AED - ART EDUCATION

Department of Art (ARS)


AED - 2940 FIELD PLACEMENTS IN SPECIAL SETTINGS
[1 - 4 hours] Independent field work which will allow the undergraduate student to develop a course of study. Optional placement in a school system or in programs for children and youth at Toledo Museum of Art. Prerequisite: Admission to Art Education Program


AED - 3100 ART EDUCATION FOR THE PRE-PRIMARY AND PRIMARY CHILD
[3 hours] Focuses on the supporting the young child's capacity to create, perceive and appreciate the visual arts. Orientation to materials and instructional techniques will be explored through studio and gallery instruction with a young child. Prerequisite: Admission to the College of Education and Allied Professions


AED - 3120 FUNDAMENTALS OF ART FOR GRADES K-8
[3 hours] Focuses on the study of art history, art appreciation, the making of art including materials and techniques appropriate for grades K-8. The course material also addresses art as a developmental process. Prerequisite: Admission to the College of Education and Allied Professions


AED - 3130 MULTI-CULTURAL APPROACHES FOR ART APPRECIATION
[3 hours] An investigation of innovative methods for teaching multi-cultural understanding through art history and art appreciation. The Toledo Museum of Art's collection will be the focus for the course.


AED - 3300 CRAFTS IN ART
[3 hours] This course is designed to investigate the philosophy and variety of craft processes used to make art. Topics that may be covered include fibers, metal crafts, ceramics, paper making.


AED - 3500 INNOVATIONS IN ART EDUCATION
[3 hours] An introduction to new directions in art education. Current views of philosophy and psychology are implemented as the rationale for contemporary curricula in art education. Field experience is to be arranged. Prerequisite: Admission to Art Education program


AED - 3940 ART FIELD PLACEMENTS IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
[1 - 4 hours] Field placement in an elementary school setting allowing the undergraduate student, with art teacher approval, to develop a course of study that will satisfy the special needs of the student in art education. Prerequisite: Admission to Art Education program


AED - 4140 ART EDUCATION FOR THE SPECIAL CHILD
[3 hours] This course introduces and surveys a wide variety of art strategies and instructional adaptations for use with the child with physical, emotional or mental differences.


AED - 4200 COMPUTER GRAPHICS IN ART EDUCATION
[3 hours] This course examines the tools, technology and instructional applications of computer graphics in art settings. This course is especially appropriate for art educators interested in integrating art concepts using the Macintosh environment. Prerequisite: Admission to program in Art Education or permission of instructor


AED - 4240 ADAPTIVE METHODS IN THERAPEUTIC ART FOR CHILDREN
[3 hours] This course is designed to study art media and methods that will enhance the development of the adult with disabilities as it relates to their physical, emotional, intellectual, and social well being. Prerequisite: AED 4560


AED - 4280 THERAPEUTIC ART FOR ADULT POPULATIONS
[3 hours] This course is designed to provide understanding of how art experiences relate to special populations. Students will research and develop strategies and adaptations for use with special populations in therapeutic settings. Prerequisite: AED 4560


AED - 4300 MEDIA AND METHODS IN THERAPEUTIC ART
[3 hours] An investigation into group and individual processes as they relate to art media and methods in therapeutic art will be presented. Experiences in art media will be explored. Prerequisite: AED 4560


AED - 4450 CURRICULUM IN ART EDUCATION

[3hours] An exploration of discipline based on art education (DBAE) philosophy in the schools. Field placement in the Toledo Museum of Art's Youth program and the area schools will be used to implement the theoretical base. Prerequisite: Admission to the program in Art Education


AED - 4560 INTRODUCTION TO THERAPEUTIC ART
[3 hours] This course will introduce students to therapeutic art through investigation of theories in art education and art therapy. Students will explore art media and methods in therapeutic art programming.


AED - 4930 STUDENT TEACHING IN ART
[12 hours] Planned field experiences in public school classrooms under the direction of experienced art teachers. Gradual acceptance of full responsibility by student teacher. A scheduled time will be included to facilitating professional practices. Prerequisite: Admission to the College of Education and completion of all major methods courses related content area and professional education.


AED - 4940 INTERNSHIP IN THERAPEUTIC ART
[3 hours] This course will incorporate therapeutic art program development skills within an internship environment. Prerequisite: AED 4560, AED 4300


AED - 4950 INNOVATIONS IN ART EDUCATION
[3 hours] Students are introduced to a variety of activities and materials based upon children's interests and needs, available materials, and time allotted to art activities in the self-contained classroom.


