Kim & Karen 2 Soul Sisters

Kim & Karen 2 Soul Sisters

Thursday, May 5, 2016

gRoOvY Bracelets...clay, cord and beads (Teaching for Artistic Behavior)

 
How cool are these!  They were created out of clay and glazed with crystallized over glazes. If you make them be sure to make the holes big enough and free of glaze as they will fill over.
TC is the artist and she is the one that added the textures and special messages for her friend's birthday gift. Love the added cord and glass beads. Just a super project for one of your advanced middle schoolers as she works on passion of art in her own direction.

Yes, they were a hit as a birthday gift! TC is really using the TAB (Teaching for Artistic Behavior) method of art during her Independent Study.
See link below for more information:
My Pinterest Board on this subject:
Other resources for TAB:
http://www.artfulartsyamy.com/2011/11/teaching-for-artistic-behavior-art-is.html In the comments section of this blog post was an abundant amount of resources which I copied and pasted for your convenience. Lots of good stuff here! Check it out!

Amy--I found your blog very belatedly. Thank you for your thoughtful writing. I like to tell people that I began teaching this way in an effort to survive with difficult working conditions--960 students per week, small room, few supplies, no time between classes and so on. It does NOT require a fancy private school to work--quite the contrary. For anyone interested in the informational support available here is a list of our resources:
Internet Resources for choice-based art education
Katherine Douglas twoducks@aol.com

MAIN WEBSITE:
http://teachingforartisticbehavior.org

SLIDESHARE
http://www.slideshare.net/katherinedouglas/teaching-for-artistic-behavior-tab

ENGAGING LEARNERS
http://bit.ly/17hnjv

LEARNER DIRECTED CLASSROOM
http://store.tcpress.com/0807753629.shtml

SMOKE AND MIRRORS: Art Teacher as Magician
http://teachingforartisticbehavior.org/wp-content/uploads/ArtEd_May13_Hathaway.pdf

WHEN IS CREATIVITY?
http://teachingforartisticbehavior.org/wp-content/uploads/AE_Jan11_Jaquith.pdf

WHERE’S THE REVOLUTION?
http://pdkintl.org/noindex/k_v95/25pdk_95_6.pdf

TAB FORUM
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TAB-ChoiceArtEd/

FACEBOOK
http://tinyurl.com/2extz79

NAN HATHAWAY
http://studio-learning.blogspot.com/

EVERGREEN ART
http://evergreenart.birdsong.org/node/479

DIANE JAQUITH
http://selfdirectedart.wordpress.com/

CLYDE GAW
http://www.clydegaw.blogspot.com/


BOOK CLUB
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tabbookclub/


CHOICE WITHOUT CHAOS
iBook
http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/choice-without-chaos/id553083821?ls=1

SOUTHEAST TAB TEACHERS
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Southeast-Region-TAB-Choice-Teaching-Artists/102555879890767

MIDWEST TAB TEACHERS
http://tinyurl.com/blvaoc4

NORTHEAST TAB TEACHERS
https://www.facebook.com/TAB.Northeast?fref=ts

WEST COAST TAB-CHOICE EDUCATORS
https://www.facebook.com/WestCoastTabChoiceEducatorsGroup?fref=ts

ANNE BEDRICK VIDEOS
http://vimeo.com/annebedrick/videos
TWITTER @twoducks

Teaching for Artistic Behavior (TAB) is a nationally recognized choice-based art education approach to teaching art. Developed in Massachusetts classrooms over thirty five years, and through courses and research at Massachusetts College of Art, the Teaching for Artistic Behavior concept enables students to experience the work of the artist through authentic learning opportunities and responsive teaching.

Choice-based art education regards students as artists and offers them real choices for responding to their own ideas and interests through the making of art. Choice-based art education supports multiple modes of learning and assessment for the diverse needs of students.
Teaching for Artistic Behavior Inc. is a grassroots organization developed by and for art teachers, and serves to promote and support choice-based art education in public and private education settings.

Many regards,
Kathy Douglas
Massachusetts

Wowzy...tons of information! Hope you enjoy checking it all out and a huge shout out to Kathy Douglas and  Amy over at https://www.blogger.com/profile/15463560863173797130
'Til next time - 1969

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