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This three-week course will provide practical strategies and tools to facilitate online art instruction. Each week, faculty will model a teaching strategy with art-specific examples using Zoom, Padlet, Google Classroom, and Web 2.0 tools. Participants will synthesize and apply their learning to translate in-person lessons to online art instruction. This course will provide opportunities to experiment with various tools, design engaging lessons, and outline uses for platforms. Participants will receive personalized feedback from the instructor and peers to ensure that the created lessons and strategies are engaging, high-quality, and meaningful.
At the conclusion of the course, participants will have access to the bank of lessons and resources shared by their peers to provide continued support and inspire online instruction strategies in a changing environment.
For the official course description, see the course syllabus.
*Course content and outcomes in ARE537: Teaching K-12 Art Online and ARE538: Strategies and Tools for Online Art Instruction are individually unique and learning will not overlap.
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