TACP 1003 OL - Practical Applications for Teaching Artist (3)
Pre- or Co-requisite: Pre-requisites are required to take this course,but students must be accepted into the Teaching Artist Certificate program, or be a student in one of the programs in the Department of Art, Department of Music or Department of Theatre and Dance, in the Interdisciplinary Degree program with a concentration in Art, Music, Theatre and Dance, or have written permission of the instructor. Designed to guide the arts specialist to build a bridge from theory into practice. Includes development of a knowledge base of state and federal arts and humanities standards, a familiarity with pre K-12 core curricula and an alignment of arts skills within the curriculum. The course content also aids the arts specialist to build an understanding of best practices in the Teaching Artist field in community settings, including gauging the culture of the community and working across generations. Activities help one to build and implement an array of methodologies and instruments to assess student learning through strategies appropriate for residencies. A core focus of the course content includes how to design, implement and assess arts residency programs and program success.
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