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All the AP Art forms in one package. A syllabus document is included as a Google Document, which can be opened in Microsoft Word or Google Docs to edit for your own class purposes. Inside this zip file are helpful resources to building a
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Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Other (Arts)
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This is a grading rubric for determining the "Breadth" section of the AP exam. The rubric is designed to evaluate Concept, Idea, Visualization, Objective, Composition & Design, Technical Control, and Creative Control. There is a self
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This is a bundle of forms students use to focus on the Concentration of an AP Art Class. The first form is to help students identify commonalities in a series of artworks, which is crucial to understanding the purpose of the concentration section
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Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Other (Arts)
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Download this guide to help students write Artist Statements for their AP Portfolio. Within the form, students are asked to Plan, Structure, and Revise their Artist Statement using specific pointers and tips while encouraging a growth mindset for
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Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Other (Arts)
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9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
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This handout requires students to color in Johannes Itten's Color Star, which he developed in 1921 at The Bauhaus. Students will color in the diagram, displaying their knowledge of color relationships, tints, and shades.
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Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Art
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In this exercise, students will explore the meaning of Analogous Colors by coloring in diagrams that reference the Color Wheel. The exercise guides students to identify which colors go in the appropriate places in the diagrams. Students are
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Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Art
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In this exercise, students will explore the meaning of Complimentary Colors by coloring in diagrams that reference the Color Wheel. The exercise guides students to identify which colors are complimentary and how to discover what happens to
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Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Art
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This handout is designed to introduce Primary and Secondary Colors to students. Students will be asked to identify and use Primary Colors, identify and mix Secondary Colors, followed by identifying the location of Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary
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This package includes 4 worksheets that introduce (1) Primary and Secondary Colors, (2) Complimentary Colors, (3) The Color Star, and (4) Analogous Colors. The package also includes a photographs of Johannes Itten and his original Color Star
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Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Art
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This store is hosted by a certified Visual Arts teacher based in Chicago. He directs community projects, leads professional learning programs, curates art exhibitions, and is a visual artist. With a Master of Science in Education from Indiana University and experience rooted in schools, nonprofits, and art museums, he strategically builds and sustains community engagement with high quality arts education. Currently, he is on the board of directors of the Illinois High School Art Exhibition (IHSAE), advises the state of Illinois for its revision of the Visual Arts Learning Standards, and is a juror for Scholastics Inc. Recently, he finished two consecutive years at the Museum of Contemporary Art's Teacher Institute program, which includes summer residencies. Prior to becoming a classroom teacher, I was a Project Associate for the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) for two years and worked in art museums for five years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

As a teacher, his goal is to facilitate student growth and development in the realms of design thinking, concept development, creativity, and visual storytelling. The ability to communicate visually is imperative to all aspects of art and design, from product to expression. Cultivating the Growth Mindset developed by Carol Dweck and clarifying goals, such as winning competitions at the school, city, state, and national levels is imperative to motivating students, particularly those in AP-level classes and those pursuing careers in the visual arts, who need dynamic portfolios that win scholarships from colleges and universities.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society; Member of National Omicron Psi Honor Society; Sterling Sentinel Nominee for Visual Arts, The News Sentinel, Fort Wayne, IN; Winger Award for Outstanding Graduating Seniors, Indiana University; Lowell Scholarship, Indiana University; Della Fricke Scholarship, Indiana University; Ione Auer Arts Scholarship, Indiana University; Motz Family Scholarship, Indiana University; Waterfield Fund Scholarship, Indiana University; Tapestry Alumni Scholarship, Tapestry Alumni; Psi Iota Xi Fine Arts Scholarship, Psi Iota Xi IU Alumni Scholarship, IU Alumni Chapter of Northeast Indiana; Scholastics Gold Key, Scholastics, Inc.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Currently, he holds an MSEd in Art Education, a BFA in Studio Art, and Minor in Art History all from Indiana University. He also studied graduate level studio art at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and ceramics at La Meridiana Ceramic School in Tuscany, Italy.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

K-12 Teaching Certification in Visual Art, Illinois State Board of Education

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