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CED 3010 : Art and Learners to Age 12
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Art and Learners to Age 12
Art and Learners to Age 12
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CED 2000 Foundation in Art Education, or CED 5000 Graduate Art Education Core, or permission of Department

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This course focuses on the theory and practice of art education programs for children of elementary and middle school age, both in the school setting and beyond. We cover developmental advances in this cohort in terms of creativity, interaction with the social environment, self-understanding and expression, the dynamics and independent and group activity, and technical skill. The course considers the role of art for young learners both as an aspect of school experience and as a separate track. Emphasis is on organized learning experiences in art, with additional attention to the important outlets for self-guided and independent art experiences at this age. This course is cross-tallied at the undergraduate level as CED 3010 and at the graduate level as CED 6010. Students enrolled for graduate credit complete additional work at an advanced level and are graded according to the Graduate Grade Standard (see Student Handbook). Required for MAT degree.

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