Carmel Lim Torres
This course is designed for the designer in you. Areas for exploration are toy design, jewelry making, textiles, fashion, mixed media and DIY products for a target audience. Students will make their ideas into reality and possibly change the world in the process. All in the context of the ISM Art standards. Sketchbook process will emphasized with high importance and integration. Students will be encouraged to challenge themselves to utilize technology to promote their visual expression. Personal connection and innovation will be essential on a daily basis. (FORM, THEME, CONTEXT will be discussed daily)
👍Toy Design 👍 Design for Earth 👍 Jewelry Auction 👍Design for Client 👍 Functional Objects
Marks will usually be allocated with a weighting of 0.6 for final work and 0.4 for ideas development. Ideas development includes sketchbook and research. Learning Habits will be assessed separately using a self-assessment sheet. Each assignment will be assessed on specific criteria based on the Art Standards Rubric and reported under the school wide assessment categories of: knowledge and understanding, transfer and communication. Through self and peer assessment, you will be encouraged to recognize your own strengths and weaknesses and work to improve your skills.
You are expected to: complete and submit work on time, complete sketchbook or research work, demonstrate a cooperative and willing attitude, show respect for each other and proper use of art work and tools. You are required to complete all assignments during class time or finish off during tutorials or at home.
|Assessment Tasks||Knowledge &Understanding||Transfer of Learning||Communication||Organization||Engagement||Collaboration|