Teacher
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...teacher. The teacher must lead by examples. For example, a chain smoker or a drug addict teacher cannot advice students to refrain from such bad habits. Conclusion Teaching is a profession which shapes the future of a country by cultivating good habits in students. For that purpose, academic qualifications alone may not be enough for a teacher. Academic qualification is only one thing among so many other things required for being a good teacher. A teacher with immense knowledge and lack of communication abilities will be a liability for the students and the organization. Teaching is an art which requires lot... Running Head: Good teacher The role of academic qualifications in becoming a good teacher...
Art Education
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...teachers improve the learning outcomes for their students (Atkinson, 2002). References Atkinson, D. (2002). Art in education: identity and practice. New York: Springer. Beardall S, T. J. (2003). The state of the science and art of practice guidelines development, dissemination and evaluation in Canada. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice , p195–202. Delacruz E. (1999). Art Education... ? Art Education ART EDUCATION Teaching art, to and apprentices has enhanced the quality of talent displayed in various field of artistry. Art nowadays, has become more of a profession than a natural talent. It is important to note that, art education has been introduced in elementary schools, children under the age...
Art Apprecition IP Week Two
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...Art Appreciation: Ancient Egyptian Art Teacher: January 18, Ancient Egyptian art contributes to current culture. The research delves on the Egyptian art. The research delves on the comparing two art masterpieces. Ancient Egyptian art shows the glory of the religious Egyptian time period. Art Appreciation: Ancient Egyptian Art A. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Ancient Art. The Museum’s Ancient Art division focuses on art works from the Ancient time period. The time period...
Creativity & Art Education Research
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...art teachers were trained. The four functions on which creativity depended were thought to be fluency, flexibility, originality and openness. Freud considered creativity as an unconscious primary process, and the prevailing thinking was that children were more creative when left alone and art should be fun and not related to work. Today art has been defined as work, values and language. So, does the old concept of creativity have no part in art as it is defined today? Art and creativity are inseparable and synonymous. However creativity is not confined to art... Creativity and Art Education Creativity means different things to different people. Most of us think of creativity as a term used to define the...
Visual Arts Education and Child abuse/neglect
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...art teacher is a person who can help an abused child to recover from the traumatic conditions. This help can be provided by paying special attention and helping abused children to express themselves in the various activities of arts. Characteristics of the Special Need Population (Child... Visual Arts Education and Child abuse/neglect A [Pick the Introduction Child abuse is a black stigma on the face of the humanity. It remained part of the human society throughout history. Neglect, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and physical harm are included in the child abuse. Neglect means the constant failure of parents or guardians to provide basic necessities of life like food, clothing, medical facility and...
Art education: creating a studio project for secondary students (hornbill figure)
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...art teacher increases each child’s potential to explore with colors and choice of spatial orientation of materials especially for the hornbill’s case where a number of possibilities on assembling the collage can be imagined with ease and growing interest. Collage dimension furthermore can be made to appear like a chiseled portrait to capture an appreciable degree of similarity with the sculpted firsthand creation.... Art Education: Creating a Studio Project for Secondary (Hornbill Figure) The ‘Hornbill Figure’ based upon original conception of its pioneer Iban creators is widely known to be made through wood sculpting. However, since the cultural art piece over time has apparently required serious...
Art education: creating a studio project for secondary students (hornbill figure)
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...art teacher increases each child’s potential to explore with colors and choice of spatial orientation of materials especially for the hornbill’s case where a number of possibilities on assembling the collage can be imagined with ease and growing interest. Collage dimension furthermore can be made to appear like a chiseled portrait to capture an appreciable degree of similarity with the sculpted firsthand creation.... Art Education: Creating a Studio Project for Secondary (Hornbill Figure) The ‘Hornbill Figure’ based upon original conception of its pioneer Iban creators is widely known to be made through wood sculpting. However, since the cultural art piece over time has apparently required serious...
