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Beyond an Artist: Cultivating Critique Skills in Young Children

Saturday, November 11
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: 201 A

Launched in 2014, the National Core Arts Standards highlighted the need to address arts literacy beyond art making. Divided into four components, Creating, Performing/Presenting/Producing, Responding, and Connecting, the NCAS outlined essential outcomes of arts education for students beginning with kindergarten. Although many teachers are familiar with art-making, few focus on developing critique skills among their students. This situation is critical for young gifted art students who need to be introduced to art as a language at a young age. In this session, we provide examples of developmentally appropriate critique skills that are effective with young children.

Juliana Tay

Graduate Student
Purdue University

Originally from Singapore where she taught art to middle and junior high schools students, Juliana is currently a PhD student in Purdue's Gifted Education program. Her current research interests are identification of gifted art learners as well as critical thinking skills in the art curriculum. Her current projects deal with identification and provision of services for underserved gifted students as well as examining the characteristics of gifted art learners.

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Hyeseong Lee

Graduate Student/ Coordinator
GERI/Purdue University

Hyeseong Lee is a doctoral student in Gifted, Creative, and Talented Studies with Dr. Marcia Gentry as her advisor. She is a graduate assistant at GERI, and her research interests include topics related to young gifted learners, mentoring, talent development, and underserved population in gifted education. Prior to her doctoral study, she worked as an elementary school teacher in Seoul, Korea, and also had experience with preschoolers in Michigan. Her prior education includes a Master's degree in gifted education at Teacher’s College, Columbia University and a Bachelor's degree in elementary education in Seoul National University of Education.

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