- She's always trying new projects.
- University of Montana is her alma mater.
- Student art is displayed and frequently refreshed all around the school.
- Her materials are usually recycled (or up-cycled).
- Nothing phases her.
- Record/narrate each step of the process as a separate video on Glass.
- Upload videos to YouTube (Megan tweaked a few with the YouTube editor to tighten up the time).
- Label videos with the step number and title.
- Add all the videos into a playlist.
- Create a QR code from the playlist link.
- Display QR code during lesson.
When the 4th graders arrived, Megan modeled all 12 steps of the process live for them. She put a QR code up on her SMARTboard for students to use if they needed a refresher for one of the steps. Students started working on their projects and scanned the QR code to get a list of all the steps required.
Google Glass was awesome because it allowed Megan to use both her hands for the artwork. Without it, I would have had to make the recording next to her. This way, the students could see the project's progress from a first-person perspective.
As students were working, Megan was freed up to walk around the room and assist with troubleshooting instead of going over the directions. Her comment to me was, "This is great! I don't have to repeat myself all the time!"