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CED 5680 : Studio-Based Teaching & Learning
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Corcoran Art Education (CED)
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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Studio-Based Teaching & Learning
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Studio-Based Teaching & Learni
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Four Education courses or permission of the Department
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At the graduate level, the Art Education Department offers a rotating series of advanced seminars in education designed to apply theory and practice to the most timely issues emerging in the field as they relate changing trends in art pedagogy in particular. This special topics course explores teaching, learning and curriculum planning across content areas and levels of learner experience through in-depth exploration of one visual art discipline (printmaking, ceramics, photography, digital media, sculpture, painting or drawing, etc). Students will design and teach lessons and a curriculum unit/materials based on their studio experiences in class using methods and materials appropriate for PreK-12, community and museum settings. The selected medium/media changes each semester.
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