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2017-2018 Graduate Studies Bulletin (Archived Copy) 
    
 
  Dec 08, 2021
 
2017-2018 Graduate Studies Bulletin (Archived Copy) [Archived Catalog]

Art Education, M.A.


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Learning Outcomes

  • Students will demonstrate the ability to make art using two and three-dimensional materials appropriate for use in elementary and early childhood settings. 
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to make art using two and three-dimensional materials appropriate for use in secondary settings. 
  • Students will write an arts unit of instruction centered on relevant themes and demonstrates the ability to write learning outcomes that match assessment. 
  • Students will recall the kinds of assessment used in the elementary and secondary art classroom and demonstrate its use in the arts unit of instruction by creating various assessment tools. 
  • Students will recall various teaching strategies used for challenging different kinds of learners and integrative learning. 
  • Students will develop effective communication skills while teaching in the Young Artist’s Workshop program. 
  • Students will develop two thematically based lessons to teach during the Young Artist’s Workshop program. 
  • Students will begin to master successful teaching skills and behavior indicated on the ADEPT assessment instrument. 
  • Students will examine, become knowledgable of and begin to incorporate the Teacher Candidate Dispositions into their planning and teaching for the Young Artist’s Workshop. 
  • Students will write curricula that incorporates ethnically diverse artists and meaningful themes into their Young Artist’s Workshop lessons. 
  • Students will analyze children’s artwork created as a result of their teaching in the Young Artist’s Workshop program. 
  • Students will write critically thoughtful reflections of each lesson taught during the Young Artist’s Workshop program. 
  • Students will observe or practice teaching in a school setting for at least 3 hours each week for a total of 30 hours. 
  • Students will record observations of teaching content, interaction patterns, classroom management, use of technology, use of time and space, and knowledge of students. 
  • Students will write a case study on the interaction between one K-12 students and the teacher. 
  • Students will create digital artworks by utilizing contemporary interactive technologies. 
  • Students will analyze and respond to assigned course readings in writing. 
  • Students write original scripts for their animation and video films. 
  • Students will develop curriculum outlines for integrating digital technologies in to the K-12 art curriculum. 
  • Student will conduct an independent research on a topic of new media and technologies and present it to class. 
  • Students will present assigned course readings to class. 
  • Students read and discuss research designs and effectiveness published in art education research journals. 
  • Students research, design, conduct, and write   Historical   research study. 
  • Students research, design, conduct, and write Aesthetic Response research study. 
  • Students research, design, conduct, and write Drawing Abilities and Method research study. 
  • Students research, design, conduct, and write Ethnographic research study. 
  • Students research, design, conduct, and write Experimental/Quasi-Experimental   research study. 
  • Students will discuss and examine specific disabilities, looking specifically at characteristics of specific disabilities, and accommodations applicable for the art classroom. 
  • Students read articles and chapters and respond to them verbally and in writing. 
  • Students will write multicultural thematic art units of instruction related to a specific ethnic group and region in the world. Students will include connections to traditional and contemporary artists from that specific region. 
  • Students will discuss and then select a specific challenging research issue, set up a research design, and write a graduate level paper that explores difficult content 
  • Student will examine relevant theories through class discussions and completion of reading responses. 
  • Students will write a theoretical midterm essay on a topic of choice. 
  • Students will develop a curriculum rationale within an art unit of instruction on a critical issue of choice. 
  • Students will develop a curriculum unit plan, and one lesson that on a critical issue of choice. 
  • Students will read contemporary art education research journals and book chapters and discuss innovative curriculum theories related to teaching in the K-12 art classroom. 
  • Students will engage in community based art education settings. 
  • Students write a rationale for teaching a thematic curriculum in a community based setting 
  • Students write an art unit of instruction for a community based setting 
  • Students choose a major professor/advisor to guide the thesis study and writing. 
  • Students successfully complete and pass a thesis defense according to thesis requirements put forth by the Graduate School. 

Degree Requirements (30 Hours)

The Master of Arts degree with a major in art education consists of 30 hours of graduate credit, including a thesis. Programs of study must include a minimum of 15 hours of graduate-level course work in art education. A minimum of 9 hours of electives may be taken in art education, studio art, art history, or other disciplines. A comprehensive exam and a defense of one’s thesis are also required.

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