- Discuss your Big Idea: How did you explore your Big Idea? What research strategies did you use and what did you learn or discover about your Big Idea in the process? What deeper understandings or personal connections did you gain by exploring this Big Idea?
- Discuss your process: How did you go about making your works? What processes or materials did you use? What were you hoping to achieve by using these processes and materials? Which processes were successful, and which were less so?
- Discuss one work in depth: Charting its creation from initial inspiration to final piece, discuss how your process enabled you (or did not enable you) to explore your Big Idea in depth. What was successful about this work, or what needs work? What did you gain from the experience of making this work?
Write a 3-paragraph response to your Big Idea series (approx. 500 words), addressing the following prompts. Post on process blog:
In a short paragraph or two, reflect on your process so far with your current Big Ideas pieces. What are you working on at the moment? How is it going? What are you excited about in your current work? What specific challenges are you facing as you move forward? What would help you overcome those challenges?
Inclua picture of one of the pieces your working on at the moment
DUE: Friday, May 16 (5 points)
5 / Full responses to prompts, offering detail and insight
4 / Basic responses to prompts, offering only superficial insight
3 / Limited responses to prompts, offering little detail or insight
2 / Incomplete or missing responses to prompts, no detail or insight
I teach visual art and art history. My classroom has a very high ceiling and very few people know where it is. There is a mockingbird that lives in the tree outside my classroom.