Entrance and Exit Ticket

Lisa Young
Graduate Critic, Photography Department

Title: Drives
Date: 2008
Medium: Single channel video
Dimensions: Video stills, 10 minutes total running length

Courses:
Graduate Critique/Thesis (PHOTO-532G-537G)
Image Bank (PHOTO-5326)
Issues and Images II (PHOTO-5310)

 

Entrance and Exit Tickets
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ENTRANCE TICKET
Student Name:
Date:

How familiar are you with the history of film studies?

How familiar are you with shooting and editing video?

How familiar are you with the work of contemporary photographers who also produce time-based work?

What interest might you have in expanding your still image practice to include time-based work?

Thanks for responding! It helps me know where you’re at as we begin the semester.

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EXIT TICKET
Student Name:
Date:

Describe the overview you have gained regarding the shared history of still and moving lens-based work.

Using the proper vocabulary of film studies, name five basic edits.

Using the proper vocabulary, name three different approaches to film making and give one hallmark of each approach.

Give an example of a contemporary practitioner that uses still and moving images in their work, and describe how the different aspects of their practice relate.

Has your ability to express your understanding of time-based media through written analysis deepened? Give an example.

Do you feel confident editing/producing a time-based work? Give an example.

How have you developed your approach to your own time-based practice?

Thanks for responding! You completed Issues and Images II!

Syllabus

Rhode Island School of Design, Paul Sproll
Syllabus Guidelines for Faculty and Graduate Students (pdf)

Rhode Island School of Design, Graduate Student Syllabus
Jerlyn Jareunpoon, Graphic Design
Introduction to Graphic Design Syllabus (pdf)

Rhode Island School of Design, Graduate Student Syllabus,
Emily Belz and Julia Gualtieri, Department of Teaching + Learning in Art + Design
Community Art Program, ARTE-403-01
Download RISD Community Art Program syllabus (pdf) 

Rhode Island School of Design Graduate Student Syllabus
Sheri Fabian, Architecture
Fabian, Sheri Syllabus

Rhode Island School of Design Graduate Student Syllabus
Justin Jennings, Architecture
Jennings_Justin_Teaching_portfolio

Syllabus Components
http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k1985&pageid=icb.page29695

Teaching Handbooks: Preparing a Syllabus
http://brown.edu/Administration/Sheridan_Center/teaching/handbooks.html

Constructing a Syllabus
Michael Woolcock
http://brown.edu/Administration/Sheridan_Center/docs/syllabus.pdf

Preparing a Syllabus
http://teachingcenter.wustl.edu/preparing-syllabus

Four Questions (and sub-questions) to Pose to Your Syllabus
Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University
https://risdcollegiateteaching.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/four-questions-re_-syllabi-bok-center.pdf

Guide to Rating Critical & Integrative Thinking
Washington State University Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology
Guide to Critical Thinking

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Job Interviews

Common Academic Interview Questions
http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/tutorials/jobsearch/questions/index.html

Questions one should be prepared to answer for Job Interviews
Mary Corbin Sies
http://www.otal.umd.edu/~sies/jobquess.html

Etiquette for Interviewers
http://www.collegeart.org/guidelines/etiquette.html

Setting up your references
www.interfolio.com

The Academic Job Interview: Sample Academic Job Questions
http://www.unl.edu/gradstudies/current/dev/AcademicJobInterview_Questions.pdf

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Student Feedback

Susan Doyle, Assistant Professor, Illustration
Mid-Semester Review Questionnaire (pdf) 

Mid-Term Assessment of Course and Student Participation Sample
download Mid-Term Assessment of Course (pdf)

Customized Mid-Term Feedback for Instructors, University of Pennsylvania Center for Teaching & Learning http://www.upenn.edu/ctl//resources/support_for_teaching/customized_mid-term_evaluation_feedback_for_instructors

 

 

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Discussion Groups

Twenty Ways to Make Lectures More Participatory
http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/html/icb.topic58474/TFTlectures.html

Ten Strategies for Effective Discussion Leading
James Dawes
http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/html/icb.topic58474/Dawes_DL.html

Increasing Student Participation
teachingcenter.wustl.edu › Teaching Strategies › Teaching Tips

Suggestions for Leading Small-group  Discussions
Prepared by Lee Haugen
http://www.celt.iastate.edu/teaching/small_group.html

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Critiques

2015 Types and Variety of Studio Critique Formats

Critique Evaluation Form
Jed Morfit
Download Critique Evaluation Form (pdf)

Ten Ideas for More Effective Critiquing
Mario Estioko
imet.csus.edu/imet5/bill/284/webquest/images/critiquing.pdf

Four Steps to Art Criticism
Janice Mason Art Museum
http://cuip.uchicago.edu/wit/99/teams/photography/criticism.htm

Common Teaching Situations: Critiquing Student Projects http://depts.washington.edu/cidrweb/TAHandbook/common-teaching-situations/CritiquingStudentProjects.html

How does teaching in a studio differ from traditional teaching?
http://cet.usc.edu/resources/teaching_learning/docs/teaching_nuggets_docs/3.6_The_Studio_Classes.pdf

Guidelines for Group Critique
Danny Goodwin
http://www.albany.edu/faculty/dgoodwin/shared_resources/critique.html

How to run a design critique
Scott Berkun
http://www.scottberkun.com/essays/23-how-to-run-a-design-critique/

The Critique Handbook
Kendall Buster and Paula Crawford
find this book on Amazon.com 

How do we see, think about, and evaluate works of art?

At once a theoretical investigation of the underlying nature of the studio critique as well as a practical manual for participation in this fundamental studio practice, The Critique Handbook is an invaluable resource for examining the uses and mis-uses of artistic analysis. Presenting hundreds of examples drawn from every genre of artmaking, noted artists Kendall Buster and Paula Crawford address the complexity of what actually occurs in critiques. Their book fills a serious gap in the art studio, as they scrutinize a practice that has been largely unquestioned and provide models for more informed and effective ways of conducting and taking part in critiques. Their observations, which can be applied to beginning through advanced studio courses, bring to light the underlying social and power dynamics of critiques and offer illuminating advice on how to make critiques more cogent and evenhanded. They also offer advice for participants on how to prepare for critiques and benefit more fully from them.

Simultaneously thoughtful and witty, this book is written in a style that is elegant and eminently readable. The Critique Handbook promises to become an indispensable and timeless text on this subject, doing for the art studio what The Elements of Style has done for the writer’s workshop.

Kendall Buster, whose extensive exhibition record spans national and international venues, is the recipient of an American Academy of Arts and Letters award. Buster is Associate Professor of Sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Paula Crawford has had exhibitions in the United States, Canada, and Latin America, and directs the painting program at George Mason University, where she is Associate Professor.

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