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Overview of Virginia's 2020 Visual Arts Standards of Learning - Shared screen with speaker view
Deborah Quinn
27:51
Hi! Debbie from Nottoway here!
Jessica Beach
27:58
Hi folks, Jess Beach here from Fauquier County! Teach Elementary PreK-5!
Sheila Escajeda
28:16
Good morning from Virginia Beach!
Elizabeth Albright
28:23
Good morning! Elizabeth from Prince William Co, I teach middle
Dana Peterson
28:27
Hi Everybody! From Dana in Culpeper
Carol Hostetter
28:35
Good morning, Carol Hostetter from Fauquier County
Rebecca Martin-Meissner
28:38
Good morning from Smithfield VA! I teach PreK-4
Sean Murphy
28:39
Hey Sean Murphy from Alexandria Public Schools
Cherilyn Colbert
28:41
Hello from Virginia Beach!
Autumn Fesperman
28:43
Hi there, Autumn Fesperman teaching in Goochland, middle school level
Steven Cregger
28:55
Steven from WAY DOWN in Bristol, Washington County! PK-5th
Glenda Dodson
29:03
Hello! Good Morning from Franklin County!
Tracy Dumais
29:48
Hello there. I teach Middle in Loudoun County.
Dorie Mishael
29:48
Dorie Mishael from FCPS (Hey Sean!)
Carla Terry
29:52
Carla here, from Amelia County Middle School.
Sarah Fought
29:53
Good Morning from Richmond Public Schools!
Angela Noland
29:57
Good morning from Prince William County Schools
Eafrica Johnson
30:00
good morning from Portsmouth Public Schools
Gerri Carter-Thurston
30:06
Good morning Gerri Carter-Thurston art teacher from Colonial Heights Public Schools
Sean Murphy
30:08
Hey Dorie! and Jess
Elena Croy
30:09
Hello! I teach high school in Virginia Beach
Jennifer Harold
30:10
Hello! I teach middle school art in Galax, VA.
Michelle Saunders
30:11
Hello from Radford. I'm Michelle
Susan Silva
30:12
Good Morning from FCPS!
Sean Murphy
30:23
Hey Silva
Janet Curry
30:27
Hi, Janet Curry from Roanoke; I teach middle school
Jessica Beach
30:27
HI Sean!!!
Precious Crabtree
30:28
Good Morning All! Precious from Fairfax!
Susan Silva
30:36
Helllooooooo Sean!
Patricia Jackson
31:02
Good morning! From Caroline County/ middle school.
Leah Krueger
31:28
Good morning from Virginia Beach!
Sean Murphy
31:34
Hope everyone is healthy and safe!
Carlyn Whidden
31:55
Hello from Virginia Beach! :)
Penny Barry
31:57
Good morning from Loudoun County Public Schools!
Barbara Laws
31:59
Good morning from Norfolk!
Tisha Burke
32:04
Hey Sean! Hi from Warrenton!
Anne Waterfield
32:15
Good morning from Va. Beach!
Sean Murphy
32:22
Hey Tisha
Myesha Knight
32:37
Good morning from Petersburg!
Leah Krueger
32:51
Hi Anne Waterfield!!! :)
LeeAnn Wilson
33:08
Hello from Colonial Heights!
Burke Staunton
33:12
Good Morning from Covington! :)
Angel Berry
33:12
Goodmorning
Kaitlyn Canter
33:54
Good Morning from Alleghany County!
Anne Waterfield
34:19
HI Leah Krueger!!!
Happy Krickovic
35:50
Shout out to New Kent visual arts teachers....good morning everyone!
Autumn Fesperman
36:45
Hello Happy!
Happy Krickovic
36:59
Hi Autumn!!!
Tisha Burke
53:04
how to write an artist statement
Precious Crabtree
53:17
Visual Journals!
Tisha Burke
53:21
thumbnails
Eafrica Johnson
53:24
thumbnail sketching
Tracy Dumais
53:24
digital portfolios
Carla Terry
53:25
record steps taken
Dorie Mishael
53:26
Digital portfolios
Penny Barry
53:41
How to look at a piece of art.
Amy Bowles
53:42
white boarsd for student to brainstorm
Cherilyn Colbert
53:42
Using mind mapping to connect ideas in brainstorming as a group
Sean Murphy
53:43
utilizing sketchbooks for students to plan, collect information, and practice skills
Tisha Burke
53:45
group and self critiques
Autumn Fesperman
53:50
Box of random supplies and brainstorm with the available materials
Anne Waterfield
53:51
Maintaining a Process Journal
Happy Krickovic
53:57
Verbal brainstorming as a class
Autumn Fesperman
54:05
pass the paper
Janet Curry
54:05
8th grade - create a personal logo
Elizabeth Rodriguez
54:06
Having students brainstorm ideas for a mural, then select parts from everyone's ideas yo put together
Tisha Burke
54:06
mind maps
LeeAnn Wilson
54:14
Mural painting collaboration , student driven
Kristie Buchanan
56:20
8th grade Art: Create a monument that represents some topic you feel strongly about, sketch it out and make it out of clay. Write a small report on how you came up with your design and the importance of the monument.
