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Unable to go to my questionnaire on the web?

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Skc (skc203)
Sun, 8 Nov 1998 23:14:51 -0400


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Dear art teachers:

This questionnaire is for those who are unable to go to my web site. I =
appreciate a lot of art teachers criticized my questions. I learn a lot =
from them. Once again, thank you very much!

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Crete/2550/form.htm
Kevin Smith

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A) My Name is : ( )

(optional)=20

B) I Am From :( ) City( ) State=20

C) My E-Mail Address: ( )

D) I Have Been Teaching Art for: ( )Year(s)=20

D) My Students are: ( )(grade/high/college)=20

1.) I feel that it is all right for my students to copy someone else's =
art work while creating art,( such as using someone's printed art work =
and changing one or more of its components ) so long as it is meaningful =
to the project.=20

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( =
) Strongly disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( =
)

=20
2.) I consider that a still performance is a work of art (such as an =
installation with different people posed in it ) even if there is not an =
art object created.=20
=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree =
( ) Strongly disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( =
)

3.) I believe that the work of Marcel Duchamp's man-made object - a =
urinal - can facilitate students' thinking in art.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree =
( ) Strongly disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( =
)

4.) I am willing to discuss with my students when an art work =
delivers homosexual implications.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
5.) I consider any work of art may be valuable for instruction even =
if it's not beautiful.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
6.) I accept the situation when a student told me his "story" ( a =
narritive piece ) is a work of art, even if there is no visible image.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
7.) I would doubt the existence of creative self-expression that art =
production can bring to my students due to its immeasurability and =
invisibility.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
8.)I value that a work of art should reflect social or environmental =
problems rather than be viewed as purely aesthetic demonstration.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
9.) I suspect the formalist's aesthetic experiences of art as an =
universal judgment for art appreciation, rather, I appreciate each =
individual student's arguments about art.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
10.)I am willing to deal with my students when they raise =
controversial or indecent issues while producing or discussing art.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
11.) Based on my academic training, I believe I am still unable to =
distinguish which art is good and which is bad based on the production =
of contemporary artists.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
12.) I believe a successful contemporary art lesson is to facilitate =
the child's thinking to connect with his lived experience in terms of =
creating or thinking art.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
13.) I would prefer to choose instructional materials from my local =
environment - such as local artists - and from my students' experiences =
rather than rely on sources such as art experts or art authorities.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
14.) I believe there is not a universal aesthetic judgment that can =
evaluate a work of art. Therefore, I would not apply such a judgment =
when evaluating my students' work.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
15.) I encourage my students of different cultural backgrounds to =
create or interpret art based on their personal experiences, such as =
their cultural conditions, living environments and societal concerns.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
16.) I encourage my students from other cultures to produce works =
that reflect their cultural identities and use their works to describe =
their cultural stories.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
17.) I believe that creating a quality work of art does not require =
talent; therefore, I consider a quality of work depends on who =
interprets it and for whom the work is meaningful.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
18.) As far as art production is concerned, I definitely do not =
consider females less talented than males based on my teaching =
experience.=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

=20
19.) When selecting an artist's work for classroom presentation, I =
only care about the artist's work, not his or her gender identity=20
( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly =
disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

20.) I would like to discuss with you about some of the above questions. =
My comments or questions are:

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Dear art teachers:

This questionnaire is for those who are unable to go to my web site. = I=20 appreciate a lot of art teachers criticized my questions. I learn a lot = from=20 them. Once again, thank you very much!

 http://www.g= eocities.com/Athens/Crete/2550/form.htm

Kevin Smith

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A) My Name is :=20 (            =     =20 )

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B) I Am From :(      )=20 City(      )  State

C) My E-Mail Address: (       )

D) I Have Been Teaching Art for: (     )Year(s) =

D) My Students are: (      = )(grade/high/college)=20

1.) I feel that it is all right for my students to copy someone = else's art=20 work while creating art,( such as using someone's printed art work and = changing=20 one or more of its components ) so long as it is meaningful to the = project.

(     )Strongly agree (     = )Agree=20 (     )No opinion (    ) Disagree=20 (    ) Strongly disagree

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2.) I consider that a still performance is a work of art (such = as an=20 installation with different people posed in it ) even if there is = not an art=20 object created.

(     )Strongly agree = (    =20 )Agree (     )No opinion (    ) = Disagree=20 (    ) Strongly disagree

If any, please clarify:=20 = (            =             &= nbsp;           &n= bsp;           &nb= sp;           &nbs= p;           =20 )

3.) I believe that the work of Marcel Duchamp's man-made object = - a=20 urinal - can facilitate students' thinking in art.=20

(     )Strongly agree = (    =20 )Agree (     )No opinion (    ) = Disagree=20 (    ) Strongly disagree

If any, please clarify:=20 = (            =             &= nbsp;           &n= bsp;           &nb= sp;           &nbs= p;           =20 )

4.) I am willing to discuss with my students when an art work = delivers=20 homosexual implications.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
5.) I consider any work of art may be valuable for instruction = even if=20 it's not beautiful.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
6.) I accept the situation when a student told me his = "story"=20 ( a narritive piece ) is a work of art, even if there is no visible = image.=20

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
7.) I would doubt the existence of creative self-expression that = art=20 production can bring to my students due to its immeasurability and=20 invisibility.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
8.)I value that a work of art should reflect social or = environmental=20 problems rather than be viewed as purely aesthetic demonstration. =

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
9.) I suspect the formalist's aesthetic experiences of art as an = universal judgment for art appreciation, rather, I appreciate each=20 individual student's arguments about art.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
10.)I am willing to deal with my students when they raise = controversial=20 or indecent issues while producing or discussing art.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
11.) Based on my academic training, I believe I am still unable = to=20 distinguish which art is good and which is bad based on the = production of=20 contemporary artists.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
12.) I believe a successful contemporary art lesson is to = facilitate the=20 child's thinking to connect with his lived experience in terms of = creating=20 or thinking art.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
13.) I would prefer to choose instructional materials from my = local=20 environment - such as local artists - and from my students' = experiences=20 rather than rely on sources such as art experts or art authorities. =

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
14.) I believe there is not a universal aesthetic judgment that = can=20 evaluate a work of art. Therefore, I would not apply such a judgment = when=20 evaluating my students' work.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
15.) I encourage my students of different cultural backgrounds = to create=20 or interpret art based on their personal experiences, such as their = cultural=20 conditions, living environments and societal concerns.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
16.) I encourage my students from other cultures to produce = works that=20 reflect their cultural identities and use their works to describe = their=20 cultural stories.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
17.) I believe that creating a quality work of art does not = require=20 talent; therefore, I consider a quality of work depends on who = interprets it=20 and for whom the work is meaningful.

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
18.) As far as art production is concerned, I definitely do not = consider=20 females less talented than males based on my teaching experience. =

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

 
19.) When selecting an artist's work for classroom presentation, = I only=20 care about the artist's work, not his or her gender identity =

( )Strongly agree ( )Agree ( )No opinion ( ) Disagree ( ) Strongly = disagree=20

If any, please clarify: ( )

20.) I would like to discuss with you about some of the above = questions. My=20 comments or questions are:

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