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Bringing Method to the Madness: A Practical Web 2.0 Framework for Art Educators
Transcript of Bringing Method to the Madness: A Practical Web 2.0 Framework for Art Educators
Bringing Method to the Madness:
A Practical Web 2.0 Framework for Art Educators
by Shaunna Smith, Ed.D.
Categories of Web 2.0 Tools
Acquisition & Investigation
Discussion & Reflection
Presentation & Remixing
Creation & Editing
Visual Arts Standards
National Core Arts Standards
Developing artistic literacy through:
"Hands-on" & "Minds-on" Learning
Know Your Students
Likes & Dislikes
Skills & Tools
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Does the tool allow me to:
Create something original?
with Web 2.0 Tool Choice
Tool's website resources
Try it out with this lesson planning guide:
Technology Integration Thought Process
Use Backwards Design As Needed
“Teachers need to develop a willingness to play with technologies and an openness to building new experiences for students so that fun, cool tools can be educational.”
(Mishra & Koehler, 2009)
Visual Arts Learning Activity Types
by Camille Dempsey, Judi Harris and Mark Hofer
ArtEd2.0 Annex List of Web 2.0 Tools
Web 2.0 Tools Organized by Knowledge Dimensions & Pedagogies
Bower, M., Hedberg, J. G., & Kuswara, A. (2010). A framework for Web 2.0 learning design. Educational Media International, 47(3), 177-198. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09523987.2010.518811
Reproduced by permission of the publisher, © 2012 located at http://tpack.org
Mishra, P., & Koehler, M. J. (2009, May). Too Cool for School? No Way! Learning & Leading with Technology, (36)7. 14-18. http://punya.educ.msu.edu/publications/mishra-koehler-l&l-2009.pdf
Art is an inherent and integral part of the environment.
Art is a distinct for of communication that enriches the understanding of other disciplines.
How is art a form of communication?
How is art infused in our daily life?
Example: Visual Arts Standard 6
Make connections between the visual arts, other disciplines, and daily life.
1. Media, Techniques, & Processes
2. Elements & Organizational Principles of Art
3. Subject Matter, Symbols, & Ideas
4. Visual Arts in Relation to History & Cultures
5. Reflect upon, Describe, Analyze, Interpret, & Evaluate artwork
6. Make connections
Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) Skills Map for the Arts
Set the context...
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How it all comes together...