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Friday, March 8


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Art Conservation in the Classroom: Interdisciplinary Opportunities

Beth

Edelstein


Explore topics from the field of art conservation that can be used to deepen students' engagement in

artworks and teach science concepts at the same time. Best Practice Lecture

Fort Worth Ballroom 5/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education (CSTAE)

Maurice Blanchot's Critique of the Everyday: A Challenge for Art Edu
cation

Juuso

Tervo


The presentation examines Blanchot's critique of the everyday by focusing on the relationship between
visual culture and the everyday that generates it. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 101/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Middle

Level

Vinyl Exams: The Art Toy Movement

William David

Sanders


Learn about the ever growing art toy movement. Explore ways you can bring this world wide
phenomena into your classroom to spark creativity, reach out to families and foster community
invo
lvement. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 102/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Technology

Finding Anything Extreme?: Analyzing the Learning and Development Potential of Art Learning Websites

Tingting

Wang


This session describes and analyzes
nearly 50 popular art learning websites that are designed for self
learning by older youth, adolescents, and adults. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 103A/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Integrating Visual Journals with Pre
service Art Education Students Abroad

Bryna

Bobick


Discover examples and recommendations for the inclusion of visual journals in contemporary preservice
art education curricula. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 104/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:
25AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Pinning it Down: Finding New Artists and Exemplars to Increase Student Engagement at All Levels

Kannan

Cangro,

Leslie

O'Shaughnessy


Find new contemporary artists and exemplars to align with classroom themes and big ideas,
and benefit
from an ongoing virtual collaboration with colleagues across the country to find and share resources.
Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 108/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

-

8:25AM

Special Needs in Art Education (SNAE)

The Art Teacher's Role i
n School Re
-
Entry of Chronically Ill Students

Melinda

LeBoeuf


Learn how art teachers can assist in the adjustment process of students dealing with chronic illnesses
and help with reintegration of these into the school population. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 116/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Committee on Multiethnic Concerns (COMC)

Social Justice Art Education: An Equitable Path to Prosperity for South Korea

Yong
-
Sock

Chang,

Jihyung Ha

The fast
-
changing global climate presents new
changes for Korean art education. This presentation
advocates a new approach with focus on multiculturalism/interculturalism and social justice. Research
Lecture

Meeting Room 118/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Elementary

Connecting and Creating:
Collaborative Approaches in the Elementary Art Studio

Holly

Brown


Learn how a team of teachers worked together to design cross
-
curricular art lessons that focus on
research, investigation, and new iPad app technology in the art studio. Best Practice Lec
ture

Meeting Room 121B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Research

Beading rhizomatic interrelationships: Ways that middle school students interactions impact production
of relationships

Julie

Slivka


Teacher
-
researcher shares rhizomatic analysis
of qualitative research data focusing on middle school
students interactions in an after
-
school beading classroom. Explores students spoken and gestural
contributions in work and play. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 121C/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Design Issues Group (DIG)

Design Thinking + Common Core in the Art Room

Alison

Crane


Explore ways of embedding the design process into arts
-
based, cross
-
curricular lessons that are aligned
to CCSS. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room
121F/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Early Childhood Art Educators (ECAE)

Artistic Collaboration: Drawing Encouters Between Adults and Young Children

Alyssia

Ruggiero


The presenter shares an art experience while emphasizing the value of adult
and child collaboration.
Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 122/Center/1st Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Secondary

Drawing vs. the World: One Day Drawing & Painting Projects for the Bold Classroom

Matt

Milkowski,

Phyllis

Burstein


Inject your studio class

with energizing & innovative 45 minute drawing and painting lessons. Students
will find themselves disappearing into walls magically, creating monumental collaborative works, and
shocking dead artworks back to life in no time. Dra Best Practice Lecture

Me
eting Room 201A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Elementary

Performance Printmaking With a Steamroller

Sandy

Brunvand,

Sandy

Brunvand


Discover the experiences and results of creating large
-
scale woodcut prints with elementary students,
teachers,
and community members
--
using a steamroller as the printing press. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 203A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

-

8:25AM

Professional Development

Art Is the Answer: What Are the Questions?

Lexi

Cutcher,

Debi

West


This art
-
based
performance will provoke, stimulate, and confront ways that we can advocate for art
education. What can we do to bring art from the margins to the center? Performance

Meeting Room 203B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Curriculum and Instruction

The

Magic of Mixed Media; Influences from Judy Paul

Tina

Vercelli


This lesson explores the magical mixed media designs of Judy Paul. A lesson plan, PowerPoint and
fantastic student examples will be provided. Hands
-
on Demonstration

Meeting Room 204A/Center/
2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Secondary

Using Improvisation Techniques to Design Compositions

Toniann

DeGregory


Explore improvisation techniques that inspire and motivate students to create expressive compositions
in the art studio. Use this activi
ty with entry level as well as advanced students. Best Practice Lecture

Stockyards 1/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

International

Creating an Interactive Collaboration as Community Organizations

Hye Youn

Chung


Learn how an educational college
collaborates with an art museum in order to provide college students
with opportunities to engage with works of art. Best Practice Lecture

Sundance 2/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Advocacy

Voices From the Trenches: Art Educators Speak Out

Alexandr
a

Overby


Experience a multimedia documentary project that highlights art educators and their classroom. Using
interviews, photographs, and artwork, the presentation weaves the teachers' stories to create a
narrative about the highs and lows of being a t
eacher in t Research Lecture

Sundance 3/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Research

Inspired Inquiry: In
-
Depth Art Experiences for Non
-
Arts Teachers' Professional Development

Kerry

Dixon


High
-
quality, prolonged visual arts experiences fostered colla
boration and creative thinking in an inquiry
group of seasoned, non
-
arts teachers tasked with building model innovative curricula in an education
reform effort. Research Lecture

Sundance 4/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

-

8:25AM

Elementary

Making Memories
With Yearbook Self
-
Portraits

Marcia

Greenwood


Elementary students create outstanding art and memories, especially self
-
portraits, for yearbook. I will
share the success of making these notable yearbooks and the ease of creating them. Interactive
Discuss
ion

Texas Ballroom B/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:25AM

Professional Development

The Teaching Portfolio as a Living Narrative

Nan

Park


See a visual feast of teaching portfolio samples that exemplify a multi
-
layered, narrative approach to the
professional portfolio. Consider the portfolio as a dynamic expression of a teacher s evolving values and
beliefs about art and pedagogy. Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom J/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:50AM

Elementary

The Development of Critical A
bilities in Elementary Art Classrooms

Martha

Taunton,

Cynthia

Colbert


Explore how research about young children's critical development informs purposeful dialogue between
children and adults and about classroom strategies that scaffold learning and facil
itate development of
critical and reflective abilities. Best Practice Lecture

