Constructing portraits: An examination of students and teaching assistants within a university-level art appreciation course
AdvisorGalbraith, Lynn P.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractLittle research has been conducted with respect to students and teaching assistants who participate in and react to university-level general education art appreciation courses. Many instructors and teaching assistants have little knowledge of teacher education. Most teaching assistants have had no teaching experience. Through portraiture, this study examines the various types of students and teaching assistants who engage in this course. Portraiture is an innovative method of gathering, analyzing, and presenting data. Future research must be conducted to determine if instructors and teaching assistants learn about this student population through reading these portraits.
Degree ProgramGraduate College