Cultural Approaches to Production
ARTED 6100 (3 credits)
This course provides a context for the investigation of various social, political, personal, and historical purposes for cultural production in public schools. Teacher candidates understand the role of personal experience, public memory, cultural narrative, intertextuality, audience, and agency in relation to cultural production. Teacher candidates develop curricula to interpret, analyze, and teach various forms of visual culture relevant to diverse and exceptional populations including issues of race, class, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.
Prerequisites: Open to third semester MAT students or permission of instructor.