AED - 4990 INDIVIDUAL STUDY IN ART EDUCATION FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
[1 - 4 hours] Individual study is designed to provide the student the opportunity to work individually on professional problems under the direction of the art education staff without formal class meetings. Prerequisite: Admission to the College of Education and Allied Professions


AED - 5000 RESEARCH IN ART EDUCATION
[4 hours] This course will provide an overview of empirical and historical research structures, application of research to classroom activities, and development of research for publication. Prerequisite: Graduate Admission in Art Education


AED - 5140 ART EDUCATION FOR THE SPECIAL CHILD
[3 hours] This course introduces and surveys a wide variety of art strategies and instructional adaptations for use with the child with physical, emotional or mental differences.


AED - 5200 COMPUTER GRAPHICS IN ART EDUCATION
[3 hours] This course examines the tools, technology and instructional application of computer graphics education settings. The course is appropriate for art educators as well as others interested in using graphics and the microcomputer. Prerequisite: Graduate admission in Art Education or permission of instructor


AED - 5220 ISSUES IN THERAPEUTIC ART
[3 hours] The study of art processes that provide physical, emotional and intellectual development. Topics covered include art history, art appreciation, aesthetics, making art and art materials, as well as philosophical. Prerequisite: Graduate admission in Recreation and Leisure Education or Art Education


AED - 5240 ADAPTIVE METHODS IN ART EDUCATION FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS
[3 hours] This course is designed to provide understanding of how art experiences relate to special populations. Students will research and develop strategies and instructional adaptations for use with special populations in a therapeutic or rehabilitative setting. Prerequisite: Graduate admission in Recreation and Leisure Education or Art Education; AED 5200


AED - 5260 THERAPEUTIC ART FOR THE PRE-ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT
[3 hours] Theory and Techniques of Therapeutic art with pre-adolescents/adolescents will be addressed. A survey of literature, case presentations and developmental stages will be discussed. Art assignments, papers and research will enhance a student's ability to work with this population. Prerequisite: Admission to the graduate program in Recreation and Leisure Education or Art Education; AED 5200


AED - 5280 THERAPEUTIC ART FOR ADULTS
[3 hours] This course is designed to study art methods and materials that will enhance the adult with special needs related to their emotional, intellectual and physical well-being. Prerequisite: Admission to the graduate program in Recreation and Leisure Education; AED 5200


AED - 5300 MEDIA AND METHODS IN THERAPEUTIC ART
[3 hours] An investigation into group and individual processes as they relate to art media and methods in therapeutic art will be presented. Experiences in art media will be explored. Prerequisite: Admission to the graduate program in Recreation and Leisure Education or Art Education; AED 5220


AED - 5500 CONTEMPORARY TRENDS & ISSUES IN ART EDUCATION
[4 hours] A review of research into current issues in art education related to methods of teaching, philosophy and psychology, this course also examines contemporary theoretical developments in art education. Prerequisite: Graduate admission in Art Education


AED - 5930 ADVANCED SEMINAR IN PHILOSOPHY OF ART EDUCATION
[1 - 4 hours] Guest lecturers from other institutions of higher learning are invited to The Toledo Museum of Art or The University of Toledo Department of Art to present seminars relevant to their endeavors. Prerequisite: Admission to the Graduate Program in Art Education


AED - 5950 WORKSHOP IN ART EDUCATION FOR THE SELF-CONTAINED CLASSROOM
[3 hours] Students are introduced to a variety of art activities and materials based on children's interests and needs, available materials, and time allotted to art activities in the self-contained classroom.


AED - 5990 INDIVIDUAL STUDY OF ART FOR THE GRADUATE STUDENT
[1 - 4 hours] Individual study is designed to provide a student with the opportunity to work independently on professional problems under the direction of the faculty in the Department of Art. Prerequisite: Admission to the Graduate Program in Art Education


AED - 6920 MASTERS RESEARCH PROJECT IN ART EDUCATION
[1 - 4 hours] This course is open to graduate students who elect the completion of a master's project in fulfilling the research requirement of the master's degree program. Prerequisite: Admission to the Graduate Program in Art Education.


AED - 6940 INTERNSHIP
[1 - 4 hours] Course is crosslisted as RED 6940. This course will incorporate advanced recreational therapy program in therapeutic art within an internship environment using expressive techniques. Prerequisite: Admission to the Professional Sequence in Therapeutic Art; RED 4940.

01: Creative Arts Therapy Psychiatric

02: Creative Arts Therapy Rehabilitation

03: Creative Arts Therapy Long Term Care

04: Creative Arts Therapy Mental Retardation


AED - 6960 MASTER'S RESEARCH THESIS IN ART EDUCATION
[1 - 4 hours] This course is open to graduate students who elect the completion of a master's thesis in fulfilling the research requirement of the master's degree program. Prerequisite: Admission to the Graduate Program in Art Education

Last Updated: 5/5/14