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Inspiring Creativity Through The Creative Process in THE ARTS

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Emily Laurin

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Transcript of Inspiring Creativity Through The Creative Process in THE ARTS

VISUAL ARTS

D1.1 create art works, using a variety of traditional forms and current media technologies, that express feelings, ideas, and issues and that demonstrate an awareness of multiple points of view

Challenging & Inspiring
Planning & Focusing

DRAMA

B1. 1 engage actively in drama exploration and role play, with a focus on examining multiple perspectives and possible outcomes related to complex issues, themes, and relationships from a wide variety of sources and diverse communities

Challenging & Inspiring
Imagining & Generating
DANCE

A1.1 create dance pieces to respond to issues that are personally meaningful to them

Challenging & Inspiring
Exploring & Experimenting

MUSIC
C1.3 create musical compositions in a variety of forms for specific purposes and audiences

Challenging & Inspiring
Exploring & Experimenting

CHALLENGING AND INSPIRING:

issue challenge or inspiration to students
provide models, examples and learning goals
set expectations
IMAGINING AND GENERATING:

provide guiding questions
give choice
observe and listen to ideas

PLANNING AND FOCUSING:

ask guiding questions to support planning
provide a range of materials and resources
share a variety of planning tools

EXPLORING & EXPERIMENTING:
provide a variety of materials/resources
guided questioning
provide reference charts of elements
encourage risk taking
allow for lots of time
PRODUCING PRELIMINARY WORK:
guided questioning
encourage students to determine their audience and clarify their meaning
check that students are applying techniques



REVISING AND REFINING:
continue asking guiding questions
provide time for revision and reflection

PRESENTING/PERFORMING/SHARING:
allow for students to share their ideas
promote discussion of the arts
REFLECTING AND EVALUATING:
connects evaluation to criteria and learning goals
encourages reflection
give descriptive feedback
INSPIRING
THROUGH THE CREATIVE PROCESS IN THE ARTS

Assessment & Evaluation
assessment for learning
assessment as learning
descriptive feedback
evaluation

Growing Success (28-39)
Benefits of Applying the Creative Process in your Classroom

- addresses an important aspect of The Arts Curriculum
- opportunity to build assessment and evaluation in to the process
- many chances to provide descriptive feedback to your students
- allows for differentiated instruction and learning
- powerful way to INSPIRE CREATIVITY and engage students
Details to Consider...

- the Creative Process takes time and patience to be effective
- students require constant monitoring and guidance early in this process (gradual release of responsibility over the year)
- consider the parameters of the task carefully and be clear with your students


Questions?
Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators. (2013) Focus on Performance. Retrieved July 21, 2013, from http://code.on.ca/resource/focus-performance
Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators. (2013) Focus on Performance. Retrieved July 21, 2013, from http://code.on.ca/resource/focus-performance
Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators. (2013) Focus on Performance. Retrieved July 21, 2013, from http://code.on.ca/resource/focus-performance
The Critical Analysis Process
The critical analysis process includes the following aspects:
• initial reaction
• description
• analysis and interpretation
• expression of an informed point of view
• consideration of cultural context

"I was ecstatic when I saw the student engagement as they embraced this task. They were literally studying the instruments. Before this assignment, band instruments were practically the students' enemies." (Giffin, 9)
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