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by Katherine M. Douglas

  • ISBN: 0807749761
  • Category: Education & Teaching
  • Author: Katherine M. Douglas
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press; 1 edition (July 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • FB2 size: 1644 kb
  • EPUB size: 1351 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 139
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Same for choice strategies with difficult classes. I’ve had classes in the past who COULD NOT handle the responsibility of choice. 3 people found this helpful. Katherine M. Douglas.

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This dynamic resource details the philosophy, rationale, and implementation of choice-based authentic art education in elementary and middle schools. To do the work of artists, children need opportunities to behave, think, and perform as artists. The authors address theory, instruction, assessment, and advocacy in a user-friendly format that includes color photos of classroom set-ups and student work, sample demonstrations, and reflections on activities. Book Features: Introduces artistic behaviors that sustain engagement, such as problem finding, innovation, play, representation, collaboration, and more.

Teaching for Artistic Behavior is an art education curriculum focused on choice-based teaching and learning for elementary and middle school age students. The pedagogy is clearly outlined and addresses personal relevancy, the learning environment, instruction, assessment and advocacy. A strong argument is presented for meaningful learner-directed art making experiences for all students.

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Engaging Learners Through Artmaking: Choice-Based Art Education in the Classroom by Diane B. Jaquith and Katherine M.

Depending on your classroom setup, printmaking can be a permanent center or a pop-up center only open occasionally. In my room, I don’t have counter space to devote to printmaking materials. So, I house mine in a clearly labeled cabinet so students can get the materials themselves. Engaging Learners Through Artmaking: Choice-Based Art Education in the Classroom by Diane B.

This dynamic resource details the philosophy, rationale, and implementation of choice-based authentic art education in elementary and middle schools. To do the work of artists, children need opportunities to behave, think, and perform as artists. The heart of this curriculum is to facilitate independent learning in studio centers designed to support student choices in subject matter and media. The authors address theory, instruction, assessment, and advocacy in a user-friendly format that includes color photos of classroom set-ups and student work, sample demonstrations, and reflections on activities. Book Features: Introduces artistic behaviors that sustain engagement, such as problem finding, innovation, play, representation, collaboration, and more. Provides instructional modes for differentiation, including whole group, small group, individual, and peer coaching. Offers management strategies for choice-based learning environments, structuring time, design of studio centers, and exhibition. Illustrates shifts in control from teacher-directed to learner-directed. Highlights artist statements by children identifying personal relevancy, discovery learning, and reflection.
Reviews about Engaging Learners Through Artmaking: Choice-Based Art Education in the Classroom (7):
Mushicage
Great art teacher read! I’m super inspired and plan on implementing much of what I’ve read in my classroom. I am bored with the way I currently teach and crave more authentic moments with my students. I’ve never enjoyed cookie-cutter artwork and stuffy, micromanaged classrooms. I’ve always gravitated towards allowing my students a decent amount of independence so choice feels very “me”.

My only complaint - I wish the book would have touched a bit more on how to implement this system smoothly and strategies for dealing with unmotivated students. That’s a big reason I’ve been interested in choice-based art - feeling like I was failing a population of my students who were not engaged in my lessons and needed something more, and then a population of students who have the potential to progress so much farther than what I offered to them. I have some students that are very social - so much to the point of complete disinterest in anything else - and I worry that even still it will be a challenge to engage them in class when all they want to do is socialize. I’m hoping working collaboratively will inspire them and I can figure it out if not but some tips would be nice.

Same for choice strategies with difficult classes. I’ve had classes in the past who COULD NOT handle the responsibility of choice. What modifications could I make for classes like this? Now, granted, I haven’t moved into full choice yet and I may find that most of these problems all work themselves out but I will continue to read and research more in the meantime.
Jugami
I was so excited to read this book because it relates directly to a personal goal of mine for the school year. I got the Kindle version and much to my dismay none of the illustrations are included. I am going to return the book. I don't see how they can sell an art book without the pictures!

Edit: I just purchased the print version. I will post a review for that once it arrives. Looking forward to seeing the full content!
Kagrel
I am so in love with this book! I am not a trained artist or art educator, but I now feel confident enough to develop an art curriculum for my Montessori elementary class.
Corgustari
I have been struggling with the change of teaching college art classes for 10 years and moving to teaching Middle and High School students. In college I found it quite easy to meet the students' needs as well as accreditation with a very creative mix of curriculum. This year I moved to Mexico City to teach at a private school and the change has been difficult to adjust to. I was not seeing the same results and managing the classroom supplies/behavior were overwhelming. It took me about 3 months to fully do this transformation but the results have been amazing. I am so excited to see my students engaged and in many cases begging to stay in class to work. I still have some work to do here, but this book gave me great guidelines to follow with inspiring examples. There are so many resources in the TAB community and it is helping me love teaching, mentoring, and observing my students blossom.
Shazel
Well, I must confess the book itself didn't change it, but rather the whole approach to teaching that the book is about - T.A.B. I already knew quite a bit about TAB before I bought the book and by the time it arrived I was worried that it was going to be a) it too focused on elementary art programs and b) stuff I already knew.

The book did not disappoint. The focus is mostly on elementary, but not in a way that makes it useless for middle school (can't speak for highschool though). It really does focus on artistic behaviors and those carry though to the upper grades. It is concise and well organized and actually, reading it after I had already plunged into TAB was very clarifying. The book serves as a great backbone for learning about TAB.

Regarding TAB itself...OH MY I love teaching this way and I will never ever go back to teacher-directed art again unless forced to. I have feel totally reinvigorated. Behavior problems truly have decreased (though not disappeared!) and I feel like I really am grappling with the heart of what it means to be an artist instead of just controlling kids and getting them to all make essentially the same thing all at the same time.
Ericaz
This was very helpful for those that are interested in choice based learning. It an inspired me to do self reflection and reexamine my teaching strategy. I am so excited to start "new" after many years of teaching art.
Legionstatic
This book is so compact there are no extraneous words, & it explains clearly how to establish a center-based art program, quite different from teacher-directed learning. I'm not sure how well it works with students who are difficult to manage, but it is a refreshing approach for art teachers facing the prospect of teaching hundreds of children every week.
Good text, but where are the visuals? Plates are referenced and are not included in the Kindle version. I was very disappointed and frustrated!!!!!

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