In Theory and Methods, Art Pre-K–5, students learn the relationship between creative behavior and child growth through the visual arts as this relationship is developed through research, practicum situations, and extensive early field experience. Methods for teaching exceptional children is also studied. Curriculum development is an integral part of the class.Theory and Methods, Art in Middle School 6–8 is a study of teaching methodologies appropriate for middle school through research, practicum situations, and extensive early field experience. Attention is given to adolescent development and its effect on creative visual development and the need for visual expression. Art health hazards and curriculum development are among topics covered.Theory and Methods, Art in High School 9–12 is a study of methods for teaching art in high school through research, practicum situations, and early field experience. Unit development and computer competencies are among topics covered.
Design • 3-D Design • Art
Education • Art History • Book Design • Ceramics • Color Theory • Digital Imaging
• Drawing • Fibers • Graphic Design • Illustration • Metals • Painting • Photography • Printmaking • Sculpture
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