Fort Worth Ballroom 4/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:50AM

Higher Education

Surrendering Mastery: Reflecting, Observing, and Critiquing Teaching Through Critical Drama Pedagogy

Natalie

LeBlanc


This session will draw from the experiences of secondary visual art teacher candidates to inform/disrupt
the relevance, potential, and purpose of Critical Drama Pedagogy in their teacher education program.
Research Lecture

Meeting Room
202A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:50AM

Higher Education

Deepening and Widening Semantic Fields through Arts Integrated Inquiry

Pauline

Sameshima,

Patricia

Maarhuis


The usefulness of a multi
-
modal, transmethodological research framework called
parallaxic praxis is
analyzed juxtaposing two artist
-
researchers works through the lens of Stuart Hall s (1973)
communication theories on encoding and decoding. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 202B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

8:00AM

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8:50AM

Higher Education

Developing a Mostly Online Art Education Methods Course for Elementary Educators

Maribea

Barnes


The successes and challenges of developing a mostly online art education methods course for
elementary education majors will be discussed including the suita
bility of hands
-
on art activities in this
format.


Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom C/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

8:30AM

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9:50AM

2nd General Session

The Meantime: Before Digital/After Analogue

Annette

Lawrence


The Meantime: Before Digital/After Analog
ue is an illustrated presentation of the art of Annette
Lawrence. The balance of analogue and digital plays very large in the life and work of the artist
particularly as it relates to measuring the passage of time. Best Practice Lecture

Ballroom ABC/Center
/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Elementary

Elementary Carousel of Learning, Session 1
-

Assessment

Kirby

Meng,

Nancy

Walkup


Join us as Elementary educators from across the country share a wide variety of assessment strategies
and the impact they hav
e had in student learning and in their teaching!


Interactive Discussion

Fort Worth Ballroom 1/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

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10:50AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Building Communities: Rural Meets Suburban

Rachel

Downs,

Jennifer

Meadows


This best
practice lecture is age appropriate and adaptable for all levels K
-
12. The content of this
presentation comes from a cross
-
community artist trading card project taught in Kansas.


Best Practice Lecture

Fort Worth Ballroom 5/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Seminar for Research in Art Education (SRAE)

Then and Now: Perspectives on art learning and assessment from art education and learning sciences

Kimberly

Sheridan,

Thomas

Brewer
,
Read Diket
,
Lois

Hetland


How can we know what students learn in art

(and why should we care)? Join researchers to discuss
meaningful, valid and reliable ways to measure arts learning. Interactive Discussion

Meeting Room 100/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

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10:50AM

Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education (CSTAE)

Beyond

Subjectivity: Collective Practices of Visual Culture Between Critical Analysis and Performance of
Togetherness

Helene

Illeris,

Karsten

Arvedsen
,
Mira Kallio
-
Tavin
,
Kevin

Tavin


Turning away from subjectivity, of becoming self, we focus on (un)becoming
collective, community,
shared, and social, as object and subject for visual culture pedagogy Research Lecture

Meeting Room 101/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

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10:50AM

Middle Level

Middle School Medley: Connecting Art, Families, and Community

Mary

Coy


Explore a variety of successful projects that bring middle school students and parents together in a
creative and collaborative way all the while promoting art and cross curricular connections in school and
the greater community. Meaningful ideas = meani

Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 102/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Critical Thinking for the 21st Century

Cindy

Todd


Ensure that all of your classroom activities are truly educational, NOT just recreation with
art supplies.
Learn how to engage students in creative processing and enrich their brain power. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 103A/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Business Meeting

Writing for Art Education

Robert

Sweeny


This session is f
or prospective authors interested in submitting manuscripts for articles and

Instructional Resources to Art Education. The editorial process will be explained, guidelines will

be distributed, and questions will be answered. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 10
3B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgendered Issues Caucus (LGBTIC)

Oranges are not the only fruit: Myth, storytelling, language and the negotiation of identity

Andres

Peralta


This presentation examines shifting negot
iations of language, identity, gender and sexuality among
individuals who exist within marginalized communities. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 104/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

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10:50AM

Art Education Technology (AET)

The Arts and Media Communication
Curriculum and Professional Development Initiatives: Integrating
Art and Technology

Christina

Bain,

Paul

Bolin
,
Melinda Mayer
,
Kara

Hallmark


Observe an overview of the AMC curriculum and discuss how a summer teacher professional
development workshop helpe
d prepare art teachers for this exciting initiative, which integrated fine art
and technology. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 105/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Museum Education

Building a Better Teacher Advisory Board: Models for Involving

Teachers in Museum Education

Susan

Fonda,

Natalie

Svacina
,
Sarah Alvarez
,

Explore different models for successfully working with teachers from three museums from across the
country, and gain practical ideas for building a better teacher advisory board
at your own institution.
Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 108/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Committee on Multiethnic Concerns (COMC)

Unearthing Curriculum for Pre Service Teachers of Color

Elizabeth

Valentin


In this session learn how anti
racist education is falling flat for pre service teachers of color, and take the
opportunity to discuss curriculum that considers challenges beyond recruitment. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 110B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Caucus on the Spi
ritual in Art Education (CSAE)

Building Community Through the Unification of Opposites: Art, Science, the Sacred and the Self

Susan

Nakao


How do the opposite elements of art, science, the sacred and the self connect vertically and horizontally
in the
world of art and in 21st Century art education? Research Lecture

Meeting Room 116/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Committee on Lifelong Learning (LLL)

Visual Arts Lifelong Learning: Current Projects and New Possibilities

Priscilla

Lund,

Susan

Wh
iteland
,
Pamela Lawton
,
Liz

Rex


What is lifelong learning? What potential does it offer to art educators? This interactive forum invites
participants to share their concerns about visual arts lifelong learning as a purposeful endeavor.
Interactive Discuss
ion

Meeting Room 118/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Student Chapter (SC)

Student Leadership Development Forum

Amy

Pfeiler
-
Wunder,

Melissa

Righter
,
Amanda Batson
,
Kayla

Gale


Join the conversation as advisors, students, and the national student
chapter presidential team discuss
events, fundraisers, and service projects from the past year. Take new ideas to your student chapter
today! Presenter: Amy Pfeiler
-
Wunder Co
-
Presenters Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 121A/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00
AM

-

10:50AM

Technology

Open iPad Studio III

Cris

Guenter,

Susan

Gabbard


Connect with iPad or iPhone technology available for teaching art. Share and review applications with
special emphasis on process painting, drawing and photography, etc., with
job
-
alike peers. Interactive
Discussion

Meeting Room 121B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Research

Digital Visual Culture With Third Graders: Animation, VoiceThread, and Web Building in the Art Room

