From artifacts to portraits and landscapes of the living world, explore student artwork to encourage meaningful conversations in the classroom. Learn how to use the gallery.
Using the Student Gallery in the Classroom
Analyze student artwork in the Student Gallery to foster empathy and curiosity in the classroom.
We suggest the following:
Organize students into pairs or small groups.
Assign or have students choose an image without reading the captions or artist statements from the gallery. Use the themes, previous contests, or location to filter your selection.
Have students answer questions from the image analysis activity, including a thinking routine from Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education.