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Studio Habits of Mind

K-8 Art
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Stephanie Katele

on 29 August 2016

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Transcript of Studio Habits of Mind

Studio Habits of Mind
Developing Craft
Stretching
and
Exploring

Envisioning
Observing
Expressing
Engaging
and
Persisting

Reflecting
National Standard 5
Understanding the Art World
Understanding core concepts
Controlling materials well
Learning and using new techniques
Using tools wisely and carefully
Understanding how to arrange artwork and knowing artistic techniques
Learning to keep going when it's hard
Completing artwork that is detailed and complete
Stamina
Working through problems
Seeing mistakes as learning opportunities
Knowing how to use many different materials and picking the best one for the job
Knowing and using the elements and principles of art

Imagining
Brainstorming
Mentally picturing in one's head what can't be observed
Visualizing or picturing the next steps involved in making a piece
Making connections between disciplines
Making artwork about many different concepts and ideas
Creating work that conveys a feeling or idea
Using symbols and images to create meaning
Using one's experiences for inspiration
Learning about art history
Learning to work well with other artists
Working as part of a larger art community
Collaborating
Learning to look more closely than usual
Paying attention to details
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Trying new materials and techniques
Learning to create art with or without a plan
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