visual journals as a diagnostic tool
This presentation was given at Kutztown University's conference; Book: Image, text & Tales (November 2013).
art teacher as videographer
I started to film a lot of footage as i began working with as an Art 21 educator. Here I share a few ideas about the idea of branding yourself and thinking of telling your story as an art teacher. The tips come from Art 21's suggestions as how to approach filming in the classroom.
contemporary art education practices
The Springville Museum of Art Hosted an Evening for Educators (part of the Statewide Art Partnership in Utah) to discuss Art and Art educational practices in the 21 centrury. This event was October 2011.
In The Breadth Section Of The AP Studio Art Portfolios
We will explore different methods to help students keep their unique artistic voice while preparing for the AP Breadth section of the Advanced Placement studio art portfolio, in the context of a classroom. Best Practice Lecture.
Teaching Environments And Teacher Philosophies
What does the way teachers organize their classroom say about their pedagogy? Come explore the profound implications between the physical boundaries we set and our teaching philosophy.
Working in the Studio, Living in the Classroom: Successful Artist/Teacher Practices
How does an artist/teacher maintain equilibrium between studio time and classroom teaching? Find out how this common challenge is off set by the rewards of maintaining studio practice while teaching. Personal perspective and the successful strategies of other artist/teachers will be shared.
DATE GIVEN: FRIDAY, April 16, 2:00 PM-2:50 PM Meeting Room 350/Center Secondary
NAEA presentation 2010
AP Portfolio Concentrations that Work: A Moderated Panel Discussion
: Learn from a panel of experts how to guide students toward choosing a personally relevant, innovative Concentration topic for AP Portfolios that encompasses myriad possibilities for intellectual and artistic investigation.
DATE GIVEN: Wednesday, April 14 TIME: 10:00 AM–10:50 AM
James Rees, Gordon Engelhard, Jane Harlow, Patricia Lamb and Mark Graham