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Transcript of Art III
Welcome to Art!
Respect for Others
Respect for Supplies and Equipment
Respect for the Art Process and Product
Listen while others are speaking
Be on time for class
Be kind and courteous
"Appropriate artroom conversation"
at all times
Do not handle others' artwork
Take pride in your work!
Be patient with yourself and others
Be a problem solver!
DO NOT Throw out your artwork
Cause for Growth or Failure
Types of Conflict
Do not understand instructions
See no purpose or value in project
Teachers have the Right to Teach
Students have the Right to Learn
in a Safe and Orderly Environment
a success plan for
the art room
Art Room Procedures
Exit to the parking lot
Gather around instructor for attendance
signal to re-enter
Do not fool around
MS no cell phones
HS- cell phones before and
after school and during lunch
No iPods or MP3 players
No electronic games
Please ask permission to use the restroom
Sign the form on the clipboard indicating “time out” and “time in”
If you are gone for an unreasonable amount of time, you will be reported as “skipping” to the office. No excuses.
Door is pulled shut
Students remain seated and silent
Red/Green card slid under door
Wait for the “all clear” signal
Remain in classroom
Sit along north wall
In an attempt to prepare you for the workplace, a "Digital Citizenship Grade" will be given.
You will receive 20 points for using technology appropriately at all times and following our Acceptable Use Policy.
You may not listen to music, play games or surf content not related to the curriculum.
Failure to follow these rules will result in point deductions and possible loss of technology privileges.
Mott Community College, Flint MI- Associates Degree
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, Bachelors Degree
Central Michigan University-Technology
Ferris State University-Technology
Eastern Michigan University-Art Education
Kendall School of Art and Design- Art/Technology
This program survives on your communication
If work is found in the trash- your grade will be reduced
My Dream Job!
Decided I wanted to be an art teacher in 1st Grade
Taught kids how to draw out of my basement
Art class every year k-12th grade
Opened an art school in my garage in HS
Never wanted to be an artist- always an art
Think about your future career:
Can someone do it cheaper?
Can a computer do it faster?
Is what I'm considering in demand in this age of abundance?
THERE IS A CREATIVITY CRISIS IN AMERICA!
WELCOME TO ART!
6th-12th Grade Art
Why ARe You Here?
What is the Solution?
The artistic process strengthens your mind in way other classes cannot.
You will become a problem solver!
You will become a decision maker!
And maybe, just maybe you'll create some great art!
Who will guide you?
Failure to clean or return equipment will result in a loss of "Art Room Citizenship" (ARC) points. If misuse results in the destruction of the item, the student will be expected to pay or replace the item.
Michael- 2009 CMHS Graduate
Attending Michigan Tech University
Alyssa- Junior at CMHS
The "Cake Kid"
Married to Mike Ruggles for 24 Years
Owner- Power Concepts
To Provide Technical Training
To Guide Artistic Decisions
Elements/Principles of Design
What is my job?
40 Day Drawing Club
Le Dilettante Magazine
Europe Trip- 2014
Use this time to grow as an
artist and as a thinker!
Prepare You for Technology in the Workplace
High School Tardy Policy
Middle School Tardy Poilcy
It is your responsibility to use supplies and
equipment properly and to return everything to
its proper "home". Most supplies are stored in the
yellow cupboard in the back of the room.
Paintbrushes MUST be washed thoroughly in the palm
of your hand and returned to the front of the room.
It's the Law (in HS)