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Creativity, Critical Thinking & the New Common Core Standards. A Conversation with Colleagues. Including: Debra Conejo, Literacy and Language Arts Specialist, LAUSD Luiz Sampaio, Visual Arts Specialist, LAUSD Jeanne Hoel, Senior Education Program Manager, MOCA.

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creativity critical thinking the new common core standards

Creativity, Critical Thinking & the New Common Core Standards

A Conversation with Colleagues

Including:

Debra Conejo, Literacy and Language Arts Specialist, LAUSD

Luiz Sampaio, Visual Arts Specialist, LAUSD

Jeanne Hoel, Senior Education Program Manager, MOCA

slide3
Please take a few moments to look the picture in your folder.

Reflect on your picture in writing.

To be continued…

literacy shifts
Literacy Shifts
  • Reading and writing that is grounded in text
  • Complex tasks and academic vocabulary
  • Building knowledge through non-fiction and informational texts [across all subjects]
ccss emphasizes skills and processes that can be carried across all subjects and areas of learning
CCSS emphasizes SKILLS and PROCESSES that can be carried across all subjects and areas of learning.
slide12

meaningful work

the arts

sciences

math

social sciences

skills and processes

lang. arts

history

technology

engineering

life

visual and media literacy apply to other content areas and contexts they are portable skill sets
Visual and media literacy apply to other content areas and contexts: they are portable skill sets
slide17

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

slide19

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

Staying open to new ideasDiscerning

Analyzing

Combining divergent concepts

SynthesizingThinking flexiblyVisioningReflecting

Questioning assumptions

Assessing veracity of claims

Using relevant evidence to support points of view

Understanding other perspectives and cultures

Self-directing

Persisting

slide20

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

Staying open to new ideasDiscerning

Analyzing

Combining divergent concepts

SynthesizingThinking flexiblyVisioningReflecting

Questioning assumptions

Assessing veracity of claims

Using relevant evidence to support points of view

Understanding other perspectives and cultures

Self-directing

Persisting

slide21

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

Staying open to new ideasDiscerning

Analyzing

Combining divergent concepts

SynthesizingThinking flexiblyVisioningReflecting

Questioning assumptions

Assessing veracity of claims

Using relevant evidence to support points of view

Understanding other perspectives and cultures

Self-directing

Persisting

slide23

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

Being creative

Thinking critically

Innovating

Problem solving

Problem finding

Thinking flexibly

Communicating

Collaborating

Adapting

Self-directing

Being accountable

Leading

Staying open to new ideasDiscerning

Analyzing

Combining divergent concepts

SynthesizingThinking flexiblyVisioningReflecting

Questioning assumptions

Assessing veracity of claims

Using relevant evidence to support points of view

Understanding other perspectives and cultures

Self-directing

Persisting

slide24

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

Being creative

Thinking critically

Innovating

Problem solving

Problem finding

Thinking flexibly

Communicating

Collaborating

Adapting

Self-directing

Being accountable

Leading

Staying open to new ideasDiscerning

Analyzing

Combining divergent concepts

SynthesizingThinking flexiblyVisioningReflecting

Questioning assumptions

Assessing veracity of claims

Using relevant evidence to support points of view

Understanding other perspectives and cultures

Self-directing

Persisting

slide25

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

21c

Being creative

Thinking critically

Innovating

Problem solving

Problem finding

Thinking flexibly

Communicating

Collaborating

Adapting

Self-directing

Being accountable

Leading

Staying open to new ideasDiscerning

Analyzing

Combining divergent concepts

SynthesizingThinking flexiblyVisioningReflecting

Questioning assumptions

Assessing veracity of claims

Using relevant evidence to support points of view

Understanding other perspectives and cultures

Self-directing

Persisting

Creativity

Critical Thinking

slide27

Observing details

Describing

Elaborating

Synthesizing

Resisting closure

Evaluating

Reflecting

Thinking flexibly

Thinking independently

Being original

Experimenting

Thinking divergently

Imaging

Abstracting

Recognizing patterns

Forming patterns

Analogizing

Body thinking

Empathizing

Thinking dimensionally

Modeling

Playing

Transforming

Thinking metacognitively

Collaborating

Communicating: writing, articulating, listening

Self-regulating

Persevering

Focusing

Finding satisfaction in learning

Self-organizing

21c

Being creative

Thinking critically

Innovating

Problem solving

Problem finding

Thinking flexibly

Communicating

Collaborating

Adapting

Self-directing

Being accountable

Leading

Staying open to new ideasDiscerning

Analyzing

Combining divergent concepts

SynthesizingThinking flexiblyVisioningReflecting

Questioning assumptions

Assessing veracity of claims

Using relevant evidence to support points of view

Understanding other perspectives and cultures

Self-directing

Persisting

Creativity

Critical Thinking

key findings
Key findings

There isn’t one, fixed definition of creativity.

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Key findings

  • Structures for supporting and assessing creative thinking have to be extremely well planned.
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Outcomes

(What would you like your students to take away from this activity?)

Activity How does the activity help them learn this?

Steps

How will you assess what students have learned?

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Key findings

  • Technical instruction still largely dominates arts instruction and lesson design.
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Key findings

  • Measurable qualities need to be identified very specifically.
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Key findings

  • Sometimes art teachers aren’t that creative.
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The arts embrace living experience and can breathe life into standards and education more generally.
continuing work of creativity labs
Continuing work of Creativity Labs
  • Pilot group participants are training 85 elementary arts teachers during 2011-12.
next steps
Next steps?

More cross-institutional partnering for professional development.

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Next steps

  • Bring more people into the conversation about the relevancy of arts pedagogy to Common Core instruction.
slide40

Questions

Who continues the work?

How do we keep the collaboration meaningful?

Has your definition of creativity changed since you walked into this auditorium?