Thinking about an online masters degree or just seeking professional development credits?
The NIU School of Art and Design is offering Research Readings in Art Education (ARTE 685), a three credit online course offered over four weeks from June 19 to July 16. There will be nine synchronous class meetings over the four weeks.
The course is taught by Professor Douglas Boughton, director of the NIU School of Art and Design, past world president of InSEA (International Society for Education Through Art) and current chair of the NAEA Distinguished Fellows.
This course will provide students with insights into the ways in which research has shaped the field of art and design education and help you to critically analyze contemporary practice. Topics covered include: creativity, drawing and development, critique methods, multiculturalism, social justice and inclusion and technology.
Students not currently enrolled at NIU in the online bachelor of science in education program can take the course as a student at large.
For more information, contact Professor Boughton at (630) 841-25626 or email@example.com.