How to interlock Visual Arts understandings, learning intentions and success criteria with the recently released Australian Curriculum: The Arts, General Capabilities, Cross‐ curriculum Priorities and AusVELS.
Monday 24 March
Registration: 9am for a 9:15am start. Workshop from 9:15-4:00pm
Morning tea and lunch provided *Includes an introduction to SAM and a teacher viewing of the current exhibition(s)
Thursday 13 March 5:00 – 7:30pm (Registration & Refreshments from 4:30)
Thursday 20 March 5:00 – 7:30pm (Registration & Refreshments from 4:30)
The 34th World Congress in Education through Art
It is with great pleasure that AEV, AEA and InSEA invites you to be part of the 34th World Congress in Education through Art to be held 7 - 11 July, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. The world famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Melbourne’s sporting and cultural icon has been purposefully selected as the venue for this triennial world art congress to provide a stimulating backdrop for exploring and examining the theme: Diversity through Art – Change, Continuity, Context.
Early bird registration open now until 7 April 2014
Do you have a spare room? Could you host a guest for InSEA 2014?
This is an opportunity for creating connections with international professionals attending the Congress as well as showing Australian culture and hospitality. We are looking for expressions of interest from anyone interested in hosting a delegate in their home for the duration of the InSEA Congress. Please visit http://insea2014.com/homestay.html.
Two separate DVDs available, with teacher and student presentations including invaluable explanations of the study requirements, possible directions and ways in which students have developed their practical work to achieve top marks for their folio.
Two separate DVDs available, with teacher and student presentations covering the key knowledge and skills for the Units 3 & 4 exams.
Art & Studio Arts Folio Development DVDs
Recorded presentations from 2012 VCE programs.
A teacher presentation gives invaluable explanations of the study requirements, possible directions, and ways in which students have developed their practical work to achieve top marks for their folio.
Two students give honest, clear and sometimes funny presentations. These hard working, high achieving students talk about their initial nerves and plans, and take you through the development of their folios.