I love art history and Picasso in particular. This scoop shows a great insight into the timeline of his work and biography. It clearly labels his different artworks and how his style changed over the course of his life. I feel that a unit could be created from this resource. It could include the different artistic styles eg: realism, abstraction, cubism...
The class could explore symbols and messages in the artworks, themes, colours and what influenced Picasso in each period.
How Picasso influenced modern artists?
Alot of the elements of this scoop could contribute to a detailed class unit.
This is a great video that looks at the different factors that influence an artist in their particular style. I could use this in a classroom and get students to identify elements about their individual styles and what they like and dislike about others.
I have been teaching a variety of ages for Visual Art in secondary. Getting them too think out their designs or reflect on what they are doing are extremely hard. They all have ipad's in the classroom and I feel like i could incorporate the 8 habits of mind into everyday reflections within the class. It would hopefully scaffold them into thinking in a more artistic mindset.
I found this to be a great resource that shows the planning stages of a linocut process. The video is straight forward and goes through the process of designing an image, planning the pattern in the background and shows how to print the design.
Its a great introduction video for a beginner lino printer.
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While online education can be an excellent choice for many students, it can require a bit of a learning curve on the part of the teachers. Obviously many of the same teaching strategies for the traditional classroom are not applicable. Utilizing these tips can help both young-adult and adult educators engage students in variety of online class scenarios
You don't find school reformers talking much about how we need to train more teachers in the arts, given the current obsession with science, math, technology and engineering, but here's a list of skills that young people learn from studying the arts.
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