Student Centered Learning in Fine Arts is a two-credit class for K-12 Fine Arts teachers designed to integrate Art, Drama, Humanities, and Music content and resources, Student Centered Learning activities, and professional practice. Participants will explore (in DoDEA provided resources) and integrate (or create their own) lesson plans using the Connect Standards, with student centered learning activities. Teachers will participate in DoDEA Fine Arts assessments and share data. Educators will build job-alike communities to support their teaching practice in the Fine Arts classrooms, share best practices, and create a collaborative network with their peers.
Number of Units: 2.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for DoDEA Educators.
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The University of San Diego’s Division of Professional and Continuing Education offers graduate-level extension credit for work completed in trainings, workshops, conferences, induction, credentials, and other professional development programs not offered directly by USD. Complete one of the above and a member of our division will help you earn credit for your hard work and dedication to continuing your education.
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