There are lots of ways to use digital tools in Expressive Arts. You could bring a piece of artwork to life using ChatterPix or HP Revel.
Allow learners to create their own memes and infographics to relate creativity skills to their own learning and lives.
Capture a drama performance and possibly use some green screen to transport yourselves anywhere in the world.
You could have a look at the amazing Chrome Music Lab resources or Garageband on iOS and record the music you create.
Resources you may want to use
ChatterPix on iOS | iMovie on iOS | Chrome Music Lab | Creativity Portal
How this challenge may link to the Digital Learner Vision Diagram
Create your own unique piece of music using one of the many fabulous tools available in Chrome Music Lab.
Bring a piece of artwork to life by giving it a voice and seeing it’s mouth move while it talks.
See your pictures come to life by embedding a video to describe a photo or piece of artwork. The above link will help you get started.
Transport your class anywhere in the world and anytime in history by creating videos in front of a green screen. The above link will help you get started.
Nice posters to get you thinking about what Creativity means and how you can apply this in learning
Arts and Culture to search for inspiration by making a collection.
Create your very own pixel art using Google Sheets. This is an example.
Young learners may want to use the trailers in iMovie to create their very own movie trailer complete with dynamic graphics and music. Learners may also want to try using iMovie where they can add photos, video, text, background music, transitions and a theme to really make a fantastic end product. iMovie also has the ability to create a picture in picture effect which is perfect for creating a news report live from somewhere else in the world.