Patty

Bode


Art educators' role in engaging
our youngest students in multimedia cultural production is uncovered in
a yearlong action research project in an urban public school. Sponsored by NAEF grant. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 121C/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Advocacy

Action Pla
n: Advocate and Build Community

Carol

Trost


Advocate while building a school community. Learn about Professional Learning Communities through a
visual art model. Review an action plan and approaches to program enhancement. Student performance
examples
are shared. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 121D/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Design Issues Group (DIG)

New Ways of Engaging Design in Art Education

Nathalie

Hall,

Alana

Zussman


Two design educators share how to engage design by devising

creative lessons that promote innovative
thinking. Discover new hands
-
on and digital approaches to teaching design for K
-
12. Best Practice
Lecture

Meeting Room 121F/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Early Childhood Art Educators (ECAE)

Creating C
onnections: Interdisciplinary Education for Early Childhood

Pat

Tarr,

Linda

Louis
,
Pam Krakowski
,
Christine

Thompson


Using visual and narrative examples, panelists will address the questions: What is authentic
interdisciplinary education? How can
educators support adult learners and young children in creating
connections through interdisciplinary approaches? Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 122/Center/1st Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Higher Education

Manuel Barkan Award Lecture

Juan Carlos
Castro

Barkan Award Lecture is presented by an individual whose published work in either Art Education or
Studies in Art Education has contributed a product of scholarly merit to the field. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 200/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Secondary

Portfolio Perspectives: Developing student portfolios for college admissions

Helen

McElroy


This workshop will focus on preparing collections of your students' work for college applications.

Scholarship awarded portfolios of current
students at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago

will be shared. Research, media, content, organization an Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 201A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Advocacy

You Build It; They Will Come.

Donna

St. John


Lea
rn the most effective way to advocate for your program by exploring ways to design an all inclusive
art show that advocates your curriculum and student artwork. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 201B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Professional

Development

Open Mike Forum on Teacher Evaluation

Kathi

Levin


Through its participation in the national Arts Education Legislative Working Group, NAEA is engaged with
monitoring and developing recommendations regarding policies on a variety of arts and

education
issues. The development and implementation of new teac Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 201C/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Higher Education

Curriculum Inquiry and Design for School and Community
-
Based Art Education

Lynn

Beudert,

M
arissa

McClure


Explore selected conversations, research, and curricula that are highlighted in a forthcoming NAEA
publication, Curriculum Inquiry and Design for School and Community
-
Based Art Education. Research
Lecture

Meeting Room 202A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Higher Education

Building a Community of Learners: Reflective Practices in Early Field Experience

Stephanie

Danker,

Jennifer

O'Connor


Reflective practices and strategies for teaching reflection as a learning tool will be explor
ed to guide
student teachers through their early field experience and into their beginning years of teaching. Best
Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 202B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Ideology in the Art Room: Identifyin
g Values Ingrained in the Curriculum

Hallie

Jones


Learn to uncover complex social and cultural values subtly embedded in art curriculum and standards.
Explore ways to align your teaching philosophy with the curriculum you design and implement.


Interact
ive Discussion

Meeting Room 202C/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Museum Education

Community, Collection, and PreK Connections

Sara

Klein,

Kym

Shaw


An early childhood learning expert and Amon Carter museum educator connect physical, social, and

cognitive skills of PreK students with related skill
-
building, collection
-
based gallery activities, questioning
strategies, and art projects. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 202D/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

United States Society for Educ
ation through Arts (USSEA)

Quadratic Pedagogy and Hocq reila

Steve

Willis


This presentation will discuss the development of a broad application of pedagogy and assessment that
actively engages students in the arts classroom in the four directional chara
cteristics of the Hocq reila
Sweat Lodge: emotionality, divinity, intellectu Research Lecture

Meeting Room 203A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Professional Development

Cultivating Transformative Art Learning Communities for At
-
Risk Students

Vir
ginia

Freyermuth,

Peter

London


Create empathetic learning communities that are life
-
changing for at
-
risk students. Cultivate your
capacity to extend the horizons of possibility for each individual. Peter London, Co
-
Presenter. Best
Practice Lecture

Meetin
g Room 203B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Community Arts

UrbanARTsVOICE: Exploring Identity Through Creativity

Karen

Cummings


UrbanARTsVOICE, a mentoring program for at
-
risk adolescents, offers youth opportunities to explore
personal
understandings, question attitudes, and express desires through visual art media. Artwork and
reflective essays are shared. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 203C/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Visual Literacy: Learn

to See, See to Learn

Lynell

Burmark


Discover how visuals enhance and accelerate classroom instruction. (Humans process visuals 60,000
times faster than text!) Get free Visual Literacy book and draw for other valuable prizes! Best Practice
Lecture

Meeti
ng Room 204A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Research

Revisiting Field Dependence/Independence, Perception, Creativity, and Artistic Outcomes

John

Krenik


How students perceive their world impacts how and why they create art as they do. Field

dependence/independence provides some answers as to how artists see the world differently than
nonartists. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 204B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Secondary

Establishing and Maintaining A Quality AP Program

Jerry

Stef
l,

Patricia

Lamb


This presentation will focus on production and critique strategies for a successful completion of the AP
portfolios. Student exemplars will be used to define these best practice ideas. Best Practice Lecture

Stockyards 1/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Middle Level

Active Collectivism

Justine

Cheung,

Kerry

Harding


Discover how forming an Art Collective professionally and with students can reinforce individual
identities, while fostering safe community relationships. Best Practi
ce Lecture

Sundance 1/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

International

Designing Art Education: A Case Study from Ecuador

Daniel

Serig


Ecuador is creating programs to develop art teachers for public schools for the first time. Learn how a
country
with a vibrant arts culture designs a system of art education. Interactive Discussion

Sundance 2/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Research

Rethinking a K
-
12 Art Teacher Education Program: Voices From Student Teachers and Their Cooperating
Teachers

Jaehan

Bae


This research session presents and discusses student art teachers'
--
and their cooperating teachers
--
perceptions about the student art teachers' level of preparation.