Teacher Interview
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...TEACHER INTERVIEW Topic: Teacher Interview Lecturer: Presentation: The teacher in this case engages in instructional leadership through actions that promote interaction between the students and teachers to stimulate growth of student learning. He is a head teacher who is always focused on improving the quality of instruction, which has a significant impact on the accomplishment of educational goals. The teacher has placed himself in a position of a primary learner, which enables him to collaborate effectively with other teachers to set and constantly review the educational objectives. Apart from setting goals for the school, he also participates in harmonizing the objectives of various... Running Head:...
Nursery teacher
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...TEACHER by James Webster 18th October The Role of The Teacher Preschool or Nursery are words that are used in referring to 撤art-time, Center-based Programs With a Focus on Education or Socialization of Young Children(Seifert, 2004). The idea of nurseries dates back to the seventeenth century in Europe and the number of full time child care centers in The United Kingdom now exceeds 11,5000. It is widely publicized by psychologists and other specialized fields of child learning that these early years are the most important learning years of a child痴 life. A childs formative invariably shape the rest of a child痴 being. Therefore, it is fair to say that the Nursery teacher has... THE PROFESSIONAL NURSERY...
Contemporary Art vs. Crafts Movement
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...art teachers convey their subject to their students. While the Australian curriculum continues to define a clear difference between arts and crafts, the informed teacher will be aware of the many ways in which these fields have become blurred and be more capable of providing students with encouragement and progression. According to Anna Reyner (2006), art is an open-ended, unstructured activity while crafts are structured and goal-oriented. It is common for art teachers in Australia to feel constrained to the ‘system’ as they are consistently under pressure of external student... Contemporary Art vs. Crafts Movement There has been a great deal of debate in recent years regarding the concept of art as ...
Teacher Profile Assignment
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...Art Representation and its Impacts on Interviewer: Good afternoon sir? Teacher: Good afternoon to you Interviewer: How have you been in the English teaching career? Teacher: To be sincere, I have actively lectured English for only five years, and in the other years, even though I have been teaching poetry and drama, I never had an innate passion for it. Interviewer: And what geared you towards active teaching of drama and poetry? Teacher: That is a technical question, but I can contemptuously say that the students I taught inspired me. They were more than willing to study poetic drama. Secondly, arts...
Perfection of Pablo Picasso's Art Work
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...art, which was part and parcel of him at birth. Pablo spent ten years of his early life at Malaga, the place of his birth. His father was not a wealthy man. The father worked as a keeper at the town museum. Pablo’s father also worked as an art teacher at Escuela de San Telmo. The father accepted a well paid job, which he got. Pablo’s father and his family moved to the capital of La Coruna in the province of Atlantic coast. Pablo and his father resided in this capital for the next four years (Hamilton 71-78). Pablo’s father encouraged the son’s talents later in Pablo’s life. The father was concerned with his progress in academies... Pablo Picasso This research paper seeks to analyze the various themes...
Prostitution in Dutch Flemish Art
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...art and culture. He was born in Amersfoot, Netherlands and his familiarization with art goes back in time when his ancestors presented the artistic world with a few marvelous paintings and other forms of art and with his own father as an art teacher. He promoted to the genre of impressionism and naturalism by embellishing scenes of landscape and other natural sights. His work did not portray prostitutes within the frame but he was sure influenced by many painters such as Braque and Pablo Picasso, a Spanish painter who highly appreciated prostitution as an inspiration for his work. Mondrian specialized in...
THE PROFESSIONAL NURSERY TEACHER
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...TEACHER by James Webster 18th October The Role of The Teacher Preschool or Nursery are words that are used in referring to ?art-time, Center-based Programs With a Focus on Education or Socialization of Young Children(Seifert, 2004). The idea of nurseries dates back to the seventeenth century in Europe and the number of full time child care centers in The United Kingdom now exceeds 11,5000. It is widely publicized by psychologists and other specialized fields of child learning that these early years are the most important learning years of a child? life. A childs formative invariably shape the rest of a child? being. Therefore, it is fair to say that the Nursery teacher has... ? THE PROFESSIONAL NURSERY...
