Office: ED 414 Phone: 885-6976
Secondary School Art Methods is a lecture and studio course. The lectures introduce theory, art concepts, and teaching methods for art in secondary schools. The studio time includes training in art, practical experience in teaching and communication related to art education.
After completing the course, students will have:
an understanding of their personal artistic style and skills,
knowledge of art education theory, including developmental stages of artistic growth in children, scope and sequence of secondary art curricula, evaluation of students' art, Discipline-Based Art Education,interdisciplinary and multicultural approaches to art education, and teaching strategies,
a portfolio of secondary level art lessons,
the ability to plan and teach a successful art lesson,
the ability to communicate in writing about art education theory,
the ability to communicate verbally about art and art education,
knowledge of the various supplies and media used in secondary art programs
knowledge of state and national standards in the arts
knowledge of the state of Idaho teacher's professional code of ethics
knowledge of the use of technology as it relates to teaching and learning in art.
The Annotated Mona Lisa: A Crash Course in Art History From Prehistoric to Post-Modern. Carol Strickland and John Boswell. 1992, Andrews and McMeel, Kansas City.
Student grades will be based on the following criteria
Research paper and art lessons - 15 points
Presentation of an art lesson - 10 points
Teaching portfolio - 10 points
Critical writing assignment Field experiences - 10 points
Class discussion and participation - 5 points
Midterm exam - 10 points
Final exam - 15 points
total - 100 points
Midterm and final exams must be taken at the assigned times. Written materials should be typed and students should use proper spelling and grammar.
Attendance is essential for progress in studio classes. Attendance will be taken at each class session and more than two unexcused absences will adversely affect student's grades.
Students are encouraged to meet with Professor Machlis whenever they have questions about course material, assignments or evaluation. Office hours will be posted the first week of class.