Capstone Project Title
Curriculum Development Using Artistic Inquiry In An Arts Magnet Foundation Class
This project sought to answer the question; how can the skills of artistic inquiry be taught in an Arts Magnet Foundation Class? This project covered the creation of a mental construct for artistic inquiry and development of the first three units of a twelve-unit curriculum. Initially the author established a six-phase model of artistic inquiry which was then implemented in the development of individual units. The six components include: question formulation, annotated research, proposal making, creating with intent, presenting in a public format, and reflecting on the work. Each unit focused on teaching and implementing one of the phases. The project was created to use a different art form in each set of lessons to engage a variety of student interests. The curriculum is designed using best practices in artist inquiry. This helps the students and gives the teachers in the program a mental construct of the artistic inquiry process as well as examples of possible work in their own classrooms.
Art Education, Charter Schools, Curriculum, Learning Styles
Bestland, Debra, "Curriculum Development Using Artistic Inquiry In An Arts Magnet Foundation Class" (2018). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 200.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects