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NCDPI Summer Institutes 2012

Addressing Student Needs in an Era of New Content Standards.Arts Education: Day 2


Housekeeping

http://ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/

http://ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Arts+Education+Content+Sessions+2012


Facilitated Team Time

  • How does this content area prepare students to be future ready?

  • How does this area connect to other content areas?

  • What are the implications for meeting the needs of all learners as related to this content area?


Walk About Reflection


Future Directions in Arts Education

State and National

Data and Initiatives

Implications


State of the Arts:North Carolina


Policy and Legislation

  • Basic Education Program (§ 115C-81)

    The NC Standard Course of Study

    Common Core State StandardsNC Essential Standards


NC Legislation


• Arts Education

(arts as core, academic subjects)

Arts Integration

(arts as a catalyst for learning across the curriculum)

Arts Exposure

(exposure to arts experiences)

S66 Comprehensive Arts Education


Comprehensive Arts Education


NCDPI Alignment and Support: A+ Schools Program

  • Data Collection and Analysis

  • Monitoring and Collaboration

  • Professional Development


http://aplus-schools.ncdcr.gov/

Michelle Burrows | Director

A+ Schools Programmichelle.burrows@ncdcr.gov

tel: 919.807.6503


H758: Arts Education Commission

  • Duties

  • 3 Meetings (February – April 2012)

  • Final Report (May 1, 2012)

    • 5 Findings/Recommendations

    • 3 Legislative Proposals in Report


H758: Arts Education Commission

  • Importance of Arts Education

  • Comprehensive Arts Education Task Force (Legislative Proposal 1)

  • Arts Education Graduation Requirement (Legislative Proposal 2)

  • Professional Development and Education in Arts Integration

  • Locally Driven Comprehensive Arts Education (Legislative Proposal 3)


S724: An Act to Improve Public Education

  • requires that pre-service elementary teachers and lateral entry teachers are prepared to “integrate arts education across the curriculum”.

  • Wide-scale education legislation

  • signed into law by the Governor on June 26, 2012


Enrollment in Arts Education Courses, K-12

Dance2.99%

Music59.85%

Theatre Arts5.44%

Visual Arts53.66%

All Arts122.09%


NC Statistical Profile 2009-2010


Licensed Arts Educators in NC

1,434,436 Students (ADM)


Local Arts Education Graduation Requirements

* Pitt County has a Local School Board Policy (9.201) which calls for a comprehensive and sequential arts education, K-12, in addition to the local high school graduation requirement.


Arts Education: Dance, Music, Theatre Arts, Visual ArtsCourse Coding Updates


Highlights

  • Beginning, Intermediate, Proficient, Advanced courses in each discipline

  • Specialization by proficiency level in each discipline

  • AP and IB retain separate designations


High School Proficiency Levels


High School Sequencing


High School Options

  • Electives Requirements (Future-Ready Core) – 6

  • Electives requirements (NC Scholars)

  • Interest or specializations

  • 4-unit Concentrations


Concentration Recommendations

  • Sequence of courses in an arts discipline with at least one advanced course (beyond intermediate level)

  • Culminating project or capstone experience to demonstrate advanced skills

    • producing a student-written play

    • choreographing a dance for a public performance

    • publishing and conducting a student-written musical composition

    • producing a student exhibition of original art


Proficiency: Arts Education


What does it mean to be proficient?

“well advanced in an art, occupation, or branch of knowledge”

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/proficient

  • proficient, adept, skilled, skillful, expertmean having great knowledge and experience in a trade or profession


Proficiency

  • implies a thorough competence derived from training and practice

  • implies knowledge as well as technical skill


Suggested Student Profile

  • Upon entry to high school level study, it is suggested that each student be assessed via a student profile

  • This profile should be maintained throughout the high school career, so that each student has a history of his/her education, academic performance, and experiences in the arts.


Suggested Student Profile

  • The profile documents:

    • arts education and student academic performance in any of the four arts education disciplines at the K-8 levels,

    • arts studies that the student has completed outside of the school (private lessons, internships, studio classes, etc.).


Student Placement

  • Those students who have had limited or NO instruction in the arts discipline prior to the high school level will enter at a beginning level of study in any high school coursework.

  • Students may participate in a variety of electives from beginning through advanced levels in each of the arts disciplines.


Student Placement Practices

  • student profile

  • checklists and rubrics

  • pre-requisites

  • other criteria


Student Placement Resources

  • Arts Education Wiki

  • Other School Systems

  • LinguaFolio (ArtsFolio)

  • Future support:

    • Webinars, proficiency team 2012-13 SY

    • Formative and Summative Assessment Examples/Prototypes


State of the Arts:National


National Reports

The Arts and Achievement in At-risk Youth: Findings From Four Longitudinal Studies

(March 2012 – National Endowment for the Arts)

  • At-risk teenagers or young adults with a history of intensive arts experiences show achievement levels closer to, and in some cases exceeding, the levels shown by the general population studied.


National Reports

Arts Education in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools: 1999-2000 and 2009-2010

(April 2012 – US Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics)

  • Contains Key Indicators for Arts Education in 2009-10 and comparisons with 1999-2000, where applicable.


US Instruction Available in Elementary Arts Education


US Instruction Available in Secondary Arts Education


http://www.artsedsearch.org

  • Available now:

  • Crosswalks

  • Unpacking the Standards

  • I Can Statements by Content Area

    In development:

    • Graphic Organizers (available February 20, 2012)

    • Assessments

      • Formative: NC FALCON, ArtsFolio/Student Profile

      • Assessment Examples

      • Measures of Student Learning

    • Learning Progressions/Learning Maps

    • Terminologies

    • Other Tools


National Standards

  • National Standards (1994)

  • National effort underway for re-conceptualization of the standards


National Standards


National Standards


National Standards

  • National Coalition for Core Arts Standards (NCCAS) Wiki: https://nccas.wikispaces.com/Home


MSL Updates

Arts Education

July 2012


MSL Updates

  • Educator Effectiveness website (soon)

    • linked from http://www.NCPublicSchools.org

  • Arts: More local control and less state direction


Jennifer Preston

Race to the Top Project Coordinator for Teacher and Leader Effectiveness

jennifer.preston@dpi.nc.gov

[P] 919.807.4187

[C] 845.797.2361

[F] 919.807.4000

MSL Contact


Teacher Evaluation Process

“Teachers advocate for schools and students.”

Standard I, Element D

Teachers advocate for positive change in policies and practices affecting student learning.

http://ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Agenda+-+Day+2 (Section G)


My professional commitment…


Building Local Capacity

  • Go to your regional section of the wiki

  • Upload at least one resource to share


Addressing the whole child prepares future-ready students who are competitive for work and post-secondary education and prepared for life in the 21st century.


I used to think…but now I know...

  • Is a self-assessment and reflection exercise that helps students recognize whether and how their thinking has changed at the end of a sequence of instruction.


One Word

  • How do you feel about standards implementation right now?


Evaluation and Future Directions

What

worked well

Suggestions

for improvement


NCDPI Arts Education

Christie Lynch Ebert

Arts Education Consultant (Dance and Music)

and Liaison to the A+ Schools Program

christie.lynchebert@dpi.nc.gov

919-807-3856

Brenda Wheat Whiteman

A+ Arts Education Specialist

brenda.whiteman@dpi.nc.gov

919-807-3820

Vacant

Arts Education Consultant

(Theatre Arts and Visual Arts)

NC Department of Public Instruction - Division of K-12 Curriculum and Instruction

K-12 Programs Section

Helga Fasciano, Section Chief


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