When the students reach the third level of fine arts, they will be tested in a more independent style of learning. The students will be given real assignments in the same form they will given in there career choice. Art & Design most likely consistent of information in the form of a creative brief. (See Below)
901 - Prepare and present a portfolio.
902 - Prepare and present a visual concept presentation.
903 - Estimate time and materials for a project.
906 - Participate in critiques of commercial art projects.
907 - Explore current industry trends.
908 - Demonstrate research, employability, and organizational skills.
909 - Create personal branding materials.
910 - Explore the importance of social media as it relates to employability.
B - School Dropout
High School Dropout Rates
Client / Client contact information:
Create a piece of art that promotes an awareness around the continuing need to keep kids in school
Background / Overview:
For this indicator, high school dropouts are defined as individuals, ages 16 to 24, who were not currently enrolled in school and had not completed high school or obtained a GED. Overall, the dropout rate has declined considerably, from 15 percent in 1970 to 6 percent in 2016.
What is the objective, the purpose of the art piece?
Young adults who have not graduated from high school are incarcerated at higher rates than those with higher levels of educational attainment. It is likely that the estimates of dropout rates, especially those from the past few decades, would be slightly higher if institutionalized civilians were included in these estimates, although it is not clear by how much.
What do we want to say?
This indicator uses the “status” high school dropout rate, which measures the percentage of young adults ages 16 through 24 in the civilian, non-institutionalized population who were not enrolled in a high school program and had not received a high school diploma or obtained an equivalency certificate. Note that this measure does not include youth in prison or in the military.
Students and parents
Additional info & insights:
Male youth and young adults are more like than their female counterparts to have dropped out of high school. In 2016, 7 percent of males ages 16 to 24 were high school dropouts, compared with 5 percent of females. Although males comprise roughly half of the population in this age group, they make up 59 percent of high school dropouts. In recent years, males have been more likely to drop out, but female youth were more likely to drop out of school prior to 1980
Production Information and Job Specs:
Final Design is up to you, remember you are completing an installment piece that will be displayed in various exhibit halls & public spaces.