Log in to post comments Spring 2024 (Please refer to the Schedule of Classes for a complete listing of courses and check Athena for course restrictions.) ARED 2110S Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Art Education Bustle | CRN 53485 For education majors and related fields, this service-learning course provides an introductory space for students to interact with and learn more about critical and contemporary issues related to art education and the different forms it can take, both within and outside of K-12 settings. Students investigate a wide range of topics and approaches to art education, including community-based art practices, sustainability, play, teaching with contemporary art, and non-traditional sites of learning. This course offers opportunities for students to explore the multiple facets of art education through hands-on teaching experiences, reflection, and artmaking. All majors welcome! No prerequisites Fulfills UGA Experiential Learning requirement ARED 3070 Art & Society: Visual Culture, Diversity, & Pedagogy Hanawalt | CRN 67372 Roberto Lugo, The Talented Mr. Trotter: You Can Be Anything, 2022, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA. Photo by Steve Weinik, © City of Philadephia Mural Arts Program/Roberto Lugo. 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, dis/ability and class in the U.S. Relevant contemporary art is explored for educational significance. All majors welcome! No prerequisites Fulfills Franklin Multicultural and University Cultural Diversity Requirements ARED 4060S/6060S Art Education Practicum in Schools, Museum, and Community Copelan & Hanawalt | Undergrads: CRN 64130 | Grads: CRN 64131 Image courtesy of Sidney Chansamone, 2023. This course offers students interested in understanding the importance of visual arts in schools, museums, and community settings the opportunity to facilitate art experiences for learners. This course takes place at the Athenaeum, where students take on instructional roles for an after-school art program for middle school learners. More information about the program can be found on the Athenaeum website: https://athenaeum.uga.edu/programs/ Prerequisites: Undergraduate: ARED 2110S and either ARED 4350S or 4360S; Graduate: ARED 4350S or 4360S ARED 4360S/6360S Secondary Curriculum in Art Education Kallio-Tavin | Undergrads: CRN 46006 | Grads: CRN 46007 The purpose of this course is to engage with practices, theories, and discourses relevant to elementary curriculum in art education. Each semester, students will work both individually and collaboratively to investigate contemporary perspectives and dialogues within the field of art education through critical and experiential inquiry. Over the course of the semester, students will: perform research, analyze school contexts, study learners, engage in an art classroom in a local school, design and lead art experiences, document personal and student learning, develop art curricula, and present the results of inquiry. Through the experiences of this course, students will navigate the complex journey of developing a professional identity as a teacher and leader in the field of art education. Time for field experiences is built into this course, therefore it is a requirement that students have their pre-service certificate processed not later than August 17, 2022. ARED 5460 Student Teaching in Art Education Jo | CRN 63953 ARED 5460/7460 Student Teaching in Art Education Sanders-Bustle | Undergrads: CRN 28865 | Grads: CRN 67370 ARED 5470/7470 Issues & Practices in Teaching Pinneau | Undergrads: CRN 28871 | Grads: CRN 28887 The student teaching experience is designed to allow you to continue your preparation as an art teacher within the classroom setting. Your mentor teacher, UGA supervisor, and UGA seminar instructor will work together to help you further develop your teaching skills. ARED 5500/7500 Introduction to Museum Education Steinmann | Undergrads: CRN 67373 | Grads: CRN 67374 This course introduces students to the history, theory and practice of museum education. Students will examine the evolution of the museum as an educational institution, explore gallery teaching pedagogy and practice, and discuss education program development and evaluation. Other topics to be covered include: visitor experience, object-based learning, approaches for working with different museum audiences, and contemporary issues in museum education. Guest speakers and field trips will supplement class discussions. Students will apply the theories and philosophies discussed to actual museum and classroom situations, and coursework and projects can be adapted to individual students’ particular research interests. Class meetings will take place at the Georgia Museum of Art, and sessions will draw on the museum's collection and special exhibitions, combining readings and discussion with gallery experiences and hands-on projects. This course is primarily for art education and museum studies students, though all majors are welcome. The class is an elective for the Interdisciplinary Studies Certificate in Museum Studies. ARED 8990 Research Seminar in Art Education Hanawalt | CRN 61006 This course will provide an introduction to conducting and understanding research in the field of art education. Participants will become familiar with a variety of research methods/methodologies/modes of thinking; will critically read, interpret and analyze research; and will develop an annotated bibliography and critical review of literature. The course is taught in a seminar format. Students will read, discuss, and write broadly across educational research theory. Through class presentations and peer discussion, students will develop their own research topics, selection of research methods, and skills in connecting theory to the conduct of research. This course is primarily for graduate students in Art Education. Summer 2024 ARED 7310E Critical Multicultural Studies in Art Education Kallio-Tavin | CRN 68447 Nick Cave, Soundsuits, 2013 This course is designed to prepare students to formulate an understanding of art education as a cultural endeavor informed by issues of race, class, gender, and cultural marginalization in both historical and contemporary society. Course readings and discussions begin more broadly with issues of equity, oppression, and multiculturalism in education before moving into the role of art and art education in relation to these issues. Past versions of multiculturalism are investigated through a critical lens, and current pedagogical, curricular, and artistic approaches are introduced. During the course, students pursue critical investigations through readings, discussions, and activities that gradually build their knowledge with the ultimate goal of applying this knowledge through major projects in the later part of the course. Although art education in schools is a major emphasis, students are encouraged to pursue and expand course content as it applies to their interests in contexts such as community arts, museums, artistic practice, and social/cultural/political activism, etc.