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Adventure | The Obama Portraits
Adventure | The Obama Portraits
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Join us in exploring the Obama portraits, where art, culture, and history intersect. In this adventure, your students will be transported to the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery where they will be introduced to the artists behind the historic portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama. Students will also view the iconic portraits using the power of virtual reality.

Students will be able to:

  • Describe the significance of the Obama portraits

  • Identify Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald as the artists that painted the official presidential portraits of the Obamas

  • Understand how art can be used to break barriers

Follow the directions below to get started.

Navigate to Kai XR Learn Gallery

  • First, log into Kai and navigate to Kai XR Learn by clicking the “Learn” tab or “Let’s learn” on your dashboard.

  • Once inside Kai XR Learn, click the “Gallery” tab.

Clone the Adventure

  • Next, Locate The Obama Portraits adventure. Click the “Clone” button to clone the adventure for your use.

Share Adventure Code with Your Students

  • You will now see The Obama Portraits adventure located inside the “My Adventures” tab complete with a slideshow and an adventure code for your students.

  • To have your students join this adventure, share your unique 6-digit adventure code with them as they log into Kai XR Learn.

  • This is where your students will input the 6-digit adventure code. From Learn > Join adventure button

Don’t forget, when teaching the adventure, check out our “View Slideshow” button which includes a Google Slides mini-lesson to guide your students.


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