O. Student Teaching Documentation / Presentation

           

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Final Seminar Reminders

What should be included in your presentation:
Student Teaching Presentation_checklist link

1. Please prepare slides for your presentation and upload it to the google classroom before the presentation.

2. Your physical portfolio for participants to view. The page with images must be printed in color.

In your presentation, you will present one lesson from EACH placement. In each lesson you present:

1. The lesson title.

  • Lesson Title

-Provide a (large) title for your lesson to post at the exhibit. Make this information large enough to read at a distance. Include:

Lesson Title / Name, Student Teacher / School / Grade / Name, Cooperating Teacher(s)

2. The enduring understanding of the lesson.

  • Enduring Understanding

-Describe the enduring understanding (aka “big idea”) that guided your lesson and underpins the reason for students to engage in this art experience. Make this information IMG_0692large enough to read at a distance.

 

 

 

 

3. Provide a list of concepts addressed in the lesson.

  • Concepts

-Post the concepts addressed in the lesson. How the concepts are addressed in the lesson should be apparent in all the information and art work provided at the exhibition. Make this information large enough to read at a distance.

-When you demonstrate the concepts of the lesson, you should shortly mention the objectives/outcomes and standard alignment of the lesson so that your audience will have the background information. 

4. Describe and present evidence of ideation and process in creating.

  • Ideation and Process

-Ideation is the most important part of the lesson. Provide documents and information about how students developed their ideas for art work and present evidence of this: worksheets, copies of sketchbooks, sketches, 1st draft work, studies, etc. Additionally, provide photographs of the art making process; documentation on the evolution of this art work—beginning, middle, and end.

5. Describe how you, the art teacher, planned out the lesson and evaluated this art project at the end of the lesson.

  • Assessment

-Provide the assessment instruments, including pre-assessment, ongoing- (if any) and post-assessment rubrics. Make this information large enough to read at a distance.

6. Link standards’ elements.

  • Standards Alignment

-Throughout the presentation, link standards’ elements that are demonstrated in the lesson you are presenting. Lessons DO NOT have to be aligned with every standard element.

7. Please present student artworks with clear captions. If you chose to do a physical display for your presentation, all students’ artworks should be printed out in color and matted or mounted clearly with labels.

Students, parents, and school officials should be invited with an official invitation you provide to them in advance. (Provide directions and a map.)

Past Exhibitions

Student Teaching Showcase Fall 2014 (PowerPoint)

Student Teaching Showcase Spring 2015 (PowerPoint)

Student Teaching Showcase Spring 2016 (PowerPoint)

Student Teaching Showcase Spring 2017 (PowerPoint)

Student Teaching Showcase Spring 2018 (PowerPoint)

Student Teaching Showcase Spring 2019 presentation material examples

Student Teaching Showcase Fall 2019 presentation material examples

2018 Fall Student Teaching

 

In the videos below, student-teachers provide an overview of elementary and middle art experience.

In the videos below, student-teachers talk about assessment and “negotiating” with students to honor choice in the art classroom.

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