Developing Your International Baccalaureate Art Program


Developing Your International Baccalaureate Art Program
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 | 7-8 pm ET
FREE for NAEA Members; $49 for non-members

How do comparative studies, process portfolios, and exhibitions translate into successful achievement in the visual arts? No, this isn’t a dissertation topic, but it is at the heart of a successful International Baccalaureate (IB) visual arts course in high school. Join us to discuss these modes of assessment and other philosophical questions about the nature of IB Visual Arts. You will also learn how to design a curricular program that addresses best practices for meeting the needs of advanced studio art learners and the IB program. Tune in to gain alternative perspectives as you generate your own knowledge and questions.

Jackie Henson-Dacey, PhD

Jackie Henson-Dacey teaches IB Visual Arts and AP Studio Art at Venice High School. Her expertise in International Baccalaureate programming, Advanced Placement qualifications, and gifted endorsement; high-level management skills; and experience with research-based instructional practices establish the core of her pedagogical programming. Seeking new knowledge and diving into scholarly endeavors have informed Henson-Dacey’s teaching for many years and contributed to the successful development of a comprehensive program at the high school level.

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