A one week intensive course presenting basic and advanced methodology for choice based art educators.
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Flier designed by TAB Institute Director Diane Jaquith.
|Rhizomatic approaches to curriculum address children's unique biological capacities for learning.|
|Classroom setting designed to support children's time-sensitive expression of ideas.|
|Children engage in nomadic educational experience in learning environments dedicated to creative self-expression and student interests.|
|Rhizomatic curriculum diagram for regular K-12 classroom groups.|
|High school Teaching for Artistic Behavior is just like elementary Teaching for Artistic Behavior except the kids are bigger and have more executive functioning skills. In my situation, they all have their own computers and the Internet so that is a very big deal when it comes to researching or communicating essential content.|
Students meet at the beginning of the class period in a specially designed centers-based learning environment, typical of TAB art rooms. Attendance is taken and class announcements can be made at this time. Students may also begin independent work from this starting point.
|Teachers may also deliver essential curriculum content at this time, for example a presentation of Renaissance perspective utilized by Masaccio and Masolino at the Brancacci Chapel.|
|Teachers may also present large-group demonstrations during this time.|
|After the large group lesson, students acquire materials and settle into creative learning activities.|
|"Look, Think, Create," is a concept sign inspired by "Room 13 International" website. I adapted it for TAB.|