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  • John silva presentation davao march 25, 2011

    1. 1. INTEGRATING ARTSAND CULTURE INTO YOUR TEACHING
    2. 2. INTEGRATING ARTSAND CULTURE INTO YOUR TEACHING JOHN L. SILVA
    3. 3. ARTS AND CULTURE UNDERUTILIZED
    4. 4. ARTS AND CULTURE UNDERUTILIZED
    5. 5. ARTS AND CULTURE UNDERUTILIZED• Low educational achievements in Mindanao
    6. 6. ARTS AND CULTURE UNDERUTILIZED• Low educational achievements in Mindanao• Use every means to raise achievements including arts and culture (history)
    7. 7. ARTS AND CULTURE UNDERUTILIZED• Low educational achievements in Mindanao• Use every means to raise achievements including arts and culture (history)• Arts and Culture that enhances diversity and peace
    8. 8. Muslim and western figurative Art
    9. 9. Muslim and western figurative Art• Islam does not prohibit or condemn the art of painting
    10. 10. Muslim and western figurative Art• Islam does not prohibit or condemn the art of painting• Muslim monarchs kept figurative art
    11. 11. Muslim and western figurative Art• Islam does not prohibit or condemn the art of painting• Muslim monarchs kept figurative art• Mughal Emperor Akbar: “A painter has peculiar means of recognizing God”
    12. 12. Muslim and western figurative Art• Islam does not prohibit or condemn the art of painting• Muslim monarchs kept figurative art• Mughal Emperor Akbar: “A painter has peculiar means of recognizing God”• Some debate in the Philippines but figurative arts exists
    13. 13. Muslim and western figurative Art• Islam does not prohibit or condemn the art of painting• Muslim monarchs kept figurative art• Mughal Emperor Akbar: “A painter has peculiar means of recognizing God”• Some debate in the Philippines but figurative arts exists
    14. 14. Who is this artist?
    15. 15. Who is this artist?
    16. 16. Who is this artist? • Abdulmari Asia Imao
    17. 17. Who is this artist? • Abdulmari Asia Imao • National Artist 2006
    18. 18. Examples of Imao’s works
    19. 19. Examples of Imao’s works
    20. 20. Examples of Imao’s works
    21. 21. Examples of Imao’s works
    22. 22. Filipino Moslem Figurative Art
    23. 23. Filipino Moslem Figurative Art
    24. 24. Filipino Moslem Figurative Art • Burraq or Borak
    25. 25. Filipino Moslem Figurative Art • Burraq or Borak • Horse with a woman’s face brings Muhammad to heaven
    26. 26. Filipino Moslem Figurative Art • Burraq or Borak • Horse with a woman’s face brings Muhammad to heaven • Name of important person
    27. 27. Studies show arts/culture educated students:
    28. 28. Studies show arts/culture educated students:• Four times more likely to have higher math and science scores
    29. 29. Studies show arts/culture educated students:• Four times more likely to have higher math and science scores• Four times more literate and curious
    30. 30. Studies show arts/culture educated students:• Four times more likely to have higher math and science scores• Four times more literate and curious• Four times more involved in student affairs
    31. 31. Studies show arts/culture educated students:• Four times more likely to have higher math and science scores• Four times more literate and curious• Four times more involved in student affairs• Three times more engaged in volunteer work
    32. 32. Studies turn toScientific Evidence
    33. 33. Dana Foundation Research
    34. 34. Dana Foundation Research • Founded in 1950 in the United States
    35. 35. Dana Foundation Research • Founded in 1950 in the United States • Provided over $240 million dollars in grants
    36. 36. Dana Foundation Research • Founded in 1950 in the United States • Provided over $240 million dollars in grants • Studies the brain, immunology
    37. 37. Dana Foundation Research • Founded in 1950 in the United States • Provided over $240 million dollars in grants • Studies the brain, immunology • Most recently, Brain activity and arts education
    38. 38. Dana Foundation credentials
    39. 39. Dana Foundation credentials• Dana Alliance For Brain Initiatives has 450 eminent neuroscientists and 15 Nobel Prize laureate
    40. 40. Dana Research Studies
    41. 41. Dana Research Studies• Studies include Brain disorders, diseases, autism, aging and the brain,
    42. 42. Dana Research Studies• Studies include Brain disorders, diseases, autism, aging and the brain,• Immunology studies include multiple sclerosis, cancer studies, and swine flu
    43. 43. Dana research in ArtsEducation and cognition
    44. 44. Dana research in ArtsEducation and cognition • Does love for music make you proficient?
    45. 45. Dana research in ArtsEducation and cognition • Does love for music make you proficient? • Does Dance affect mental agility?