Portrait of a Teacher
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...Teacher As a future educator, one of the most influential aspects of my pedagogy will be to reach my students academically, as well as socially/behaviorally. In far too many classroom settings, students are not experiencing the academic and developmental growth that is needed in order to mature as students. Throughout my personal educational endeavors, I have experienced both ends of the teaching spectrum, and have observed the salient differences which separate strong teachers from their weaker counterparts. From my experiences, noteworthy teaching is an art form; however, this art form must possess certain qualities and pedagogical strategies in order... ?Anthony Education 5 September Portrait of a...
Art in Iraqi secondary schools
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...Art in Iraqi Secondary Schools Art in Iraqi Secondary Schools [Institute’s Art in Iraqi Secondary Schools For the growth and development of children, along with all other subjects, subjects of arts are very important to teach. Not only subject of Arts is important but also teaching all other subjects through arts and interdisciplinary ways is very important if teachers want their children to understand the concepts deeply. Many parts of world accept this fact that arts is essential for the mental development of their children, therefore, they have designed their secondary education curriculum in such a way that children learn arts at school. Along with learning arts, they also use arts... ?Running Head:...
NBS Teacher Training
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...teacher. We already know that the quality of teaching is very important but almost, if not as important to this is the presence and high quality of other factors which determine a student's educational experience e.g. state of the art computing work stations, round the clock library with up to date books and academic journals. Presence of these factors greatly influence... New Value Curve: The best way to analyze 'new' value curves of the new NBS is to answer the four basic questions: reduce, eliminate, raise and create. The major elements that NBS has to ascertain are present at their utmost quality and quantities are the requirements of students vis--vis their studies barring the competence of the tea...
Teacher Leadership - Deciion Making
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...teachers as leaders are in a position to influence students’ outlook towards diversity and encourage positive relationship building amongst students coming from diverse background. School culture that thrives on excellence is intrinsically linked to shared decision making process and collective goals as defined by educational leaders. Various processes and events like celebrations, acknowledgement, sharing of stories of high achievement, ceremonies to award students etc. serve to inspire students for higher academic achievement. (words: 270) Reference Hasham, Elham S. (2010). ‘The Art of Decision Making’ in Institutions of Higher Education, Advance in...
The Role of Academic Qualifications in Becoming a Good Teacher
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...teacher. Academic qualification is only one thing among so many other things required for being a good teacher. A teacher with immense knowledge and lack of communication abilities will be a liability for the students and the organization. Teaching is an art which requires lot of skill sets such as interpersonal, pedagogical organizational and cooperation skills with others and the environment. The teacher should have mastery over subject matter (content) & methodology. The teacher’s expertise will be useful to the students only when he/she able to transfer those expertise to students... Running Head: Good teacher The role of academic qualifications in becoming a good teacher Teaching is one of the most ...
Art integration
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...art is integrated in our curriculum, it makes both the teacher and the student to have a lot of interest in what they are doing. In the case of student, they will really enjoy the learning through art while the teacher will find their work quite interesting. According to the video, boring subjects such as arithmetic can be made interesting and enjoyable to teach and learn. The video shows children ‘’….having a lot of fun doing counting arithmetic.’’ This explains the significant of art in enhancing cognitive development in children.... How have the Arts been represented in Schools? The most recent research that has been carried out in six regions ly Boston, Dallas, Chicago,...
Donald Lipski
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...art work is inspired from the work and feelings of Don Reitz, Richard DeVore, and Michael Hall. His art work and sculpting started from his school age when he was awarded The Scholastic Art Award for his welded sculptures. He also taught in a university for a few years as an art teacher and then moved to New York. The reason he gained fame very rapidly and got... Donald Lipski Donald Lipski is an American origin who got birth in Chicago in 1947 grew to be one of the leading and famous sculptor in America, besides being a sculptor he is also well recognized for his famous installations and grand scale public sculptures which have helped to change the perception and view of many sites. His...
