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Pixel Art Painting with Google Sheets
June 22 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDTFree Funded by Google Canada
Empower Your Students To Make Incredible Artwork Using Conditional Formatting And Google Sheets
Learn how to tap into the design powers of conditional formatting in Google Sheets to create a one-of-a-kind Van Gogh-inspired painting!
This co-taught lesson will also showcase numerous middle school pixel art examples to inspire and empower students to take their pixel art to the next level.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Canadian Googlers to see what they create in Google Sheets alongside your class.
This lesson is inspired by the Grade 6 student, from British Columbia, who took Applied Digital Skill’s Make Art with Google Sheets lesson to the next level!!
Join us on Wednesday, June 22nd at 1pm EDT | 10am PDT for a 60-minute hands-on co-taught lesson where our on-camera team will walk your class through how to turn a Google Sheet into a work of art!
This FREE co-taught lesson is a perfect, and most beautiful way to end the school year or add the recording to your teacher toolbox for next year.
Your questions answered:
Think of us as a virtual guest speaker.
Our facilitation team handles the lesson planning and facilitation of a lesson with your teachers and their students together.
Each lesson showcases the ideas and strategies allowing both the teacher and students to learn new skills through modelling.
Nope – that would be a lot of work and we’re all about saving you time!
Please just register the educators of your class (teacher, EA, support staff, etc.)
Please do not register your students.
Nothing! We want to keep all student information private and will never ask you to share it with us.
During the livestream lesson, we’ll be using an interactive form. The form only has two questions:
- Your first name (or your teacher’s name – and optional!)
- Your answer to the question asked
This allows us to interact with your class while keeping their personal information safe
Yes! For the best experience, we suggest that each student has their own device, connected to the internet for the duration of the lesson.
Students are also encouraged to have access to Google Sheets as this will be the tool used to create the art.
For this lesson, no set-up is required!