Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Dr. Cheryl L. Williams
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
This research was meant as an exploration of design education from a variety of angles. These investigations informed me, a pre-service art educator, in how I can teach design within my curriculum as well as advocate for design education in my professional career. I focused on two aspects of design: designed products representing the human made world that surrounds us, sometimes referred to as applied arts; and the design process, or design thinking, a reflective process. In an attempt to get a full view of the importance of and applications for design in the art education classroom, I researched through both literature and practice.
Woratzeck, Emily, "A Pre-Service Art Educator's Explorations of Design Education" (2015). Master's Theses, Dissertations, Graduate Research and Major Papers Overview. 136.
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