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1
Welcome to the Arts Education RESA!
  • Go ahead, jump online and visit the NCDPI Arts
    Education wikispace your one-stop shop for Arts
    Education
  • http//ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  • Network colwifi13
  • Username FEBRUARY17
  • Password schoolrocks

2
North Carolina Live
Special Edition Comprehensive Arts Education
3
Presenters
Christie Lynch Ebert Section Chief, K-12 Program
Areas Arts Education Consultant (Dance and Music)
and NCDPI Liaison to the A Schools
Program christie.lynchebert_at_dpi.nc.gov 919-807-385
6 Slater Mapp Arts Education Consultant
(Theatre Arts and Visual Arts) slater.mapp_at_dpi.nc
.gov 919-807-3758
4
Opening Monologue and Introductions
5
Talk Show Decorum
  • Take care of your needs
  • Appreciation for one another
  • Exchange ideas freely
  • Influence what we can
  • Opportunity to reflect
  • Unite in purpose

6
Objectives
  • Recognize the role of the arts in student success
  • Recognize the components and implementation of
    Comprehensive Arts Education in schools, school
    systems, and communities
  • Understand policy and legislative updates
    impacting arts education programs in NC Schools
  • Collaborate with IHE partners around arts
    integration models and practices, roles, and
    infrastructures

7
NC Arts Education Wiki and Sign-in
  • http//ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/RESA2014

8
The Arts and Student Success
  • Think pair share
  • How do the arts prepare students for success in
    school, work, and life?

(Note we will continue this conversation with
our IHE partners later today)
9
Vision for Arts Education
  • In todays globally competitive world,
    innovative thinking and creativity are essential
    for all school children. High quality,
    standards-based instruction in the arts develops
    these skills and effectively engages, retains,
    and prepares future-ready students for graduation
    and success in an entrepreneurial economy.
    Dance, music, theatre arts, and visual arts,
    taught by licensed arts educators and integrated
    throughout the curriculum, are critical to North
    Carolinas 21st century education.

10
Comprehensive Arts Education
  • Arts Education
  • (arts as core, academic subjects)
  • Arts Integration
  • (arts as a catalyst for learning across the
    curriculum)
  • Arts Exposure
  • (exposure to arts experiences)

11
Comprehensive Arts Education
12
Brainstorming and Gallery Walk
  • What does Comprehensive Arts Education look like
    in your
  • school,
  • school system, or
  • community?

13
Arts Education
  • Analysis of Student Work
  • PowerSchool/Homebase
  • Standards-based grading
  • 2013-14 and 2014-15 course code updates
  • National Standards (National Coalition for Core
    Arts Standards

14
February 17, 2014
15
Overview of the ASW Process
Teacher Uploads Evidence Collection to Online
Platform
16
ASW 2014 Pilot Participants
Regions
Content Areas
17
ASW Wikispace
  • Pilot Training Modules
  • Important Forms
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Visit the Wiki here http//ncasw.ncdpi.wikispaces
    .net/

18
ASW Contact Information
If you have questions about the ASW Process,
please contact Jennifer DeNeal, RttT Project
Coordinator for Educator Effectiveness at
EducatorEffectiveness_at_dpi.nc.gov Pilot Training
Modules Important Forms
19
Course Code Updates
  • 2013-14 Course Codes have been aligned with
    PowerSchool
  • Standards-based grading practices are being
    explored/implemented by LEAs
  • 2014-15 Course Codes will differentiate each
    grade level (K-8) HS courses remain the same

20
National Standards
  • National Coalition for Core Arts Standards
    (NCCAS) Wiki https//nccas.wikispaces.com/Home

21
National Standards
22
NCCAS
  • The final public review of the National Core Arts
    Standards drafts is Feb. 14-28, 2014
  • NC Focus Group Webinar 2/27/14 (330-430pm)
  • Full release in June 2014

