Sharing Student Work to Enhance Learning and Build Community. Christine Goodheart ESP Summer Seminar July, 2006. Essential Question. What are all of the positive outcomes you can imagine when students share their work with the school community and the broader community?.
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ESP Summer Seminar
What are all of the positive outcomes you can imagine when students share their work with the school community and the broader community?
“Work in the arts is not only a way of creating performances and products, it is a way of creating our lives”
-Elliot Eisner, Arts and the Creation of Mind
Look at Matisse’s work.
Think of an environment you could create using cut and torn paper….
Showing the learning process:
Engaging the community…… performances and products, it is a way of creating our lives”
What could you add or change to these specific presentations of student work to maximize learning and community engagement?
Based on our discussion, if we were going to write a “Tip-sheet” for schools to use when they present or exhibit student work, what would this look like?
Make some notes on one way you have shared student work. In groups of three, present your example to others and get their best ideas. Chose one example and your three best ideas to share with the group.
Based on our discussion, Share their work
add to our tip-sheet
To engage with works of art is to go in search of fresh connections, unexpected meanings, to engage in acts of continuing discovery.
- Maxine Greene, Variations on a Blue Guitar