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OK, I am a third year elementary art teacher and I love it. However, I
did my student teaching at the high school level, so I do have some
experience there. I am now working on my masters. And I am taking a
"Secondary Art Curriculum" class. We are each to write a curriculum.
I did do this once before as an undergrad, but I want to do a top notch
job this time. I can write a "dream-like" curriculum for the
secondary level. My question is, those of you who teach at the
secondary level, what style of curriculum do you prefer? TRADITIONAL:
Art I, Art II, etc.?
DISCIPLINED: Drawing I (etc), Ceramics I,IIetc, Painting I, II etc..?
or SPECIALIZED: Watercolors I, II, Oil/acrylic painting I, II etc.,
Weaving I, etc etc. There are several other curriculum designs
mentioned, however, I don't see those being real successful (such as
Media based curriculum, 2D & 3D based curriculum, Conceptual (Line,
shape etc..)). If anyone has any suggestions or ideas or dreams,
please let me know, I'd greatly appreciate it. Also, pros & cons would
be great too. Thanks.
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