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Art education faculty strive to transform traditional forms of learning to model a more collaborative and interactive pedagogy, mirroring today’s school experiences.
You will acquire the requisite knowledge, skills and dispositions to be an art educator in public schools. Art studio, art history, art education and education courses provide you the New Jersey instructional certificate as a Visual Art Teacher for grades K-12.
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This course explores the techniques and uses of watercolor and other water-soluble media that serves students’ needs and interests in a variety of ways from journaling, sketching, documentation, design, and creating formal fine works of art.
I want to make a difference for the children who think they do not have the artistic or creative capabilities of making something great in their world.
Michelle V. Middlesex County, NJ
I’ve been given the opportunity to take a wide variety of art classes. I think it’s really important that as a teacher I learn a lot of different media.
Larissa S. Cumberland County, NJ
Between the close-knit community, personable and caring professors and all the people with similar passions to me, Westby Hall is my home at Rowan.
Jenny H. Warren County, NJ
I love every second I am in the classroom and teaching, even when I am not teaching photography. Being a teacher is a dream I didn’t realize I had right away, but had been all my life.
Melissa G. Morris County, NJ
In my classes, I’m learning about classroom management and the strategies to do it effectively ... having a good time, while also making sure you get your lessons through.
Lydia D. Gloucester County, NJ