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This course will allow the teacher to explore philosophical perspectives and research methods within the field of education, and in art education specifically, as the professional searches for meaning both within the profession at large and within his or her personal practices.
Students will explore current issues in art education and relate those to his or her own mission/vision of teaching. Teacher leadership and mentorship qualities will be examined. Finally, the teacher will reflect upon such exploration in the creation of specific action plans and success maps to implement in the classroom to advocate, lead, and educate with confidence in the field.
Required text: The Element – How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything by Ken Robinson with Lou Aronica (2009).
A sample assignment from Week 4 of the class, “Mission of Teaching.”
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