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Scott Waldman
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Creating Dedication Skateboards Using Photoshop

Best Practice Published 8/25/10 Last updated on 5/16/18
Students working on Middle School Exit projects can create several dedication skateboards on topics from the social studies curriculum and include image captions in the form of written paragraphs.

Please review the lesson plan, sample files, and instructional video http://www.teachingwithtech.org/photoshop_dedication_skateboards/ for a complete description.

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Scott Waldman

Posted on 8/28/10 1:12:46 PM Permalink

Thanks Sara. I agree. Have a great year.

Sara Martin

Posted on 8/28/10 5:53:15 AM Permalink

Love the idea-I will definitely use this lesson with my students this year. Can't wait to try the skateboard templates. Thanks for sharing-we middle school teachers have to stick together!!

Scott Waldman

Posted on 8/26/10 12:20:24 PM Permalink

No. Thanks for the heads up. That last link does not exist. I removed my blog. But I believe it was information about

www.cafepress.com and zazzle.com places where t-shirts can be designed and created using your own artwork.

This blog http://www.gomediazine.com/ is perfect for design and illustrations.

Mike Skocko

Posted on 8/25/10 2:37:50 PM Permalink

Good article, Scott. Especially liked the Sneaker Show. The last link to your site is a 404 though. Does it still exist?

Scott Waldman

Posted on 8/25/10 10:27:44 AM Permalink

You may also want to check out this blog post where I add sportswear and web publication to the mix.

http://blogs.adobe.com/educationleaders/2009/01/career_tech_ed_in_middle_schoo.html

Scott Waldman

Posted on 8/25/10 10:26:53 AM Permalink

Thanks for the comments.

Mike Skocko

Posted on 8/25/10 9:12:55 AM Permalink

Great idea! Have always wanted to offer this as an optional project but never got around to it. Thanks for the push, guys. Once we have something to share, I'll join Matt and post it here.

Matt Cauthron

Posted on 8/25/10 4:54:11 AM Permalink