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CED 6100 : Art in the Museum and Community Organizations
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Corcoran Art Education (CED)
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CED 3100 : Art in the Museum and Community Organizations
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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Art in the Museum and Community Organizations
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Art in the Museum and Communit
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CED 3020/6020 Development, Behavior, and Learning
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A comprehensive survey of approaches to informal art education as practiced in museums, community centers, educational support facilities and varied social settings. This course is based on direct observation and systematic review of diverse methodologies, to provide an informed framework for integrated art education, whether as a collaboration between schools and alternative sites, or developed separate from formal schooling. Expertise of the Corcoran's museum educators is emphasized. This course is cross-tallied at the undergraduate level as CED 3100 and at the graduate level as CED 6100. Students enrolled for graduate credit complete additional work at an advanced level and are graded according to the Graduate Grade Standard (see Student Handbook).
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