Join visual arts education colleagues from across the US. and the globe for this interactive, virtual NAEA professional learning opportunity, hosted at the Phillips Collection! Learn straight from the source—members of the Visual Arts Writing and Assessment Teams—about the New Visual Arts Standards and the dynamic Web-based Standards Environment that you can customize for use in planning for your classroom. Engage in an in-depth look at the Philosophical Foundations, Anchor Standards, Enduring Understandings, and Essential Questions used to guide curriculum design and assessment. Log on prepared to ask questions, share your insight, and be inspired!

 

Plenary Session Speakers

Visionary Verite
48 x 42 inches, oil on wood panel, 2010

Lisa Corinne Davis

Lisa Corinne Davis, renowned artist and Professor at Hunter College in New York, will open the Plenary Session speaking to the rigor of artistic practices, meaning making, and human development. Lisa’s paintings have been exhibited in museums and galleries across the US and Europe including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. She has taught art at Parsons School of Design, Cooper Union School of Art, and Yale University.

Dennis Inhulsen & Dr. Robert Sabol

Dennis Inhulsen, Chair of the Writing Team, and Dr. Robert Sabol, Chair of the Model Cornerstone Assessment Team, will co-host the Plenary Session featuring an interactive panel who will present sample Model Cornerstone Assessments to measure student growth over time and share steps for designing your own student assessments.

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Phil Hansen Video Shorts

Internationally recognized multimedia artist and TED presenter Phil Hansen has created entertaining and informative video shorts specifically for this NAEA Virtual Conference!

 

 

 

 


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