DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.

Understands and uses a variety of instructional strategies and appropriate technologies.  Candidate performance demonstrating the following capabilities informs this standard. 

The ability to:

  1. Choose effective teaching strategies and materials to meet different learning goals and student needs.
  2. Use multiple teaching and learning strategies to engage students in active learning opportunities and to help students take responsibility for their own learning.
  3. Monitor and adjust strategies in response to learner feedback.
  4. Vary her or his role in the instructional process depending on the content, purposes, and student needs.
  5. Develop a variety of clear, accurate presentations and representations of concepts, using alternative explanations to assist students’ understanding and providing diverse perspectives to encourage critical thinking.
  6. Employ a wide range of questioning and discussion techniques that elicit responses at a variety of affective and cognitive levels.
  1. Use educational technology to broaden student knowledge about technology as well as to deliver instruction.
  2. Encourage all students to use technology and help them to access that technology.
  3. Provide students with strategies for evaluating the content encountered via technology (i.e., Internet, listservs).

 

Artifacts: Brunswick High School 

 

2. Use multiple teaching and learning strategies to engage students in active learning opportunities and to help students take responsibility for their own learning.

 

1. Use educational technology to broaden student knowledge about technology as well as to deliver instruction.

 

2. Encourage all students to use technology and help them to access that technology.

 

This was a intensive 4 week long printing project. Students started project by brainstorming with ideas for projects. Students chose a phrase out of a hat for guidance in their drawings. All students started the project with this strategy. However for the final plate design students could look to outside inspiration. Students did have to use references, from books or the internet. To show students the advantages of printing I showed students a short video on an lino artist and his works. After our project we did a gallery walk and self assessment on prints. Students learned various methods for printing, including quality prints, rainbow roll, 2-3 color overlap, hand colored and collage. 

 

Student Checklist:  Art 1- Checklist.pdf

Self Assessment: Print-Self Assesment [4].pdf

 

 

 

Brunswick High school: Light sculpture Project

 

3. Monitor and adjust strategies in response to learner feedback.

 

To receive learner feedback I asked students answer a questionnaire about their projects and important aspects of the project. I also asked them about what they should be grade on and what I should be required for our final project. 

 

Questionnaire : Grading Assignment .pdf

 

Riverton Elementary: Cityscapes

 

5. Develop a variety of clear, accurate presentations and representations of concepts, using alternative explanations to assist students’ understanding and providing diverse perspectives to encourage critical thinking.

 

Buildings in the foreground have more detail because it is closer to the viewer. To give students some ideas of what we see on buildings that are closer, I provided students with visuals of ways to add detail to buildings. 

 

 

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.