Arts in the Schools
ACHF Arts Education
1. Students will have observed and critiqued public art, culminated by designing and creating a collaborative mural. We hope to have more than 420 people attend the arts event, which would increase attendance from last year’s event by 20%. 2. Students will have prepared for a concert by listening and analyzing the programmed music, viewed a live performance, and followed by responding and critiquing the musical performance using our artistic foundation terminology. 3. Students and staff will complete an online survey that will help us evaluate the field trip design and justify the experience as valid and educational. Attendance counts will be gathered at the Panther Arts Prowl through student greeters and a guest book. In music class, students will complete an assessment on instrument families of the orchestra and the programmed repertoire with detail to composers, time periods, and form. The majority of students are expected to attain at least 80% accuracy. Also, a student and staff survey, created and administered online will be used to measure the validity and influence of our field trip.
Our first goal was to increase attendance by 20% to the Panther Arts Prowl, wanting around 400 visitors. We estimate that between 400-500 people viewed art as it was displayed in the Glencoe-Silver Lake High School Gym. The Prowl is a PreK-12 event with hundreds of artworks displayed. Many of the attendees also came to see the 2nd grade Concert but a fair number of people came solely to view the art. We were very pleased with the attendance. Secondly, students completed an assessment on instruments, musical terms and the programmed Concert repertoire. The goal was to have the majority of students attain at least 80% accuracy. 125 students completed the assessment. 94% of students met or exceeded the goal. Lastly, students and staff completed a Google Form survey that assessed the educational value of our trip and will help us plan future arts field trips. Thanks to our Technology Teacher, Mr. Picha, for administering the student survey. The responses gave us great insight to the impact and lasting memories of our trip. The majority felt the trip was absolutely awesome.
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