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Laying Out the Basics
What is Copyright? 3:40
Why Do We Have Copyright? 2:27
The Classroom Exemption 2:39
The Fair Use Exemption 1:59
Lessons and Inspiration 3:40
Teaching About Copyright
The Shepard Fairey Case 3:29
Accessing Historical Images 2:10
Accessing Images for Inspiration and Student Work 2:14
Dealing with Copyright in the Art Room
Can We Expect Orginality? 3:05
Moving Beyond Copying 3:12
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Understand the concepts of copyright, appropriation, and fair use.
2 Investigate educational exemptions and how they may affect your teaching.
3 Learn how to support your students and help them create original work.
Copyright and appropriation are important topics in the art room; however, they are often misunderstood or even ignored. In this PRO Pack, Tim Bogatz will walk you through some of the essential concepts you and your students should know about copyright and appropriation and how those concepts affect the work created in your art room.
A. Designs experiences to practice critical thinking and problem-solving skills
B. Designs instruction to allow for freedom of expression and independent thought within student work
A. Develops instruction that incorporates historical and contemporary artwork
B. Develops instruction that incorporates artwork from a variety of cultures, communities, times, and places
C. Values how the arts connect with other disciplines and provides opportunities to experience those connections
D. Develops instruction that incorporates current issues and themes in education
Content & Art Ed NOW Manager and PRO Facilitator
Tim is the Content & Art Ed NOW Manager for the Art of Education University, and previously worked as an AOEU writer and graduate instructor. Before working for AOEU, Tim taught high school art for 14 years in Omaha, Nebraska. As a teacher, he focused on creativity, problem solving, and higher order thinking skills, using drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and whatever other materials might be available.