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Take your teacher leadership skills to the next level by diving into this course where you will explore philosophical perspectives and research methods within the field of art education, searching for meaning both within the profession at large and within your own personal practice.
Throughout the course, you will research current issues in art education and relate those to your own mission of teaching. This course will help you to examine mentorship and how to be a teacher-leader not only in the world of art education but in your school and community as well. Your learning will lead you through the creation of specific action plans and success maps to implement in the art room to advocate, lead, and educate with confidence.
The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything (2009) Robinson & Aronica, ISBN: 978-0143116738
The following texts are also required for ARE631: Capstone Research.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th edition) (ISBN-10: 1433832178)
Action Research in Education: A Practical Guide (2nd edition): Efron & Ravid, (ISBN-10: 1462541615)
A sample assignment from Week 4 of the class Mission of Teaching
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