History of special Education:
Prior to 1900 > Protection mentality
1900-1905 > School exclusion
1954- 1975 > civil rights era
1975- present > Progressive inclusion
Access to education
Access to community
Access to employment
Childrens art has been studied as a means to look into their young minds and
hearts, to learn what they are interested in, what they know, and how they think.
Very young children, even before age 2, enjoy process of making marks by
whatever means are av
Ch. 7 Notes
As children get older they want to develop their painting
A student is given a paintbrush and paint at the age of 5, but another
student given the same items could transform almost the same lesson to
a lesson that fits that age
For smaller chi
Chapter 20: Evaluation and Assessment Notes
- Even though it is the last thing you may do, but it must be one of the
first things you are going to decide on.
- If you dont know what, who or how you are going to assess and
evaluate, then your lesson will f
Exam 1 Material
What needs to be taken into consideration about the classroom:
1. Who will learn?
2. What is the content?
3. What society are you teaching in?
The nature of visual art started out of function-food
There needs to be an assessment in the lesson plan
Example: Objective to teach students more about color and get them to
Evaluation: How do you see that the students have learned? Etc.
Develops hand-eye coordination
They need to have large markers, crayons, pencils, pens, paper, etc.
At first grade, children are able to move into using charcoal and chalk
after their experience from ki
Chapter 10 Notes:
- Leonardo Da Vinci used oils which is why his art did not last forever
- Paper was technology when you could only paint on plaster walls or
canvas that had been dry
- When you were able to paint on paper and then throw it away if you
Rhetoric(politicians) freedom, justice to persuade public. Empty words with no truth behind them.
Not sincere speech.
Rich are rich because work hard and deserve it.
Tax creating, inheritance, stock market, speculations, financ
Ch. 18 Curriculum Notes
Comprehensive Curriculum is made by someone else
- It revolves around the values of the community
A technology school would define the curriculum
A talented gifted and talented school would define the curriculum
- There are diffe
Different Art Galleries Notes
Baton Rouge Gallery
Anne Connelly on Perkins Southdown Shopping Center
Shaw Center (at most two exhibits from one place)
Art Market, first Saturday of each month, by the Farmers Market
Art for Arts Sake
Should teachers expect and
demand Standard English from
How essential to the learning
process is it for students to speak
If a student is able to
communicate well enough in his