Art Program Outcomes
To evaluate students’ learning outcome in achieving program goals, we have developed five major learning dimensions. There are rubrics created for these five dimensions to evaluate students’ progress in their senior year.
Outcome #1 Students will develop global aesthetic sense.
Students will gain insight into how to perceive the global world around them visually and to be able to reflect on how things “look”.
Outcome #2 Students will develop the ability to use a variety of art materials and art techniques.
Students gain insight into the use of materials, traditional and/or technological.
Outcome #3 Students will develop problem solving skills.
As a piece of “art” does not automatically “happen” and must be worked on over time (moved, changed, taken through a process), the development of problem solving skills can be applied to work and/or life situations.
Outcome #4 Students will develop the ability to assess a situation and decide on the appropriate art strategies to use.
Outcome #5 Students will develop critical thinking skills through the medium of art and the study of art history.
Students will develop the ability to take constructive criticism and learn to critique art works: