Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education (MAEd)
Art and Design
Dr. Paula Eubanks - Chair
Dr. Melody Milbrandt
Teresa Bramlette Reeves
This thesis presents an Advanced Placement curriculum for the concentration section of the Drawing Portfolio. It is intended as a teaching tool to encourage and develop creative strategies related to idea generation and refinement based on creative problem solving, which is essential to the development of an effective concentration. One of the most difficult problems faced by Advanced Placement Studio Art students is idea generation for the artwork related to a central topic for the concentration section of their portfolios. This curriculum introduces lessons based on artist research, brainstorming, synectics, and SCAMPER techniques designed to foster creative idea generation for artwork development. It also gives students a tool with which to analyze the ideas generated based on specific criteria necessary to the concentration. This curriculum specifically encourages the creative process in students and provides teachers with a foundation with which to begin a unique and highly personal journey by the individual student.
Lovell, Bonnie R., "Development of a Studio Art Curriculum for the Concentration Section of the Advanced Placement Drawing Portfolio." Thesis, Georgia State University, 2006.