Research Lecture

Sundance 4/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Secon
dary

FORMally Speaking: Graphic Novels

Amy

Counts,

Matthew

Sutherlin


This session presents the graphic novel as a method of engaging form and content of well known short
stories in order to re
-
imagine them in ways relevant to secondary students. Best
Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom A/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Higher Education

The Cross
-
Cultural Experiences of Asian Art Education Faculty in US Higher Education

Oksun

Lee


Let s listen the rarely heard story of Asian art education faculty

about their cross
-
cultural experience and
the meanings they attach to those experiences in U.S higher education. Research Lecture

Texas Ballroom C/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Museum Education

Curricular Considerations in Art Museums: New
Research from the Fields of Curriculum and Museum
Studies

Ann

Rowson Love,

Deborah

Randolph


Presenters share current research projects a content analysis of museum interpretive plans and their
alignment with cross
-
disciplinary curriculum models and dis
sertation findings concerning arts
integration curriculum models implemented in museums. Research Lecture

Texas Ballroom G/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Higher Education

Re
-
imagining teacher preparation programs: What Pre
-
service teacher candida
tes and our discipline
need now

Shari

Savage,

Dennis

Cannon


Presenters share the challenges of reinventing a teacher education program in response to critical shifts
in practice, theory, new teacher preparation assessments, and the changing needs of teac
her
candidates. Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom I/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:00AM

-

10:50AM

Professional Development

Creativity; Constructing, Connecting and Generating Community

Melody

Milbrandt


This session will explore creativity in the
construction of interdisciplinary knowledge, artistic thinking,
and building classroom communities in a variety of contexts based on Robert Root
-
Bernstein's Sparks of
Genius.


Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom J/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

10:30AM

-

10:55AM

Secondary

Rephotographing Communities: Examining Change Through Photographic Inquiry

Cala

Coats


From displaced communities to old corner stores, explore rephotography projects and considers
photographic inquiry as an embodied approach to examining commu
nity history and cultural change.
Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 106/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Super Session

The Art of Catching Criminals

Lois

Gibson


Lois Gibson, the World's Most Successful Forensic artist, will give an overview
of forensic art and how it
works. There are only 26 forensic artists working full
-
time in the entire US, yet forensic artists help catch
the criminal in 30% of the cases worke Best Practice Lecture

Ballroom ABC/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Mi
ddle Level

Middle Level Medley I: Multiple Presentations During the Course of One Session

Linda

Kieling,

Aimee

Burgamy
,
Pat Roberts
,

Variety of inspiring ideas shared by individuals on Middle Level Leadership Team from the unique
perspective of the
middle level learner and teacher. Different information than presented in session II.
Hands
-
on Demonstration

Fort Worth Ballroom 1/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Community Arts

A Community's Commitment to the Arts

D. Jack

Davis


The processes o
f developing a conceptual framework and implementation plan for infusing $5 million
into a small city's arts organizations in order to make it more livable will be described. Best Practice
Lecture

Meeting Room 100/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education (CSTAE)

Whither Guattari?: Revolutionary ecologies of art and education

Jason

Wallin,

jan

jagodzinski


This presentation will discuss the artistic thought of Felix Guattari including its import for ecological
tho
ught, the emerging field of posthuman studies, and the revolution of the social sphere from under
the power of integrated world capitalism (IWC). Research Lecture

Meeting Room 101/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Leadership Series

Conversation
About Leadership

Deborah

Reeve,

F. Robert Sabol


Join NAEA President, Bob Sabol, and Executive Director, Deborah B. Reeve, and members of the NAEA
Board of Directors for an informal conversation about leadership. Whether you are an experienced
leader or

interested in pursuing leadership opportunities. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 102/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Technology

Connected Art Educators: The Art of Leveraging Social Media to Build a Personal Learning Network

Craig

Roland,

Ian

Sands
,
Tricia Fuglestad
,
Elizabeth

Delacruz


Four presenters share tips and tricks on starting and growing a personal learning network. Useful online
tools and resources will be provided. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 103A/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Curriculum and Instruction

Exploring bullying through artmaking

Benjamin

Tellie,

Josh

Dracup


This presentation will explore two art teachers lessons on how middle school students can identify,
react to, and prevent bullying through va
rious art projects in the studio classroom. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 104/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Seminar for Research in Art Education (SRAE)

Narrative Inquiry: Museum Education and Civic Engagement

Rina

Kundu


A study on how

art museums engage in civics and construct a user
-
friendly environment will be
presented. Strategies for community interactions through narrative constructions will be discussed.
Research Lecture

Meeting Room 106/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Museum Education

Engaging the Whole Family: Intergenerational Learning in Art Museums

Rachel

Goldberg,

Emily

Schreiner


What does a successful family visit look like? Discuss with educators from the Philadelphia Museum of
Art and The Phillips Collection
how to create meaningful experiences for intergenerational groups. Best
Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 108/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Women's Caucus (WC)

Undoing Barbie

Michelle

Bae,

Olga

Ivashkevich


Ethnographic accounts of preteen boys'
and girls' Barbie play and an afterschool Barbie workshop reveal
the doll's multiple and ambiguous readings. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 110B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Special Needs in Art Education (SNAE)

Outlaws, Rebels, and Rogues: Cr
eative Underachievers

Nan

Hathaway


Those trouble
-
makers and misfits hiding out in the artroom might be one thing more: gifted. An art
teacher trained in gifted education describes formulas for success using student
-
directed, choice
-
based
programming. Be
st Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 116/Center/1st Floor


Friday

Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

United States Society for Education through Arts (USSEA)

Culturally Sensitive Art Educational Practices in Local and Global Communities

Marjorie

ManifoldEnid Zimmerman
,
Steve

Willis


Three editors of a Handbook, to be published by NAEA, discuss resources and strategies that support
student learning through promoting cultural sensitivity and participation in a globally interconnected
world. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Ro
om 121A/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Elementary

So You Want To Sponsor An Elementary Art Club?

Bob

Reeker,

Lorinda

Rice


Kids love creating anytime! Providing creative experiences through an art club is valuable time spent.
Join us as we
explore ways to organize and deliver quality art club time to young artists. Best Practice
Lecture

Meeting Room 121B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Research

National Coalition for Arts Integration: A Conversation Between State Programs and a Gr
aduate
Research Team

Sarah

Cunningham,

Luke

Meeken
,
Lauren Austin
,
Jesse

White


After a partnership with leaders of 5 statewide art integration programs, student researchers from
Virginia Commonwealth University present research and recommendations for a N
ational Coalition on
Arts Integration. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 121C/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Advocacy

State Advocacy for State and Local Leaders

John

Abodeely


The Kennedy Center is investing in state policy advancement for arts
education. This session will be both
a how
-
to for state policy impact, as well as a discussion about your state challenges. Best Practice
Lecture

Meeting Room 121D/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Research

Becoming (time) and/or Being (space) Art

Teacher: A Spatio
-
temporal Approach to Pre
-
service Art
Education Practices

Justin P.

