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QCA 521

My reflection
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Sheena Seng

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of QCA 521

I am a Art Teacher. My role and reflection during the practicuum process Before I took a dive... Teachers cannot merely transmit information and skills to another
enhance what students' learnt
designing situations
Creating appetite to learn, to appreciate. Eisner ( Teaching the visual arts) Vision Aims to develop & nurture the love for visual arts in our students
FOcuses mainly on building up artistic capacities in students and creating opportunities for them to learn about the finer side of life through the art making process TPSS art dept http://www.tpss.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/wbn/pagetree&func=view&rid=54711 Exploration and development Da Vinci Code: Understanding the brief history of portraitures
Appreciate artists' self-portraiture and meaning behind subject matter artists & their portraits Artist References: Magritte Students' Voice Everything we see hides another thing , we always want to see what is hidden by what we see. There is an interest in that which is hidden and which the invisble does not show us. This interest can take the form of a quite intense feeling. Me, myself in the world of flora, insects or machines Students' Task TO pick one element in their research drawings and explain why they chose that element to represent that theme.
Make it meaningful and personal
students to incoporate rene magritte into their 4 possiblities Eisner: Teaching the Visual Arts (p 51) Seeking to reveal something "beneath" the surface of an image
helping students to understand that artists have something to say
assisting students to see that they too have something to express in their work Forming of purpose Perspective What do you see? Show class a stapler and generate responses of what they see
Objective To link to students' work on the 4 possibilities and how solution of creating image/ composition is very direct
To show students how by focusing on a simple aspect of an object(stapler) or looking at an object at varying angles can create interesting interpretations and possibilities Students' task Observe what they can see from a clothes peg
develop 6 thumbnail sketches Eisner (Teaching the visual arts) teachers need to engage the students' imagination
critically important skill in art teaching Principles of Design in Layouts Painting Principles of Design Using 3 colours, students are to paint the word(principles of design) flashed on the screen
balance emphasis movement rhythm variety Objectives to understand different aspects of principles of design
use different principles to manipulate their layouts Eisner (Teaching the Visual Arts) setting up a problem so that there is space for both personal interpretation and clarity of focus Eisner (Visions and versions of arts education Principle 3: Art education programs should help students learn how to create satisfying visual images, how to see and respond to what we call the arts and visual forms and understand the role arts play in culture.
Principle 5: Art education programs should make special efforts to enable students to secure aesthetic forms of experience in everyday life.
My reflections Eisner mention the need to implement educational connoisseurship, to critically reflect our lessons as an opportunity to learn and improve. HOWEVER practical restrictions: Time
Unique classes, unique artists, unique pedagoical design


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