Teacher Contract Negotiations
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...teachers Question Presented Whether teachers hired under substitute contractare entitled to unemployment compensation? Does working over summer classes make a teacher ineligible for the unemployment compensation? How is contract defined? When do teachers become ineligible for unemployment compensation benefit? What are the instances that disqualify a teacher from getting the compensation contract? Brief Answer It depends on the contract and employment status of the substitute teacher. There are conditions that each individual should meet in order to receive unemployment compensation benefit. Each state has different conditions for an individual... ?MEMORANDUM RE: Unemployment compensation for substitute...
Lesson plan #1
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...Art Link include trying to show relationships between visual arts and other related disciplines, selecting and doing evaluation of symbols and ideas and applying knowledge of structures and functions in teaching (Jody 206). For a kindergarten student, it is advisable to draft a lesson plan that is simple to comprehend and use. The primary aim should be to enable them differentiate various desserts used and use adjectives in their descriptions. Colors used should be obvious. Such colors range from the ones which the children are familiar with to those that are complex. In order to make the lesson more interesting, the teacher should use interesting pictorials for demonstration... Insert Insert Grade...
Teacher Leadership and Educational Reforms
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...teachers in art of advanced leadership, so that they can exercise it during practicing their profession (Coombe, 2009). These institutions are providing able teaching staff for world-renowned universities and institutions for number of centuries. Arab communities are turning towards educational activities and developed culture of collective learning in order to build up their viable human capital in educational sector for the future (Al-Taneiji, 2010). Nevertheless, these steps are proving effective in terms of achieving their objectives due to an enlightened macro culture of the Arab communities that is ideally conducive towards intellectual endeavors... ?Teacher Leadership and Educational Reforms...
The Value of Art in Education
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...arts programs, and the perceptions of teachers, students, and public about the value of arts in education. Both theoretical and empirical studies are examined, in order to understand the thinking behind curriculum developments and the changing practices in schools over the last fifty years. Recent Trends in the Role of Arts in Education across the Globe Historically, people needed art to understand their relationship with their surroundings. Arts positively have influenced people’s well-being and life experiences (Vakeva, 2007). The advocacy of the importance of arts in education has evolved over time. In 1970s the advocacy of art education was a movement that brought people working... ? Chapter 2:...
Teacher-Student Physical Distance
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...Teacher Physical Distance: How Does it Influence Learning? While I was growing up and attending school, I experienced different learning environments. There were times that our chairs were arranged in rows and columns, while there are moments that we were made to organize our seats to form a circle. There were situations where all the students face the teacher: sometimes, I was seated near the instructor, sometimes, I am far. There were also instances that we, the students have to face each other while exchanging our ideas with the whole class. I also observed various classroom settings. An art classroom is much more spatial than a normal classroom. The walls... ?Emily So Education 252 07 December...
Autobiography- personal narrative
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...art lessons at after school programs, at church, and at volunteer opportunities. The kids followed up my curriculums more than I expected, and they came up with creative ideas and projects. These ideas and projects surprised me as I never believed that kids could be so creative. That was how I gave one and got a hundred back; and it became a new milestone for my path. By experiencing numbers of trial and error while taking credential program, at time I experienced discouragement and felt that I might fail to be an Art teacher for the worst. However, whatever I become, I believe that I will do something to do with teaching students as long as I keep in touch with my formal students... Autobiography I...
A Reflection of Teacher Observations
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...teachers should monitor the forces that seek to dehumanize and standardize the art of teaching. References Ayers, W. (2010). To teach: The journey of a teacher. New York: Teachers College Press. Oakes, J. & Lipton M. (2013). Teaching to change the world. Boulder, Colo: Paradigm Pubishers. Theodorea R. B. (2013). Student Visibility in the History of Education. Sterling: Stylus Publishing, LLC.... Reflection of Teacher Observations Reflection of Teacher Observations I arrived at my assigned school at 8 am on September 25, aday before I was expected to report. I anticipated a middle school characterized by widespread disorganization because most of the children...
