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NC Professional Teaching Standards

Page history last edited by Gina Christoffel 7 years, 10 months ago

This link has some good info: http://www.gcsnc.com/teacheval/materials.htm

 

Essential Standards Link: 

 http://arts.ncwiseowl.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_4500624/File/K-8Visual%20Arts.pdf

 

New Standards to copy into lessons.docx

 

EVIDENCE OF LEADERSHIP: Standard 1

  • Serving on your school's Leadership Team
  • Participating in a Goal Team or Committee at your school
  • Being in charge of the United Arts Campaign
  • Teaching a workshop or presenting at a meeting
  • Mentoring new teachers
  • Being an active member of PTA
  • Art Fundraising
  • Participating in Kids Voting
  • Setting up a website, blog, wiki
  • Attending leadership conferences
  • Bringing in visiting artist to your school or hosting an art day
  • Making recommendations for school improvement
  • Attending and teaching at conferences
  • Have students set personal learning goals in rubrics, sketchbooks or journals
  • Collaborate with other teachers
  • Integrate curriculum
  • Support a positive and safe learning environment
  • Encourage others to be ethical and professional 

 

EVIDENCE OF DIVERSITY, Standard 2

  • Multi-cultural lesson plans
  • Place diverse learners at each table team
  • Provide accommodations for diverse learners
  • Follow students IEP's
  • Incorporating cultural terms and language by allowing students to contribute to the lesson
  • Encourage individual interests/cultures by making students aware of educational art opportunities
  • Collaborating with PTA
  • Displaying art work in the community

 

EVIDENCE OF CONTENT, Standard 3

  • Lesson plans
  • Lesson plans with literacy
  • Certification or documentation of attendance at:
    • professional development
    • conferences
    • workshops
    • classes
  • SCOS
  • Student work samples
  • Pictures of art displayed in school and community
  • Lesson plans with work samples of collaboration with classroom teachers
  • Lesson plans and works samples of lessons adapted for special needs
  • Lists or lesson plans reflecting books used in the classroom
  • Evidence of vertical alignment within our discipline and content area

 

EVIDENCE OF FACILITATING, Standard 4 

  • lesson plans for diverse learners/differenciated instruction
  • "casual conferences" with students (helping students improve art work during studio time)
  • monitors learning through assessment/rubrics
  • models how to use tools and techniques appropriate for grade level 

 

 

EVIDENCE OF REFLECTION AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH, Standard 5

  • adapt and change lesson,
  • activity and content to improve student understanding and achievement (this is ongoing)
  • journaling as a reflective tool
  • rubrics, quizzes, self-assessment and student self-assessment
  • attend professional development Art Education conferences and GCS monthly Art mtgs for content specific training, workshops, strategies, lesson sharing, and application of new ideas
  • research, online, book lists, technology integration, Art Education magazine articles

ARTS EDUCATION ESSENTIAL STANDARDS

The Arts Education Essential Standards (Version 3.0) are posted online

at: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/standards/phase2/

. The standards were approved by the State Board of Education (SBE) in September 2010 and are scheduled to be implemented during the 2012-13 school year.

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