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ART

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Lauren S

on 17 April 2014

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Transcript of ART

Visual Arts Educator
Within my personally designed units, I want my students to find a genuine love for the arts and the desire to succeed. I want to prove that anybody can be an artist, it is something that can and will be learned in my classroom.

There is nothing more exciting that watching a student's surprise at what they are capable of creating.
Art show!
Senior Holiday Dinner
Set Design for the school Play
Parent Contact
I remain in contact with parents that have struggling students and students that are excelling in art
I contact home for repeated behavioral issues and keep a record
I keep in contact with parents that have students that are very interested in the arts and answer any questions directed my way.
I have had multiple opportunities to work with parents on the artistic development of their young learners.

ex.
6.
Thematic units

Each theme is specifically designed with age appropriate learning material for individual grade levels
I work the NJ Visual Art Standards into each unit and have specifically broken down and ordered the themes to produce the most effective results

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2.
7.
Lauren Slocum:
One of the great benefits to art is that it is such a visual field. Often times, when it comes to technicality, the results are clearly visible in a completed artwork.

Other, more conceptual themes and objectives require more than just the trained human eye.
This is where tools like written assessments and oral quizzes are utilized.

(Refer to hand outs #2, #3, and #4)
2. How do you know your students have learned what was intended for them to learn?
Each and every lesson is broken down into four main categories of assessment:

Effort/Creativity
Concept
Craftsmanship
Completeness

Each category is explicated in a universal rubric that applies to all completed visual assignments in art class.

Effort/Creativity

Concept
Craftsmanship
Completeness

ex. Full range of value in still life, proportioning and placement of human facial features, Accurate directional lines analogous and complimentary colors are visible,
Objectives are met if the final artwork shows a carefully planned application and handling of art materials used.

interactive posters
and murals
Community Volunteers
Active member of the Gibbsboro community
What I want my students to learn...
@GibbyArt Twitter Account
Please refer to Hand Out #1
Objectives are met if the final piece shows understanding of all the new ideas taught.
Guided
Unguided
Final Copy
Behind the Scenes
Visual Rubrics for constant self assessment. This can apply to both Elementary and Jr. High levels

Jr. High assessment Rubric is given at the beginning of the year/semester. Rubric is reviewed with Elementary grades.

Jr. High Self-reflection prompting questions posted in room

Line up quiz for lesson closure
Administrative Guided Growth
Thank you!
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