Log in to post comments Spring 2021 ARED 2110S: Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education MW | 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Pitt CRN 53485 Students observe, interact, investigate, and analyze critical and contemporary state and national educational issues influencing social and political contexts from multiple vantage points both within and outside the school. Students reflect on and interpret the meaning of educational, moral, and ethical responsibilities in a diverse democratic culture. ARED 3070: Art and Society: Visual Culture, Diversity, and Pedagogy TR | 9:30 AM - 10:45 PM | Novak CRN 45583 For education majors and related fields, this course probes intersections of visual culture, diversity, contemporary art, and pedagogy. Students investigate pedagogical implications of visual culture studies grounded in critical theories of diversity, addressing race, ethnicity, gender, sex, and class in the U.S. Relevant contemporary art is explored for educational significance. ARED 4360 / 6360 S: Secondary Curriculum in Art Education MW | 8:00 AM - 10:45 AM | Bustle Undergrads: CRN 4360S | Grads: CRN 6360S Planning and implementing art instruction for middle and secondary students. Specific teaching procedures, materials, and techniques developed from Art Education philosophy, research, and studio practices. ARED 5460 / 7460: Student Teaching in Art Education Undergrads: CRN 28865 | Grads: CRN 28885 Supervised internship in teaching art. ARED 5470 / 7470: Issues and Practices in Teaching Art T | 5:00 PM - 7:45 PM | TBD Undergrads: CRN 28871 | Grads: CRN 28887 Varied approaches to art issues; practices relevant to art education. Must be taken during student teaching. ARED 5500 / 7500: Introduction to Museum Education TR | 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM | Steinmann Undergrads: CRN 56967 | Grads: CRN 56968 This course is designed to introduce students to the role of the art museum as an environment for lifelong learning, and its opportunities and challenges. Class readings and activities will provide an overview of the development of the museum as an educational institution, and introduce students to contemporary theory guiding current practice. Other topics to be covered include: visitor experience, object-based learning, gallery teaching pedagogy and practice, approaches for working with different museum audiences, accessibility and diversity in museum education, program development and evaluation strategies. ARED 8410 History of Art Education W | 5:00 PM - 7:45 PM | Hanawalt CRN 56969 This course is designed to provide graduate art education students with a historical understanding of the development of art education theory and practice. Students examine the history of art education, chiefly in the United States, paying special attention to the relationships between education and society. A major part of the course involves archival research in the UGA Special Collections. Students explore archival collections, locate an area for further inquiry, and perform historical research that culminates in a scholarly paper by the end of the course. ARED 8990 Research Seminar in Art Education M | 5:00 PM - 7:45 PM | Bustle CRN 56970 Research methodology, critiques of art education research and proposed research projects. Summer 2021 ARED 7230 / 8430: Special Problems in Art Education Socially Engaged Art as Pedagogical Practice Short Session 1 MTWRF | 9:15-11:30 AM | Bustle CRNs 65294 | 65573 Interdisciplinary in nature, students of ALL disciplines are encouraged to enroll in ARED 7230/8430. In this course, we will investigate the historical roots and contemporary implementations of socially engaged art or social practice. Special attention will be given to social practice as a pedagogical project aimed at social change as well as strategies for teaching social practice. Ethical dimensions of social practice and ongoing debates associated with representation, quality, and outcomes will be critiqued in the context of student-driven inquiries. Moving beyond theory, students will utilize research methods to identify community needs and incorporate strategies and skills utilized by artists, social workers, educators, and researchers to design pedagogically-oriented practice that foregrounds participation and collective action.