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    6. FUTURE: If curriculum is not culturally responsive, what changes would you like to see?



    I would personally like to see curriculum explore and address the issues of race, gender, sexuality, age and disability. I think all sensitive issues could be addressed if a school district aligned their curriculum k-12. The more sensitive topics such as sexuality and race could be taught at a high school level while the less sensitive at an elementary level. Aligning a curriculum k-12 would allow for students to grow and explore viable topics that are mostly missing from a school curriculum.



    I believe present-day art curriculum is culturally responsive to issues involving gender, race, age, sexuality and disability. See post on culturally responsive.



    We need to educate the administration behind the curriculum. This could be during meetings, a presentation, basically whatever it takes to show what has changed. I truly believe those who are involved in the decision processes do not know when the curriculum is not culturally responsive. More in likely they are comparing past cultures, a curriculum that has been seen in the past and one used regularly. As a teacher I believe we need to embrace what is out there. Sure students might on their own but it will be helpful if we could guide them.



    I think curriculum needs to allow for students to connect the artwork they are making to their own lives. Art doesn’t happen in a vacuum and neither should art education. Students should be creating artwork like artists do and this means responding to and reacting to issues that they feel are important. If the students aren’t invested in the artwork then it isn’t going to have as much meaning within their learning or within the world of art.



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