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CA177_Final_Spring 2010

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San José State University Creative Arts 177: Interdisciplinary Arts for Teaching, Section 02 Course # 29456, SPRING 2010 SJSU Catalog Description: CA 177 Interdisciplinary Arts for Teaching Creativity in teaching and learning— a course designed for prospective teachers; connections made between the various arts disciplines, integrating other core subjects taught in California’s classrooms. This class will use a team teaching approach — Part 1 (January 27 to March 17) will focus on the Visual Arts with Dr. Lee Hanson; Part 2 (March 22 to May 17) will focus on the Performing Arts: Dance, Theatre, & Music, as well as on current theoretical perspectives of arts education in the public school setting with Dr. Kathie Kratochvil. Class Days/Time: Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45, (3 Semester Units) Classroom: Art Bldg. Room 203 Prerequisites : Students are expected to have taken basic course work in the areas of dance, theater, music and the visual arts so that they are familiar with the basic principles of these arts forms. Course Fees: The required coursework includes attending two art events. Students will be expected to pay for their own museum entrance fees and for tickets to a performance. Part 1- Visual Arts (January 27 to March 17) Instructor Information Instructor: Dr. Lee Hanson Office Location: Art 211 Telephone: 408-924-4396 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Drop in office hours: Wednesdays, 12:00-1:30 or by appointment CA177 Spring 2010 Hanson/Kratochvil 1
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Part 2- Performing Arts (March 22 – May 17) Instructor Information Instructor: Dr. Kathie Kratochvil Office Location: Hugh Gillis Hall (HGH) 212 Telephone: 408-924-4575 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Drop in office hours: Mon/Wed 11:00-12:00 (Jan. 27-March 17) Mon/Wed 4:15-5:15 (March 22-May 17) Or by appointment Faculty Web Page Copies of the performing arts course materials such as the syllabus, major assignment information, etc., may be found on my faculty web page at: http://www.sjsu.edu/people/kathie.kratochvil/courses Other Course Information : Creative Arts 177 is an integrative capstone course designed to help prospective teachers acquire a deeper understanding of the various arts disciplines that comprise California’s Visual and Performing Arts Framework and Content Standards. The course is an in-depth exploration of the arts. Connections will be made between the visual and performing arts and between these subject areas and other core subjects taught in California K-8 grade classrooms. This course assumes that students have completed many of their own required arts courses and are familiar with the basic principles of dance, drama, music and visual arts. Coursework involves hands-on activities in the visual and performing arts as well as reading, writing (both reflective and analytical), and demonstration learning activities/lessons. Coursework will rely heavily on standards-based arts activities, class discussion, individual and group work.
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