Secondary Education- Level Five

Vision Statement

“A GLobal Classroom where learners achieve their potential; display’s artistic innovations and inventions; driven by blended inquiry based on community supported by digital visual arts skills and trained professionals in an hovering optimal illusion of space and time.”

Mission Statement

“To teach and provide quality art education through visual arts digital skills approaches, curiosity and exploration in students priorities in classroom startegies to become life long learners in achieving practical and theoritical skills for serving their global environment to accomplish excellent chararcter and become all rounded individuals extended beyond visual arts and their communities.”

Core Values

Digital Skills

“the Global Classroom while hovering presents the chance of using digital skills in ways of applications software,web designing and hovering practices to enhance browsing capabilities to understand technology in a different way.”

Integrity and Diversity

“The Global Classroom community is a supportive and committed initiative towards individual and artistic integrity and inclusion. A wide range of ideas are promoted, respect and self-expression diversity in all its form.”

Excellence, Creativity and Passion

“The Global Classroom inspire with a focus on excellence while challenging the unconventional thinkers and support dreamers and action takers who are passionate about using their creative works to impact society.”

Connections and Collaboration

“The Global Classroom connects designs in performing visual arts communication and the portfolio individual,outcomes,expanding artistic possibilities and live through creative collaboration.”

” The Global Classroom is one of a kind, when children are feeling sad or mad or confused, visual arts can lift their spirits. Whether we sign or they pick up an instrument and play, visual arts is always the best way to express yourself, even using a cell phone to text your friend, make a video or collage video in montage.” – The Visual Arts Producer

Term One

In a blended approach to visual arts education, incorporating various techniques and art movements can greatly enrich the learning experience for students. Here are key points to consider:

Collection of Selected Art Pieces: The teacher should curate a collection of diverse art pieces that represent different styles, techniques, and art movements. This collection will serve as a reference point for students to explore and draw inspiration from.

Understanding Twentieth-Century Art Movements: The teacher needs to have a solid understanding of twentieth-century art movements, such as Cubism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, etc. This knowledge will enable the teacher to guide students in identifying the characteristics and distinguishing features of each movement in various artworks.

Drawing Nature’s Resources: Incorporating nature as a resource for drawing exercises allows students to observe and depict natural forms, landscapes, and textures. This practice enhances their observational skills and encourages them to explore the versatility of drawing techniques.

Design Construction and Mixed Media Painting: Introducing design construction encourages students to think critically about composition, spatial relationships, balance, and proportion in their artwork. Incorporating mixed-media painting techniques offers students the opportunity to experiment with combining different materials and mediums to create unique textures and visual effects.

Care and Maintenance of Graphic Communication: Teaching students how to properly care for and maintain their graphic communication tools, such as pencils, brushes, and pens, is essential. This ensures that students understand the importance of keeping their tools in good condition and helps extend their lifespan.

Life Drawing: Including life drawing sessions enables students to study and capture the human figure in various poses and anatomical details. This practice enhances their understanding of proportion, gesture, and form while honing their observational skills.

By incorporating these elements into a blended approach in visual arts education, teachers can provide students with a well-rounded and comprehensive learning experience that fosters creativity, critical thinking, and an appreciation for different art forms and techniques.

Term Two

Adequate measures should be mandated and implemented in relation to specific definitions of unit titles and other visual aids. Providing clear and concise definitions of key terms and concepts can help students have a better understanding of the subject matter.

Teachers should also be mindful that anatomical differences will determine major differences in features. This is especially relevant when teaching subjects such as figure drawing or portraiture. By highlighting the importance of understanding anatomical proportions and structures, teachers can guide students in accurately depicting human or animal forms. To stimulate the interest of students and inspire them, presenting samples of actual pieces or virtual collections can be highly effective.

This can be done through physical displays of artwork in the classroom or through the use of technology to create a virtual gallery. Showcasing a variety of art pieces from different time periods, cultures, and styles helps students develop an appreciation for diverse artistic expressions and can serve as inspiration for their own creative processes. When it comes to production and marketing techniques, teachers can introduce various strategies used in the art industry.

This includes discussing methods of mass production, digital printing, marketing strategies, and the role of design in attracting consumers. Incorporating sculpture and ceramics contractual arrangements and craft innovation can also be important aspects of visual arts education. Students can learn about the process of creating sculptures, the different techniques involved, and the practical considerations when working with ceramics.

Exploring new and innovative approaches within these areas can inspire students to push boundaries and think outside the box in their own artistic endeavors. Overall, by incorporating these elements into visual arts education, students can gain a well-rounded understanding of different artistic techniques, art history, and the practical aspects of the art industry.

Term Three

Incorporating different computer-aided design software can definitely provide students with valuable skills in digital art and design. Similarly, offering a diverse medium in linoleum cut and engraving printmaking techniques can enhance students’ understanding and appreciation of traditional art forms.

Providing options for students to focus on specific areas of interest, such as surface design or fiber and decorative arts, can help cater to their individual passions and career goals. Additionally, incorporating cultural and environmental arts, work habits, attitudes, and universal mixed media can foster a well-rounded and inclusive art education.

It’s important for educators to be open to different teaching methods and adapt to the changing landscape of art and design. By incorporating a variety of techniques, mediums, and topics into the curriculum, students can develop a broad range of artistic skills and perspectives.

Visual Arts, Let’s build something together.

“Visual Arts is the work of our hands and feet, the thoughts and innovations coming from our mind, and the combination of open space and room to breathe, the flowers and green lawns and old trees, the choice of paths from a specific point of interest to spark purpose and kindness.”-


“Many people around the world share a deep and abiding appreciation and understanding of how vitally important the visual arts are to the diverse people and communities that call the Jamaican home.”-