This blog will follow what I learn in ARTE 5121 (Elementary Art Education Methods) and ARTE 5122 (Secondary Art Education Methods) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. We do this by enabling the flow of knowledge and skills between young people and arts educators, artists and craftsmen. Contact your local arts council and ask if they are forming a delegation to come to ARTS Day on April 12. If not, make your own plans. All Teacher Education Students must complete a Volunteer Working with Children Check having listened to a child protection lecture online and successfully completed a quiz.
It is an example, I suppose, of an understanding of education a something which is useful for getting a job and nothing more. Drama Education explores contextual/process drama, collective creation (play building), high school theatre programs and drama as a teaching approach in their educational drama courses.
Computer art education helps them to explore the use of digital-imaging hardware and software for individual creative expression. When caregivers engage and encourage children in arts activities on a regular basis from early in life, they are laying the foundation for, and even helping wire children’s brains for successful learning.
The how encompasses procedures and processes that were undertaken by schools to create sustainable arts education programming as well as the behavior and influences of the art programming. Tara Carpenter, professor in BYU’s Department of Art Education, shares her ideas on how to help future teachers integrate visual arts into their classrooms.
If you believe in arts education and like what we’re doing, PLEASE make a tax-deductible donation today! On Tuesday, April 25, the National Assessment Governing Board and the National Center for Education Statistics releases results of The Nation’s Report Card: 2016 Arts.