Tisha Burke
57:23
FTC Palettes - DAIJ analyzing of work
Precious Crabtree
57:24
SEE. THINK. WONDER. Activity... - online I used padlet...
Anne Waterfield
57:55
Virtual Gallery Tours
Elizabeth Rodriguez
57:56
Have students work together to fill in a Venn Diagram about two portraits, one Abstract and one Realistic
Eafrica Johnson
57:58
steps to art criticism games
Susan Vick
58:00
sticky note self/peer critiques
Carlyn Whidden
58:01
Resource- MOMA has a free online course through Coursera about "Interactive Strategies for Engaging with Art".
Elena Croy
58:09
PQP critique- praise, question, proposal
Jennifer Harold
58:11
Will we have access to read the chat afterwards?
Andrew Watson
58:16
NAtional Portrait Gallery's Deep Looking Stratagies
Autumn Fesperman
58:26
Practice teacher led, then student led critiques
Carla Terry
58:32
Artist Portraits
Tisha Burke
58:32
https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Form-Theme-Context-An-Art-Teachers-Palette-for-Composing-Meaningful-Lessons-Renee_fig1_234594087
Betsy McGinnis
58:37
compare and contrast artist works within an specific art movement in a class discussion
Happy Krickovic
58:41
Discussion about Kehinde Wileyś Rumors of War in Richmond, Va. among the history of civil war hero monuments
Carlyn Whidden
58:42
example from MOMA- "Artwork Soundscape"- assign sounds to parts of an artwork and have students repeat them as you work through the artwork (yellow = beep beep) etc
Jessica Beach
58:50
With littles, I do a art room parade where we stop and walk around to look/talk about each others work!
Leah Krueger
58:52
Compare and contrast works of art within the context of the same subject matter: Such as self portraits thought out history. Teaching students vocabulary related to the genre and then utilizing it in verbal and written reflections
Carlyn Whidden
59:16
Living sculpture- students use their bodies to embody what they see in a sculpture (abstract or figurative)
Sean Murphy
59:21
claim/ support/ question activities
Jessica Beach
59:42
oH OH #arted portraits but of course!!!
Happy Krickovic
01:00:27
Painting based on sense of place
Megan Aguilar
01:00:29
the National Portrait Gallery has many fantastic resources that would support this strand
Tisha Burke
01:00:58
Field trip to an art museum
Autumn Fesperman
01:01:01
put out prints, and separately artist statements and have students match them collaboratively
Angel Berry
01:01:16
vmfa virtual tours
Michael Kalafatis
01:01:18
I love how Andrew described this strand as the past, present and future. Great job everyone!
Precious Crabtree
01:01:18
I have a lesson called What's your Cause? Focuses on global issues. Students create posters from collage supporting a cause important to them...
Steven Cregger
01:01:21
Create artwork that depicts a "rainbow" of skin tones seen in your classmates
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:01:21
Have students create text bubbles for historic art trying to think from the perspective of the time
Carlyn Whidden
01:01:28
Collect virtual resources from local artists/muralists that can be shared division-wide
Eafrica Johnson
01:01:31
tate.org.uk
Betsy McGinnis
01:01:35
Reflecting on and discussing the art of Banks and other artists who challenge the ethics of creating art and how laws play into their message
Tracy Dumais
01:01:38
ATC on an issue personal to student then give it away to the student community with a magnet on the back & put on lockers.
Gerri Carter-Thurston
01:02:08
I have visiting artist come in and help students to understand what motivated them from their stand point.
Tisha Burke
01:03:22
investigate the legal cases of Koons and Fairly
Cherilyn Colbert
01:03:46
Looking at package design. Observing how color and texture are used. Designing a package for a chosen object.
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:03:54
Use traditional drawing materials to create a text design (like a google doodle) for their name, then use animation app to add an animated portion
Tisha Burke
01:04:07
3D printing
Tracy Dumais
01:04:08
Creating animation and then utilizing Adobe Aero for an AR type animation
Leah Krueger
01:04:15
Looking at careers that aren’t obvious “art” related careers! Such as the forensic artists in Jamestown that can recreate what the Jamestown settlers looked like by creating models using digital scans and modern technology
Autumn Fesperman
01:04:27
Show examples of current installation artists that are high tech
Carlyn Whidden
01:04:33
Discussing "fair trade" products and other ethical consumerism and designing ways to present those products
Melissa Scott
01:04:42
Scratch
Eafrica Johnson
01:04:45
special effects make up artists
Steven Cregger
01:04:45
Limited technology access for my kiddos here in SWVA. However, 99% of them have a cell phone. Suggest apps that parents can download for students to use!
