Art Education (ARE)

ARE 450 Studio Art: Art History I. (3) A
Art traditions before the 20th century as a basis for studio and art history instruction. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours studio. Pre- or corequisite: ARE 460

ARE 460 Art Education and Design. (3) A
Electronic imaging in design, design in social and cultural contexts, hypermedia in design education. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours studio. ARS 101 and 102 and ART 113 and 115 or instructor approval.

ARE 470 Art Criticism: Aesthetics. (3) F
Traditions of aesthetics and art criticism; conceptual issues in contemporary art; education in the visual arts. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours studio. Prerequisite: ARE 460 or instructor approval.

ARE 482 Studio Art: Art History II. (3) S
Art traditions of the 20th century as a basis for studio and art history instruction. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours studio. Must be taken before enrollment in ARE 486. Students are recommended to take ARE 470 concurrently. Prerequisite: ARE 450.

ARE 486 Art Education: Strategies and Applications. (3) F
The implementation and evaluation of art instruction for K–12 population. Includes teaching of Saturday classes in the Children's Art Workshop. Prerequisite: ARE 482.

ARE 496 Methods and Assessment of Learning in Art. (3) S
Individual or group research on the assessment of art learning incorporating theory and practice. Prerequisites: ARE 470 and 486 or instructor approval.

ARE 510 Art Education Colloquium. (3) F
Historical foundations of art education and faculty presentation of positions regarding teaching and research related to the visual arts. Must be taken in the first 6 hours of study.

ARE 515 Art Foundations of Art Education. (3) A
Foundations of art education, with an emphasis on psychological, philosophical, and historical frames of reference.

ARE 520 Issues in Teaching Art History. (3) A
Critical examination of issues concerning teaching art history to different populations of students. Historical and philosophical foundations and emphasis on developing inquiry into historical and cultural contexts of art. Recommended to be taken before ARE 525.

ARE 525 Research on Teaching Art History. (3) A
Review of empirical and historical research, research methods, learning theory, and assessment of learning in art history. Pilot studies on the effects of instruction upon learning. Recommended to be taken after ARE 520.

ARE 530 Issues in Teaching Studio Art. (3) A
Critical examination of issues concerning teaching studio art to different populations of students. Historical and philosophical foundations. Emphasis on how concepts for representation are developed. Recommended to be taken before ARE 535.

ARE 535 Research on Teaching Studio Art. (3) A
Review of empirical and historical research methods, learning theory, and assessment of learning in studio art, including developmental studies and their limitations. Pilot studies on the effects of instruction upon learning. Recommended to be taken after ARE 530.

ARE 540 Teaching Art in Cultural Contexts. (3) A
Relationship of multicultural perspectives to teaching/learning art criticism, aesthetics, studio art, and art history.

ARE 550 Aesthetic Inquiry. (3) A
Literature on aesthetics, methods of inquiry, and implications for art education.

ARE 570 Analyzing Works of Art. (3) N
The critical examination of art or statements about art and the development of ways for guiding this examination.

ARE 610 Issues and Trends in Art Education. (3) N
Doctoral-level investigation of historical and contemporary issues related to teaching and research in art education.

ARE 611 Curriculum Development in Art Education. (3) N
Doctoral-level inquiry into the philosophical, psychological, and sociological foundations of curriculum development.

Omnibus Graduate Courses: See omnibus graduate courses that may be offered.

1996–98 Graduate Catalog Table of Contents

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