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Gallery  Crawl  video  in  the  classroom  allows  student  to  virtually  view  an  art  exhibit,  while  listening  to  firsthand  information  about  exhibitions  from  curators and  artists. Using  media  in  the  classroom  helps  connect  students  with  artists  and  promotes  critical  viewing  skills  and  media  awareness.  In  the  arts,  video  can  be  particularly  effective  for  introducing  large  concepts,  aspects  of  the  creative  process,  and  key  arts‐related  vocabulary  to  introduce  students  to  discipline‐based  and  concept‐based  study.  

After  soliciting  student  responses  to Gallery Crawl videos,  continue  the  lesson  by  implementing  hands‐on  or  discussion  activities  to  deepen  the  impact  of  the  media. All videos and corresponding educator guides are available for free download. Questions? Email ArtsEd@KQED.org.

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Gallery  Crawl  video  in  the  classroom  allows  student  to  virtually  view  an  art  exhibit,  while  listening  to  firsthand  information  about  exhibitions  from  curators and  artists. Using  media  in  the  classroom  helps  connect  students  with  artists  and  promotes  critical  viewing  skills  and  media  awareness.  In  the  arts,  video  can  be  particularly  effective  for  introducing  large  concepts,  aspects  of  the  creative  process,  and  key  arts‐related  vocabulary  to  introduce  students  to  discipline‐based  and  concept‐based  study.  

After  soliciting  student  responses  to Gallery Crawl videos,  continue  the  lesson  by  implementing  hands‐on  or  discussion  activities  to  deepen  the  impact  of  the  media. All videos and corresponding educator guides are available for free download. Questions? Email ArtsEd@KQED.org.

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