开始时间: 04/22/2022 持续时间: Unknown
Active learning is at the core of educational practice at MoMA. These practices cast the educator as a facilitator of experience and the students as empowered participants in their own learning-- models that propose an alternative to the “transfer of information” model that once prevailed in many museum and classroom contexts. This course, intended for K-12 teachers from all disciplines, will provide a deep dive into concrete multi-modal, multi-sensory, activity-based teaching methods that will inspire your students to think, create, debate, and engage with complex ideas. Though the course content will focus on strategies for teaching and engaging with art objects, such methods could be applied to a range of historical, socio-cultural, and scientific objects and data.
Active Learning with Art will feature multiple perspectives from the Education team at MoMA, who will introduce and demonstrate a plethora of experience- and object-based learning activities that can be integrated into a wide variety of curricula. These methods support important learning standards, such as multiple entry points, student-to-student discussion, collaborative learning and connecting learning to experience. They are based on and supported by current research in arts education and pedagogy, which will be provided in weekly reading assignments. Along the way, we’ll demonstrate how these strategies can not only push your teaching into exciting new directions, but serve as tools for assessing student learning.
The strategies and content that you will learn in this course parallels the proficiencies outlined in the Common Core State Standards as they relate to literacy, speaking and listening, critical thinking, analyzing informational text, and citing evidence to support arguments.
Active learning is at the core of educational practice at MoMA. This course, intended for K-12 teachers from all disciplines, will provide a deep dive into specific multi-modal, multi-sensory, activity-based teaching methods that will inspire your students to think, create, debate, and engage with complex ideas through any object, not just works of art.