Aug 05, 2020
AE 3263 - Methods of Art Education, K-12 Part I
Field experience hours: 66 clock hours in a public or private school setting. This course provides students the opportunity to synthesize their learning before going into the field as a student teacher. This methods class puts theory and planning into practice. Students will participate in a fieldwork practicum in this course and author and instruct standards-based units that effectively combine their practice as artists, their knowledge as educators, and their Liberal Arts courses. Students will apply the elements of curriculum design, lesson/unit plans, accommodations, modifications, and assessment strategies as part of their own action research in the field. Students model and demonstrate the skills intrinsic to the lesson, participate in the process, and create the art product resulting from the lesson objectives. Students will understand what it means to be part of a professional learning environment, based on common inquiry, personal reflections, and peer feedback. Research and investigations of student diversity, multicultural objectives, learning styles, and exceptionality are incorporated into practical applications. Upon successful completion of this course, students will develop a professional portfolio that demonstrates findings of their research as it relates to their teaching philosophy, methods, and strategies for developing art programs for the K-12 student, instructional objectives, lesson, and unit plans using a variety of media, and personal reflection based on classroom practice.
Prerequisites: AE 3221 - Equity in Learning ; AE 3240 - Reading in the Content Area ; AE 3000 - Art Education Junior Portfolio Review ; must be an Art Education major.
Notes: This course is taken the term directly prior to Student Teaching.
(Formerly AE 3263 Methods of Art Education, K-12 Part I; 2 credits each)
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Students evaluate the interconnection of instruction and lessons that align with the Colorado Academic Standards. Students examine districts expectations for organized plan of instruction. Students reflect on the inclusion of Literacy and Math in an art classroom.
- Students compare formal and informal methods to assess K- 12 student learning and how to use that assessment to provide developmentally appropriate feedback. Students use assessment to inform planning and instruction.
- Students demonstrate professionalism in their Field Experience. Students reflect on ethical conduct in a K-12 school environment. Students integrate reflection as a leadership tool.
- Students create art lessons that guide K-12 students to: (a) find historical meaning in works of art, (b) recognizing personal connections in works of art, and (c) engage in critical thinking in works of art. Students create art lessons that include but are not limited to language used to examine the processes in works of art and problem solving techniques.
- Students create art lessons that address the preparation, research, safety, interrelationships, processes and materials applicable to areas of specialization in Visual Arts. Students create lessons that are developmentally age/grade appropriate.
- Students create art lessons that include contemporary/historical art history, relationships between art and culture, and demonstrate hard and soft skills across curriculums.
- Students create lessons that demonstrate knowledge of Culturally and/or Linguistically Diverse (CLD) standards.
- Students assess Culturally and/or Linguistically Diverse (CLD) standards used in K-12 classrooms through a case study.
AE 3263 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Rethinking Curriculum in Art - ISBN: 9780871926920
Teaching Meaning in Artmaking - ISBN: 9780871925831
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