“How Cardboard Can Spark Creativity” with guest moderator, Krissy Venosdale

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Many thanks to Krissy Venosdale @Venspired for moderating our recent chat on “How Cardboard Can Spark Creativity” while our moderator was at a conference. Below, please find links to resources on finding and using cardboard for the classroom, homeschool, and home.

Global #gtchat Powered by the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented  is a weekly chat on Twitter. Join us Fridays at 7E/6C/5M/4P in the U.S., Midnight in the UK and Saturdays 13.00 NZDT/11.00 AEDT to discuss current topics in the gifted community and meet experts in the field. Transcripts of our weekly chats can be found at Storify. Our Facebook Page provides information on the chat and news & information regarding the gifted community. Also, checkout our Pinterest Page and Playlist on YouTube.

Head Shot 2014-07-14  About the author: Lisa Conrad is the Moderator of Global #gtchat Powered        by TAGT and Social Media Manager of the Global #gtchat Community. She is a longtime  advocate for gifted children and also blogs at  Gifted Parenting Support. Lisa can be contacted at: gtchatmod@gmail.com

Links:

Google Cardboard

Link to Venspired Cardboard Poster

“It’s Not About the Space… All Learning”

Caine’s Arcade 2: From a Movie to a Movement (YouTube 8:20)

Imagination Foundation: Global Cardboard Challenge 2015

Make Do

Constructing with Cardboard

Building with Cardboard

Cardboard Construction (Prezi)

How to Work with Cardboard

Wheatpaste Tutorial

Paper Crafty: 12 Cardboard Artists Think Outside the Box

Trashformation: Furniture & Shelter from Recycled Cardboard (YouTube 7:55)

Flexible Folding Chair (YouTube 1:36)

 

Graphic courtesy of Lisa Conrad.

Photo courtesy of Flickr    CC BY 2.0

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Posted on November 22, 2015, in Creative Thinking, Education, family, gifted, gifted and talented, gifted education, Homeschooling, Krissy Venosdale, Technology and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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