23
Arts Integration
  • Fitting it the Pieces Together
  • 115-C-296
  • Activity

24
LUNCH
25
North Carolina Live
Special Edition Comprehensive Arts
Education (Afternoon Session with IHEs)
26
Objectives
  • Recognize the components and implementation of
    Comprehensive Arts Education in schools, school
    systems, and communities
  • Understand policy and legislative updates
    impacting arts education programs in NC Schools
  • Collaborate with IHE partners around arts
    integration models and practices, roles, and
    infrastructures

27
Facilitators (Hosts)
  • Rachel A. McBroom, Ph.D.
  • NC Dept. of Public Instruction
  • Director, Educator Preparation
  • rachel.mcbroom_at_dpi.nc.gov
  • 919-817-8848
  • Christy Chenausky
  • Appalachian State University
  • Director of Arts Education and Outreach
  • chenauskyc_at_appstate.edu
  • 828-262-6084 (Ext. 109)
  • Banu Valladares
  • NC Arts Council
  • Arts in Education Director
  • banu.valladares_at_ncdcr.gov
  • 919-807-6502

Christie Lynch Ebert NC Dept. of Public
Instruction Section Chief, K-12 Programs and
NCDPI Liaison to the A Schools
Program christie.lynchebert_at_dpi.nc.gov
919-807-3856 Slater Mapp NC Dept. of Public
Instruction Arts Education Consultant
slater.mapp_at_dpi.nc.gov 919-807-3758
28
NC Arts Education Wiki and Sign-in
  • http//ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/RESA2014

29
Context for Arts Integration
  • Top 10 List Benefits of an Arts Education
    (School, Work, and Life)

30
Setting the Stage
31
Policy and Legislation
  • Basic Education Program ( 115C-81)
  • The NC Standard Course of Study
  • Common Core State Standards NC Essential
    Standards

32
NC Standard Course of Study
  • Common Core State Standards
  • English Language Arts (and Literacy in
    History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical
    Subjects)
  • Mathematics
  • NC Essential Standards
  • Arts Education
  • Career and Technical Education
  • English Language Development
  • Guidance
  • Healthful Living (Health Physical Education)
  • Information and Technology
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • World Languages

33
S66 Vision for Arts Education
  • In todays globally competitive world,
    innovative thinking and creativity are essential
    for all school children. High quality,
    standards-based instruction in the arts develops
    these skills and effectively engages, retains,
    and prepares future-ready students for graduation
    and success in an entrepreneurial economy.
    Dance, music, theatre arts, and visual arts,
    taught by licensed arts educators and integrated
    throughout the curriculum, are critical to North
    Carolinas 21st century education.

34
S66 Comprehensive Arts Education
  • Arts Education
  • (arts as core, academic subjects)
  • Arts Integration
  • (arts as a catalyst for learning across the
    curriculum)
  • Arts Exposure
  • (exposure to arts experiences)

35
Comprehensive Arts Education
36
G.S. 115C-296 Arts Integration
  • Requires that pre-service elementary teachers are
    prepared to integrate the arts across the
    curriculum.
  • Outgrowth of H758 Arts Education Commission
  • Wide-scale education legislation
  • S724 (June 2012)
  • H23 (March 2013)
  • S168 (July 2013)

37
115C-296 Public School Law
  • Supported by
  • Existing Teacher Ed Requirements (Policy)
  • NC Teacher Evaluation (Policy)
  • Previous Legislation
  • National Reports

38
Existing Policy
39
State Board Policy TCP-B-002
  • Standard 6 of the Teacher Specialty Standards
    (2009), requires that elementary grades teacher
    candidates are knowledgeable in and are able to
    design and implement learning tasks that
    demonstrate
  • a general knowledge of the fundamentals of music,
    dance, theatre, and/or visual arts and
  • the ability to create interdisciplinary
    lessons/units that integrate the content areas
    with the arts to enhance classroom instruction
    and student learning.

