Art educators living, working or interested in Asia
Has anyone got any ideas, experiences to share about differentiated art lessons? As a middle school teacher I want to encourage and help all students to succeed and develop - whatever their abilities. There is a lot of information out there on differentiated instruction for subjects such as English and Maths - but how do we apply this in the Art room?
I am going to try giving students a range of tasks to choose from rather than one activity for all- I've never done this before with lower levels only IB and IGCSE students so I'm not sure who it will go with 22 students in 45 minutes.
Any tips or advice on differentiation in the art room gratefully received!
You might like to include art from different periods in history. Take a look at ahaafoundation.org. I would like every student that reads a micro lesson to do something with what they have just seen. You can send students to the site and ask them to choose one of the micro lessons.
Let me know if this works. I really need to know.