Sutters,

Laura

Hetrick


Employing varied philosophic/pedagogical approaches, researchers discuss and debate the multiple
means in which student teachers negotiate/come t
o know their students, their surroundings, and
themselves while maneuvering a major life transition. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 121F/Center/1st Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Secondary

2012 National Secondary Art Educator and National Art Honor Society

Sponsor of the Year

Lynn

Felts,

Diane

Scully
,
Debi West
,

The 2012 National Secondary Art Educator of the year, Diane Scully, and the 2012 National Art Honor
Society Sponsor of the Year, Debi West, present a combined showcase with award
-
winning best
pr
actices for exemplary art education and national art honor s Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 200/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Secondary

Creating a Summer Art Camp for Secondary Students

Michelle

Montierth,

Mel

Ralph


In this session, we w
ill share with you how we planned, promoted and implemented a very successful
week long summer art camp for secondary students. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 201A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Student Chapter (SC)

Student Teaching
Strategies for Applying Current Theory in Art Education

Lisa

Kastello


Participants will actively identify disconnects between higher education learning and implementation of
that learning during the classroom portion of student teaching. Interactive Dis
cussion

Meeting Room 201B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Museum Education

Art Museums & Teaching Artists: A Powerful Professional Development Partnership

Amanda

Kodeck,

Pat

Cruz


Learn how the Walters Art Museum & Young Audiences joined forces

to provide professional
development for classroom educators.Discuss the benefits of building a sustainable professional
development partnership & explore how teachers write arts integrated l Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 202D/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Elementary

Using Art Themes as a Conceptual Framework for Designing Elementary Art Instruction

Cheryl

Williams


This presentation introduces a theme
-
based curriculum framework for elementary art instruction that is
centered on ten sign
ificant art themes that connect the world of art to young students. Best Practice
Lecture

Meeting Room 203A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Professional Development

National Art Education Foundation Featured Grantee Projects

Dean

Johns,

Patty

Bo
de
,
Carleen Johns
,

Ruth Halvorsen Professional Development grantee Carleen H. Johns presents her project on Lapidary =
Art + Science, a study of cold connections and glass fusing in order to teach students how to work with
them. NAEF Research grantee Pa
tty Bode presents her Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 203B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Higher Education

Memory

John Howell

White,

Doug

Blandy


Attendees will be asked to reconsider the role of memory in visual arts education, where it is

sometimes
considered a lesser form of cognition, inconvenient, and un
-
teachable. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 203C/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Curriculum and Instruction

The Crayon Box That Talked: A District
-
Wide Collaborative Story

Heidi

O'Hanley,

Elizabeth

Farnesi
-
Mitchell


Create and Collaborate! Learn how an entire school district teamed together to share positive
messages, lessons and projects inspired by the book "The Crayon Box that Talked" by Shane Derolf.
Lesson examples from t
he art teachers and others in the distr Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 204A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Research

The Role and Efficacy of the Visual Arts in Inquiry
-
Driven Curriculum with Culturally Diverse 4th Graders

Angela

La Porte


This five
-
month ethnographic study is an exploration of the art specialist and classroom teachers roles
and efficacy in an inquiry
-
driven learning community of culturally diverse 4th
-
graders. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 204B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

11
:00AM

-

11:50AM

Secondary

Contemporary Art in the High School Classroom: Nontraditional Materials and Contemporary Themes

Julie

Tonkovich


The contemporary arts can prepare students for the 21st century as creative problem
-
solvers, critical
thinkers and
collaborators. Explore three contemporary art projects: packing tape sculpture, postcard
art and yarn bombing. Best Practice Lecture

Stockyards 1/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

International

Visual Culture at the Top of the World: Cross
-
Cultural
Investigations of Contemporary Art Education

Kevin

Tavin,

Mira

Kallio
-
Tavin
,
Clayton Funk
,
Juuso

Tervo


Explore how Finnish, American, and Swedish art educators investigated four themes in contemporary art
education: Visual Culture and Media Education, Edu
cation in Museums, Multicultural Art Education, and
Environmental Art Education Interactive Discussion

Sundance 2/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Advocacy

Blogging & Other Shameless Self Promotion

Ted

Edinger


Explore how to promote your program

and connect to the community around you: blogging and
building relationships to let others in on the importance of art education. Best Practice Lecture

Sundance 3/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Research

Visual Literacy and the Untimely Transmogr
ification of the Problem

Jessie

Beier


Investigate the potential problematic of visual literacy through an exploration of philosophy and
contemporary art in order to work toward creating new ways of thinking about art in/and the world.
Research Lecture

S
undance 4/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Secondary

Ceramic Cultural Connections

Lisa

Crubaugh


Resources from Japan, Mexico, Southwest Native America, and the Islamic world inspire form and
design. Student work will show forming and decorating
techniques appropriate for both beginning and
accomplished students. Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom A/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Elementary

Using Enduring Ideas for Integrating Art and Literacy

Karen

Heid


Enduring ideas as the
cohesive binding was used for integrating poetry and creative writing with dance,
theater and visual art in a Pre
-
K through 5th grade elementary school. Research Lecture

Texas Ballroom B/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Assessment

Teacher Assessmen
t Rubrics Measure Growth Using Portfolios of Student Work

Gregg

Coats,

Amy

Lutterloh
,
Erica Page
,
Addison

Odum


In partnership with the TDOE, Memphis City Schools has developed and implemented a teacher
evaluation system using student growth in the arts as

a key variable. Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom G/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Museum Education

Studio Art Classes and Artmaking Workshops in Museums

Briley

Rasmussen,

Jackie

Terrassa
,
Kelly McKinley
,

A discussion of philosophical appr
oaches to the value of making art in the context of art museums and
how they can guide the planning and implementation of programs. Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom H/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Higher Education

Preparing Exceptional Art T
eachers with TEAM Approach: Art Teachers, Education Faculty, Art
Supervisors, and Mentors

Katherine

Schwartz


Learn how art education faculty, district art supervisors, and certified art teachers are using a team
approach for mentoring art student
teachers as they become exceptional new art teachers. Best
Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom I/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

11:50AM

Professional Development

Maine Arts Teachers Lead the Way: Toward Exemplary Teaching and Learning in the Arts

Bronwyn

Sale,

Argy

Nestor
,
Catherine Ring
,

Explore a grass
-
roots, collaborative professional development model that has led to exciting growth in
teaching and learning, fosters reflection, and bridges the gap between theory and practice in arts
classrooms.


