Over the 14 years that she’s been teaching art at Adolfo Camarillo High School, Abigail Santana’s classroom methods have changed with technology.
These days her students complete most of their writing assignments online, and they show off their completed art projects as photographs in a digital portfolio that Santana grades at the end of each semester.
A few years ago Santana started teaching students how to create computer-assisted clay animation using a green screen.
“I do see technology being embedded more and more in the art projects we do,” she said. “I’ve always been heavy into technology. I like to see how it’s evolved.”