40
State Board Policy TCP-B-002
  • Standard 5 of the Birth-Kindergarten specialty
    standard (2009)
  • B-K teacher candidates create and adapt
    environments and intentionally plan and implement
    an integrated curriculum that facilitates every
    childs construction of knowledge and provides a
    strong foundation for lifelong learning.
  • In the Emergent Creative Arts, B-K teacher
    candidates must
  • facilitate childrens creative expression through
    dance/creative movement, drama, music, and visual
    arts
  • use the arts to represent ideas

41
State Board Policy TCP-B-002
  • (continued) In the Emergent Creative Arts, B-K
    teacher candidates must
  • help children learn about and appreciate a
    variety of art forms and artists
  • integrate the arts to support learning in all
    content areas (including cultural diversity) and
  • apply creativity to problem solving, risk-taking,
    and critical thinking.

42
Teacher Evaluation Process (2009)
Teachers recognize the interconnectedness of
content areas/disciplines
Standard III, Element C Teachers understand how
the content they teach relates to other
disciplines in order to deepen understanding and
content learning for students.
43
NC Pre-service Arts Integration Initiative
44
NC PAII - Goals
  • Support the preparation of pre-service educators
    to deliver a balanced education.
  • Identify models and practices to prepare
    pre-service educators to integrate the arts.
  • Foster collaborations to create access to a
    comprehensive arts education in our state.

45
Committee
  • Diverse, state-level
  • Representation from
  • IHEs (Education and Arts Education)
  • Arts Educators
  • Administrators (principal, superintendent)
  • Community Partners

46
Committees Work
  • Review reported data from IHEs on how they
    currently prepare educators to integrate the
    arts. Identify trends and gaps in that
    reporting. Find ways to dig deeper into
    researching what IHEs are doing and how well it
    works.
  • Identify models and/or practices that help move
    forward this statewide conversation.

47
Committee Members
  • Jennifer Buelin-Biesecker
  • NC State UniversityTeaching Assistant Professor,
    STEM
  • jkbuelin_at_ncsu.edu (919) 515-1741
  • Rick Cary
  • Mars Hill College
  • Professor of Art Chair, Fine Arts
  • RCary_at_mhu.edu
  • (828) 689-1396
  • Donna Dragon
  • UNC Charlotte
  • Assistant Professor of Dance
  • ddragon_at_uncc.edu
  • (704) 687-0832
  • Liz Grimes-Droessler
  • Wake County Public Schools
  • Senior Administrator for Arts Education
  • egrimes-droessler_at_wcpss.net
  • (919) 431-7654
  • Dr. Anthony Jackson
  • Nash-Rocky Mount Public School
  • Superintendent
  • adjackson_at_nrms.k12.nc.us
  • (252) 462-2511

48
Committee Members
  • Frances Page
  • Meredith College
  • Professor of Music Dept Head, Communication and
    Performing Arts
  • pagef_at_meredith.edu (919) 760-8575
  • Brenda Reese
  • Freedom Trail Elementary School (A)
  • Principal
  • brendacreese_at_averyschools.net
  • (828) 733-4744
  • Courtney Reilly
  • UNC Wilmington
  • Assistant Director of Cultural Arts
  • reillyce_at_uncw.edu
  • (910) 962.2082
  • Melinda Waegerle, MA
  • UNC Greensboro
  • Assistant Professor, Dance, A Fellow
  • mhwaeger_at_uncg.edu
  • (336) 334-5570

49
Current Practices
50
IHE Reporting (2009-2013)
51
IHE Reporting (2009-2013)
52
Planning
  • IHE Planning Template
  • IHE members discuss practices within their
    institutions and use planning template to set the
    course for needs assessment and future directions
  • Arts Education Leaders work with IHE members to
    discuss current and possible practices,
    resources, etc. for current and potential models

53
Arts Education for All Students
54
Coffee Talk
  • How do these roles work together to benefit
    students?
  • What does this model look like in your setting?

55
Arts Affirmation
56
Evaluation and Future Directions
What worked well
Suggestions for improvement
57
RESA Evaluation
http//go.ncsu.edu/ncdpi-resa_survey
58
  • The digital tools used during the course of
    this training have been helpful to some educators
    across the state.  However, due to the rapidly
    changing digital environment, NCDPI does not
    represent nor endorse that these tools are the
    exclusive digital tools for the purposes outlined
    during the training.
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