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    • Special Needs Students and Art Education
    • Where It All Began…
      Pratt at Munson-Williams-Proctor, Sophomore Year (Spring 2008)
      Albany Street Elementary School
      Utica, NY
    • Shape Animals
    • The School for Human RightsCrown Heights, Brooklyn
    • Sean
      Senior at the School for Human Rights
      Autistic
      No Art Classes
    • Challenges…
      Not a lot of information is available on special needs students and art education
    • Themes Within My Topic…
      History of Special Education
      - Ungraded Classes
      Art Therapy and Special Education
      - Developmental Stages
      Self-Expression and Special Needs Students
      - Understand emotions, become confident in their ideas, improve fine motor skills, complete projects they set out to do, problem solve
      Creative Thinking in Special Needs Students
      - Physical challenges may prohibit a student with special needs from expressing his imagination
    • Viktor Lowenfeld
    • Scribble Stage(18 mo. – 2 yrs.)
      awareness of patterns, hand-eye coordination
      “Pre-Schematic” Stage (4 yrs. – 7 yrs.)
      people are made up of basic shapes
      “Schematic” Stage (7 yrs. – 9 yrs.)
      more details- clothes, hands, fingers, etc.
      Drawing Realism Stage (1o yrs.)
      desire to depict things realistically
    • “Pre-Schematic” Stage
      Scribble Stage
      “Schematic” Stage
      Drawing Realism Stage
    • Is our current educational program using art to its fullest potential in terms of helping children with special needs communicate and express themselves?