CI 5049: Digital Media & Technology Integration: Arts Education Theory & Practice

3 Credits

This course explores issues in the visual and performing arts regarding the current and potential use of technology and digital media in P-12 arts classrooms. Through readings, discussions, artistic production, academic writing, and collaboration, you will understand the use and integration of technology in P-12 arts classrooms as pedagogical tools; the function of scaffolding students’ use of digital media as part of 21st century arts teaching and learning; various technological supports for student learning and artistic production; specific digital media theories, pedagogies, and content knowledge; the use of technology in designing, sharing, and conducting lessons; issues concerning the assessment and exhibition of student works; and practical issues of using technology for teaching in and through the arts.

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