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  • 1. Getting Started: Part 1 IAS 108 Fall 2013
  • 2. Welcome back! The course will be available by noon on Monday, August 26. First 2 assignments are due by 11:00pm Tuesday, September 3
  • 3. Orientation (OPTIONAL) Meeting • Drop in during one of the following times. Plan to be there at least 30 minutes during the time block. Click here to go to Doodle and sign up for a time. – Monday August 26 2:00-4:00 pm – Wednesday August 28 8:30-10:30 am – Thursday August 29 8:30-10:30 am • It is in a computer lab McKee Fisk 203A so you can try out the new Bb system and sign up for ETS Criterion. • This meeting is NOT REQUIRED, but you can earn up to 15 extra credit points for attending.
  • 4. Quotes • “The arts are an essential element of education, just like reading, writing, and arithmetic…music, dance, painting, and theater are all keys that unlock profound human understanding and accomplishment.” –William Bennett, Former US Secretary of Education
  • 5. So What Does Interdisciplinary Art Studies Mean? • Interdisciplinary – study across disciplines • Art Studies – studies in four art forms –visual art, theatre, music, dance • Arts in Education – how do the arts apply to today’s classroom?
  • 6. Student Learning Outcomes 1. Summarize and compare research and practice regarding the integration of the visual and performing arts into the public school curriculum. 2. Identify strands, content standards, and vocabulary in the VAPA (Visual and Performing Arts) California State Framework for all four art forms. 3. Process and respond to sensory information through language and skills unique to the visual and performing arts in all four art forms.
  • 7. Student Learning Outcomes 4. Explore and evaluate online resources for visual and performing arts. 5. Create media presentations on selected topics related to Visual and Performing Arts. 6. Demonstrate mastery of key concepts and vocabulary in all four of the Visual and Performing arts as required for teacher preparation by the CCTC (California Commission on Teacher Credentialing). For a complete list of these concepts (click here) (covers subtest III of the CSET Multiple Subject Exam)
  • 8. ETS Criterion Access card (REQUIRED) For this class you will need the ETS Criterion Access card. This program is designed to help you edit and revise your essays. ETS Criterion "Course-specific Writing Practice” Access Card ISBN: 9780886853822 $13.60 Must be Purchased through Kennel Bookstore AS GE IC, there is a 2,000 word writing requirement. Students who edit their essays using Criterion often improve their essay grades immensely!
  • 9. What is ETS Criterion®? •It is a computer scoring program that gives immediate feedback about grammar, usage, mechanics, etc. •It is designed to help you edit your written assignments for a better grade!
  • 10. Have You Used ETS Criterion Before? • •Did you use Criterion in Spring 2013? •Do not buy a new access card! •All registrations from Spring 2013 are good for the Fall 2013 semester (345 days) •Use the SAME user name and password when you log in –IMPORTANT!
  • 11. ETS Criterion Has a New Updated System! •Now all you need to get started on ETS Criterion is the course access code: QX9M - 8YEG Click here for Instructions about how to register for ETS Criterion • •
  • 12. IAS 108 What is the Required Textbook? For this class you need ONE textbook You have 3 choices (same information-different formats). ANY choice will work! Official text Alternative text Digital version
  • 13. Official Textbook at Kennel Bookstore At the Kennel Bookstore: Creating Meaning and Perceiving the Arts Through Literature. (custom – Morin) You may choose EITHER the new or used version: Used- ISBN: 9781256164487 OR New- ISBN 9781256136033 The accessories that come packaged with the new text (MyWriting Lab + MyEducation Lab) are optional – they are not required for intersession. This custom book contains chapters from 2 different authors and covers ALL course content.
  • 14. Alternative Textbook From Online Sources (Amazon, etc- often available used): Creating Meaning through Literature and the Arts: Arts Integration for Classroom Teachers, 4/E, by Claudia Cornett. Some page numbers may not match – content is same. You can use older editions – but it is up to you to make adjustments for different content.
  • 15. Digital Text or eBook Digital Text (eBook) Creating Meaning through Literature and the Arts: Arts Integration for Classroom Teachers, 4/E, by Claudia Cornett. Use this link to purchase (big savings – almost ½ price!) http://www.coursesmart.com/IR/2097040/ 9780137048335?__hdv=6.8 Digital format is very convenient for an online class.
  • 16. Do I need to Buy these Materials? YES, you need to purchase the textbook and the ETS Criterion Access Card. •You will use these materials for: •Journals •Quizzes •Essays •Event Reports •Final Exam •It will also help you study for Subtest III of the CSET exam!
  • 17. More Resources: Plug-ins •This course requires you to view videos and websites with music and graphics. •You may not be able to view some of these sites until you install the plug-ins required!
  • 18. Plug-ins •You can find links to these plug-ins under Syllabus Plug-ins available: Adobe Acrobat Reader:PDF files PowerPoint Viewer: PPT files Real Media Player: video and audio files Macromedia Flash Player: interactive Flash animations within a Web page Macromedia Shockwave Player: interactive Director movies in a Web page Sun Java: condensed PowerPoint Presentations
  • 19. CONTACT INSTRUCTOR Get to know your professor! • You can find the contact information under “Contact Instructor”.
  • 20. Email Your Instructor • Email is the best way to contact your instructor. • To send an email, put IAS 108 in the subject. • Then it will not get lost as spam!
  • 21. Instructor Availability Need to meet one on one? Set up an appointment! • Phone: 559-906-2942 (cell) and yes, I text! • Email kimm@csufresno.edu Remember, your instructor is here to help you. Ask for help if you need it!