Art Curriculum Assessment and Methods for K-12 Educators

Art Curriculum Assessment and Methods for K-12 Educators
Art and design curriculum development and assessment methods for K-12 educators.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesARTED 276; a minimum C+ grade in ARTED 378 and 397.
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining ARTED 478
Course Outcomes

Curriculum Theory and Practice

Investigate and respond to historic and contemporary definitions, theories, and practices of curriculum through reading, reflection, discussion, and development.

Social Justice and Ecological Beliefs

Scrutinize personal beliefs and practices regarding social justice and ecological concerns in art education in relation to one's mentors and peers.

Curriculum and Personal Beliefs and Practices

Analyze how these personal beliefs and practices relate to conceptualizations in contemporary curriculum discourse.

Curriculum Planning

Construct curricular materials and resources that reflect contemporary practice among artists, researchers, teacher, and learners.


Self-evaluate behavior, in relation to art education faculty observations, using the Professional Disposition Instrument (PDI) and Professional and Interpersonal Behavior Rating Scale (PIBS).

Educator Preparation Program Outcomes

This course is part of your preparation for licensure in a major or minor that is part of the BYU Educator Preparation Program (EPP). This course will help you fulfill the EPP Outcomes required for accreditation. Advisors in Education Student Services (350 MCKB/801-422-3426) can answer questions you have about the licensure requirements for your teaching major or minor. This includes becoming familiar with the UETS and TWS so as to be able to pass with at least a basic competency level in each criteria.