Identity in art presentation

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A presentation on how identity plays into art education.

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  • DiversityAs teachers, it is our responsibility to recognize diversity within our students and within our classrooms. Lying within each lesson we will teach is a hidden curriculum, or assumptions about what values and beliefs we feel are important. These hidden assumptions guide more than the identified contentAll humans exemplify beliefs and values that emerge from their active participation in the world. When we engage in curriculum planning, we bring deeper level assumptions, values, and beliefs to the lessons. Identity influences our lessons, learning spaces, selected books, and overall curriculum.
  • Self esteem and identity from a young age is important Embrace diversity
  • Artist that expressed identity through their work
  • Appeal Different cultures- Books, songs, art piecesRecognize everyone has their own identity curriculum
  • Identity in art presentation

    1. 1. Identity“Mapping Identity for Curriculum Work” Congdon, Stewart, and White
    2. 2. In the Classroom• Role as teachers• “Hidden Curriculum”• Assumptions, values, and beliefs• Identity in Curriculum
    3. 3. Identity Categories• Religious Identity• Gender and Sexual Identity• Geographical Identity• Family Identity
    4. 4. Identity Categories• Age Identity• Economic Identity• Political Identity• Recreational Identity
    5. 5. Identity Categories• Aesthetic Identity• Racial/Ethnic Identity• Occupational Identity• Health and Body Identity
    6. 6. Lesson Idea
    7. 7. Identity as a “Big Idea”Frida Kahlo Chuck Close
    8. 8. Activity• Shield of Identity• Materials: • sketchbook • markers • colored pencils
    9. 9. Why a Shield?• Represent a Coat of Arms• Know who we are as teachers• Help students form their identity
    10. 10. Shield of Identity• Step 1: Draw a shield. Divide the shield into 4 separate sections.• Step 2: Determine which 4 identity categories you relate to the most.• Step 3: Draw a picture in each section of the shield that represents your most meaningful identity categories.• Step 4: Share and explain your Shield of Identity with your Studio.
    11. 11. IdentitiesReligious Identity Aesthetic IdentityRacial/Ethnic Identity Occupational IdentityGender and Sexual Identity Geographical IdentityFamily Identity Health and Body IdentityAge Identity Economic IdentityPolitical Identity Recreational Identity
    12. 12. Extension Activity• Studio Discussion: • What similarities and differences do you notice among your Shield of Identities? • Why do you think these similarities and differences exist? • Why do some people value one identity over another? • How can you address identity in your classroom?
    13. 13. Extension Activity• Studio Shield of Identity • Collaborate with your studio and find identities which you all value
    14. 14. Identity in the Classroom• Diversity• Awareness

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