Bes
t Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom J/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

11:00AM

-

12:50PM

Higher Education

Drawing Connections Between Community Arts and Higher Education

Lisa

Hochtritt,

John

Ploof
,
Pamela Harris Lawton
,
Anne

Thulson

, Jorge Lucero

Higher Ed Forum faci
litated by Lisa Hochtritt and Krista Robinson, President, Community Arts Caucus.
Representatives from SAIC, Corcoran College of Art & Design, University of Illinois, and Metropolitan
State College of Denver share projects that link com Best Practice Lectur
e

Meeting Room 202A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Curriculum and Instruction

Lessons Learned: A Successful District
-
Wide Art Assessment

Tamra

Ferreira,

Aaron

Stratten


Discover how a large school district is using authentic assessment to
measure effectiveness of the
elementary art program. Learn about the design and process; see the resulting artwork and data. Best
Practice Lecture

Fort Worth Ballroom 5/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Supervision and Administration

Improving Studi
o Practice Through the Common Core

Mark

Coates,

Gino

Molfino


The Common Core can be a vehicle to improve studio practice. Learn how one school district used the
narrative/storytelling tradition as a "hook" to introduce the ELA Common Core standards.
Best Practice
Lecture

Meeting Room 100/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education (CSTAE)

Theoretical Directions for Understanding Race, Class, Sex
-
Gender, and Power in Social Justice
-
Oriented
Art Education

Amelia

Kraehe,

Amelia

Kraehe
,
Joni Boyd Acuff
,

This discussion examines new directions for engaging justice
-
oriented research, specifically critical social
frameworks that can expand our understanding of race, class, sex
-
gender, and power in art education.
Res
earch Lecture

Meeting Room 101/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Leadership Series

Me, A Leader? OMG!

Linda

Popp


Do you see yourself as a leader? I bet your students do. Take your leadership skills beyond your
classroom. You have what it takes
to build your program, promote the field of art education, participate
in your state organization, run for an office, etc. Y Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 103A/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Curriculum and Instruction

Eureka! A K
-
12
Cognitive Skills Matrix For Developing and Assessing Creativity

Raymond

Veon


This presentation provides a clear, coherent model of creativity as an executive
-
level cognitive process,
a detailed, K
-
12 cognitive skills matrix for developing creativity, cl
assroom case studies, and specific
assessment strategies. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 103B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgendered Issues Caucus (LGBTIC)

Critique Boutique III: Left Out Shout Out

Robert

Sweeny,

B. Stephen

Carpenter II
,
Juan Carlos Castro
,
Mindi

Rhoades


Hey you! Rejected? Dejected? Not anymore, friends. Come play to win! Big money! Fame! Acclaim!
Dodge the big whammies of the isms. Participants invited to share rejected research shout outs.
P
erformance

Meeting Room 104/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Art Education Technology (AET)

2nd Annual Art Education and Technology (AET) Special Forum

David

Gill


Having to make tough choices about which art and technology presentation to atte
nd? In this session,
presenters will offer short summaries of their full presentations covering a range of topics. Research
Lecture

Meeting Room 105/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Seminar for Research in Art Education (SRAE)

Aesthetics as ab
-
us
e of community

Richard

Siegesmund


Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak suggests that aesthetic acts of play and ab
-
use are transformational gestures
that resist a tyrannical globalizing community. Curricular implications for an aesthetics of ab
-
use will be
discus
sed. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 106/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Museum Education

Museum Education Research Forum

Anne

Manning,

Randi

Korn


Learn about the Museum Education Division Research Initiative and NAEA Research Commission. Hear
about results from visioning sessions with museum educators, a working session with art museum
leaders, and focus groups conducted with NAEA members. Discuss Research Lecture

Meeting Room 108/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Committee on
Multiethnic Concerns (COMC)

Doris Henderson Newcomers School: Preparing Newcomers for Success in America School, Culture, and
Beyond

Maria

Lim,

Victoria

Wreden
-
Sadeq


This presentation will discuss a public school
-
university collaborative study about the
significances of the
historical perspectives and contemporary art educational values of the Doris Henderson Newcomers
School in Greensboro, North Carolina that serves Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 110B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Commit
tee on Lifelong Learning (LLL)

Art in Everyday Places: Transforming Adult Identities as Non
-
artists

Liz

Rex


Adults who identify as non
-
artists provide insights into the far
-
reaching effects of art education
experiences. In this study, a vernacular art c
urriculum was introduced to encourage lifelong engagement
with art. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 118/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Elementary

Elementary Western and Southeastern Regional Award Winners Showcase

Kirby

Meng,

Lorinda

Rice
,
Scott
Russell
,

Join the 2013 Elementary Regional award winners from the Western and Southeastern regions as they
discuss best practices in their classroom. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 121B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Research

Art and
science and drawing : questions, connections, and interventions in learning

Ron

Wigglesworth,

jan

jagodzinski


This research offers suggestions on how an interdisciplinary art intervention curriculum might enhance
the learning experience for the most
hesitant student and teacher. The presentation will also provide
some overview as to why science and art has become Research Lecture

Meeting Room 121C/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Advocacy

Transforming a Saturday School Art Exhibition into a
Film Festival

Shei
-
Chau

Wang,

Liz

Rex


A multimedia presentation will report on experimental changes in a Saturday school program: instead of
ordinary art lessons and a final exhibition, film productions and child
-
parent joint events. Best Practice
Lectur
e

Meeting Room 121D/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Supervision and Administration

State of the Arts Assessment

Cheryl

Maney,

Barbara

Laws
,
Angie Fischer
,

What is the state of common arts assessments in our nation? Learn from supervisors abou
t formats,
content, and results of developed assessments. Use information to help yourself/school/district in
future development. Interactive Discussion

Meeting Room 121E/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Design Issues Group (DIG)

School Redesign

Through a Charrette Design Process

Douglas

Marschalek


Learn how to change your school
-
built environment through intense multi
-
day design exercises
(charrette) involving many stakeholders from concept, ideation, viable plan to completion within a
year. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 121F/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Secondary

31 Nights

Michael

Bell


Ignite passion and creativity in your students through learning how to engage them in 31 Nights of self
-
portraiture. Innovative
approach to artmaking processes, awesome for AP Drawing and Photography
students. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 200/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Secondary

What Art Colleges Wish You Were Teaching

Kristen

Morrison


Beyond the entrance p
ortfolio, learn about concepts, topics, techniques, and activities that benefit all
high school students and mirror the skills needed to be successful in college and professionally. Hands
-
on Demonstration

Meeting Room 201A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Professional Development

2 Brains Are Better Than 1: How to Use Collaboration and Cooperative Learning

Angela

Fischer,

Julie

Ryan
,
Melissa Cleaver
,

This interactive session engages and inspires participants to utilize brain
-
based research in t
heir
classrooms and meetings. Presenters include strategies from researchers and educators to show how
easy it is to build a community of successful learners. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 201B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Higher Educat
ion

Teacher as Filter: How Do Art Teachers Apply/Resist Visual Culture Art Education?

Kristin

Goble


This qualitative dissertation study explores examples of teachers resistance towards current theory,
insights into how teachers determine what is
successful art, who will become a successful artist, as well
as measurements for determining appropriate art Research Lecture

Meeting Room 202B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Museum Education

CIA: Crowdsourcing in Action

Emily

KoteckiAmy Homma
,
Laura

Hoffman


You ve got questions? The NAEA community has answers! Participate in a rapid
-
fire, interactive session
that uses crowdsourcing to ask and answer questions about museum education. Interactive Discussion

Meeting Room 202D/Center/2nd Floor


F
riday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Elementary

Critical Thinking, Creating, Communicating and Collaborating in the Elementary Art Room

Jason

Blair


Learn how to plan a lesson that incorporates 21st
-
century skills, allows for student choice, and uses
multiple ways to

assess student growth. Learn how to create an art room that turns current theory into
amazing, intellectually challenging, and relevant Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 203A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Curriculum and Instruction

Power! Ho
w does art show us who has it and who doesn t?