Street art
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...art was considered as the ghost within the urban machine turning out to be self-aware and projecting its repressed dreams and fantasies onto walls and vertical architecture, as though the visible city were the skin or exoskeleton of some uniqueness being experienced like a life form in need of aesthetic communication and public relations. A visually aware street art cohort in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, London and Paris started to visualize the city as the real teacher, providing a daily instruction manual for the practical and visual codes and semiotic systems within which we (the people) live and move and have our being. This...
Arts Education
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...art On the supply table lay a pile of pine cones, paint, glue and other accessories. As the second-graders filed in, they made a beeline for the table, but were redirected to their seats by the art teacher, Miss Burton. She explained that they would be making winter ornaments out of pine cones - “to hang in your house, in your room, maybe on a tree.” She explained the process wherein the students would receive a pine cone and would first paint the pine cone. After painting it, they would be allowed to add glitter, feathers, fuzzy balls and a number of other accessories that she had collected. The teachers view of artistic expression was first evident when a student raised her... The were gathering for...
Museum of Contemporary Art
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...Teacher Without question, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles was operated in a reckless manner that one’s household must not be operated the way the institution was operated. By putting art before finances, the museum nearly killed itself. In the last eight years of operation, it operated on loss for six years where its endowment fund shrunk to about $6 million from $42.7 million in 1999. To get the museum back in the black there are several recommendations that the museum must implement. First, let the state agency finish its audit. In addition to the determination if the present leadership has any criminal liability in...
Greek Art
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...arts (Smith and Plantzos 698). After graduation, they returned to Greece and shared their knowledge with the Greek community. This led to the development of personal and academic bonds between Munich artistry and early Greek painters which in turn gave birth to the Greek Munich School of painting. Nikolaos Gysis was one of the great figures in the 19th century Greek art because he acted as both an artist and a teacher at the Munich academy (Smith and Plantzos 700). The Greek art was characterized by realism, academism, landscape painting, still life, genre painting... Greek Art Art is a way of expressing human creative imaginations and skills in a visual form. Forms of art include painting, sculpture,...
THE MULTI-FACETED ROLE OF THE TEACHER
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...Teacher By:  THE MULTI-FACETED ROLE OF THE TEACHER The article clearly explains the teacher’s multi-faceted roleof the teacher as one of the important factors of inculcating the importance of education on the child’s life. The research focuses on the role of other sectors of society to enhance the UK education sector. The research focuses on the teachers as noble heroes. The teacher’s multi-faceted role is crucial in breaking or making the child during the education process help inside the classroom. SUMMARY. The article states the current state of the teaching profession in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom government goes out of its way to ensure... that current quality of...
Assessment: Student Prompts/Teacher Directions
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...teacher may help those students while walking around the class during the lesson. The learnerss may request for help. Resources: http://www.sedl.org/scimath/pasopartners/ and www.Scilinks.orgfor the technology aspect of the lesson. Lesson Plan Unit 2: Mathematics and Science Grade: 4-7 Time: 70 minutes for 4 days References Brewer, Z. J. (2010, July 6). Math Art: Hands-On Math Activities for Grades 2,3, and 4. New York: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Davis, G. A. & Keller, D. J. (2008, January 7). Exploring Science and Mathematics in a Child’s World. Boston: Pearson. National Research Council & national Committee on Science Education...
Journal Entry: The Jewish Teacher
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...teacher, and am used to experiencing a wide variety of reactions to people in my classes learning the language. Some are extremely excited to learn the ancient language of the Jewish people, while others sometimes see it as a waste of time, and do not feel that this education is applicable to their lives. There was one student in particular who felt that there was absolutely no reason to learn Hebrew, calling it a “dead language... ? There have been many times when I have been an important influence in a life, and narrowing it down to one can be somewhat difficult. There is, however, one particular occasion I remember very distinctly when I had a significant impact on a student’s life. I am a Hebrew...
What is Art?
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...teacher and students and students among themselves, gave me further insights. As I learned together with others, I came to understand the diversity of our perceptions, of our skills and the individual ability to construct meanings. So art may be different but it can also be universal. It is like the concept truth, in a way. I also discovered some of my personal biases and preferences and how they affect my understanding and interpretation of artworks. Having recognized this, I can say that I am now in a better position to appreciate art and identify what it is. One important principle that I learned was that in art, there...
