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GaDOE Fine Arts

GaDOE Fine Arts. What Fine Arts Support is offered for Fine Arts through the Georgia Department of Education?. What Fine Arts Support is offered for Fine Arts through the Georgia Department of Education?. Four Years. First Fine Arts Specialist at the DOE in 23 years

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GaDOE Fine Arts

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  1. GaDOE Fine Arts

  2. What Fine Arts Support is offered for Fine Arts through the Georgia Department of Education? What Fine Arts Support is offered for Fine Arts through the Georgia Department of Education? GCEL Title IV A

  3. Four Years • First Fine Arts Specialist at the DOE in 23 years • STEAM Certification for Schools • Fine Arts Diploma SEAL Created • Website for Fine Arts Education • GSE Standards created for 460 courses • State Course Descriptions for all courses • Fine Arts Resource First arts class to count for core credit • Instructional Resources for Arts teachers • stART Grants ( half a million dollars) • Statewide Professional Development Courses • District Arts Administrators Council • Fine Arts counts for 6.67 points on CCRPI for first time in our history • Creative Community Council • Fine Arts Department growth GCEL Title IV A

  4. 460 – Course Descriptions and GSE Standards GCEL Title IV A

  5. Georgia Virtual School Current Courses AP Art History AP Music Theory Beginning Music Theory and Composition Music Appreciation Visual Art Comprehensive I In Development Drawing I Photography I Dramatic Writing I GCEL Title IV A

  6. GaDOE Instructional Resources Visual Art • Art K- 5th • Art 6th – 8th • Ceramics I • Photography I • Visual Art Comp I • Art History I • Graphics I • Jewelry I • Sculpture I • Printmaking I • Drawing and Painting I Media Arts • HS Media Arts I Theatre & Film • Theatre 6th - 8th • Fundamentals of Theatre I • Acting I • Advanced Drama I • Dramatic Writing I • Technical Theatre I • Musical Theatre I • Acting and Production in Film Music • General Music K- 5th • General Music 6th – 8th • Band I • Orchestra I • Chorus I • Music Technology I Dance • Classical and Contemporary Partnering I • Dance I • Modern Dance I • World Dance Forms I • Dance for Theatre I GCEL Title IV A

  7. Curriculum Map Unit Plan

  8. Lesson Plans

  9. Summative Rubrics Diagnostic Assessments

  10. Art, Culture, and CELEBRATION

  11. All over the world and throughout history, people have created art as a form of cultural expression associated with celebrations, festivals, and holidays. Handmade costume in Brooklyn’s annual West Indian Day Parade, which celebrates Caribbean culture. Man in Costume, 2008 Photo by Fordmadoxfraud https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:West_Indian_Day_Parade_2008-09-01_man_in_costume.jpg

  12. Finding the TRL through SLDS • Accessing the TRL will be a little different for each person depending on the school system in which you teach. The TRL can be reached through the Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS); this is also where you access the Teacher Keys Effectiveness System (TKES). For many school systems this is done through the grading platform that is used (for example, Infinite Campus, eSchool Plus, etc. )

  13. SLDS • When you open your grading platform, you may see SLDS listed among other options on the left hand side; if you do, you can simply select SLDS. If you don’t, you should see a search box; type SLDS in this box and then click on that link. This will take you to the SLDS Dashboard on the Georgia DOE site.

  14. This Dashboard provides access to data for your district and others in the state as well as the TRL, and your TKES platform. Next select TRL which will take you to all instructional resources.

  15. The Essential Toolkit • The essential toolkit is an easy way to get right to the resources you need.

  16. Select Essential Toolkit on the upper right hand side of the screen. This will take you to the screen you see below.

  17. To narrow down to only what you need, select the grade level you want to view from the drop down at the left and then select Fine Arts from the subject dropdown menu.

  18. Organization of Resources

  19. Categories in the Essential Toolkit • What do I Teach? This category contains the GSE and the Curriculum Maps for the grade selected. • How do I Teach? This category contains the unit plans, lesson plans, vocabulary lists, videos, PowerPoints, and any additional instructional materials. • Did they Learn? This category contains rubrics and other diagnostic, formative and summative assessments. • Need to Know? This category contains a crosswalk of the previous standards (GPS) and the current standards (GSE).

  20. TRL Curriculum Components • The content you will find was created and vetted by teachers from across the state of Georgia. • The resources provide unit plans and several lesson plans. PowerPoints, handouts, videos, assessments, and vocabulary lists with definitions.

  21. Curriculum Map • In the What do I Teach? category. • The Curriculum Map contains a list of standards and elements for each of four units; underneath are the key components to be covered in the unit.

  22. Unit Plan • Unit Plans are provided for each course that has a Curriculum Map. • The unit plan includes: a unit focus, standards and elements listed by process, a list of lesson plans within that unit, example assessments, and a list of all supplemental resources available with that unit. Unit plans are found in the How do I Teach? • Unit Plan Example

  23. Lesson Plan Within each unit are a varying number of lessons necessary to cover these nine weeks. Each lesson plan includes: • Suggested pacing (how many class sessions the lesson will require) • Enduring understanding • Technical focus • A list of all the GSE from the four Artistic Processes that are covered in the lesson • Assessments • Major unit concepts • Vocabulary terms (without definitions) • Differentiated learning (strategies for increasing the rigor and adapting the assignment) • Teacher and student materials • Lesson structure, including student and teacher procedures, essential questions, opening, creating and closing. Lesson plans are found in the How do I Teach? portion of the TRL. Lesson Plan Example

  24. Assessments • Diagnostic assessments: Gauge student knowledge prior to the lesson • Formative assessments: Check for understanding during a lesson • Summative assessments: Measuring student mastery of standards after the lesson. • Assessments can be found in the Did they Learn? portion of the TRL. • Assessment Example

  25. Other Resources • The TRL contains a variety of other resources depending on the grade, the unit, and the lesson. Some of those resources include PowerPoints related to lessons, handouts, worksheets and videos. These types of resources are found in the How do I teach? portion of the TRL. • PowerPoint Example

  26. Organizing Resources for Use • TRL allows the user to create folders to organize materials for ease of use. It is up to the individual on how information is organized, but creating some type of folder will probably make using the resources easier. It is worth mentioning that the resources can also be downloaded and saved onto your computer or a cloud based application.

  27. Once you have selected Fine Arts and a Grade level, you can begin to create folders. Click on the folder icon on the top right side of the page above the first listed resource.

  28. Then select Create New Folder on the left side. • Create a name for the folder and add a description if desired. Close window.

  29. Select the resources you want to put into the folder by checking the box to the left of the resource picture; you can select multiple files at one time. Then click the “save” button in the upper right.

  30. This will open all of your folders and ask you to select where to put the resources. Check the appropriate box and then click the green save button to the right.

  31. The next time you open that folder, the resources will be in there.

  32. Instructional Resources Training Feedback goo.gl/adYssv Presenters: Jessica Booth, Program Manager Paul McClain, Program Specialist Fine Arts Department Georgia Department of Education

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