Building  aprogram                                              from the                      journal UP                  ...
“How do we develop student-driven activities that broadenthe scope of a school’s artistic community, foster a rigorous lea...
Starting with the Journal      Establishing visual journals as a primary      component of art education fosters student  ...
“What can we develop that will enhance the overall art  community of our schoolwhile increasing the NAHS/AC      member’s ...
“___________ Café” -National Art Honor Society /Art Club presents a monthlyart showcase. The event isdesigned to showcase ...
Collaboration Encourage students to look for opportunities to collaborate with other artistic disciplines. •Artistic conce...
Arts Integration Workshop – Students involved withDance Company, String Quartet, and National ArtHonor Society met for a c...
College Partnerships – Working withUMBC’s Center for Art Design & VisualCulture students participated in asemester long ou...
The Q.O.I. ApproachQuestion of Inquiry: What question can I ask mystudents that will get them to apply the conceptsand ter...
Example #1 Question of Inquiry: Ifyou had to describe yourenvironment using just onephotograph; what would that imagelook ...
Example #1 Question of Inquiry: Ifyou had to describe yourenvironment using just onephotograph; what would that imagelook ...
Example #2 Question ofInquiry: At this moment in time,material things excluded, whatin life means the most to you?
Example #2 Question ofInquiry: At this moment in time,material things excluded, whatin life means the most to you?
Example #3 Question of Inquiry: If youwere in the body of an elderly man orwoman how would you view the youthof the nation?
Example #4 Question ofInquiry: What parts ofculture are worth preservingand showing off?
12.05.10 Such Great Heights                                    12.07.10 Where Is Home?                                    ...
12.01.10 On Reflection                                                 12.19.10 Skating12.06.10 Short Bursts
THE RESULT?
THE RESULT?
THE RESULT?Students’ Artistic Community
THANK YOU!                              Enjoy the rest of your day.           Samuel.Llewellyn@hcps.orgEdgewood High Schoo...
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  1. 1. Building aprogram from the journal UP Samuel Craig Llewellyn 2012 NAEA CONVENTION“Emerging Perspectives: Connecting Learning, Teaching & Research”
  2. 2. “How do we develop student-driven activities that broadenthe scope of a school’s artistic community, foster a rigorous learning environment, while growing the overall program?”
  3. 3. Starting with the Journal Establishing visual journals as a primary component of art education fosters student artistic identity by: • Creating opportunities to experiment with materials • Utilizing visual and written research methods • Providing a venue to explore personal interests • Developing artistic skills & confidence
  4. 4. “What can we develop that will enhance the overall art community of our schoolwhile increasing the NAHS/AC member’s sense of ownership?”
  5. 5. “___________ Café” -National Art Honor Society /Art Club presents a monthlyart showcase. The event isdesigned to showcase theHigh School’s visual andperforming artists in a“pseudo-coffee-houseenvironment”
  6. 6. Collaboration Encourage students to look for opportunities to collaborate with other artistic disciplines. •Artistic concepts are relevant in all parts of life, they transcend all subjects and areas of study. •Working across the curriculum promotes community
  7. 7. Arts Integration Workshop – Students involved withDance Company, String Quartet, and National ArtHonor Society met for a collaborative workshopwhere they explored themes that transcend allgenres of art. They composed original works basedoff of brainstormed themes; Triumph, Anger, Hope,Love, etc. and created a collaborative piece for theschool’s spring showcases.
  8. 8. College Partnerships – Working withUMBC’s Center for Art Design & VisualCulture students participated in asemester long outreach programinvolving gallery visits, artistdiscussions, cooperative lessonplanning, and a gallery exhibit oncampus displaying the work createdthroughout the program.
  9. 9. The Q.O.I. ApproachQuestion of Inquiry: What question can I ask mystudents that will get them to apply the conceptsand terms we have been studying while solving a problem that intellectually rigorous, culturally relevant and taps in to personal aspects of their lives?
  10. 10. Example #1 Question of Inquiry: Ifyou had to describe yourenvironment using just onephotograph; what would that imagelook like? What images can youcapture to define your “place”?
  11. 11. Example #1 Question of Inquiry: Ifyou had to describe yourenvironment using just onephotograph; what would that imagelook like? What images can youcapture to define your “place”?
  12. 12. Example #2 Question ofInquiry: At this moment in time,material things excluded, whatin life means the most to you?
  13. 13. Example #2 Question ofInquiry: At this moment in time,material things excluded, whatin life means the most to you?
  14. 14. Example #3 Question of Inquiry: If youwere in the body of an elderly man orwoman how would you view the youthof the nation?
  15. 15. Example #4 Question ofInquiry: What parts ofculture are worth preservingand showing off?
  16. 16. 12.05.10 Such Great Heights 12.07.10 Where Is Home? ONREFECTION - An Advanced Photography Challenge: During the month of December, students participated in a rigorous 25 day photography challenge. Students were required to capture/create one photograph a day based on the given title for that day. Simply put, I provided the title, the students captured an image responding to the title. 12.04.10 Borders
  17. 17. 12.01.10 On Reflection 12.19.10 Skating12.06.10 Short Bursts
  18. 18. THE RESULT?
  19. 19. THE RESULT?
  20. 20. THE RESULT?Students’ Artistic Community
  21. 21. THANK YOU! Enjoy the rest of your day. Samuel.Llewellyn@hcps.orgEdgewood High School – Harford County Public Schools, Maryland 2011- PresentLansdowne High School – Baltimore County Public Schools, Maryland 2003-2011 For educational use only All journal images and photographs are intellectual property of Craig Llewellyn & Lansdowne High School ©2012

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