EDUC 466  Methods and Assessment in K-12 Art Education  Credits: 4 (4-0-0)

Course Description: Objectives, methods, and resource materials for teaching art in elementary and secondary schools.
Prerequisite: EDUC 275.
Registration Information: Admission to Teacher Licensure Program.
Term Offered: Fall.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.

Major in Music (B.M.), Music Education Concentration, Choral Option

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A minimum grade of C is required in all music courses used to satisfy the requirements of the major programs (B.A. and B.M.) in music. Music majors concentrating in music education must also complete all required education courses with a minimum grade of C.

Major in Art (BA), Studio Concentration

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...gives students a liberal education with a focus...Studio Workshop 4C ART 466 Printmaking V-Studio...

Major in Civil Engineering

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...professional organizations, and cooperative education opportunities is highly...Engineering Concepts 3 CIVE 466 Design and Behavior...

Major in Art (BA), Art Education Concentration

http://catalog.colostate.edu/general-catalog/colleges/liberal-arts/art-history/art-major-ba/art-major-art-education/

The Art Education concentration embraces the artist-teacher concept, which allows students to develop a studio concentration while preparing to teach art at the K-12 level. The program is comprehensive, meaning students take course work to prepare them to teach at the elementary and secondary school levels. One full semester of student teaching at both the elementary and secondary levels is preceded by in-depth field work with elementary, secondary, and exceptional populations. The Art Education program enjoys good working relationships with school districts in the state of Colorado. Students integrate studio, art history, criticism, and aesthetics as they observe and teach—through a variety of experiences—in the public schools.