might also find me going on and on about how fun it was to visit a new school, a new lesson idea I want to try out, or an EdTech tool that totally changed the way I think about [fill in the blank]. In today’s blog post, I put together a list of five creative ways to share your passions. You’ll also find creative classroom ideas to go along with each one.

Some of these are part of my regular practice of sharing things I’m passionate about. Others I’ve tried a few times and loved, even if they’re not my daily, weekly, or monthly way of sharing.

Best of all… all of these ideas are ones your students can try, too.


Also relevant/see:

Liven up your lesson with a comic strip twist — from classtechtips.com by Dr. Monica Burns

 
 

7 best photography lighting kits for camera geeks — from by Atharva Gosavi
Setup the paradise for capturing the perfectness.

 

Beautiful!

 

Podcasts For High School Students — from teachthought.com by Dennis Lee,

Categories covered include:

  • Academic Related Podcasts
  • General and Special Interest Podcasts
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Inspirational & Motivational
 
 

World Nature Photography Awards 2021 Winners — from worldnaturephotographyawards.com

Two enormous elephants with massive tusks fighting each other

Amazing Pictures of the Nazaré Wave — from fubiz.net

An amazing picture of a Nazare wave

 

Pink Peonies Burst with Life in Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings by Maria Marta Morelli — from thisiscolossal.com by Maria Marta Morelli

Pink Peonies Burst with Life in Hyperrealistic Oil Painting by Maria Marta Morelli

 

 

 

 

Vibrant Paper Strips Swirl into Energetic Circles of Scales and Feathers by Lisa Lloyd — from thisiscolossal.com by Lisa Lloyd


From DSC:
The above items make me exclaim, “Glory to God in the highest!” He’s an amazing, detail-oriented designer and artist! I’m grateful that He gave us the ability to be creative as well — thank you LORD for making us in your image. Genesis 1:26-27

I’m going to borrow the idea of taking the world ART from the world EARTH:

Only the LORD can paint a canvas like this!

 

 
 

“Good night.”

And here’s another amazing picture:

 
 

 


 
Oil Paintings by Paco Pomet Brighten Vintage Scenes with Satirical Elements in Color — from thisiscolossal.com by Paco Pomet

 

Several sharp photos out at 500px.com

 

Poetic Artworks From Paper — from fubiz.net by Kanat Nurtazin

Beautiful mixed reality art by Kanat Nurtazin

 

 

 

Concentric Vessels Nest Within Larger Forms in Matthew Chambers’ Perplexing Ceramic Sculptures — from thisiscolossal.com by Grace Ebert and Matthew Chambers

Concentric Circles - by Matthew Chambers - December 2021

 

Sunlight Caps the Snowy Meili Mountain Range in a Majestic Photo Series — from thisiscolossal.com by Grace Ebert & Rainlook

 

 

In ‘Two Worlds,’ Split-View Photos Frame the Dual Environments Above and Below the Water’s Surface — from thisiscolossal.com by Grace Ebert

 

Artist Spotlight: Sara-Vide Ericson — from booooooom.com

A painting of a woman crossing a small river -- incredibly life like!

 

Black Sand Beach — from 500px.com by dronographer

overhead view of a black sand beach

Amazing Paper Art Made for Different Medias — from fubiz.net by Reina Takahashi, aka Reinasaur

 

Discover the Winners of the Natural Landscape Photography Awards — from fubiz.net

Numerous bolts of lightning appear immediately behind a massive, jagged mountain top

 

Panthera pardus kotiya — from 500px.com by Petr Kolb

 

In our hands – Directors: Dorian&Daniel from Dorian & Daniel on Vimeo.

 

Lauterbrunnen — from 500px.com by Michael Chlebek

 

Surveying the animation boom and its effects on the creative industry — from itsnicethat.com by Dalia Dawood and Alex Moy
“We’re seeing animation go into spaces that it’s not been in before” – leading studios shed light on a transforming industry and what it means for our screens.

Excerpt:

While kids’ animation remains popular – India-based children’s studio Toonz saw increased demand not only for feature films but “edutainment”, especially “social and emotional learning, an area kids missed out on when schools were shut,” says CEO P. Jayakumar – adult long-form animation has flourished. Such shows have evolved beyond slapstick humour to meet contemporary audiences’ interests, exploring serious issues such as mental health.

 

skihopp Gopro — youtube.com

 

The use of Gimbals to get stabilized images when recording digital video.

The use of Gimbals can give you stabilized images when you are recording digital video.

Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia:

Photography and imaging
Gimbals are also used to mount everything from small camera lenses to large photographic telescopes.

In portable photography equipment, single-axis gimbal heads are used in order to allow a balanced movement for camera and lenses. This proves useful in wildlife photography as well as in any other case where very long and heavy telephoto lenses are adopted: a gimbal head rotates a lens around its center of gravity, thus allowing for easy and smooth manipulation while tracking moving subjects.

Very large gimbal mounts in the form 2 or 3 axis altitude-altitude mounts are used in satellite photography for tracking purposes.

Gyrostabilized gimbals which house multiple sensors are also used for airborne surveillance applications including airborne law enforcement, pipe and power line inspection, mapping, and ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance). Sensors include thermal imaging, daylight, low light cameras as well as laser range finder, and illuminators.

Gimbal systems are also used in scientific optics equipment. For example, they are used to rotate a material sample along an axis to study their angular dependence of optical properties.

 
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