Christine Wilkin holds a Master’s Degree in Art Education from the University of Maryland. She has taught English Language and Art in Haiti, China, and the United States. Wilkin was a founding teacher and arts integration lead teacher for the International High School in Langley Park, MD. She is currently an art teacher at Eleanor Roosevelt High School. Wilkin also curates art for the New Deal Cafe in Greenbelt, MD.
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Gallery of Arts-Integrated Work
SCHOOL: Eleanor Roosevelt High School
CLASS: Art 1, grades 9-12
PRISM.K12 STRATEGIES: Identify, Connect, Express
PHILLIPS ARTWORK INSPIRATION: Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series
Through this arts-integrated unit, students studied Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and used the Feldman’s model to identify how Jacob Lawrence expresses different themes throughout the Migration Series. Students connected to the work by writing their own stories about important events that affected them. Students then expressed their stories through painting.