Oregon Administrative Rules
584 - Teacher Standards and Practices Commission
Division 420 - STATE STANDARDS FOR LICENSURE, ENDORSEMENT AND SPECIALIZATION PROGRAMS
584-420-0310 - Art: Program Standards
STATE STANDARDS FOR LICENSURE, ENDORSEMENT AND SPECIALIZATION PROGRAMS
Art: Program Standards
(1) Candidates who are prepared for the Art endorsement will demonstrate the knowledge, skills, professional dispositions and cultural competencies necessary to promote the academic, career, personal and social development of students in art learning environments.
(2) The Commission may provide approval to an educator preparation program that prepares candidates for an Art endorsement only if it includes:
(a) Content that will enable candidates to gain the knowledge, skills, abilities, professional dispositions, and cultural competencies to meet the standards set forth in this rule and the TSPC Program Review and Standards Handbook;
(b) A requirement for candidates to complete the Commission-approved test for Art;
(c) A requirement for candidates to complete a teacher performance assessment as provided in OAR 584-017-1100; and
(d) Field experiences that include supervised teaching or internships in Art classrooms; and
(e) Integration of principles of cultural competency and equitable practice in each competency standard through the entire Art endorsement program.
(3) Standard 1: Content of the Visual Arts: Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in:
(a) Process of artmaking involving traditional and contemporary studio approaches;
(b) One or more studio areas;
(c) History of art, knowledge of the context in which works of art have been created, and fostering respect for all forms of art; and
(d) Providing exposure to a diverse set of traditional and contemporary artists.
(4) Standard 2: Theory and Practice in Art Education: Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in:
(a) Historical developments and prevailing theories of art education;
(b) Philosophical and social foundations underlying the inclusion of art in general education;
(c) Artistic, cognitive, emotional, moral, physical, and social development of children, adolescents and young adults;
(d) Theories of curriculum and instruction that make it possible for candidates to reflect on and refine their practice of art education;
(e) Developing curricula in a variety of instructional formats;
(f) Current teaching methods, materials and resources appropriate for various educational settings, populations, and levels of art education;
(g) Creating classroom environments in which effective art instruction can take place;
(h) Developing of interdisciplinary curricula;
(i) Assessment methods appropriate to the evaluation of student work, their own teaching, and the art program; and
(j) Self-evaluation and professional development.
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 342
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 342.120-342.143, 342.153, 342.165 & 342.223-342.232
TSPC 1-2017, f. & cert. ef. 2-1-17
TSPC 1-2016, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-16