|Required Core Courses (18 credits)|
|A ED 811 ||New Media and Pedagogy |
An exploration of the relationships between new forms of communication technologies and beliefs about the nature of knowledge and the nature of art.
|A ED 812 ||Diversity, Visual Culture, and Pedagogy |
Diversity matters in museum and K–12 art education contexts.
|A ED 813 ||Contemporary Art and Public Pedagogy |
Inquiry into the public pedagogy of contemporary art and other forms of visual culture for relevancy to museum and K–12 art education contexts.
|A ED 814 ||Pedagogy of Informal Learning |
Pedagogy and contexts for learning in museums and other cultural institutions.
|A ED 815 ||Action Research in Art/Museum Education |
Develop a reflective process with the aim of improving strategies, practices, and knowledge of the environments within which you practice art education.
|A ED 594 ||Research Topics |
Supervised student activities on research projects identified on an individual or small-group basis.
The following courses are approved foundational courses for this program.
*You must speak with an art education academic adviser before choosing your foundational courses.
|Foundational Courses (6 credits)*|
|C I 550 ||Overview of Contemporary School Curriculum |
Current school programs and options and their impact on pupils; problems in introducing new content into the curriculum.
Prerequisite: 12 credits in education and psychology or teaching experience
|EDLDR 551 ||Curriculum Design: Theory and Practice |
The analysis and use of the foundations that underlie models of curriculum design.
|EDLDR 560 ||Principles of Instructional Supervision |
Social and institutional settings for instructional supervision; functions, activities, and practices of supervision; supervisory case studies.
|EDLDR 563 ||Designing Staff Development Programs |
Designing, implementing, and evaluating effective staff development programs for personnel in educational settings.
|ADTED 460 ||Intro to Adult Education |
History, methods, agencies, program areas, and problems of adult education in the United States.
|ADTED 498 ||Teaching Adults Responsibility |
Virtues operating in particular teaching situations are examined. Also examined are opportunities and challenges enabling and constraining those virtues.
The following courses are approved as 400-level or above electives for this program.
*You must speak with an art education academic adviser before choosing your elective courses.
|Elective Courses (6 credits)*|
|EDLDR 553 ||Issues in Curriculum |
The course provides a broad overview of contemporary school-based issues that stem from or become associated with the school curriculum.
|C I/EDLDR 501 ||Teaching as Inquiry |
In this course, students are expected to complete a sustained, systematic inquiry (typically empirical in nature).
|LL ED 502 ||Studies in Literature for Children |
Study of various genres of children's literature from various critical perspectives; emphasis on role of literature in children's lives.
|ADTED 470 ||Introduction to Distance Education |
An introduction to the history, philosophy, organizations, learning theories, and instructional procedures used in American and international distance education.
|EDTEC 440 ||Introduction to Computers for Educators |
Use of personal computers, video, and other media in education; models use technologies that include video, audio, print, computer, and telephone.
|EDTEC 448 ||Using Internet in the Classroom |
An introduction to methods and models of using the Internet effectively in the classroom.
Prerequisite: EDTEC 400 or demonstrated Internet awareness
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