Brosky portfolio

  • 560 views
Uploaded on

Teaching Portfolio

Teaching Portfolio

More in: Education
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
560
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. LesaBrosky
    Teaching Portfolio
  • 2. A collection of drawing, ceramic, mosaic and painting lessons from my secondary student teaching and long-term substitute teaching experiences.
    Student Examples
  • 3. Still Life Drawing
    Indiana Junior High School
    7th Grade
    General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to draw an image realistically.
    Grade 7: Still Life
  • 4. Contour and gesture
    First, students practiced drawing using contour and gestural lines. They chose their best work to reproduce on a larger scale.
    Grade 7: Still Life
  • 5. Before Critique
    Students were taught how to use tones and shading.
    After Critique
    Students critiqued
    each other in order to make one final drawing.
    Grade 7: Still Life
  • 6. Student Example
    Grade 7: Still Life
  • 7. Student Example
    Grade 7: Still Life
  • 8. Student Example
    Grade 7: Still Life
  • 9. Student Example
    Grade 7: Still Life
  • 10. Ceramic Vessel
    Indiana Junior High School
    7th Grade
    General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to create a coil vessel that demonstrates shape, form, balance, pattern and repetition.
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 11. Ceramic
    Vocabulary
    Display
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 12. Display I created for the color/design portion of the lesson
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 13. After the color and design lesson, students designed their own ceramic vessel
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 14. Then, students coiled clay into these vessels and painted them
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 15. Side View
    Aerial View
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 16. Side View
    Aerial View
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 17. Side View
    Aerial View
    Grade 7: Ceramics
  • 18. Mosaic Mirrors
    Indiana Junior High School
    9thGrade
    General Goals: Students will become more familiar with the history of mosaics and radial design and incorporate that knowledge in creating their own piece of mosaic artwork.
    Grade 9: Mosaic
  • 19. Every Student:
    • Created their own radial design
    • 20. Cut their own glass pieces
    • 21. Glued tesserae to recycled ceramic plates
    Grade 9: Mosaic
  • 22. Student Examples (before wiped clean)
    Grade 9: Mosaic
  • 23. Student Example
    Grade 9: Mosaic
  • 24. Student Example
    Grade 9: Mosaic
  • 25. Student Example
    Grade 9: Mosaic
  • 26. Abstract Painting
    Indiana Junior High School
    9thGrade
    General Goals: To introduce the students to the history and production of abstract painting by creating an abstracted self portrait.
    Grade 9: Abstract
  • 27. Students were required to draw a proportionate self-portrait
    BEFORE
    Drawing an abstracted
    self-portrait
  • 28. Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings
    Grade 9: Abstract
  • 29. Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings
    Grade 9: Abstract
  • 30. Math Integrated Art Lessons
    Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts
    Displaying Work
  • 31. Math Integrated Art Lessons
    Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts
    An
    AM and a PM
    clock drawing
    demonstrating
    time
    specific activities
    Displaying Work
  • 32. Math Integrated Art Lessons
    Some learning support teachers requested I use a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts (measuring, counting, geometry, telling time) in our art classes
    Drawing
    with
    measurement
    Displaying Work
  • 33. Math Integrated Art Lessons
    Some learning support teachers requested I use a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts (measuring, counting, geometry, telling time) in our art classes
    A Jasper Johns
    Inspired Multiples
    Design
    Displaying Work
  • 34. Math Integrated Art Lessons
    Students created a book about counting by 5’s
    Displaying Work
  • 35. Displaying Student Artwork
    I find it important to beautify the school by showcasing student work
    Displaying Work
  • 36. A student art display I created
    for Open House
    Displaying Work
  • 37. “Cutting, soldering and coiling! Oh My!”
    9th Grade
    Stained Glass/Ceramic Display Case
    Displaying Work
  • 38. Displaying Work
  • 39. My 9th graders’ stained glass windows decorated the windows around the school.
    Displaying Work
  • 40. Beautiful 7th Grade shoe drawings filled the hallways
    Displaying Work
  • 41. Patriotic
    Printmaking
    Display
    Displaying Work
  • 42. Bringing Art into The Community
    Volunteer Work
  • 43. While pre-teaching in Philadelphia, I was privileged to volunteer with the Urban Garden Organization.
    We converted litter filled vacant lots into beautiful and useful community gardens.
  • 44. While student teaching at Grandview Elementary,
    I created this backdrop for the school musical.
    Volunteer Work
  • 45. As part of CALM (Children and Artists Linked Through murals),
    I was able to help create this mural in the
    Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital cafeteria.
  • 46. Volunteer Work
  • 47. With the help of a few of my talented learning support students, we created this festive banner for a local business in Tidioute, PA.
    Volunteer Work
  • 48. As part of the IUP NAEA, we created a children’s alley during an arts festival.
    At no expense, children could create fun, multi-cultural art projects!
    Volunteer Work
  • 49. During another IUP NAEA project, we held an all-day contest open to the community:
    During “Chalk the Walk”, anyone could use chalk to express opinions on a political or social issue.
    Volunteer Work
  • 50. My Own Artwork
    http://lesabrosky.carbonmade.com
    Displaying Work