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  1. Arts Integration:Teaching Artists and Others

  2. Welcome to Webinar V: Program Delivery and Assessment Arts Integration for Teaching Artists and Others May 22, 2012 Led by: Dr. Mary Palmer, Project Director

  3. Special Guests Judy LevineTeaching Artist, Sarasota Arts & Cultural Alliance Marian Winters Executive Director VSA Florida Scott Evans Fine Arts Director Orange County Public Schools

  4. Before Planning My Teaching Strategies… What KEY THINGS need to be “in place?”

  5. Special Guests Scott Evans Fine Arts Director Orange County Public Schools Judy Levine Teaching Artist, Sarasota Arts & Cultural Alliance Marian Winters Marian Winters Executive Director VSA Florida

  6. 21st Century Teaching and Learning Why ME?

  7. Special Guest Scott Evans Fine Arts Director Orange County Public Schools

  8. What does teaching and learning in a 21st Century Classroom look like?

  9. Is it this?

  10. Is it this?

  11. Is it this?

  12. What are 21st Century Skills?

  13. Tony Wagner’s 7 Survival Skills • critical thinking/problem solving • collaboration/leading by influence • agility and adaptability • initiative and entrepreneurialism • effective oral and written communication • accessing and analyzing information • curiosity and imagination

  14. How do students learn? Are they........... • Interpersonal • Logical • Spatial • Musical • Intrapersonal • Linguistic • Naturalist or • Bodily-Kinesthetic learners?

  15. YES!Gardner (1983) Frames of Mind.

  16. Arts Integration strategies address the needs of 21st century learners and prepare students for success in the world of tomorrow.

  17. How can Teaching Artists Contribute to the Development of HOTS?

  18. Special Guests Judy LevineTeaching Artist, Sarasota Arts & Cultural Alliance Marian Winters Executive Director VSA Florida Scott Evans Fine Arts Director Orange County Public Schools

  19. Special Guest Marian Winters Executive Director VSA Florida

  20. What is VSA? • Non-profit arts organization • Founded 1974 -Jean Kennedy Smith • International • A program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts • Provides arts, education and cultural opportunities for and by people with disabilities.

  21. To create a society where people with disabilities can learn through, participate in and enjoy the arts. VSA Florida Mission:

  22. Guiding Principles • Every person with a disability deserves access to appropriate arts learning experiences. • All artists in schools and arts educators should be appropriately prepared to include students with disabilities in their instruction. • All children, youth and adults with disabilities should have complete access to community cultural facilities and activities. • All individuals with disabilities who aspire to careers in the arts should have the opportunity to develop appropriate skills.

  23. Universal Design • Provide multiple means of representation of essential concepts • Provide multiple means for action and expression • Provide multiple means for engagement

  24. Curriculum Map

  25. Curriculum map #2

  26. Curriculum Map #3

  27. Curriculum Map #4

  28. Curriculum Map #5

  29. Instructional Strategy Resources • For more information : www.vsafl.org • Select “Archives and Resources” • Select “Teaching Artists” • Access: Tips for Including All Children Developmentally Appropriate Practices Least Level of Intervention Three C’s of Successful Inclusion What is Inclusion? Evidence of Inclusion Expectations of the Paraprofessional State Organization Resources

  30. Web Resources • www.advocacyinstitute.org/UDL • www.udl4allstudents.com • www.accessiblearts.org • www.udlguidelines.edublogs.org • www.cast.org • www.vsafl.org

  31. VSA Florida • University of South Florida • College of Education/Sp Ed/VSAFL • 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, EDU 105, Tampa, Florida 33620 • 813-974-0712 • Email: mfarber@usf.edu • www.vsafl.org

  32. What Teaching Strategies are MOST effective in schools?

  33. Special Guests Judy LevineTeaching Artist, Sarasota Arts & Cultural Alliance Marian Winters Executive Director VSA Florida Scott Evans Fine Arts Director Orange County Public Schools

  34. When working with students with SPECIAL NEEDS, what do I need to do?

  35. INCLUSION Tips for including all students in arts activities

  36. People First Language • Language that puts the focus on the individual NOT the disability.

  37. Make the circle big enough for EVERYONE!

  38. Accommodations • Change the way you teach or assess student learning • Change the materials that the student uses • Make adaptations in the learning environment

  39. Modifications Involve changes to the goals and outcomes of the curriculum. Modifications are considered for students with disabilities after appropriate accommodations have been tried.

  40. Is an Arts Integrated approach different in a non-school setting?

  41. What are some “best practices” in documentation of student achievement?

  42. Special Guest Judy LevineTeaching Artist, Sarasota Arts & Cultural Alliance

  43. MEMORYKEEPERDANCE PROJECT MEMORIES Judith Levine-Artist in Residence Melissa Lodhi-Dance Teacher BOOKER VPA High School-Sarasota, Fl.

  44. Students identified the person in their life they wished to honor as the subject of their Memorykeeper. Other dancers read the writings and underlined the parts to be integrated into the dance.

  45. Written student reflection used as an assessment for the project.

  46. Making a Memorykeeper sculpture touches the student’s heart. This emotion was integrated into the student’s original choreography.

  47. Students constructed Memorykeeper sculptures focusing on someone special in their life.