Agenda - Arts Education (Day 1)


General Overview

Arts Education Content Session


Section
Content
Description
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Welcome

Ground Rules

Introductions

Arts Education Team
Summer Institute Registered Participants
Christie Lynch Ebert
Dianne Meiggs
Abbey Askew Futrell
Amber Bass Godfrey
Brenda Wheat Whiteman

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Wiki Site

Includes links to Presentation and Materials used in SI 2012
http://ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/
Arts Education PowerPoint Presentation

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Sign In (Google Form)

www icon.PNGSign In Sheet (Google Form)

Please access the link to the right and complete the sign in information for the Summer Institute you are attending.
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Parking Lot

www icon.PNGVirtual Parking Lot

Please use the virtual parking lot for the institute you are attending to record burning questions. Include contact information (name and email) for follow-up.
Parking Lot- SI 1
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Penzu Setup

Penzu Tutorial

QR Code Reader

www icon.PNGPenzu Setup

Please take time to set up your online journal in Penzu.
For additional help using Penzu, please use the Penzu Tutorial Site link.
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Penzu Tutorial Site


www icon.PNGQR Code Reader

The evaluation for today is also available in QR Codes posted around the building. Get the i-nigma reader to read those codes- there are 3 easy ways:
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i-nigma Home Page

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Housekeeping

Breaks
Evaluations (Day 1 and Day 2)
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Institute Overview

  • Overall Goals
  • 4 Questions of a PLC (DuFour)
  • Learning Strands
  • Focus Questions
DuFour Video Link

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Focus Question 1:

How does arts education prepare students to be future ready?
  • State Board of Education Mission and Goals
  • Comprehensive Arts Education
  • 21st Century Skills Framework
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Resources:


Activity star.PNGFocus Question

Please answer focus question 1 (listed above) in your Penzu journal.
  1. Brainstorm silently and then do a quick write which answers the question and provides all the reasons that you believe arts education prepares students to be successful in the future.
  2. Share your writing with a partner.
  3. Whole group sharing.
Artwork by Cesar Alvarado, inspired by the anonymous quote:
"The road of life can only reveal itself as it is traveled, each turn is a new surprise." (Used by permission of the Arts Education Partnership)
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Focus Question 2:

How does arts education connect
to other content areas?

Activity star.PNGTable Talk & Discussion

  1. How does the graphic represent the idea of making connections between learning in all areas of a Balanced Curriculum?
  2. How can educators work together to help students see and make connections across the curriculum?
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Activity star.PNGArts Education Energizer

  1. "Read" this piece of art
  2. Create a tableau that "comes to life" into a scene depicting the classroom of the future
  3. Share and respond
Norman Rockwell Photo: Surprise Happy Birthday Mrs. Jones
Smithsonian American Arts Museum Teacher's Guide
Norman Rockwell Museum
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www icon.PNGTableau Products (Animoto)

Review great tableau products here through Animoto.
Animoto Movie Maker
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Activity star.PNGConnections Activity

  1. Choose an Arts discipline to explore.
  2. Use the Reference Guide and the Connections Matrix (located in the box to the right) for the grade level assigned to you to look at the arts standards for that grade level.
  3. Look for connections with your assigned content area (ELA, SS, etc.)
  4. Be prepared to share out at least one overt or implied connection.
  5. Explore other content area connections as time allows.
Additional Resources for Making Connections
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Connections Matrix

Reference Guides
NC Standard Course of Study and Instructional Tools Resources for all areas, K-12

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Activity star.PNGTeacher Evaluation Process

With a shoulder buddy, discuss how the connections work you just completed aligns with the indicators on the teacher evaluation instrument, either because it is an area that you would like to grow in or an area where you excel and can help others.
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Standard III Element C

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Activity star.PNGMy Professional Commitment

Use your Penzu journal to reflect on what you, as an individual educator, will do for professional growth in this standard.
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Focus Question 3:

What are the implications for meeting the needs of all learners in arts education?

Connecting to Serve ALL and Data Literacy

Meeting the Needs of All Learners Overview

DuFour (Questions 2,3,4)* How will we know if they have learned it?
  • How will we respond when they don't learn it?
  • How will we respond if they already know it?

Data Literacy

Activity star.PNGData Discussion

Use the 4 Types of Data handout to discuss the various types of data and how they are used (or could be used) in arts education programs. Be prepared to share at least one example of an arts application for each type of data.

Formative and Summative Assessment

Responsiveness to Instruction: Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) model

4 Types of Data

Sample Student Engagement Checklist

Additional Resources:
NC FALCON
http://center.ncsu.edu/nc/
Local Examples
http://isselementarymusic.pbworks.com
(Under Construction)
Assessment Prototypes (coming soon)
Measures of Student Learning (6.5.12)



Formative Assessment

Remember the Chicken Noodle Soup analogy?


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Activity star.PNGTeacher Evaluation Process

With a shoulder buddy, discuss how the data literacy work you just completed aligns with the indicators on the teacher evaluation instrument, either because it is an area that you would like to grow in or an area where you excel and can help others
After discussion, record your reflections about what you as an individual educator will do for professional growth in this standard in your Penzu journal.
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Standard IV Element B

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) including Implications for English Language Learners

UDL at a Glance

(CAST)
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UDL At a Glance (video)
Additional Resources:

  • The Contours of Inclusion: Inclusive Arts Teaching and Learning

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Multiple Means of Representation

(Recognition Networks)

Multiple Means of Action and Expression

(Strategic Networks)

Multiple Means of Engagement

(Affective Netowrks)

Activity star.PNGUDL and ELL Connections

  1. Reflect on the arts examples for each UDL Principle.
  2. Open the "Arts Examples.UDL and ELL" Worksheet located in the column to the right.
  3. Record examples of representation, action and expression, and engagement that are present or could be added to these examples.
Complete individually, share with a partner, whole group observations
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www icon.PNGTube ChopTube Chop will allow you to "cut out" portions of a YouTube video.
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Connecting to Serve All Quick Reference:

Arts Examples Worksheet:

Examples:
Additional Resources:

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Activity star.PNGTeacher Evaluation Process

With a shoulder buddy, discuss how the Universal Design for Learning work you just completed aligns with the indicators on the teacher evaluation instrument, either because it is an area that you would like to grow in or an area where you excel and can help others
After discussion, record your reflections in your Penzu journal.
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Standard II Element D

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Serving Gifted Children through the Arts

Activity star.PNGTable Talk

  1. Individually, read one of the position papers.
  2. At your table, discuss the arts education applications.
  3. As a group, pick one top idea to share from your table.

Activity star.PNGConnections: AIG

Option 1 (Position Paper) :
Fine Arts Education Position Paper
Option 2 (Position Paper):
Supporting Artistically Gifted Students
Additional Resource:
Arts as Differentiation for Academically Gifted Students
Integrating the Arts into the Curriculum for Gifted Students

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Activity star.PNGTeacher Evaluation Process

With a shoulder buddy, discuss how the Gifted Children work you just completed aligns with the indicators on the teacher evaluation instrument, either because it is an area that you would like to grow in or an area where you excel and can help others
After discussion, record your reflections in your Penzu journal.
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Standard IV Element A

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One Word

www icon.PNGHow Do You Feel? (Answer Garden or Quick Response)

Please click the Answergarden link to your right. Enter one word (20 characters or less) that describes how you feel about what you learned today.
After you submit, you may view responses here:

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Evaluation - Day 1

Activity star.PNGEvaluation

Please click the Evaluation link to the right to complete the Plus/Delta form.
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SI 2012 Plus/Delta Form

Arts Education Content Sessions 2012
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