This new age brought reform and restoration to Chinese culture though both technological advancement and ideas that were not as significantly strong as when they were expressed in the past....
''I have focused a big part of my work on hunger and poverty issues and have worked in several countries in Europe, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Western Asia. Through agricultural development I have been able to evolve, refining my niche as I learn and grow. My scholarship is focused on teaching and learning methodologies, and on lessons learned from development programs. That helps me to improve my own teaching and gives me plenty of case studies and personal stories for my courses.''
This is a modern book about symbolism found in Chinese art. An A-to-Z catalog of hundreds of symbols represented in the Chinese arts, with images and text to explore their meanings. Includes more than 200 color and black-and-white images of ceramics, porcelains, carvings, lacquers, embroidery, paintings, and wood blocks depicting the various symbols.
Students holding a B.A. in Music are prepared to enter a variety of fields. The degree provides a foundation for studio teaching, music business, arts administration, performance, and church music. Students also pursue graduate study in music or other disciplines that accept a general liberal arts degree for entry.
History Chinese music dates back to 1000 BC.
School-based field experience is the heart of the program; students are placed in a middle-grades classroom with an experienced mentor teacher beginning in their first semester, building toward full-time student teaching in their last. The program puts special emphasis on diversity; positive learning environments; high-poverty and non-native English speaking populations; curriculum, instruction, and assessment; family and community engagement; civic education; and policy studies.
[tags: Art History, Painting, Technique]
The Birth through kindergarten emphasis prepares teachers to work with birth through kindergarten-age children with and without disabilities. The curriculum promotes developmentally appropriate inclusive and collaborative teaching practices with engaging instruction and support to young children and their families. Field placements in classes with infants/toddlers, preschoolers, pre-k, and kindergarten are provided. Graduates are recommended to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission for a renewable teaching certificate in birth through kindergarten and preschool special education.
[tags: chinese arts, chinese painting, li gonglin]
The program features a clinical experience where majors spend a significant amount of time observing and engaging teachers in partner schools, ultimately planning, teaching, and assessing actual students. This practicum combines with university coursework where practice is rethought and refined through interaction with faculty, doctoral students, and cutting-edge research. All majors choose an area of teaching specialization in Economics, History, Geography, or Political Science.