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  • 1. Florida Art Education
  • 2. A CRITICAL LOOK AT CRITICAL THINKING IN ART EDUCATION
  • 3. Presented by Erin Warner & Andrew Hasebroock
    • Technology Consultant Carol Skelton
    • School District Of Hillsborough County
  • 4. Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives in the Cognitive Domain is correlated to the steps of Feldman’s Art Criticism
  • 5. Bloom’s Taxonomy Of Educational Objectives In The Cognitive Domain Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation
  • 6. Feldman’s Steps For Art Criticism Description Analysis Interpretation Judgment
  • 7. Description relates to Comprehension Analysis relates to Application & Analysis Interpretation relates to Synthesis Judgment relates to Evaluation
  • 8.
    • Edmund B. Feldman developed an approach that is initiated with the teacher asking students lower order questions regarding what they see as an artwork is viewed.
  • 9. Feldman-Bloom-FCAT
    • Feldman’s approach to art criticism features question strategies correlated to Bloom’s hierarchy of critical thinking skills. Therefore, Feldman’s art criticism is connected to FCAT skills which are based on Bloom’s Taxonomy of educational objectives.
  • 10. BLOOM’S TAXONOMY
    • Knowledge
    • Comprehension
    • Application
    • Analysis
    • Synthesis
    • Evaluation
  • 11. DESCRIPTION (COMPREHENSION)
        • TITLE
        • MUSEUM
        • ORIGIN
          • ARTIST/ CULTURE
          • TIME FRAME/ DATE
          • LOCATION/ COUNTRY OR CONTINENT
        • ART FORM
        • DIMENSIONS
        • MEDIUM
        • TECHNIQUE/ STYLE
        • ART PERIOD/ ART MOVEMENT
  • 12. ANALYSIS (APPLICATION & ANALYSIS)
      • Primary Elements of Art
        • Line
        • Color/ Value
        • Shape/ Form
        • Texture
        • Space
      • Principles of Design
        • Balance
        • Unity
        • Contrast
        • Emphasis
        • Proportion/ Size
        • Repetition/ Pattern
        • Rhythm/ Movement
  • 13. Interpretation (Synthesis)
    • Purpose or Motive of the Artist
    • Function of the Work of Art
    • Theme or Subject Portrayed
    • Meaning Expressed/ Message Conveyed
    • Symbolism Employed
    • Historical, Social, or Cultural Perspective
  • 14. Judgment (Evaluation)
      • Argument Proposed to Defend
      • The Aesthetic Value of the Work of Art
      • Criteria Established to Determine
      • The Significance of the Work
      • Supportive Evidence Offered to Substantiate
      • The Success of the Work
  • 15.  
  • 16. ART
    • Does Not Reproduce
    • What Is Visible
    • It Makes Things
    • Visible
    Paul Klee