Kristie Buchanan
01:04:46
During our online learning last spring, I had an option where the students could create a Minecraft roller coaster.
Tracy Dumais
01:04:48
data analysis art where student track their data & create an artwork based off of it
Melissa Scott
01:04:50
VidCode
Anne Waterfield
01:04:58
Students Rebuild is a great source for learning about other cultures and has new art projects every year.
Autumn Fesperman
01:05:40
tinkercad is free, if they have a device to use.
LeeAnn Wilson
01:05:42
Projecting art in public space
Happy Krickovic
01:07:47
Choiceboard
Christina Lopez
01:07:52
Have students choose medium and explain why they chose that material
Carlyn Whidden
01:08:02
"Mini" lessons before a longer and robust unit. For example, students create their own mini collage on any topic/subject focusing mainly on techniques before a more robust "Big Idea" aligned collage project
Tisha Burke
01:08:03
make sure students at each grade level are exposed to as many different media as is age apporporate
Susan Vick
01:08:13
Several class sessions of process over product for the student on the elementary level.
Tracy Dumais
01:08:15
allow choice of creating traditionally or digitally
Leah Krueger
01:08:18
Last year the kids favorite art project was when we created personal treasure boxes. Students brainstormed symbols of what they “treasure” such as their family, pets, hobbies, etc. They made clay icons to fill and decorate a slab-constructed clay treasure box.
Precious Crabtree
01:08:24
Give students variety of materials and in their sketchbooks, experiment and decide what media they feel works best for the project.
Carla Terry
01:08:28
Choice Based projects
Holly Kincaid
01:08:39
choice stations and technique tutorials
Happy Krickovic
01:08:45
Love the treasure box idea!
Eafrica Johnson
01:08:54
documented multi media portraits
Autumn Fesperman
01:09:23
Make the choice part of the challenge, after teaching multiple techniques, students explain why they chose a particular media or style
Anne Waterfield
01:09:37
Creating mixed media experimentation sample cards and explain samples and techniques in process journal .Use favorites in Mixed media collage.
Anita Nixon
01:10:02
Exploring new art and artists as a form of protest. https://learninglab.si.edu/collections/uncovering-america-activism-and-protest/LzbW8qLCGdznJJXj
Leah Krueger
01:10:02
Thanks Happy Krickovic! It was super fun and they all turned out so unique!
Carlyn Whidden
01:10:30
media exploration day. spend an entire class time with kids exploring paint and "inventing" their own techniques and presenting them throughout the class. This can bring in communication/critique standards
Steven Cregger
01:10:54
LOVE THIS!!! ^
Autumn Fesperman
01:11:13
Students make a new painting tool and “demo” for their classmates
Leah Krueger
01:11:54
Carlyn Whidden: The kids would LOVE that and super strong with student voice and choice!
Sean Murphy
01:18:05
Have to leave. thank you all for sharing and keep doing the amazing work you do with your students!
Jessica Beach
01:18:15
Wow! These standards are much more relative to what I do in my art studio. Thank you all who worked so hard on this. I love where VA ArtEd is headed.
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:18:52
Agreed, I really like the new direction of the standards!
Tracy Dumais
01:19:38
thank you.
Leah Krueger
01:19:50
Thank you! This was very informative!
Anita Nixon
01:19:50
Thank you!
Eafrica Johnson
01:19:52
thank you!!
Lucinda Lorentz
01:19:54
Thank you!
Carlyn Whidden
01:20:02
I love the efforts to make "cultural" standards include representation of our students. Also culture as a living thing, not just a thing of the past. Great job!
Sharon Russell
01:20:02
Thank you!
Precious Crabtree
01:20:02
Thank you! This has been informative and exciting!
Kristie Buchanan
01:20:03
Thank you!
Anne Waterfield
01:20:05
Thank you!!!
Emma Florek
01:20:06
Thank you! Very informative!
Susan Vick
01:20:13
Thank you.
Stephanie Athanasaw
01:20:13
Thank you! Great job!
Gerri Carter-Thurston
01:20:15
thank you!!
Michelle Saunders
01:20:17
thank you!
Janet Curry
01:20:17
Thank you!
Jennifer Harold
01:20:18
Thanks
Holly Kincaid
01:20:18
thank you to all!
Carol Hostetter
01:20:18
Thank you, really appreciate it
Autumn Fesperman
01:20:19
Thanks so much!
Penny Barry
01:20:20
Thank you!
Ellen Pattisall
01:20:22
Thanks!
Steven Cregger
01:20:23
Good Luck everyone! Thank You!
Happy Krickovic
01:20:25
Thanks so much!
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:20:28
Thank you!