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A ED 322 Course Calendar Fall 2018

Aug. 21: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
CONCEPTS for Multimodal Gallery Conversations

How does digital form impact beliefs about the nature of knowledge, learning, culture, visuality, self, and art?

To do for 8/28: Set up your blog for course. Add your name & blog URL at Lino. Add 3 concepts to the 322 Lino canvas and create your own canvas.

Due 8/28: Blog entry: To identify the types of power that impact your life, make a list of what you perceive to be powerful influences on your life. As you read about the types of power discussed in chapter 6 of Engaging Visual Culture, review your list and note the ways in which different types of power influence your daily activities. Respond to the questions below in your first blog entry:

  • What images move you emotionally? When an image affects your emotional state, does the image hold power over you in some way?
  • Is it the image itself or its context that gives the image its power?
  • Discuss your 3 selected concepts in terms of power and for whom.

Bring your laptop, tablet, smart phone, or other mobile device to each class.

Aug. 23: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
CONCEPTS for Multimodal Gallery Conversatio

Meet in Immersive Experience Lab,
109 ASI (Agricultural Science and Industries) Building

lino screen shot

Aug. 28: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
CONCEPTS for Multimodal Gallery Conversation

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

power

To do for 8/30: Review a minimum of 3 videos on Participatory Art Pedagogy. Then select a minimum of one question and add a thoughtful response in the dialogue portal in a way that situates your concept in art education discourse. Login to join the conversation at http://judychicago.arted.psu.edu/dialogue/join-the-dialogue/

Aug. 30: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
CONCEPTS for Multimodal Gallery Conversatio

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

participatory art pedagogy

Sept. 4: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

To do for 9/13: Work on a curricular encounter with a specific artwork or several or all the atworks in the Overlap: Life Tapestries exhibition. Post draft by 9/13 as a pdf linked in your blog to include: title, main concept, process, and materials needed. Note if for a particular age group or number of people.

Sept. 6: Project 2, part 1. E-MERGEnt > Self introduced with visualization.

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage and then at 7PM we will go to 401 Patterson.

Project 2, part 2: LOCATING Self as Teacher (Animation).

To do for 9/18: Look at human/technology interfaces for your speculative fiction of teaching. Post your E-MERGEnt>Self speculative fiction of teaching in your blog by class on Sept. 18. Work on animation due 9/18.

Sept. 11: Project 2 E-MERGEnt > Self
Meet in 401 Patterson.

To do for 9/18: Look at human/technology interfaces for your speculative fiction of teaching. Post your E-MERGEnt>Self speculative fiction of teaching in your blog by class on Sept. 18. Work on animation due 9/18.

Sept. 13: Project 2 LOCATING Self as Teacher.

NO CLASS MEETING.
Work on your animation in 401 Patterson or Media Commons or elsewhere.

To do for 9/18: Work on animation due 9/18 along with your speculative fiction.

Sept. 18: Project 2. LOCATING Self as Teacher (Animation).
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Present animations and blog entries for project 2.

Due 9/18: Post your BLOG ENTRY "LOCATING Self as Teacher" There are 4 components to this blog entry. Click here for details.

Sept. 20: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
Meet in HUB-Robinson Gallery

Overlap: Life Tapestries
Full Circle 360-degree video recording

Opening reception. Martha Wilson performance. 7-8 pm panel.

Sept. 25 :Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
Meet in HUB-Robinson Gallery

Overlap: Life Tapestries
Full Circle 360-degree video recording

To do for 9/27: Read Gamification Pedagogy (Han, 2015) article available in Canvas "discussion".

Sept. 27: Project 3 Intro to WebQuests, 3D Printing.
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Guest, Dr. Yen-Ju Lin
on feminist art made with 3D printers

WebQuests, 3D Printing, Brainstorm WebQuest ideas together.
Mobile 3D Printing. Tom Lauerman 3D printed art.
Notes from Lauerman's presentation linked here.

Due on 10/2: By classtime on October 2, post on your blog an idea for your WebQuest including ideas for the introduction, task, and process, and explain how this idea fits your teaching philosophy and criteria of a WebQuest. In class on Oct. 2, discuss your ideas with each other and provide suggestions and resources to peer's ideas in the class.

Oct. 2: Project 3 WebQuests.
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

6-7PM video call with middle school teacher, Dr. Jennifer Motter, and learn about her course, teaching students, context, goals.

Famiiarize yourself with the possibilities of Google classroom, which is used by the middle school class.

Oct. 4: Project 3 WebQuests.
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Meet with team in class to develop concept and plan for each's contribution.

To do for 10/9: WebQuest Draft 1. Put the URL to your WebQuest on Lino by end of class on 10/9.

Oct. 9: Project 3 WebQuests.

Teaching art or teaching to think like an artist? | Cindy Foley | TEDxColumbus (14:39 min.)

