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Streamlining Your Art Curriculum

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on 27 September 2018

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Transcript of Streamlining Your Art Curriculum

WHAT DO WE REALLY WANT FROM OUR STUDENTS?
Share with your table items you feel are important for students to have within your rubric.
Keep it Simple.......

2- TECHNICAL SKILL/
PRODUCING:

How many of these have we seen over the years in our classroom?
STREAMLINING
YOUR
ART CURRICULUM


We know that Technical Skill
is important.
These are based on STANDARDS!
What helps us to engage with students?
Personalize Projects.
Teach Technical Skills.
Allow for Multiple Levels of Completion.
Have students reflect on their work.
Collect data for student growth.
So Let's Put This Into Action:
Let's Revamp the Still Life!
PLEASE DO NOT STAY FOR OUR PRESENTATION
IF YOU:
ARE NOT OVERWORKED
HAVE NO GRADING TO DO
FEEL LIKE YOUR DEPARTMENT MEMBERS ARE YOUR BEST FRIENDS
HAVE PERFECT PROJECTS WITH NO ROOM FOR GROWTH
HAVE YOUR STUDENTS DOING ALL THE WORK FOR YOU

BUT ARE WE JUST REUSING THE SAME PROJECTS FROM YEAR TO YEAR?
Art Process
Are
You using a
Common
Rubric
that can be
Tailored
to any
Project?
STEP 1
PLANNING, SKETCHING, BRAINSTORMING
Students need time to explore their ideas and share.
Give students opportunities for visual journaling.
Generating ideas with feedback before beginning.
(Develop a habit, 1 hw a week,
collaborative work, etc)
WHAT CHOICE/CHOICES
COULD STUDENTS HAVE TO
CHALLENGE THEMSELVES?
TAKE A SECOND.......

HOW CAN YOU
PUSH YOUR
STUDENTS?
3 - Reflecting:
Allowing students to step back from their learning experience to help them develop critical thinking skills and improve on future performance by analyzing their experience. This type of learning, which helps move the student from surface to deep learning, can include a range of activities, including self-review and peer review.
Why Are Common Rubrics Important?

1. Routine:
Students know what to look for.
Students can customize.
Class to class, no questions.
2. Data Collection:
SLO
Common Assessments
Validity
Level 1
Responding
to Prompts
Level 2
Choosing
Prompts
More in Depth
Level 3
Peer to Peer
Critiques
FINALLY, TECHNOLOGY
MAKES LIFE EASIER....

CONTENT
PORTFOLIO
Today's students want information NOW!
Are you allowing them access at all times?
Why?
Self Guided Pacing
Review (absences)
IEP's, 504, Special Needs
Short Attention Spans
SOME USEFUL SITES:
GOOGLE SITES
WEEBLY
GOOGLE CLASSROOM
STUDENTS/PARENTS/TEACHERS
WANT ACCESS TO SEE ARTWORK.
ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
FOR SHARING
FOR COLLEGE
FOR COLLABORATING

centralartblog.blogspot.com


Matt Young/Craig Huffman
30+ years in HS Art Ed
Lots of Experience
Pretty Good Dudes!
Problem:
How do we connect a still life to students?

Solutions:
Students will bring in their own items for the still life.
Students will arrange the items.
Students will light the Items.
Students will choose where to sit and draw.


Problem:
How do you personalize live model drawing?

SHARE OUT!!


PLEASE DO NOT STAY FOR OUR PRESENTATION
IF YOU:
ARE NOT OVERWORKED
HAVE NO GRADING TO DO
FEEL LIKE YOUR DEPARTMENT MEMBERS ARE YOUR BEST FRIENDS
HAVE PERFECT PROJECTS WITH NO ROOM FOR GROWTH
HAVE YOUR STUDENTS DOING ALL THE WORK FOR YOU
Matt Young
20 years in HS Art Ed
ODE Regional Leader
OAEA Secondary Chair
NAEA SAL Leader
There are 3 Keys:
1. Plan/Perceive
2. Produce/Technique
3. Reflect


Our Process:

Plan/Sketch
Finalize
/Review
Create
Refine
Reflect
These are important, because if your curriculum is based on State or National Approved Standards, it will bring legitimacy to all that you do in your room in words that admins will understand.
Planning is.........
Safe
Allows feedback before too much work goes into unsuccessful project.
Quick
First stage in assessing creativity(gifted?)
Can be used as part of your SLO to collect data.
Yes, we just said data...........
Why it's important to streamline your department:
1. Time saver.
2. Kids feel secure in knowing all teachers are on same page.
3. Projects can be used as assessments..no more extra tests.
4. Routine can be used for data collection and TBT's.
5. Gifted identification process is easier.
6. You look way more organized than any of the core subjects!
Lets Talk About Testing and Data Collection:

Fact:
You can use student work as your beginning assessment and final growth target.
You can collect data from your students' work.
Your initial assessment can identify gifted and start process.


If a student is identified high
then you should check for Gifted:
Elaborates on other peoples' ideas and uses them as a jumping off point, as opposed to copying from others
Shows unique selection of art media for individual activity or classroom projects
Has unusual and richly imaginative ideas
Composes with unusual detail and skill
Displays compulsive artistic pursuit
For more info check out:
ODE Visual Gifted Identification:

OR HOW CAN YOU PULL
BACK?
Reflections can take the place of testing:
1. Ask questions that relate specifically to terms used in the project (IE What is our focal point? Where is use use a Layer Style?)
2. Cuts down on cheating. Students must prove their answer.
3. More authentic and achievable for all levels when talking about their own work.
4. Can be done in classroom (Talk to text, spell check, visuals.)
ALL PROJECTS... ALL LEVELS
ALLOW FOR MANY LEVELS TO BE ACHIEVED ON EACH PROJECT
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