tch511 | Graduate
Teaching Methods: Secondary Art
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Making and Analyzing Art
- Develop clear guidelines for secondary students to use when analyzing art.
- Examine instruction in aesthetics.
- Discuss making art for meaning.
- Explore making art as symbolic communication.
- Examine qualitative instruction in making art.
- Examine instruction in creativity.
- Analyze art using an art criticism model.
Art Classroom Management and Technologies
- Identify classroom management methods for the art classroom and teaching philosophy.
- Identify technological tools and resources for art instruction.
- Identify ways to remediate and extend lessons in the art classroom.
Conceptual, Cultural, and Historical Foundations of Art
- Examine the cultural content of art.
- Analyze the curricular structure of comprehensive art education.
- Discuss the social construction of art history.
- Discuss the need for arts advocacy.
Authentic Art Instruction and Assessment
- Design art lesson plans that meet national and state standards.
- Create lesson plans to teach diverse perspectives in art.
- Identify methods to modify lesson plans and meet diverse learner needs.
- Develop assessments for secondary art projects.
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