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5440-02 Art

By fulfilling the Art major requirements students will meet most of the endorsement requirements for the State of Vermont.  In addition the following courses are highly recommended.

 

ART 0159  Studio Art I

ART 0160 Studio Art II

HARC 0100 Monuments and Ideas in Western Art

HARC 0102 Monuments and Ideas in Asian Art

 

These courses may coincide with the fulfillment of major or minor requirements

 

Specific course and endorsement alignments

 

Knowledge Standards

Attained through fulfillment of major or minor requirements and selected electives

 

Middlebury Course Offering

Knowledge/skill required

EDST 0317

The processes and stages of children’s and/or adolescents' artistic and aesthetic development

Major requirements

HARC courses (0100, 0102)

The historical development and role of the visual arts in contemporary and past cultures and time periods

ART 0160

EDST 0317

Art theory, including an understanding of the visual arts as a fundamental expression of human emotion and form of communication

EDST 0317

Philosophies and methods of art education (e.g., Process Models of art education, Discipline-Based Art Education)

EDST 0317

ART 0159

ART 0160

300 level Studio Art courses

Principles, purposes, and design of assessments in the visual arts, including the concepts of critical response and self-assessment

ART 0159

ART 0160

The elements and principles of two and three dimensional design (line, shape, color, value, texture, space, form, balance, pattern, rhythm, dominance, contrast, and movement)

0300 level Studio Art courses

Expertise in one or more of the visual arts (i.e. architecture, crafts, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, or sculpture), as demonstrated by presentation and exhibition of one’s work

ART 0159

ART 0160

0300 level Studio Art courses

Basic command of a variety of arts media (clay, tempera, etc.), including an understanding of the different properties each possesses

 

 Performance Standards

Attained through Senior work in major and presentations in all ART courses, Education Studies courses, including EDST 0410 Student Teaching Seminar, and understanding faculty use of best practice in their own classes

Middlebury Course Offering

Knowledge/skill required

EDST 0317

EDST 0318

EDST 0327

EDST 0410

Creates an emotionally and physically safe environment where artistic risk-taking, self-exploration, collaboration, discovery, experimentation, problem solving, and reflection can take place

EDST 0317

EDST 0318

EDST 0410

Creates, selects, and adapts a variety of resources, materials, and technologies, that support students as they learn through and about art

ART 0159

ART 0160

ART 0300 level or above

EDST 0317

EDST 0318

EDST 0410

Models the use of the vocabulary of the visual arts to describe and respond to works of art

HARC 0100

HARC 0102

EDST 0410

Creates opportunities for students to learn tolerance and respect for others through instruction in the multicultural nature of art history

EDST 0317

EDST 0410

Uses a variety of appropriate methods, including student self-assessment, to assess students’ artistic development, and uses assessment results to evaluate the effectiveness of one’s teaching and curriculum

EDST 0317

EDST 0410

Adapts materials, tasks, etc. to ensure the full access of all students, including special needs students, to a rich visual arts education

EDST 0317

EDST 0410

Integrates classroom curricular themes with the art curriculum (early childhood/elementary)

EDST 0317

EDST 0410

Advocates for a rich visual arts education for all students at the earliest possible age

 

5440-02 Art