• Outside Partnerships Meeting

    Outside Partnerships will meet every other Wednesday (beginning February 10) at 11:00 a.m. Location varies. Please contact Tom Knechtel (tomknechtel@yahoo.com) if you'd like to join.
  • Curriculum and Pedagogy Meetings

    Meetings for this group are on alternate Thursdays, 11:00am – 12:30pm in the Faculty Lounge meeting room. Feb 18, Mar 4th, etc.
  • Future Trends and Global Context Meetings

    Future Trends and Global Context/Innovation meetings take place weekly on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge Conference Room.

Curriculum and Pedagogy

Posted by Jered Gold on February 2, 2010

NEXT MEETING: March 11th, 11:00am – 12:30pm Faculty Lounge

The comments section is open to everyone. The Curriculum and Pedagogy group will post comments about upcoming meetings, events and activities.  You can also share your vision about Curriculum and Pedagogy and the future of Art Center. Please see our homepage for more details information.

Meetings for this group are on alternate Thursdays, 11:00am – 12:30pm in the Faculty Lounge meeting room.

3 Responses to “Curriculum and Pedagogy”

  1. Philip Van Allen Says:

    The group co-chairs are Wendy Adest, Laura Cooper, and Phil van Allen.

  2. Anne Burdick Says:

    Smarthistory.org is an interesting web model for teaching art history. The two professors who created it are thoughtful and might be good speakers to contact–even by skype. http://smarthistory.org/

  3. Brenda Varda Says:

    I’m going through the findings (thus far) at
    http://transliteracies.english.ucsb.edu/category/research-project with the idea of looking at the primary text sources for current students – and how they are used.

    Established in 2005, Transliteracies brings together scholars in the humanities, arts, social sciences, and computer science in the University of California system whose work contributes to research on the impact of digital, networked technologies on reading practices. Transliteracies has established multiple working groups, brought the different approaches of those groups into conjunction behind a shared technology development initiative (the RoSE Research-oriented Social Environment); disseminated research; and trained a large number of graduate students working at the intersections of technological, social, artistic, and humanistic disciplines.