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My Personal Disposition as a Prospective Art Educator
Primary source: Textbook “Educational Foundations” by Leslie Kaplan and William Owings
Online sources allowed: 2
Write a persuasive essay formulating your personal teaching philosophy as a prospective art teacher.
In order to formulate your philosophy, answer the questions,
“What is education? What are its goals?”, “What is school?”, “How should students be taught?”, “What is the teacher’s role?”, and “What is the student’s role?” using the required text and other sources.
Remember that an educational philosophy is a viewpoint that helps a teacher interpret, find meaning, and direct his or her work. In this case, apply your philosophy to your role as a future art teacher.
(Pages 1-5 of essay, using Chapters 1-3 of required text)
A) Identify and describe the Traditional, Progressive, and Existentialist philosophies. Reflect on how you would effectively use aspects of each philosophy in your teaching instruction.
(Ch. 1) Also identify and thoroughly describe four or more attributes of a successful and effective teacher.
Include self-analysis: What four personal professional attributes do you have as a prospective teacher? Compare them to the effective attributes you just described.
How can you develop these personal qualities in yourself to be a successful teacher?
(Pages 6-10 of essay)
B) Define and reflect goals of American education/ schooling according to the Conservative and Liberal perspectives. Tie your reflections into your philosophy.
(Chapter 8) Describe how you as an art teacher could effectively help culturally diverse (and minority) students succeed in school.
Curriculum: Define curriculum. Identify Bloom’s Taxonomy and reflect on how you could use it to teach an art concept to a classroom. (Chapter 12 of primary source)
Curriculum: What is the intrinsic and intellectual value of the arts in student achievement? Why is it important to “educate the whole child”?
(Chapter 13) Effective Instruction
Reflect on how you as an effective teacher will help your students succeed. Describe the Constructive learning approach and how could use it in the classroom to accomplish this.
(Chapter 14) Assessment & Accountability
Reflect: what are the types of educational standards? What are the cases for and against standardized testing?
Reflect on how Student-Centered or “Holistic Accountability” motivates teachers and students effectively. How is it more effective than test scores?