Color Education Survey for Secondary and Post-secondary Science, Art, & Design Teachers
The purpose of this baseline survey is to document which color topics are currently taught by various art, science and design instructors, at different age levels.

The survey is the first step in developing age-appropriate resources for bridging between the art and science of color and light, and teaching color as an integrated STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) subject.

Please fill out the survey by June 15.

The Inter-Society Color Council (ISCC) and the International Color Association (AIC) thank you for your input!

Basic Information
1. In what country do you teach?
2. In what discipline/field do you teach? Mark all that apply.
3. In what context do you teach? Mark all that apply.
4. How many years have you been teaching about color and light?
5. How many hours do you spend teaching your students about color and light during a typical academic year?
6. Do you include STEAM lessons (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) in your curriculum?
7. Have you ever participated in an art and science teacher collaboration to teach about color and light?
Color Curriculum
We are interested in knowing which topics you typically cover in your classes.
8a. What topics do you currently cover on Color Mixing in your classes? Mark all that apply.
8b. What topics do you currently cover on Designing with Color in your classes? Mark all that apply.
8c. What topics do you currently cover on Light and Vision in your classes? Mark all that apply.
8d. What topics do you currently cover on Color Technology in your classes? Mark all that apply.
9. What science-related topics on Color and Light do you cover in your class? Mark all that apply.
Paints
Color mixing with paint is often considered fundamental when teaching about color. We are interested in knowing whether you use paints in the classroom and if so, which type of media you use, and the colors you have available for students to use.
10a. Do you use paints in the classroom? If you answer no, please skip to question #11.
10b. Do you supplement the ROYGBV paint colors with magenta and cyan paints? Check all that apply.
No
Magenta
Cyan
Don't use this medium
Watercolor
Acylics
Gouache
Oils
Color Wheels
There are many types of color wheels or hue circles shown below. We are interested in knowing both how many variations you show your students and which type your students use most often in the classroom.
Teaching Tools
11a. What type of color wheel or hue circle, if any, do you use when you teach? Mark all that apply.
11b. Which type of color wheel or hue circle, if any, do your students use MOST OFTEN in the classroom? Check one.
Color Spaces
There are also many types of 3D color spaces. We are interested in knowing both how many variations you teach and which type you use most often in the classroom.
12a. What type of 3D color space, if any, do you use when you teach? Mark all that apply.
12b. What type of 3D color space, if any, do your students use MOST OFTEN for assignments? Check One
Teaching Tools
13. Do your students have access to any of the following resources in the classroom? Mark all that apply.
14. Do you currently use any color systems, programs, or products when you teach? Mark all that apply.
15. Do you use a textbook or other resources to teach color? Mark all that apply.
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