Enhance your pedagogical knowledge with added studio art expertise (Professional Licensure).
This dynamic Master of Education (M.Ed.) program in will allow you to expand your skills as an art teacher and gain a Professional license in Massachusetts. Immerse yourself in creative practices that will help you envision new contexts for making and viewing art, and keep current with new theories and research. Become grounded in integrated arts approaches in the curriculum, art and culture in community, the power of the image, literacy and the arts, and advanced studio arts. See expected outcomes of this program.
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This course will define community, local and global. It will guide students in the process of identifying and utilizing arts and resources within communities. Students will develop an expansive definition of visual culture from the traditional to the popular and the contemporary. Through art-based work, they will obtain a complex understanding of the role of art in communities near and far while developing advocacy strategies.
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Maureen Creegan-Quinquis directs the Teacher of Visual Art programs at Lesley, and is also the director of the Creative Arts in Learning Division. She is a working, exhibiting artist. Read more »