Visual Pedagogy Presentation by Robin Wilson

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Visual Pedagogy Presentation by Robin Wilson

  1. 1. Robin Wilson
  2. 2. Purpose• Influence from IU classes• Resource for myself and to share with peers• Art for all learners • Why? • How?
  3. 3. The Arts…Multicultural Education and the Arts: 1. Expand expressive outlets and provide a range of learning styles available to all children Gives visual learners a way to communicate their understandings 2. Enable freedom of expression for second language learners Without having to depend solely on English Instead use drawing or movement
  4. 4. The Arts…3. Open venues for inclusive education and reaching outto exceptional learners The arts enable children with different abilities to participate in learning Alternative outlet for children who can’t communicate through speaking or writing4. Provide a stage for building self-esteem Learning becomes more enjoyable
  5. 5. The Arts…5. Encourage collaboration and intergroup harmony Teamwork/cooperate with others Shy students come out of their shell Opportunities to share knowledge6. Empower students and teachers Sharing allows students to see each other as unique individuals with interesting ideas and skills Students respect and admire others’ efforts Helps students gain confidence as self directed learners responsible for their own educational growth Creating art teaches discipline and dedication
  6. 6. The Arts…7. Deepen Teachers’ Awareness of Children’s Abilities andProvide Alternative Methods of Assessment View students in multiple ways More information for assessment8. Provide Authentic Cultural Voices and Add Complexity toTeaching and Learning Voices, images, feelings, and ideas of other cultures Bring life to people and events studied
  7. 7. Homophones
  8. 8. Venn diagrams
  9. 9. Book Ads
  10. 10. Acrostic Poems
  11. 11. Paper Bag Puppets
  12. 12. Flow Charts
  13. 13. Concept Maps
  14. 14. Bar Graphs
  15. 15. Geometric Shapes
  16. 16. Quilt Block Collage
  17. 17. Plant Cell
  18. 18. The Water Cycle
  19. 19. Solar System
  20. 20. Animal Masks
  21. 21. RocketsADSF
  22. 22. A Look Inside the Body
  23. 23. Butterfly Life Cycle
  24. 24. Now and Then Fan
  25. 25. Talk with the Presidents
  26. 26. Time Travel
  27. 27. Lady Liberty Statues
  28. 28. Contour Maps
  29. 29. Maps
  30. 30. ResourcesBlick art materials: Lesson plans. (1999). Retrieved from http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/Crayola lesson plans. Retrieved from http://www.crayola.com/lesson-plansGoldberg, M. (2004). Art integration: A methodology for learning . (pp. 1-32). New York: Allyn & BaconKoehler, D. I. (2009, May 24). Retrieved from http://dianne- artpaintingwbrschool.blogspot.com/

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