Art fights bullying

Silver level

Published on 9/22/2013

Learning objectives

  • The meaning of bullying, (forms, consequences) through art and creative use of ICT. Produce posters, videos to inform others about bullying
  • to facilitate students emotional development.To develop skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, effective communication
  • To deal,minimize or eliminate incidents of bullying among students
Created for

Ages 11 - 13

Ages 8 - 10

Subject

Art / Design

Language arts and literacy

Technology/ICT

Twenty-first century skills

21st Century Skills

Collaboration

Communication

Knowledge building & critical thinking

Global awareness & civic literacy

ICT for learning

Problem solving & innovation (creativity)

Student self-assessment

Featured tools
Microsoft Powe...
Microsoft Word
Windows 7
Windows Movie ...

PhotoShop

Internet explorer

overhead proje...

video projector

printer

digital cameras

Required hardware

PC

Instructional approach

Project based learning (PBL)

Other

Learning activity details

To help children understand the concept of bullying, its forms and consequences through art and creative use of ICT. To produce posters and videos in order to inform other students, teachers and parents about bullying and help minimize the incidents of bullying among students. It approaches the subject of bullying across the curriculum involving art, language, the use of ICT, emotional development and collaboration among students to deal with a problem of everyday life. It interconnects with another project “Daphni” that was already applied in school and dealt with the productive use of break –time.

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