Author: David Hoerger
Explore and master digital scrapbooking
Your students will become more independent as learners, develop a more adventuresome approach to projects, and have a better connection to the concepts and material that they are studying.
Curriculum-based digital scrapbooks can best be thought of as photo journals, where students must use reading, writing, and critical thinking skills—while allowing creativity and individuality to shine. In addition, students learn valuable technology skills related to digital photography, photo editing, image scanning, and layout and design.
Building digital scrapbooks promotes visual literacy. Digital scrapbooks can be printed, posted to the Internet, burned to a CD or DVD, or emailed to friends and relatives.
Tutorials and lessons have been written for use with Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 and Picasa.