WebQuest Teacher Section

Use Pennsylvania Standards for the WebQuest teacher section:
http://www.pdesas.org/standard/views#113|797|0|0 and PA Core Standards - Standards Aligned System (SAS)--both required of teachers at Dr. Motter's middle school

optional: new National Core Art Standards
http://nationalartsstandards.org/

Due 10/9: WebQuest Draft 1. Put the URL to your WebQuest on Lino by end of class on 10/9.

October 11: Project 3 WebQuest.

Peer critique of another's WebQuest in class.

Revise/develop Curriculum Differentiation and teacher section with links and suggestions for Adaptive & Assistive Technologies to meet the needs of diverse learners (e.g., Tactile Diagrams, 2:25 min.,robotics activist Henry Evans visits deYoung Museum in SF, 5:56 min.), Ableist Encounter


Dr. Motter will review during the weekend for feedback on Oct. 16.

Oct. 16: Conclude Project 3 WebQuest.
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

6:00-7:00 pm: WebQuest Art Teacher's Critique (Dr. Jennifer Motter) via video call.

Begin Project 4 Data Visualization

For Oct. 18 discussion: Explore data visualization tools.

Explore Top 20 Data Visualization Tools, and Infographics. Eduardo Navas on REMIX THEORY, Cultural Analytics, Aesthetics of Sampling. Linked here is Navas's Tutorial on Basic Data Analysis of Texts

OMG Particles, Geodesic Rainbox, Data-driven Documents, Circles, Voyeur,Regender. Patterns with division

MapHub. Getting started with MapHub

Oct. 18: Project 4 Data Visualization
Meet at Woskob Family Gallery (146 South Allen St.).

Joelle Dietrick and Owen Munchy present The Speed of Thinking, a digital print and video installation that visualizes data from Dietrick's research on Seaports around the world. Opening reception 6-7pm then Panera's 6-8pm for discussion on data visualization as art.

To do for 10/30:Post on your blog data visualization that relates to something from the Overlap: Full Circle video of encounters.

Oct. 23: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle (360-degree video)

Meet in Immersive Experience Lab, 109 ASI

view footage, concept development & plan editing & data visualization

Oct. 25: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle (360-degree video)

Meet in Immersive Experience Lab, 109 ASI

edit 360-degree video assisted by Dan Getz

Oct. 30: Project 4 Data Visualization
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Due:
Post on your blog data visualization that relates to something from the Overlap: Full Circle video of encounters.

Nov. 1: Project 5: Curate an Exhibition:
Gallery Pedagogy Findcards

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

For 11/15: Draft a curator statement to include with your curated exhibition (post in your blog), and include the statement in an exhibition announcement you design. We will print & post exhibition announcements, prior to the exhibition opening on Dec. 5

Nov. 6: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle

Meet in Immersive Experience Lab, 109 ASI

view edited work, critique, plan transitions, add 2D elements (data visualization)

Nov. 8: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle (360-degree video)

Meet in Immersive Experience Lab, 109 ASI

 

Nov. 13: Project 4 Data Visualization Webcast, 7-8PM
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Recording of "Data Visualization: Creating Dialogue" is at https://tinyurl.com/NAEAwebcastDV

Nov. 15: Project 5: Curate an Exhibition: Gallery Pedagogy Findcards

SNOW DAY NO CLASS

By the end of class on 11/15: Put curator statement in your blog, and exhibition announcement poste rlinked to your blog as a pdf or send to me via Canvas email. Post FindCard in your blog.

THANKSGIVING BREAK

Nov. 27: Project 5: Curate an Exhibition: Gallery Pedagogy Findcards

Meet in Immersive Experience Lab, 109 ASI

Critique 360-degree videos, artist statements, exhibition posters, and Findcards.

Assemble playlist, add transitions

Nov. 29: Project 6: e-portfolio introduced
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Project 3: WebQuest Middle School Art Teacher, Dr. Jennifer Motter, video call from 6:00-7:00 pm. to discuss teacher and student experience of your WebQuests and assessments of Middle School student WebQuest work.

For 11/29: Draft of WebQuest grades/feedback. Final due to Dr. Motter by 12/4.

Project 6: Documentation, Reflection, Technologies presentation about your selected concept (December 6). By the end of the semester you should have used a minimum of 10 different technologies to engage in the concept with 5 that you were unfamiliar with its potentials. Document in your blog the 10 technologies used, why you selected them, what you believe are their potential, and what you found challenging. Present one technology in class in teaching about your selected concept. (due December 6)

Dec. 4: Project 1 Overlap: Full Circle
Meet in Immersive Experience Lab, 109 ASI

  • Export & set-up exhibition

Dec. 6: Project 6: e-portfolio presentations.
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

For 12/11: Put a link to your e-Portfolio in your blog.

Dec. 11: Final e-portfolio due. Put link to your e-portfolio in your blog.