Section A: There are four emphasis in art education: music, visual arts, dance, and theater. Each one is just as important as science, social studies, language arts, and mathematics. Art education is a way for students to be creative, express themselves, build their self-confidence, and become overall better students in the classroom. Just like in science, social studies, language arts, and mathematics; students need to grow in art education. Art education fosters social, emotional, physical, intellectual, cognitive, and motor development of students. It is important for students to be provided opportunities for self-expression and self-exploration. Art education provides students with such opportunities to do so. It is key for academic success. The first emphasis in art education is music. Music is art concerned with combining vocal or instrumental sounds for beauty of form or emotional expression, usually according to cultural standards of rhythm, melody, and, in most Western music, harmony (Music, 2014). It is arranged in a series of tones known as melodies. The tones are characterized by the pitch, intensity, duration, and timbre (Gelineau, 2004). The rhythm of a piece of music is made up of long and short sounds and silences in the beat. There are many different forms of music. Several forms of music include: symphony, opera, concerto and more. Music in the classroom consists of singing, playing instruments, moving, listening, creating, and reading music. Music is used for expression, to soothe, move, inspire, heal, unite, and for many other things. It helps in the development of social, cognitive, affective, motor, and creative areas in students. Music helps students become better critical thinkers and problem solvers. Music has been proven to help students who are deaf, autistic, or speech-delayed. It can alleviate problems of mentally, emotionally, and physically challenged students. Music helps students develop memory skills, intellect, and helps with language development. Music provides students with experiences to improve their self-esteem and inner strength. The second emphasis in art education is art. Like music, art is often referred to as the “universal language,” for it speaks to us from everywhere (Gelineau, 2004). Paintings, drawings, sculptures, architecture, photography, and more are creations of art. Line, space, form, shape, color, and texture are the elements of art and each element is used to create a piece of artwork. An artist uses the principles of art when the elements are assembled to create a satisfactory work of visual art. The principles of art include: balance, emphasis, rhythm, unity, variety, proportion and more. Art is a way for students to communicate their ideas, feelings, thoughts, and beliefs. It develops creativity and offers opportunities for self-fulfillment in students. Art helps in the development of psychomotor, affective, and cognitive skills. It is a way for students to explore and express themselves. The third emphasis in art education is dance. There are many different types of dance. Examples of the types of dances are ballet, ballroom, modern, country, jazz, tap, folk, break, and theatre. Dance is a form of expression using bodily movements to the rhythm of music. Body articulation, space, force, energy, intensity, and time are the elements of dance. All dance is made up of either locomotor or nonlocomotor movements. It unifies the physical, emotional, and mental aspects of human beings. It helps develop affective, aesthetic, psychomotor, and socio-cultural skills in students. Movement plays a vital role in student learning. The fourth emphasis in art education is drama. Drama is human expression by using the five senses, physical body, imagination, speech, emotions, and intellect. Different types of drama include: pantomime, improvisation, tableau, puppetry, and more. Drama teaches students about life and how to listen, imagine, and express themselves creatively.
Coursework includes the campus general education requirements. Students must complete a 42-hour
block of courses from an approved list of general education courses. These courses are from six areas:
Skill Goals: 1) Communicating Skills - (English 1100 plus one 3 hr. course)
2) Managing Information Skills (BA 1800 or another approved course)
3) Valuing Skills (Econ 1001)
Knowledge Goals: 4) Social and Behavioral Sciences Knowledge…
upper-division (300-400 level) coursework.
To graduate you must have a minimum 2.0 GPA in your major, minor, and overall.
This page outlines your General Education requirements. Page 4 will review the requirements for the Psychology major.
General Education Requirements:
ENGL 101, 107 AND ENGL 102, 108
Or ENGL 109H (along with a 4 or 5 on the AP English exam)
Mid-Career Writing Assessment: Fulfilled by an A or B in 2nd semester of English. If you earned a C or lower in your…
4. VALUES 3
5. EDUCATIONAL PRINCIPLES 4
6. THE UNIVERSITY'S ROLE AND CHARACTERISTICS 5
6.1 Quality 5
6.2 A Comprehensive University 5
6.3 A Research and Postgraduate Emphasis 5
6.4 A Broad Undergraduate Base 5
6.5 A Teaching-Research Nexus 6
6.6 An International Focus 6
6.7 Community Service 6
6.8 Size 6
6.9 Balance 7
6.10 Funding 7
7. DEFINING CHARACTERISTICS 8
8. UNIVERSITY GOALS 9
8.1 Education 9
The American Schooling System has been reviewed many times over the years. Although
there is no way to have “Perfect” school systems, there are ways to improve it. The German
Schooling System is step in the right direction. The German School System focuses on the
individual student levels, emphasis on important subjects, have reasonable break times/ overall
reasonable school time period.
The German School System focuses on each individual student levels. From grades one
equitably. Also so I can familiarize myself with my college’s specific guidelines.
2- What is the difference between a BA and BS degree?
The emphasis of the BA degree is the liberal and performing arts, such as history, English, literature, international languages, psychology, sociology, education, art, music, theatre, the humanities, and communication.
The emphasis of the BS degree is math and science, with courses such as biology, chemistry, physics, geology, geography, astronomy, economics, accounting…
to more imaginative approaches to curriculum planning
‘Creativity is the defeat of habit by originality’ Arthur Koestler
Many school leaders and teachers realise that is now time to take more control over the curriculum and to include a greater emphasis on creativity in the learning and teaching process.
During the last five years, headteachers have developed the confidence to take innovative and imaginative approaches to curriculum planning and school organisation. This is due to some encouragement…
IDEALISM IN EDUCATION
01. INTRODUCTION Idealism is the oldest theory of philosophy. Its origin goes back to ancient India in the East and to Plato in the West. Generally, Idealists believe that ideas are the true reality. According to them, the human spirit is the most important element in life. Matter is not real. It attaches great significance to the study of man and his mind. It maintains that the material and physical universe is subordinate to a higher type of reality, a spiritual universe…
stimulants (alcohol, tobacco, and others) and how they pursued arts funding: what was their strategy? What was the benefit to them?
A high-profile corporate art patron was Philip Morris, which fended off the bad publicity associated with its principal product line, cigarettes, and assiduously courted the good will of the art public, sponsoring and contributing to hundreds of exhibitions in museums, galleries, and other spaces for the visual arts. Renamed “Altria” in 2003 was a corporate moniker that successfully…
play a role.
- The Direct Method: Reaction to G-T, emphasizes teaching speaking through visuals, exclusive use of the Target Language, and inductive teaching which involves the subconscious “pick up” of grammar.
- The Audiolingual Method (ALM): emphasis on listening and speaking, teaches oral skills by means of stimulus and response, repetition, dialogue memorization, and manipulation of grammatical pattern drills. Example: repeating after the teacher.
3. TPR: Total Physical Response Method…