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Making art history relevant is a common struggle in K-12 art classrooms, but it doesn’t have to be. Teaching art history has profound implications in fostering art appreciation among students of all ages. In this course, you will learn strategies for making art history interesting, meaningful, unforgettable, and fun! You will survey hundreds of years of art as you simultaneously plan rich learning opportunities for your students in diverse and dynamic settings.
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