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Lesson Plans


re: college art faculty training

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James Linker (jal19)
Wed, 4 Feb 1998 10:05:30 -0500


Craig,

Yours is the first such course I've heard of in a university art school ...
I'd love to see your syllabus!
Is anyone else out there doing something like this?

Jim

>I teach a course for MFA Graduate Students here at the University of
>Florida which is titled "Teaching Art in Higher Education."
>
>This course is designed to introduce graduate art students to the teaching
>of art at the post-secondary level. In addition to weekly seminars,
>opportunities for classroom observation and directed teaching are provided.
>A portion of this course is completed through an individualized program of
>study which includes readings, curricular development and classroom
>observations
>related to the student's specific studio area.
>
>Craig
>
>_______________________________________________________________________
>CRAIG ROLAND. Associate Professor-Art Education.
>Department of Art, FAC 302, University of Florida, Gainesville Florida.
>32611-5801. (352) 392-9165 - Art Ed Office (352) 392-8453 - Fax
>http://grove.ufl.edu/~rolandc/homepage.html
>new email address: rolandc

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james alan linker
doctoral candidate, art education
school of visual arts
the pennsylvania state university
jal19
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