LCB Project Documentation “Title of Unit” Insert Image here • School • Artist(s)/Cultural Org. • Project Team • Project dates (beginning & ending) (add a photo in the box to the left) LCB Project documentation is based on framework from Empire State Partnership’s Evidence of Teacher and Student Learning template in conjunction with Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education and used with permission by the New York State Council on the Arts.
Overview Tell us about your partnership and this particular project... Please include a brief description of the project (Feel free to use the project overview from your proposal or contact the LCB Coordinator for a funding summary) (If you need more slides for any given section, just go to Insert and click on Duplicate slide)
Overview Tell us about your partnership and this particular project... Describe the partners: • School • Artist/Cultural Organization Demographics: • No. of students served (core group): • No. of teachers involved: • No. of artists participating: • No. of Youth benefiting (others): • No. of others benefiting (community members etc.): (If you need more slides for any given section, just go to Insert and click on Duplicate slide)
Project Details: The Plan Describe the project including intended student outcomes, learning goals and how you addressed the NYS Learning Standards. Insert Image(s) here Please describe: the topic, theme or Big Idea of the project the intended student outcomes and learning goals how you addressed the NYS Learning Standards in the arts and other curricular areas (Be sure to include the art-form and/or subject and NYS Learning Standards you addressed – see sample on next slide)
Project Details: The Plan Describe the project including intended student outcomes, learning goals and how you addressed the NYS Learning Standards. Sample from “Once upon an Opera House” LCB Project at Moriah Central School Artform and Subject: Drama, English and Social Studies NYS Learning Standards Addressed (Note: “Performance Indicators” from NYS Learning Standards are used here)
The Story: (Process and Documentation) What was planned and how did the project unfold? • Describe the sequence of learning experiences for students including any culminating activities. • This section is all about the methods; the activities being designed by the teacher/artist team to meet the learning objectives. • This is a good place to drop in a unit plan/lesson plans; a description of the beginning, middle, and end of the unit; or a session by session outline as it occurs. • Could include a sequence of photos that give an overall feeling for the stages of the unit. Insert Image(s) here Reminder: If you need more slides for any given section, just go to Insert and click on Duplicate slide.
The Story: In Pictures What was planned and how did the project unfold? Insert Image Insert Image Insert Image Insert Image Add caption(s) here
Assessment How do you know if students learned what you set out to teach? What did your assessment strategies and tools reveal? Insert Image(s) here • Were the intended student outcomes and learning goals met, and how? • What evidence can you share*? (tools) • Completed assessment instruments? • Pre/post tests • Student work at different stages • Observations • Journal Entries • Quotes from interviews, class discussions etc. Insert Image(s) here • *Note: Samples of actual student work/journal entries/assessment tools etc. (as well as quotes from students, teachers and other participants involved in the project) are powerful elements for this section. They can be scanned, saved as pdf’s and imported here. Reminder: If you need more slides for any given section, just go to Insert and click on Duplicate slide.
Reflections What were your findings? • Please describe: • Any unexpected results (Did the plan need to be modified?) • Were there any “Aha” moments? • How did the school and/or community respond? • Do you have any comments from teachers, artists and students that you’d like to share? (Please include any testimonials) • What you would do differently, if anything, next time? • What’s next? (for students, project partners, the partnership?)
Resources: Tools and Credits Check out what worked for us… • Share documents, links to recommended websites, additional media (images/movies), blank tables etc. • Resources Utilized: • Bibliographies • Web links • Materials lists • Software/technology • Supply sources • (Please comment on any resources that were particularly useful) Insert Image(s) here
CreditsSpecial Thanks to documentation framework created in conjunction with the Empire State Partnerships Program’s Evidence of Teacher and Student Learning Template Logo here This partnership project was made possible with public funds provided by the New York State Council on the Arts and administered through the ____________, a program of the _________