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Identifying Foundational Skills
What Skills Need Attention First 2:51
Why You Should Demo Everything 5:30
Using Chunking to Break Up Instructions 3:50
Building on Prior Knowledge
What Skills Should Be Introduced Later 3:02
Troubleshooting When Things Go Wrong 2:39
Creating Structured Lessons that Build Skill
Planning Stages for Individual Concepts 3:08
Scaffolded Curriculum Examples 2:31
Using Skill Books 3:01
Project Ideas for Skill Practicing 5:34
Differentiating For Various Abilities and Experience
Strategies for Students with No Experience 2:11
Explanation of the Gradual Release Model 2:53
Engagement During Skill Building 2:41
Supply Safety and Clean-Up
Utilizing Clean Up Jobs 2:30
Practicing Clean Up Routines 4:41
Storing Artwork by Grade and Class 1:25
Additional Storage Ideas for Kindergarten 2:45
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Learn how to best plan for, organize, and deliver foundational skills experiences.
2 Master best practices for scaffolding skills and techniques in lesson planning.
3 Discover how to immediately implement these strategies into your classroom.
In this Learning Pack, discover how to structure lessons to best build essential, foundational skills within your youngest artists. Find out why it’s so critical to scaffold your lessons to build upon prior knowledge. Uncover what skills are best to start with and how to proceed with more advanced learning through skills books and rotations. Prepare your students with foundational skills as they continue to grow as artists!
PRO Facilitator and Elementary Art Teacher
Alecia is a K-6 elementary art in a large district in central Iowa, and is passionate about teaching and reaching her students. She sees herself as a facilitator of artistic experiences, creative skill building, and assisting students in the development of their artistic identities. It is her philosophy and mission to provide students with a well-roundeded, innovative, fun, and meaningful arts education.