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A ED 322 Course Calendar Fall 2017

Aug. 22: Project 1 CONCEPTS in Art Education

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

To do for 8/29: 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.
Bring your laptop, tablet, smart phone, or other mobile device to each class.

lino screen shot

Aug. 24: Project 1 examples of mapping tropes, products, ideologies, and practices.
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage seminar room.

Student work

  • Monika Skazedonig: Have you ever thought about the streets name when you were walking through Klagenfurt?
  • Eunjung Choi’s mapping of self, linked here, reveal their revelations regarding privilege, positionality, and difference in the process of mapping a relational self.
  • Hyunji Kwon developed a visual feminist historiography of Kang Duk-kyung’s life, which includes Kang’s symbolic drawings about the atrocities of her experiences as a “Comfort Woman” sex slave. The map is linked here.

To do for 8/29: Begin to gather images, videos, texts, examples of a selected concept on your Lino canvas.

Due 8/29: 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. For example, consider the questions below:

  • 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?
  • How can money (symbolized in a variety of ways by clothes, dwellings, cars, parties, and sponsorships) be both a type of domination power and transformative power?

Aug. 29: Project 1 Position & Power Mapping of Concept.

power

To do for 8/31: Begin to look at 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

MapHub
Getting started with MapHub

Find two texts about your selected concept that you want to data mine for similarities and differences. You should consider texts that are relevant or related to the concept you are researching for this class. For your mining of text, make sure you are able to access PDF versions online, or html versions (i.e., a website). Have the pdf or html texts on your laptop for 8/31 class.

Aug. 31: Data Visualization. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

OMG Particles, Geodesic Rainbox, Data-driven Documents, Circles, Many Eyes, Voyeur, Voyant Tools Documentation, Regender. Patterns with division

Explore the data visualization tools. In-class data mine two text to discover patterns for comparative analysis. Look for patterns and share what you discovered in class.

To do for 9/5: Post on your blog (1) a URL that goes to your concept map/visualization or image, and (2) a description of your map of power and influence of your selected concept.

 

Sept. 5: Project 1 due--blog posting about the power and influence of your concept with a URL to your map (or image of your map embedded) and a description about your map.

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage seminar room.

Begin in class and complete by 9/7 a post in Canvas to be shared on NAEA k-12 listservs and our networks. Also post at the NAEA Interactive Café.

To do for 9/7:
Prepare to lead the class in different ways to learn about and engage with your concept. You will have 20 minutes to teach.

Sept. 7: Project 1 due--lead the class in different ways to learn about and engage with your concept. You will have 20 minutes to teach your concept.

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage seminar room.

 

Sept. 12: Project 2 E-MERGEnt > Self introduced with visualization.
Collaborative Learning. Participatory Art Pedagogy.

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

To do for 9/14: ReadInformal Youth Cultural Practices: Blurring the Distinction Between High and Low” (2016) by C. Faucher.

To do for 9/19: Select a minimum of one question in the Judy Chicago Dialogue Portal Part 2, "Difference in Studio Art Teaching: Applying Judy Chicago's Pedagogical Principles" 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/

To do for 9/19: Begin to look at human/technology interfaces for your speculative fiction of teaching, due Sept. 19

Sept. 14: Project 2 LOCATING Self as Teacher. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Against the Grain: Video recorded discussion for University of Helsinki students to respond.

Discussion of reading with guest, Professor Christine Faucher, author of Informal Youth Cultural Practices: Blurring the Distinction Between High and Low” (2016)

To do for 9/19: Look at human/technology interfaces for your speculative fiction of teaching, due Sept. 19. Post your E-MERGEnt>Self speculative fiction of teaching in your blog by class on Sept. 19.

To do for 9/19: Select a minimum of one question in the Judy Chicago Dialogue Portal Part 2, "Difference in Studio Art Teaching: Applying Judy Chicago's Pedagogical Principles" 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/

Sept. 19: Project 2. LOCATING Self as Teacher (Animation). Meet in 401 Patterson.

VoiceThread responses to students at the University of Helsinki

Motion & Shape Tweening. (Video on Tweeing).
Manipulate images in PhotoShop and import into Flash.
Importing video & image sequences.

Due on 9/26: Work on animation due 9/26

Sept. 21: Project 3 Intro to WebQuests, 3D Printing. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Guest, Dr. Yen-Ju Lin

To do for 9/26: Post your BLOG ENTRY "LOCATING Self as Teacher" There are 4 components to this blog entry. Click here for details.

Sept. 26: Project 2 due. LOCATING Self as Teacher. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Present animations and blog entries for project 2.


