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2 7 Habits of Highly Effective Sketchbooks: an art education overview Beth Van Grinsven St. Jacobi, Greenfield, WI October 2009

3 If you want to do only one thing If you want to do only one thing If you’re low on art budget If you’re low on art budget If you’re short on prep/teach time If you’re short on prep/teach time Sketchbooks: Art Curriculum Touchdown

4 #1 Sketchbooks are the Perfect Tool Greatest long term payoff Greatest long term payoff Entire school shares one basic curriculum, sequentially taught Entire school shares one basic curriculum, sequentially taught Highest group success Highest group success Overwhelming growth seen week-to-week, and year-by-year Overwhelming growth seen week-to-week, and year-by-year Students know and understand consistent art standards that build on each other throughout their education Students know and understand consistent art standards that build on each other throughout their education

5 #2 Dispel the Myth: Unleash the Hope Betty Edwards : “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” Kimon Nicolaides : “The Art of Drawing” Kimon Nicolaides : “The Art of Drawing”

6 #3 Know the Tools Use the Rules Elements:LineShape Color Form TextureSpaceValuePrinciples: Balance Harmony Unity Movement Rhythm Emphasis Variety

7 Real Assessment- Taking off the Fuzz with Rubrics Especially important when dealing with subjective subject matter Clear target for student: pre-determine grade EMPOWERMENT Respect from parents

8 #4 Gaining Technical Mastery Advancing sequential consistency = success Advancing sequential consistency = success Evaluation forms Evaluation forms Student examples Student examples Studio work ln class Studio work ln class Internet resources: ehow.com Internet resources: ehow.com Homework required outside of class Homework required outside of class

9 #5 Class Critiques: “Watching the Film” Not just big-this is HUGE! Reinforces tools and rules

10 Know the Tools Use the Rules Elements:LineShape Color Form TextureSpaceValuePrinciples: Balance Harmony Unity Movement Rhythm Emphasis Variety

11 #5 Class Critiques: “Watching the Film” Not just big-this is HUGE! Reinforces tools and rules The language of art; the words of artists Learning from success and failure Playing field is level “Iron sharpening iron” Art history: How the great ones handled that situation

12 #6 Establish Clear Expectations National Art Education Standards: Kennedy Center ArtsEdge

13 #6 Establish Clear Expectations We grade what we value phy ed-music-art phy ed-music-art Develop grading criteria for every assignment - RUBRIC Good News !!! Elements and Principles never change !!!

14 Know the Tools Use the Rules Elements:LineShape Color Form TextureSpaceValuePrinciples: Balance Harmony Unity Movement Rhythm Emphasis Variety

15 #7 One tool that does it all #7 One tool that does it all Getty Approach: DBAE Discipline based art education Disciple: to teach 1. Studio work 2. Art history: who’s who: the biggies: Mike Venezia: shared birthday-new name :image flooding Games Smart board websites youtube, ehow 3. Aesthetics: what is beautiful: why is this great or not? 4. Art criticism: how artists talk about their art and others art

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