Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Art room 2.0


About this Illustration of Practice

An art teacher uses an interactive virtual gallery space to engage students in creating art through digital media and promote dialogue about the ways in which students have chosen to express emotion. The teacher encourages the students to use digital media as a medium, using the same process for the development of a painting but in a different form. The collection of students’ work online along with the feedback they provide each other allows the teacher to target the learning needs of those students who require further development of technical or critical thinking skills.

Standard 3
Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
Focus area 3.4
Select and use resources
Career stage
Proficient
Descriptor
Select and/or create and use a range of resources, including ICT, to engage students in their learning.
Other descriptors
Standard 2
Know the content and how to teach it
Focus area 2.6
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Career stage
Proficient
Descriptor
Use effective teaching strategies to integrate ICT into learning and teaching programs to make selected content relevant and meaningful.
  1. How do you promote collaboration and critical thinking in your classroom?
  2. What resources do you select to target individual learning strengths and needs?
Learning area
n/a
Year level
Year 6
School
Daylesford Primary School
Victoria
Related subject
The Arts
Stage of schooling
Primary
School type
Government
School location
Provincial
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Daylesford Primary School is located in a historical town 100 km north west of Melbourne in the Central Highlands area. The school has a current enrolment of 275 students from a diverse community drawn from the extensive hospitality industry, rural outlying locations and the small commercial town centre.

Content provider
Organisation
Art Education Victoria

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