In this course students will explore the basic techniques of jewelry making using a variety of materials, such as clay, paper, resin, polymer clay and metal... During this course we will also discuss repair and fabrication, including layout, sawing, filing, soldering, finishing, ring construction, and bezel setting; with an emphasis on industry standards. No prerequisite courses.
• All finished work will be based on stated criteria for each project found on student check lists and rubrics.
• Students will receive a daily recorded participation grade.
• Students will receive continuous feedback on assignments.
Attendance will be taken and recorded daily. See code of conduct pg. 10-12. CLASSROOM
MANAGEMENT RESPECT SPACE:
Students are expected to respect the personal space of others. Students are also expected to respect the studio space provided to them by properly cleaning up after themselves.
RESPECT MATERIALS: Students are expected to treat the materials provided for them with care. This means students are expected to clean materials properly and to return them back to their designated space. Students should use materials for their intended purposes.
RESPECT EACH OTHER: Students are expected to be punctual, support and uplift an accepting classroom environment, be respectful listeners, and demonstrate care for themselves and others. Degrading language or actions towards others in any way shape or form is not permitted.
DISCIPLINARY ACTION ACCORDING TO FACULTY AND STAFF HANDBOOK
First infraction: Discussion between student and teacher.
Immediate Second Infraction(s): Parent phone call.
If Continuous Infractions Occur: Detention assigned.