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Last edit: Thu, 22 Jan 2015 14:38:40 GMT

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CED 6901 : Student Teaching in Art II

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CED 6901 : Student Teaching in Art II
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
CED
6900
Student Teaching in Art I
Student Teaching in Art I
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The most extensive educational practicum experience for students at the graduate level. Each student selects a single intensive supervised assignment as a student educator in a school, museum or community organization. An individualized syllabus provides a framework for planning and implementing art education lessons in this setting, formally and informally evaluating these activities in educational terms, and reflecting upon the experience from the perspective of an artist/educator. All interns during the same semester meet intermittently to critique and support each other's educational initiatives. A total of 6 credits is needed to fulfill the Student Teaching in Art requirement. Students must enroll in CED 6900 and CED 6901 which may be taken concurrently or sequentially as approved by an advisor and grades will be assigned upon completion of the second semester of enrollment.

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