Are you wanting to gain a stronger understanding of the new Visual Arts Victorian Curriculum? Are you interested to hear how other educators are making connections to aspects such as the General Capabilities and the Cross-curriculum priorities? The Watching Paint Dry series will be held fortnightly on Wednesday and is FREE to join.
Prepare your students for the upcoming exams with AEV's new practice exam paper for Studio Arts. The paper is an essential VCE resource that can be used repeatedly once purchased, andincludes a selectionof high-quality, high-resolution artworkimages for your students to respond to.
Available either as a hardcopy DVD (excluding the Studio Arts Folio Development) or to view online via our Vimeo channel.
AEV NETWORKS REGISTER
To assist our members and other visual arts educators in connecting with each other, AEV has a list of networks operating across Victoria. If you have recently moved to a new area, or are looking to share ideas and materials with other educators around you, joining a network is a great way to start.
If you run a network and would like to be listed (at no charge), please complete this form and return to us via email.
The Victorian Curriculum for Foundation - 10 is now available for schools to use. It is the current curriculum that incorporates the Australian Curriculum with Victorian standards and priorities.
AusVELS will continue to operate until December 2016.
In this edition:
Teaching Art is Easy by Max Darby
Art and Learning: Teaching skills for the future at The Geelong College by Marita Seaton
Helping a Child Negotiate Difficult Experiences: An Intersection of Education and Therapy through Drawing by Elvira Kalenjuk
and the President's Report from Steve Marks.
Snapshot: Bell Park Primary Biennale Arts Show
Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia