Kamehameha Kapālama Elementary Art Program:
PAPA 3 TAB CLASSROOM
STUDENT-CENTERED. AUTHENTIC PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTS.
The TAB (Teaching for Artistic Behavior) philosophy proposes that, “In a TAB studio: Students are regarded as artists. Students choose what to work on. Classes begin with a short demonstration or discussion to inspire new ideas. Teaching for artistic behaviors with choices creates a nurturing community of artists. Developmentally appropriate work and differentiation occur regularly. Students determine the purposes for their work. Students learn to reflect on their work.” (https://teachingforartisticbehavior.org/what-is-tab.html)
The curriculum reflects the National Core Art Standards. Please click here to download the PDF document of the National Core Art Standards.
E Ola! In Action
- Visual Arts Transfer Goal A – Craftsmanship/Design Process/Intended Communication
- Visual Arts Transfer Goal B – Describe/Analyze/Interpret/Evaluate
- Mālama & Kuleana
- Growth Mindset
Manaʻō Nui & Essential Questions: I am an artist!
- How do artists work?
- What conditions, attitudes, and behaviors support creativity and innovative thinking?
- What responsibilities come with the freedom to create?
Kūʻono (Art Centers):
- Kaha Kiʻi: Drawing
- Pena: Painting
- Kāpala: Printmaking
- Pūlolo: Clay
- Hoʻopili: Collage
Third graders attend art twice a cycle for 75 minutes, either the first or second semester.
Students will be graded on their individual progress, which includes performance assessments (assignments and projects), reflections and work habits.
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