    46. 46. Dana research in ArtsEducation and cognition • Does love for music make you proficient? • Does Dance affect mental agility? • Does being an artist make you learn?
    47. 47. Dana research in ArtsEducation and cognition • Does love for music make you proficient? • Does Dance affect mental agility? • Does being an artist make you learn? • Will acting affect memorization?
    48. 48. Dana research in ArtsEducation and cognition • Does love for music make you proficient? • Does Dance affect mental agility? • Does being an artist make you learn? • Will acting affect memorization? • Does reading make you more literate?
    49. 49. MUSIC MAKES YOUSMARTERIN MATH
    50. 50. MUSIC MAKES YOUSMARTERIN MATH
    51. 51. DANCE ENHANCES MENTALCOORDINATION
    52. 52. DANCE ENHANCES MENTALCOORDINATION
    53. 53. VISUAL ARTSACCELERATES LEARNING
    54. 54. VISUAL ARTSACCELERATES LEARNING
    55. 55. ACTINGINCREASES MEMORY CAPACITY
    56. 56. ACTINGINCREASES MEMORY CAPACITY
    57. 57. YES, READING INCREASESCOMPREHENSION AND LITERACY SCORES
    58. 58. YES, READING DOES INCREASECOMPREHENSION AND LITERACY SCORES
    59. 59. THE QUALITATIVEDIMENSION TO ARTS EDUCATION
    60. 60. A Child Who Reads
    61. 61. A Child Who Reads• develops a deeper empathy to the world around him/her.
    62. 62. A child who paints
    63. 63. A child who paints• will notice the ugliness around and mean to change it.
    64. 64. A child who acts
    65. 65. A child who acts• develops the confidence to be a leader
    66. 66. A child who dances
    67. 67. A child who dances• learns grace and the endurance of one’s strength
    68. 68. A child who writes
    69. 69. A child who writes • can inspire and change the world
    70. 70. A child who writes
    71. 71. A child who writes • can inspire and change the world
    72. 72. An arts educated child
    73. 73. An arts educated child• will be insightful
    74. 74. An arts educated child• will be insightful• inquisitive
    75. 75. An arts educated child• will be insightful• inquisitive• well rounded
    76. 76. An arts educated child• will be insightful• inquisitive• well rounded• passionate
    77. 77. An arts educated child• will be insightful• inquisitive• well rounded• passionate• and a model citizen
    78. 78. Telling StoryMaking history interesting
    79. 79. Spoliarium by Juan Luna
    80. 80. Giving Life to a painting Teaching Tools
    81. 81. • Research the subject
    82. 82. • Research the subject• Interpret the material to fit you
    83. 83. • Research the subject• Interpret the material to fit you• Develop an outline that stages a story
    84. 84. • Research the subject• Interpret the material to fit you• Develop an outline that stages a story• A story that has a musical flow and crescendo
    85. 85. Be a Thespian
    86. 86. Be a Thespian• Enthusiasm is infectious
    87. 87. Be a Thespian• Enthusiasm is infectious• Animation is the video substitute
    88. 88. Be a Thespian• Enthusiasm is infectious• Animation is the video substitute• Pauses adds drama
    89. 89. Be a Thespian• Enthusiasm is infectious• Animation is the video substitute• Pauses adds drama• modulate the voice
    90. 90. Be a Thespian• Enthusiasm is infectious• Animation is the video substitute• Pauses adds drama• modulate the voice• Build to a deus ex machina, the crescendo
    91. 91. Be a Thespian• Enthusiasm is infectious• Animation is the video substitute• Pauses adds drama• modulate the voice• Build to a deus ex machina, the crescendo
    92. 92. Generalissimo Francisco Franco President Elpidio Quirino
    93. 93. Principles of Aesthetics
    94. 94. Principles of Aesthetics• Color
    95. 95. Principles of Aesthetics• Color• Lines
    96. 96. Principles of Aesthetics• Color• Lines• Form/shapes
    97. 97. Principles of Aesthetics• Color• Lines• Form/shapes• Texture
    98. 98. Principles of Aesthetics• Color• Lines• Form/shapes• Texture• Composition
    99. 99. Principles of Aesthetics• Color• Lines• Form/shapes• Texture• Composition• Artistic intention
    100. 100. COLOR
    101. 101. LINES
    102. 102. FORM/SHAPES
    103. 103. TEXTURE
    104. 104. COMPOSITION
    105. 105. ARTISTIC INTENTION
    106. 106. TEST YOUR AESTHETICS • Look for something that fulfills aesthetics • Discuss and agree on the best • Review/critique
    107. 107. The End
    108. 108. http://www.learner.org/index.html
    109. 109. LEARNING, ARTS, AND THE BRAINThe Dana Consortium Report on Arts and Cognition
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