Columbus State University
1999-2000 Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions
ARTE

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ARTE - Art Education

ARTE 3210. Art in Elementary School (1-4-3) Materials and methods for the development of art activities in the elementary school. Experiences in working with various art media appropriate for the elementary school classroom. For the non-art major.

ARTE 3215. Teaching Art in Elementary School (3-1-3) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. A study of teaching methods and curriculum for instructing art in grades K-5.

ARTE 3555. Selected Topics in Art Education (3-0-3) A study of various art education areas: studio, history, criticism and/or aesthetics. The course may be repeated for credit if the topic is different.

ARTE 4210. Art in Middle and High School (3-1-3) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. A study of teaching methods and curriculum for instructing art in the middle and high school.

ARTE 4485. Student Teaching: Art (0-40-10 hours) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. Observation and teaching during the entire school day under the guidance of selected classroom teachers: P-12 assignments may be made. (S/U grading.)

ARTE 4795. Seminar in Art Education (1-0-1) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. Discussion and analysis of problems in student teaching: curriculum, exceptional child and class management.

ARTE 6186. Graduate Problem: Art Education (3-0-3) Research problems based on student’s background and performance in other advanced courses. May be taken twice for credit.

ARTE 6795. Seminar: Concepts in Art Education (3-0-3) Concepts, content and current issues in art education.

ARTE 6796. Seminar: Curriculum in Art Education (3-0-3) Investigate curriculum theory and approaches to teaching and learning, and develop curriculum in art.

ARTE 6797. Seminar: Research in Art Education (3-0-3) Discussion of research studies in art and education. Emphasis is given to analysis presentation and research study.

ARTE 7000. Graduate Exam/Exhibit (0-0-0) Satisfactory grade in this course indicates completion of a graduate exhibition, thesis or written exam for the MEd Degree in Art Education. (S/U grading.)


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