Picassos Work
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...art teacher and a mother who was an artist. His parents were the late Mr. Jose Ruiz and Mrs. Maria Picasso Luiz. At age fourteen, right before his family moved to Barcelona, his painting style and technique had vastly improved since he matured in his art (Swanson 23). This happened when his passion and his skill for art became explored more often at a tender age. This inevitably affected his class work when he attended school and so he dropped out to pursue his passion- art. In having such notable skills at such a tender age, Picasso decided to drop out of school and follow a career in art and painting. In having... Picasso’s work Pablo Picasso became born of a father who was a painter and an art...
Initial Memories in Art School
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...Art School When I was in Korea, I vaguely remember any prominent recount of attending an art One thing I remember was a field trip to a park. My teacher and classmates rode a school bus to a park called “Olympic”. It was my personal contention that I was not any good at drawing, so I did not like the class much. However, I remunerated that I had so much fun in the field trip because we were given the privilege to choose any objects or background that we want to draw. I drew my friend’s face and formed a mosaic from cut papers pasted on the picture. Although my drawing was not good, my teacher was really impressed about my art creation. The encouragement and praise that I received... ?Initial Memories in...
An investigation into how enterprise and entrepreneurship can be embedded into art & design curriculum in Saudi Arabian universi
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...Art Teacher Preparation in Saudi Arabia. (Doctoral Dissertation, Ohio... ?Running Head: An investigation into An investigation into how enterprise and entrepreneurship can be embedded into art and design curriculum in Saudi Arabian universities based on the UK experience. Student Name University Name Subject Name Instructor Name Date of Submission An investigation into how enterprise and entrepreneurship can be embedded into art and design curriculum in Saudi Arabian universities based on the UK experience. Introduction In order to look into the enterprise and entrepreneurship in the context of design education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), several issues of art and design as a multifaceted...
Journal Entry: The Jewish Teacher
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...teacher, and am used to experiencing a wide variety of reactions to people in my classes learning the language. Some are extremely excited to learn the ancient language of the Jewish people, while others sometimes see it as a waste of time, and do not feel that this education is applicable to their lives. There was one student in particular who felt that there was absolutely no reason to learn Hebrew, calling it a “dead language... There have been many times when I have been an important influence in a life, and narrowing it down to one can be somewhat difficult. There is, however, one particular occasion I remember very distinctly when I had a significant impact on a student’s life. I am a Hebrew teac...
A Critical Analysis of the Role of a Teacher Facilitating Children's Development in Speaking and Listening
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...teacher adopts the role of an expert in cognitive psychology. Sometimes the teacher has to adopt a role that encourages the students to explore the capacity of their minds. Several techniques for such a scenario have been discussed at length implying a deeper reflection used to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate (Dawes, 2008). Nowadays, language delay and word poverty are some of the biggest issue being generated in the society, therefore, the paper assess the role a teacher in the speaking up approach as well. In order to inculcate the art of oracy, the paper discusses... ? A critical analysis of the role of a teacher facilitating children's development in speaking and listening Acknowledgments...
Paolo Freire "The 'Banking' Concept of Education"
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...Art When I was in Pre-school, my teacher asked us to draw a landscape of our own choosing. The teacher's words were encouraging as she told us that we should be expressive in using colors. Slowly, I drew the fields with sheep and created a backdrop with mountains and sky. The sky had clouds in it which I decided to color grey since I thought of cold days. When the teacher was looking around, she commented that I should color my clouds blue. A sense of revolt came up to me and I spewed " clouds aren't blue, they're grey or white ". Nevertheless, the teacher suggested that I should change my color lest my artwork would not be chosen for display. Being conditioned... The Banking Method in a Pre-school Art ...
