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Completed CoursesLearning OutcomesSyllabus

Teaching for Learning I

LIBS213 – 3Teaching for Learning I

LIBS213 – 3 credits

Gain a historical overview of education and art

development theories and philosophies. Models of art

and design education such as student-centered,

discipline-based, standards-based, and curriculum
based teaching are also discussed.

Required for Teacher Credential Preparation and

Community Arts Engagement minors
  

Teaching for Learning II

LIBS313 – 3 credits

Students will synthesize art and design education

theories and philosophies emphasizing aesthetic

development in youth and adults, museum and

community settings, public practices, critical

pedagogy, classroom management, ESOL, Special

Education, health and safety, engaging teaching

styles, and best practices.

Required for Teacher Credential Preparation and

Community Arts Engagement minors.

Prerequisite: LIBS214 Teaching for Learning

 

  

Community Arts in LA

AHCS220/310 – 3 credits

Explores aesthetic, historical, and sociocultural aspects

of socially engaged art. Site visits focus on

organizations and public art institutions in L.A.

Lectures, discussions, and readings delve into the

theoretical exploration and practical application of

social practices.

Required for Community Arts Engagement minors.

  

Community Arts Internship

ACTS335 — 2 credits

Students intern at K-12 schools, museums,

galleries, cultural organizations, or with socially

engaged artists and designers to expand and

reflect on their understanding of education theory

and community engagement. Required for

Community Arts Engagement minors. Can be

taken as a studio elective for all other students.

Prerequisite: Community Arts in LA, or instructor’s

Approval.

  

ACT Special Topics

ACTS300 — 2 credits

ACT Special Topics are a series of studio-based

courses that focus on conceptual, aesthetic, and

interdisciplinary approaches to art and design

education and community engagement. Topics

vary each semester. Required for Community Arts

Engagement minors. Can be taken as a studio

elective for Juniors, Seniors and Graduate

students of all majors.credits

Gain a historical overview of education and art

development theories and philosophies. Models of art

and design education such as student-centered,

discipline-based, standards-based, and curriculumbased

teaching are also discussed.

Required for Teacher Credential Preparation and

Community Arts Engagement minors.

  

 

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.