:: 2013 AP* Summer Institutes at UT Austin
AP 3D Design Portfolios for Experienced AP Teachers
Institute Code AP13006
This course will provide experienced teachers an overview of the Advanced Placement 3-D Design portfolio. Participants will exam the grading process for the AP 3D portfolios including a detailed explanation of the AP Studio Art Digital Submission Process and the Reading. Teachers will be provided strategies for (1) structuring the AP 3D Design class (2) for providing students with concentration and breath ideas, and (3) ways to encourage their students to engage in the rigor and pace needed to be successful in AP* Studio Art. Both conventional and unconventional 3D materials will be introduced to the participants. Low Cost to Cost Free materials and activities will be explored. This course will also provide hands-on art activities which will provide teachers time to make art, as well provide them with new ideas for classroom projects and time to share their most successful 3D class activities.
PARTICIPANTS SHOULD BRING:
- A short presentation on one 3D Activity (flash drive digital presentation with written lesson plan included)
- Interesting paper such as wrapping paper, tissue paper, crepe paper that is not color protected (bleeds), rice paper, packing paper…. NO METALLIC PAPERS
- Embellishments such as feathers, buttons, shells, ribbon, sticks, raffia, broken jewelry, bones, dried flowers, dried foods, etc.
- A small bottle of Elmer’s glue and/or glue gun sticks
- Hot glue gun
- Glue gun glue sticks
- Three bags of your choice (choose one item and bring three bags full) or more if you can bring them:
White paper plates (paper, thin)
Plastic spoons or forks or knives
A surprise bag of items
Consultant: Jane Harlow
- APSA Instructor, APSA Reader, APSA Consultant
- Secondary Art Department Chair, Bartlesville Public Schools
- Bartlesville High School, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74003
Jane is the Oklahoma Art Education Association “Art Educator of the Year Award for 2009.”Jane is a master teacher of 46 years. Jane is currently serving on the OAEA Board as the Secondary Division Chair. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Jacksonville State University .She graduated with a triple major in Art, Biology and Physical Education. She served as an AP Arts Director for the O’Donnell Foundation and AP Strategies for 3 years in Dallas, TX. She was also named the “National Outstanding AP Studio Art teacher of the Year Award” in 1995. She is the Co-Author of the National Vertical team Guide for AP Studio Art, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Editions. She has been a College Board Consultant for APSA for 20 years and an APSA College Board Reader for 19 years. She established the first AP Studio Art classes at Broken Arrow High School and edited the district Art Curriculum Guide. She is currently the Secondary Art Dept. Chair for Bartlesville High School. She has presented at both AP and Pre-AP SA Institutes since 1994 in Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Kansas and Florida. She was the first APSA consultant to present workshops for the AP Experienced teachers in the Southwest region. She has been awarded the “Apperson-Hearst PTA Teacher of the Year Award”, “The Golden Apple Award”, was named Stanford’s “Who’s Who Among American Educators”, the “National Person of the Year for American Educators”, was twice named “Who’s Who Among American Teachers” and was recognized in Washington, DC as “Special Speaker, National SA AP Poster Recognition”.
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