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Explore current art education issues in your passion area through action research to become a catalyst for change in art education.
This course will allow participants to explore philosophical perspectives and research methods within the field of K–12 education, specifically art education, as they seek to be a catalyst for change both within the profession and in their personal practice.
As participants embark on their teacher-researcher journey, they will select current art education issues and relate them to their mission and vision of teaching. Finally, participants will begin to design and follow their mission through the lens of action research to advocate for and create change in art education.
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 1 of the class Mission of Teaching.
"I would highly recommend this degree, and since this course is a requirement, it is necessary to take it in order to earn the degree! This class was a struggle, but in the end, it was a productive struggle and I grew so much as a result of the blood, sweat, and tears I put into working on my Capstone Research Paper."
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