Arts in the Schools
ACHF Cultural Heritage
A. Artist is prepared and well trained to bring their expertise, talent and ideas to the residency and our school. B. Students will receive a greater understanding of a wide range of Russian instruments, dance, folk art and history. C. Ortonville High School teachers and staff will buy into this artist residency by preparing their students for this residency, immersing Russian arts and culture into their curriculum for the week and in the future. D. Community will also receive a greater understanding of Russian arts through the community performance and gain a wider world-view of the arts. E. Ortonville High School will continue to strengthen their relationships with community organizations like community education, the public library and Big Stone Arts Council in pursuit of art education in the schools and community.A. Teachers and students will be asked for their feedback on the quality of arts presentation during and after the residency and performance to better understand needs for future successful residencies. B. Teachers will be asked for feedback on the curriculum suggestions and quality of assemblies and workshops. Ortonville High School will also evaluate whether the residency allowed enough flexibility for students and staff to allow unique variables and learning styles. C. Teachers will gauge student understanding of this residency through class discussion. D. The information presented and performed by the students will reflect student's learning. E. Community will be asked for their feedback after the community event and at the meet and greet. F. More artist residencies will result from community partnerships.
Vicki Grimli and Deb discussed and agreed on surveys which were diligently collected from every participant and audience member. Summaries included. Evaluations were handed out to all students in the junior and senior high to complete, the elementary did
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