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  1. 1. How Data Collection is used in Art to improve Visual-Spatial Skill Instruction Inquiry / Research Question & Bulletin Board By Melissa Rhinehart
  2. 2. Creating the Data Wall…
  3. 3. Grades: K,1,2,3 & 5
  4. 4. The Headings for each Grade Level K-5 (with the exception of 4th grade- they did not do thisproject yet, but can be done for the research if necessary) Showing the Data (pre-test) Collectionworksheet on the left and the Post-Test Drawing Sample -purposely chosen above grade level to challenge all students to have the opportunity to demonstrate growth. 5th grade:
  5. 5. 5th grade
  6. 6. Note: These are not matched Student A pre-test to Student A Post test. It is a random sampledemonstrating a bell curve of some of the lowest beginner level drawings next to the top percent of highest level drawings within that grade level. This is to demonstrate the range of abilities within the grade level. This was also done to protect the privacy for the students on public display. Direct student pre & post (student A-Student A) comparisons of individual work is featured later to see increase / improvement / rise in drawing level for individual students. The following 3 pictures are at the 5th grade level.Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 5th grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  7. 7. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 5th grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  8. 8. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 5th grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  9. 9. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 5th grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  10. 10. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 5th grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  11. 11. 3rd grade
  12. 12. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 3rd grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  13. 13. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 3rd grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  14. 14. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 3rd grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  15. 15. 3rd grade Standard and related slide from PowerPoint
  16. 16. 2nd grade
  17. 17. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 2nd grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  18. 18. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 2nd grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  19. 19. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 2nd grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  20. 20. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 1st grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  21. 21. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 1st grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  22. 22. 1st grade Post- Test Person Drawing & Differentiated Standards
  23. 23. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 1st grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  24. 24. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left 1st grade Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  25. 25. Kindergarten
  26. 26. Kindergarten
  27. 27. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left Kindergarten Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  28. 28. Kindergarten
  29. 29. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left Kindergarten Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  30. 30. Pre-Test Person Drawing on left Kindergarten Post- Test Person Drawing on right
  31. 31. Other Visual-Spatial Bulletin Board Information & slides from Intro to Drawing PowerPoint…
  32. 32. Detail of “Synthesis” poster slide from Intro to Drawing PowerPointdemonstrating high order thinking and cross-curricular connections on next slide…
  33. 33. Synthesis:Don’t forget, art is a PROCESS! like writing a Language Arts paper... 1. Brainstorm (for idea to write about or draw) 2. Draft (with words for LA paper; with lines for drawing) 3. Edit, Revise, Erase, Redraw (if Art) Rewrite (if LA paper) 4. Repeat (the process & practice as many times as necessary!) 5. Final Product (Not a 1-shot deal; Don’t expect to get it perfect the 1st time!!)
  34. 34. Text Reference / Resource, Analyzing Text & Student Responses:
  35. 35. Real life applications & connections of visual-spatial skills:

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