The "HACK"ed Art Classroom by Matt Laurance

Digital citizenship includes communicating responsibly.

"H" Highly Structured Lesson

  • Low Rigor
  • Replacement Acitivity
  • Teacher Directed
  • Multiple Exposures
  • Build Capacity
  • Build Management and Proceedures
Caravaggio is an excellent example of chiaroscuro value technique.

In the "H" lesson plan, a Kahoot! quiz replaces a review discussion. Please find the replacement activity referred to in "Assessments," and described in the "Closure" section of the following "H" Lesson Plan:

"A" Allowed Choices Lesson

Emaze is one of several platforms students can use to develop a digital portfolio of their artworks.

"C" Consistent Application

In the "C" art classroom, high expectations meet high student engagement.
In the following example of a "K" project, students interview a parent of guardian, asking for stories about an ancestor.

"C" and "K" Presentations

"C" Consistent Application and "K" Knowledge based components in Mr. Laurance's art classroom are presented.

Credits:

Created with images by US Department of Education - "Duke_Ellington 93" • FirmBee - "office freelancer computer" • bradbrundage - "DSC_2256" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "NASA Visualization Explorer Now Available For All iOS Devices" • US Department of Education - "05152014- RFK School Student Art Exhibit opening" • jessaharris - "Mary Saleta or Salethia Burger" • US Department of Education - "Duke Ellington DNG 360"

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