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Newlands Teach to Learn

  1. 1. Teach
to
Learn
Project

  2. 2. Project
History

  3. 3. 2007
Project

 • PSU
Freshmen
mentored
fourth
 through
sixth
graders.

 • Fourth
through
sixth
graders
gave
 tours
to
first
through
third
graders.


  4. 4. Workshop
on
with
Fourth,
FiFh
and
Sixth
Graders
at
Childpeace
Montessori
School

  5. 5. FiFh
graders
work
with
a
docent
at
the
Portland
Art
Museum.

  6. 6. Students
pracLce
visual
analysis
in
the
Center
for
Modern
and
Contemporary
Art.

  7. 7. PSU
students
and
elementary
students
work
on
a
tour
outline
in
the
galleries.

  8. 8. Students
pracLce
looking
in
the
NaLve
American
Galleries.

  9. 9. 2008
Project

 PSU
Freshmen
gave
theme‐based
 public
tours
in
the
Center
for
Modern
 and
Contemporary
Art

  10. 10. 2009
Project

 Work
of
Art
193I
 1pm
 9:30am
 mentor
 11am
 session
 mentor
 12pm
 session
 mentor
 session
 9am
 8am
 mentor
 mentor
 session
 session
 10am
 mentor
 Work
of
Art
193J
 session
 11am

  11. 11. Portland
Art
Museum

  12. 12. Example:
Portland
Art
Museum
Student
MulL‐Media
Assignment
 hWp://workofartspring09.blogspot.com/

  13. 13. Portland
Classical
Chinese
Garden

  14. 14. Example:
Portland
Classical
Chinese
Garden
MulL‐Media
Assignment
 hWp://sites.google.com/a/pdx.edu/chinese‐garden‐peonies/

  15. 15. Museum
of
Contemporary
CraF

  16. 16. Example:
Museum
of
Contemporary
CraF
MulL‐Media
Assignment
 hWp://www.flickr.com/photos/ohhgroovy/3476460097/in/pool‐mccfrinq/

  17. 17. Student
Comments

 on
the
Project

  18. 18. Not
only
did
the
Teach
to
Learn
Project
 improve
my
communica7ve
and
cri7cal
 thinking
skills,
it
also
exposed
me,
and
my
 fellow
students,
to
the
diversity
of
culture
 at
each
museum,
and
it
allowed
for
our
 access
to
future
work
outside
in
the
 community,
rela7ng
to
the
last
goal:
 ethics
and
social
responsibility.

 
 
 
 
Jess
Lewis

  19. 19. Giving
a
tour
meant
that
we
had
to
have
the
 informa7on
down.

We
had
to
have
a
deep
 understanding
of
the
art
in
order
to
be
able
to
present
to
 others.

Within
this
project
we
not
only
had
to
 communicate
informa7on
to
the
people
we
were
giving
 the
tours
to,
but
we
also
had
to
communicate
with
each
 other
as
tour
guides
in
order
to
make
a
cohesive
and
 seamless
tour
through
the
three
different
exhibits
within
 the
museum.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
Nicole
McCormick

  20. 20. I
actually
quite
enjoyed
giving/receiving
tours
of
the
local
 art
ins7tu7ons.
I
felt
like
I
learned
a
lot
more
when
I
heard
 informa7on
shared
and
filtered
through
the
minds
and
 mouths
of
people
around
my
age.
Sure,
some7mes
it
is
 wonderful
to
use
and
hear
colorful
and
higher
level
 speaking,
but
it’s
hard
to
beat
straight
to
the
point
 language
which
everyone
can
digest
and
understand.
It
may
 also
be
that
we
got
to
express
and
share
art
in
our
 language,
rather
than
the
language
of
someone
well‐versed
 and
educated
in
the
realm
of
art.
If
you
do
have
a
love
of
art
 the
passion
shows
through
your
language
and
oMen
7mes
it
 can
lose
those
who
don’t
share
your
flame.
In
this
project
 we
had
a
mix
of
all
levels
of
the
art‐loving
(or
not)
spectrum
 which
made
for
a
very
interes7ng
experience.

 
 
 
 
 
Nathaneal
Kelley

  21. 21. Portland
Art
Museum

 Kress
FoundaLon
InterpreLve
Fellow
 The
Kress
FoundaLon
has
funded
a
nine‐month
 InterpreLve
Fellow
who
will
take
on
several
projects
 within
the
Portland
Art
Museum’s
EducaLon
 Department.


 One
of
the
tasks
of
the
fellow
is
to
work
closely
with
 Freshman
Inquiry
faculty
to
deepen
the
relaLonship
 between
PSU
and
the
Museum.




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