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Understanding Cultural Integrity
Defining Cultural Integrity 0:59
The Role of Cultural Integrity in the Art Classroom 3:10
Creating a Positive Classroom Climate
Examining Personal Biases 1:09
Fostering Multiculturalism Within Your Classroom 3:15
Physical Manifestations of a Classroom with Cultural Integrity 1:18
Authenticity vs. Appropriation
Defining Authenticity and Appropriation in a Teaching Context 1:21
Offering Age Appropriate Explanations of Appropriation 1:26
Strategies for Fostering Authenticity 1:35
Using Community as an Authentic Resource 1:01
Creating Inclusive Curriculum
Identifying Cultural Needs 0:58
Aspects of an Inclusive Curriculum 4:34
Steps to Writing Inclusive Curriculum 2:16
Applications of Inclusive Curriculum
Applications of Inclusive Curriculum; Chinese New Year Lesson 2:51
Applications of Inclusive Curriculum; Aztec and Mayan Lessons 4:10
7. 1 Conclusion 0:22
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Learn why it is essential to incorporate multicultural learning into your art curriculum.
2 Gain strategies for discussing authenticity vs. appropriation with your students.
3 Explore empowering multicultural lesson ideas meant to inspire students to make personally meaningful artwork.
Art curriculum should match the diversity of our student population and the world we live in. But how do you develop and implement diverse curriculum with integrity? In this PRO Pack, discover strategies for infusing your teaching with more genuine multicultural learning. Learn how to craft authentic lessons without appropriating, identify resources within your community, and gain some insightful application ideas through several sample lessons.
A. Develops lessons, units, and/or centers that connect with student interests and backgrounds
D. Constructs opportunities for student choice and authentic learning
A. Designs inclusive instruction based on individual differences and understanding of diverse cultures and communities
11. Relationship Building
A. Builds rapport and positive relationships with students
B. Creates and maintains an environment of respect
13. Professional Practice
A. Demonstrates reflective practice
A. Supports art education access for all students
Connected National Visual Arts Standards
Anchor Standard 10: Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.
Anchor Standard 11: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding
High School Art Teacher and PRO Facilitator
Jordan DeWilde currently teaches grades 3-6 in Oregon, Illinois. He strives to create an inclusive curriculum by developing lessons with positive representations of diverse artists and issues. Jordan tells his students, “Great art has been created by men and women of different races, cultures, and communities throughout history.” His mission is to teach his students that art is for everyone!