Sept. 28: Project 3 WebQuests, 3D Printing, Brainstorm WebQuest ideas together.
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Mobile 3D Printing. Tom Lauerman.
Notes from Tom's presentation linked here.

Due on 10/3:By classtime on October 3, 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. 3, discuss your ideas with each other and provide suggestions and resources to peer's ideas in the class.

Oct. 3: Project 3 WebQuests. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.
Google hangout with middle school teacher, learn about students, context, goals.

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

 


Oct. 5: Project 3 WebQuests. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

WebQuest Teacher Section

Use Pennsylvania Standards for the WebQuest teacher section:
http://www.pdesas.org/standard/views#113|797|0|0

and/or new National Core Art Standards
http://nationalartsstandards.org/

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

Oct. 10: Project 3 WebQuests.

Teaching art or teaching to think like an artist? | Cindy Foley | TEDxColumbus

To do for 10/12: WebQuest Draft 1. Put the URL to your WebQuest on Lino for Art Teacher's (Dr. Jennifer Motter) by end of class on 10/12.

October 12: Project 3 WebQuest.

WebQuest Draft 1 due 10/12. Put the URL to your WebQuest on Lino for Art Teacher's (Dr. Jennifer Motter). Reply to another's blog with a peer critique of another's WebQuest by 10/17.

Oct. 17: Project 3 WebQuest. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

WebQuest Art Teacher's Critique (Dr. Jennifer Motter) with a google hangout call from 6:00-7:00 pm.

Oct. 19: Project 3 WebQuest. You can meet in 207 Arts Cottage, 401 Patterson, or wherever you can best work on your WebQuest with your collaborator, or on your own.

To do for 10/27: Final WebQuest due to middle school teacher on 10/26.

Oct. 24: Project 3 WebQuest. Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

WTF? Share, Feedback, Questions

Due on 10/26:
Final WebQuest due to middle school teacher.

 

Oct. 26: Project 4: Intro ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place (360 degree camera project). Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Copyright Fair Use
Video recording tips

360 degree website.

To do for 10/31: On the Lino Canvas, post a selfie surrounded by symbols, artifacts, objects, fashion, and a place that says something about you. Your selfie begins intercultural place explorations with students at the University of Helsinki.

Oct. 31: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place
Meet in W140 Pattee Library (Knowledge/Media Commons
) 360 camera workshop

To do for 11/14: Collaborate on the 360 degree project.

Nov. 2: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Bring your cameras, tripod, and an object--something you want to bring to the table to share and for discussion. 

To do for 11/14: Collaborate on the 360 degree project.

Nov. 7: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place
Meet in W140 Pattee Library (Knowledge/Media Commons) 360 editing workshop

To do for 11/14: Collaborate on the 360 degree project.

Nov. 9: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

For 11/16: WebQuest grade feedback drafts.

Nov. 14: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place
Meet in 109 ASI (Agricultural Science and Industries) Building
360 editing

 


Nov. 16: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place
Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

Project 3: WebQuest Middle School Art Teacher, Dr. Jennifer Motter, google hangout 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 11/28: Final WebQuest grades/feedback due to Dr. Motter by 11/28.

For 11/28: 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. 7.

THANKSGIVING BREAK

Nov. 28: Project 5 Curate an Exhibition: Gallery Pedagogy Findcards & Project 6 e-portfolio introduced

Meet in 207 Arts Cottage.

By the end of class on 11/30: Put curator statement in your blog, and exhibition announcement poster in the course Box. Post FindCard in your blog.

Nov. 30: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place

Meet in 109 ASI (Agricultural Science and Industries) Building - 360 editing

Critique drafts of peer curator statements and exhibition poster designs, and create Findcards for viewing the online exhibition.

For 11/28: Read Gamification Pedagogy (Han, 2015) article available in Canvas "discussion". Finish 360 video editing, including your story as transition.

Dec. 5: Project 4: ReMIX Exquisite Engendering: In & Out of Place
Meet in 109 ASI (Agricultural Science and Industries)

  • Add to Exquisite Corpse Memories final scene
  • Assemble sections, add transitions
  • Export & set-up exhibition
  • Discuss gamification pedagogy (view blogs)

Dec. 7: Projects 4 & 5: Exhibition Opens. Respond to a minimum of 5 Find Cards on VoiceThread. Meet in 109 ASI (Agricultural Science and Industries) Building

Schedule linked here.

  • Center Pod: Invite to view
  • 6 Computers: Invite to respond to Find Cards
  • Games: Invite to play
  • Food: Invite to eat/drink
  • White Boards/Posters: Invite to draw

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

Dec. 12: Final e-portfolio due. Put link to your e-portfolio in your blog.