Spring 2012ARE245607F2Digital Media in Art Education

Spring 2012ARE245607F2Digital Media in Art Education - ARE...

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ARE 2456: Digital Media in Art Education Spring 2012 3 Credit Hours. Meeting Time: M/W 8-10 periods (3:00-6:00). Location: Arch Mac Lab (Rm 120). Instructor: Dr. Craig Roland. Office: Norman 12E. Office Hours: M 2:00-3:00 or by appointment. Office Phone: 392-9165. E-mail: [email protected] Description of the Course An introduction to the use of digital media in the fields of art and art education. Overview of the Course This hands-on course introduces art education students to the use of digital media in the fields of art and art education. We will explore ways to use existing Web-based tools and resources in the art classroom and widely-available desktop software and imaging media for artistic and instructional purposes. Course Objectives The objectives for this course are aligned with the 12 Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) mandated by Florida legislation (Statute 240.529). At the completion of this course, pre-service art education students will be able to: Methods of the Course A variety of instructional methods will assist students' learning in this course including lectures, demonstrations, collaborative learning, readings, discussions, projects, and critiques. In all, students will be actively involved in the learning process and be expected to take primary responsibility for their own skill and knowledge development. Course Requirements To achieve the objectives of the course, students will: attend class and use lab time wisely. complete five class projects involving various digital technologies and software application programs. plan and execute a final independent project involving the use of digital media. critically review Web-based art education resources and present them in class. read and summarize in writing selected readings—and come prepared to discuss them in class. complete a final exam over readings and technical information covered in class. contribute to the class by offering assistance to others when needed, by being prepared to participate in discussions and
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ARE 101 taught by Professor Syllabus during the Spring '12 term at University of Florida.

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