Join Dennis Inhulsen and members of the Visual Arts Standards Writing Team in a series of webinar—Implementing the New Visual Arts Standards—designed to support art educators in their use of the new standards. Mr. Inhulsen and guests will provide an overview of the new standards and introduce interactive strategies for using the standards to guide teaching and assessment.
A new Virtual Conference is planned for the Fall 2015. Stay tuned for dates and details!
October 2014 Webcast of the Public Launch of the National Core Arts Standards
Visual Arts Standards At-A-Glance
Visual Arts Standards Custom Handbook
Event Registration Form
Permission to Use the Standards | Copyright Application
National Coalition for Core Arts Standards (NCCAS)
Inclusion strategies for using the National Arts Standards and the Model Cornerstone Assessments with students with special needs
Standards Studio for Fresh Ideas: Standards in Action! Planning Sheets
Lower Elementary | Upper Elementary | Middle Level | High School
National Visual Arts & Media Arts Standards Posters - BUY NOW! Download Order Form
Access the new National Visual Arts & Media Arts Standards anytime with these 24" x 36” full-color posters. This poster features the Artistic Processes, Anchor Standards, Enduring Understandings, Essential Questions, and PreK-Advanced High School Performance Standards, developed by the National Visual Arts & Media Arts Standards Writing and Assessment Teams as part of the National Coalition of Core Arts Standards (NCCAS).
⇒Download low-resolution PDFs: Visual Arts | Media Arts
Where can I find the National Visual Arts Standards?
1. Go online: nationalartsstandards.org
1. Scroll to bottom of homepage, click on far left button
2. Drop down to Visual Arts
3. Download the PDF
4. "Save as" to your computer
5. Print on ledger size paper
Customize your own handbook! Scroll to bottom of homepage, click on far right button.
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