Joanne

Sowell,

Shari

Hofschire


Through a cross
-
cultural art lesson, explore empowerment and disempowerment from ancient cultures
to contemporary art to connect the issues in the lives of students today to t
heir art making. Best
Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 204A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Research

New media in art: Exploring non
-
traditional art materials and their instructional value in teaching
practice

SeungYeon

Lee


Participants will be
introduced to divergent, global, and unconventional types of art materials and will
be able to identify instructional value of those newly introduced materials. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 204B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Secondary

Teens a
s Contemporary Artists: Building Communities of Self
-
Directed Artistic Inquiry

Jack

Watson,

Todd

Elkin


In this interactive session, secondary teachers confront the challenge of integrating the conceptual and
the technical, presenting approaches to art
-
ce
ntered, interdisciplinary curriculum that position the
student as a contemporary artist. Best Practice Lecture

Stockyards 1/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Middle Level

On Board for the Journey Sharing the Passion for Visual Journals

Mary Ann

Dobs
on,

Harold

Pearse
,
Karly Lagore
,

How can artists and educators integrate visual journals into classroom and pedagogical processes as a
tool of inquiry? Share our journey through conversation providing both tactile and visual examples. Best
Practice Lect
ure

Sundance 1/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

International

Self
-
Portrait and Beyond: Instructional Differences Influence on Students' Work

Jun

Gao


Explore how instructional differences influence on students' work in American and Chinese high
school
art classrooms. Learn how American high school art students are different from their Chinese
counterparts. Research Lecture

Sundance 2/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Research

Arts
-
Based Research: How I Did It

Colleen

Brennan


Presenter
discusses doctoral dissertation, Portraits of High School Students and Their Perceptions of
their Learning in Visual Arts, from an arts
-
based research methods standpoint. Research Lecture

Sundance 4/Omni/3rd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Secondary

Aristo
tle's Appeals and Advertising Art

Elizabeth

Meyer


Visual persuasive appeals are used to sell products and values. Our students need to understand images
as persuasive arguments and decide for themselves what their attitude toward these arguments are.
Be
st Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom A/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Elementary

Inquiry and Creativity in the Elementary Classroom

Nancy

Lampert


Discover how inquiry
-
based lessons can increase the creativity of your art students. See examples o
f
student art from inquiry
-
based art programs. Discuss ways to use inquiry in your teaching. Handouts.
Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom B/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Higher Education

Reflection as a Means to Deepen Community Connections an
d Discover Professional Identity

Carrie

Nordlund,

Julie

Hovanec


Presenters share novel strategies of reflective practice employed by pre
-
service art educators that are
also innovative ways for any art educator to creatively self
-
monitor, self
-
represent,
and self
-
regulate.
Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom C/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Museum Education

Teens Curate Online: A Chicago Learning Network Project

Robin

Schnur,

Vanessa

Sanchez
,
Akili Lee
,

The Art Institute of Chicago,
Yollocalli Arts Reach, and Digital Youth Network share a collaborative
project that allows teens to learn skills related to curating exhibitions and practice by creating online
exhibitions of their own and their peers work. Best Practice Lecture

Texas Bal
lroom G/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Museum Education

Is it Time to Break Up with Your Docent?

Brooke

Rosenblatt,

William

Crow
,
Anne Sautman
,
Anna

Sparks


Learn how four museums have approached this sensitive decision. Take away concrete strate
gies for
your community, from retraining, reassigning, and dismissing docents to exercising influence to ensure a
smooth transition. Best Practice Lecture

Texas Ballroom H/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Higher Education

Pinterest
--
Mindless Addict
ion or Valuable Site of Teachingand Learning?

Roy

Reynolds,

Laurie

Gatlin
,
Marjorie Manifold
,

How do pre
-
service and in
-
service teachers effectively use Pinterest and other online social networks?
Join our panel to discuss how these sites may either enr
ich or trivialize teaching and learning. Interactive
Discussion

Texas Ballroom I/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

12:50PM

Professional Development

Meaningful Mentorships between Cooperating Teachers and Teaching Interns

Nan

Park


Discuss the complex
layers inherent in an art classroom partnership between mentor and intern at all
levels of pre
-
service fieldwork. Hear the perspectives of both cooperating teachers and teaching
interns. Interactive Discussion

Texas Ballroom J/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

1:25PM

Research

The National Survey of Arts Education: Opportunities for Analyses and Comparisons

Doug

Herbert


After a 10
-
year wait, the national survey report on the conditions of arts education, Arts Education in
Public Elementary and Second
ary Schools, was released in April 2012. The report is important for not
only its data and findings as of the 2009
-
10 schoo Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 121A/Center/1st Floor


Friday

12:00PM

-

1:25PM

Professional Development

New National Standards fo
r Visual Arts: A Progress Report

Dennis

Inhulsen


This panel discussion/presentation will provide members with a report as to the progress of writing new
national visual arts standards as sponsored by the National Coalition for Core Arts Standards. Membe
rs
of the writing team will share their experience Interactive Discussion

Meeting Room 203B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:25PM

Technology

Do
-
it
-
yourself Robots: A practical demonstration of an interactive art project.

Philip

Robbins


Learn how to b
uild DIY robots using easily sourced and inexpensive materials. Teachers will be provided
with exemplars, practical tips and strategies for introducing robotics within their regular classroom
activities. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 103A/Center/1st F
loor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Super Session

James Surls at Seven
-
Oh!!

James

Surls


Internationally acclaimed sculptor James Surls will discuss his artwork from his beginnings in Texas to his
current work produced at his studio in Carbondale, Colorado. In
Texas he created an amazing array of
wooden and metal sculptures of immense charact Best Practice Lecture

Ballroom ABC/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Elementary

Elementary Carousel of Learning, Session 2
-

Standards
-
Based, Data
-
Driven
Instruction

Kirby

Meng,

Nancy

Walkup


In this session, educators from across the country will host short presentations and discussions on a
variety of topics related to a standards
-
based, data
-
driven approach to instruction. Interactive
Discussion

Fort Wo
rth Ballroom 1/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Curriculum and Instruction

Art and the Scientific Process

Nicole

Hunter,

Sarah

Brogren


Explore an interdisciplinary approach to how the scientific process relates to art production.
Participants will

discover a variety of classroom
-
friendly science integrated art lessons. Best Practice
Lecture

Fort Worth Ballroom 4/Omni/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Community Arts

Confluence and Negotiation: Experiences of Learning Through an International Communi
ty
-
Based Art
Education Project

Paul

Bolin,

Elizabeth

Barry
,
Emily Cayton
,
Emily

Waters


Ten Art Education graduate students and faculty from The University of Texas at Austin engaged in a
community
-
based artmaking project in Antigua, Guatemala.
Participants discuss insights gained through
this experience. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 100/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Retired Art Educators Association (RAEA)

Staying Active As an NAEA Retiree

Robert W.