Fine art
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...Teacher My work of making cloud like installations will better serve its intended audience (urban dwellers) if it is installed indoors. The context would be in workplaces where the people are in need of relief from the burden of daily urban life. This kind of work is influenced mainly by the pleasant memories of childhood and using it as an inspiration to inspire and relax others as well. This project is conceptualized based on the positive reaction of audience in my past projects where they like the idea of not only seeing beautiful artworks but also something that could relax them such as clouds. 2. Most installations avoid clouds as subject because it seems like a cliché subject... not...
Supporting Statement for a Secondary School "Teacher of ICT" Role
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...teacher, I make my students proud of who they are and what skills they posses. I encourage my students to take risks and use the art of self motivation to step into a self development process. I am extremely lucky to have been learning from outstanding coaches. However, my teaching style includes different styles of my own. As a teacher I believe in listening to my students, their parents and the people who I report to. I am confident that along... ?Supporting ment for a Secondary School 'Teacher of ICT' role To begin with, I am delighted to be applying for the position of Teacher Information Communications Technology (ICT) at your school. Having a vast experience in teaching, I am well aware of the...
Art and craft
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...teacher. However, at a higher level, most art and craft lessons required use creativity, planning, accuracy and speed to come up with drawings and models that exhibited maturity and concrete expression of ideas. It was expected of the pupils to apply all the basics of arts and craft in every activity. Grading was done for pupils at the same level basing on their abilities to express their concepts through art in the most comprehensive and original manner using the available resource Effects of Art and Craft to an adult Art and craft goes beyond decoration of ideas and environment... ART AND CRAFT By: + Art and craft is a special entity that requirespatience, skills, swiftness and keen interest for a...
Art Lesson Plan
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...art lesson. Explain the link between the literal piece and the upcoming drawing activity. Step-by-Step Strategies: Strategic integration: explaining the story’s significance then establish a connection between the story and the drawing activity. Closure: The teacher will ask the students to describe emotional state of the hand print drawing of the tree by comparing their hand print to their description of the tree in the story. Extended Follow-up Activities: The teacher can divide the students into groups of two and instruct them to discuss their drawings of the symbolic hand. Accommodations for English Language Learners: Working...
Pop Art and Photorealism
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...Teacher Pop Art and Photorealism: The teacher and the In the late 1950s, there were turmoil and protesting going on in multiple locations around the United States. In attempts to visually depict what was happening artistically, artists created a method of painting that is known as Pop Art, or Popular Art. From Pop Art came many subsets that were more representative of the artist. A popular subset that caused many painters to argue about what constituted painting was photo realism. These two artistic methods continued to maintain popularity while other methods faded into the background. In...
American Art Education in 1980s Through Today (2012)
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...teachers training, curriculum guide, and books among other issues. Previously, art education in America did not address issues like teacher training, which influence the system adopted by teachers in teaching art education. In 1980s, art curriculum for K-12 focused on progressive education and self-expression. Through this education, American technology education on art was founded, which is based on the cultural industrial education history (Foster 2). This focus addressed the need to develop art talent in children while nurturing their natural abilities....
Art and technology
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...teachers to reach the required standards of state regarding art study. It has allowed many educators to educate students easily because it makes students understand easily on varied artistic issues. In the contemporary society, many students are nowadays using computer technology for varied activities. This is because technology makes the work simpler. For instance, students use technology outside their classrooms for varied activities such as playing video games, listening to music, connecting with their friend and other varied activities. Therefore, integrating technology in art classrooms would be beneficial to both students... ? Art and Technology Lecturer: Art and Technology Introduction The use of...
Art History
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...teacher before venturing to Pop art based on commercial images such as advertisement painting focused on bard-edged figures. His 1961 Look Mickey used Be-Day dots or a technique comparable to Pointillism (Lobel, 33). Since then, he has produced more art works combining oil or Magana paint exemplified in Drowning Girl and the pop art diptych Whaam! He has influenced other DC comics artists (Lobel, 60). Liechtenstein is an iconography in pop art that until today amaze collectors and contemporary comic book fans. While he may be regarded by some as quite commercial for his techniques and use... Contemporary Artists and their New Techniques Introduction Contemporary artists are a label that change and...
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