Curtis,

Sharon

Christman
,
Madeline

Milidonis
-
Fritz
,
Sally

Babin


Outstanding RAEA members share their active art education involvement since retiring through mutual
discussiionand exploration. Each will highlight significant contributions in their communities and
encourage individual leg
acy building. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 101/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Middle Level

Colorful Prints With Black Lines: A Cross
-
Cultural Printmaking Units That Explores An Innovative Inking
Technique

Tracy

Fortune


Gain insights into

teaching printmaking including learning an innovative brush inking technique to
produce stunning results. Highlights inspiring culturally connected units and fantastic advocacy
opportunities for uniquely sharing the prints. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting R
oom 102/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Technology

Explorations in Virtual Worlds: New Digital Multi Media Literacy Investigations for Art Educators

Mary

Stokrocki,

David

Gill
,
June Julian
,

Besides explaining history, concepts/principles, we of
fer multi
-
level, virtual world teaching & research
models: second life digital stories, lifelong learning and disabilities, Game Engine, machinima, sim
-
on
-
a
-
stick, networking, & evaluation. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 103B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Curriculum and Instruction

Beyond the Poster: Art as a Language for Peace

Pat

Tarr


Grounded in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, aesthetics, and values of art education, the
session will explore how art can become a language
for peace. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 104/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Museum Education

Burning Questions and Big Ideas in Museum Education

Stacy

Fuller


Discuss burning questions and big ideas related to museum education, and work
together to refine
thoughts, challenge assumptions, and shape your practice. Leave this interactive session energized with
new perspectives. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 108/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Committee on Multiethnic Concerns (
COMC)

Integrated Culture
-
Based Arts and Design Learning in STEM Disciplines

James

Bequette


Place
-
based arts and design learning in STEM disciplines: A narrative study of one art teacher's embrace
of local indigenous knowledge, social and kinship network
s, and families relying on natural resources.
Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 110B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Caucus on the Spiritual in Art Education (CSAE)

Touchstones of Transformation: Navigating Change Through Art

Barbara

Caldwell


Holistic educational benefits of the interactive installation Touchstones of Transformation: Navigating
the Process of Change will be shared. Participants will explore ways teaching and art can foster holistic
growth. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room
116/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Elementary

Building a Community of Learners: Classroom Management for the Real World of Art Education

Bonnie

Rushlow


Elementary and middle school teachers will explore practical strategies for creating a posi
tive learning
environment and procedures for handling the diverse challenges of the ever
-
changing art classroom.
Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 121B/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Research

Developing a Community of Inquirers: Strengthening th
e Role of Creativity in Art Education

Enid

Zimmerman,

Flavia

Bastos


Five authors and the two editors of a forthcoming NEA book on creativity will discuss the role of history,
contemporary issues, pedagogies, arts
-
based research, and intercultural
perspectives in art education.
Research Lecture

Meeting Room 121C/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Research

Standing Up, for a Change: Voices of Arts Educators

Christine

Ballengee Morris,

Kevin

Tavin


Join the editors and authors of the new publi
cation, Stand(ing) Up, for a Change, for a discussion on
activism and leadership, and hear stories of hope and possibility, for change. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 121D/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Early Childhood Art Educators (ECAE)

Baby
Tours at The Toledo Museum of Art

Kathy

Danko
-
McGhee


Museum tours were designed to help to facilitate art viewing experiences for parents and their babies.
Observations of the babies and their interactions with the artworks and with their parents will
be
shared. Research Lecture

Meeting Room 122/Center/1st Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Research

Lowenfeld Lecture

Christine

Marme


Annual lecture presented by the recipient of the Lowenfeld Award, which recognizes individuals who
have made significant con
tributions to the field of art education. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 200/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Secondary

Empowering Student Voice Through Photographic Portraits

Kristi

Oliver


View examples of student work while exploring how t
o help students use their photographs to
communicate ideas through the creation of narrative portraits. Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 201A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Retired Art Educators Association (RAEA)

Blending Our Voices

Elizabeth

Smith
-
Cox,

Linda

Willis Fisher
,
Melissa Righter
,

This is an annual joint session of RAEA and NAEA Student Chapters with the program highlight being the
recognition of the 2013 Outstanding NAEA Student Chapter who will present an illustrated summary of
t
he chapter's aim and activities. Interactive Discussion

Meeting Room 201B/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Higher Education

Creating Community Around Art Education History for Teaching, Research, Learning, and Artmaking

Ann

Holt,

Ami

Kantawala
,
Jim Daidencht
,

Learn and discuss the benefits and challenges of bringing a community of practice together. Share
strategies to foster it, practical outcomes, and how to sustain and build it over time. Interactive
Discussion

Meeting Room 202B/Center/2nd
Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Curriculum and Instruction

Cleaning Our World Through Art: Exploring Ecology Through Contemporary Art

Lisa

LaJevic,

Gabriel

Randazzo


How can we clean up our world, one artwork at a time? This presentation provides unique les
son ideas
that investigate contemporary artists and the ecological themes woven throughout their work. Best
Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 202C/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Elementary

Trash is the Failure of Imagination: Creative Reuse Education

Mary Elizabeth

Cantu


Where can you find creativity and the arts? The trash. Be inspired and re
-
energized by ordinary,
everyday objects. Together we can provide eco
-
conscious opportunities in creativity. Hands
-
on
Demonstration

Meeting Room 203A/Center/2
nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Advocacy

Everyday Advocacy: How to Make an Effective Case for Arts Education

Sandra

Ruppert


On any given day, art educators and administrators may find themselves needing to make the case for
the importance and
relevance of arts education. Whether it is in the context of writing a grant proposal,
meeting with a parent or school leader, or simpl Best Practice Lecture

Meeting Room 203C/Center/2nd Floor


Friday

1:00PM

-

1:50PM

Curriculum and Instruction

No English,

No Problem: Teaching Art to Immigrants and Refugees

Julie

Ryan


Adapting lesson plans for non
-
English speaking students is just the beginning. Master teacher will share
ideas, strategies and accommodations to help your lessons meet their needs. Best Pra
ctice Lecture

Meeting Room 204A/Center/2nd Floor


Friday