DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.

Roy J. Reynolds

786 Cannon Ct.

Ellettsville, IN 47429

Cell Ph: 859-582-7680

 

Email: reyno4rj@gmail.com

 

 

Education

            Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

 

            Dec. 2016

            Doctorate of Education, Curriculum & Instruction- Art Education

           

            Dissertation:  Public Visual Arts Teachers as Curricular Decision Makers.

            Committee Members: Dr. Marjorie Manifold, Art Education

                                            Dr. Cindy Borgmann, Art Education

                                            Dr. Mary Benson McMullen, Curric. Studies

                                              

 

            Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY

 

            May 2002

            Master of Arts in Education, Secondary Education

            Art Education concentration

            Gifted & Talented education endorsement

 

            May 1997

            Bachelor of Arts, Art Education

            Grades P-12

 

 

Academic Appointment and Teaching Experience

  

2018 - present

Indiana University, Bloomington

Adjunct faculty, Art Education

 

Spring 2018

M430 / Z532  Foundations of Art Education & Methods II. Undergraduate and graduate-level art

teacher certification courses. This course is an advanced study of curriculum developments in art education. Responsibilities included:

  • Selected and supplemented course materials to reflect current trends in contemporary art education

  • Facilitated discussions of readings on topics and issues related to art education

  • Guided students on the development and execution of lessons related to the field experience in public schools

  • Facilitated school, teacher, and pre-service teacher interactions during field placement.

2017 - present

Eastern Illinois University

Adjunct graduate faculty, Online Masters of Art Education program

 

Fall 2018

ART 5520- Creative Technology in Art Education

ART-5800- Research Methods in Art Ed

 

Spring 2018

ART-5970- Individualized Study (capstone project)

Advanced research leading to the completion of the research project/paper in art education.

 

ART 5515 - Art, Culture, and Community: Alternative Sites for Art Education

This course examines the manner in which artistic, cultural, and creative expressions reveal and influence community life among diverse peoples, analyzes the impact of globalization on cultural groups in selected sites around the world, and considers how local artisans, cultural workers, community leaders, business enterprises, and not-for-profit organizations contribute to local civil society.

 

Fall 2017

ART 5500     - Foundations of Art Education  3(3-0)

This course examines the historical and philosophical foundations of art education, including current trends, concepts, and strategies in art education.  

 

ART 5800  - Research Methods in Art Education 3(3-0)

This course presents students with research methods commonly found in the field of art education. Topics for discussion include the history of research in art and art education, traditional and current research methods including applied and basic research, and techniques for conducting and writing research.

 

 

2013 - present

Monroe County Community School Corp.

 

Arts integration coach / Visual arts teacher

 

  • coach for elementary teachers on arts integration in a high needs, low-income arts-focused school. 
  • Developed and implemented visual arts curriculum based on state visual art standards
  • Planned, structured, and conducted visual arts lessons to 400+ elementary students


November 2013 - 2015

Ivy Tech Community College

Waldren Arts Center

Instructor community arts

 

 

2011- 2013

Central Michigan University

 

Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Design Art Education

 

ART  343      - Art in the Elementary School Grades K-4  3(3-0)

An art methods class for the art education major covering developmentally appropriate curricula and content for the elementary school student. 

Responsibilities included:

  • Selected and supplemented course materials to reflect current trends in contemporary elementary art education
  • Facilitated discussions on topics and issues related to art education (constructivist approach)
  • Guided students on the development and execution of lessons related to the field experience in public schools
  • Facilitated peer to peer learning opportunities
  • Demonstrated mini-workshops and techniques applicable to elementary classroom use.

 

ART  344      - Art in the Middle School Grades 5-8 3(3-0)  

An art methods class for the art education major covering developmentally appropriate curricula and content for the middle school student.

Responsibilities included:

  • Selected, structured, and supplemented course materials to reflect current trends in contemporary middle-level art education.
  • Facilitated discussions on topics and issues related to art education, child development, curriculum design and implementation.
  • Guided students in the development and execution of curr

 

ART  345      - Art in the Elementary School  (non-Major)  3(3-0)

Art for the Elementary child; its relationship to curricula and general development of the child in relation to the elementary classroom setting.

Responsibilities included:

  • Selected and developed curriculum and course materials to demonstrate learning through the arts
  • Facilitated discussions on topics and issues related to learning through the arts
  • Instructed in art concepts and terminology in relation to curriculum integration
  • Instructed in art as an alternative assessment and a way to reach all learners
  • Incorporation of visual arts academic standards in elementary lessons.
  • Demonstrated mini-workshops and techniques applicable to elementary classroom use.

 

2005 – 2011

 

Indiana University

 

Associate Instructor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Art education

 

Spring 2011

 

Associate Instructor (Instructor of Record) / supervisor field experience

 

M500 Integrated Professional Seminar (0-6 cr.) This seminar is linked to courses and field experiences included in the Transition to Teaching (T2T) program. It will allow for collaboration among school-based mentors, university-based instructors, and T2T candidates in offering academic content appropriate to the program. The seminar will provide a technology-rich and performance-based professional experience.

 

 M501 Laboratory/Field Experiences in elementary education  (2cr. ) field

experience focusing on gaining an understanding of daily classroom culture, including the development of appropriate relationships with all constituencies. To experience various instructional strategies and learning experiences. To develop the habit of thoughtful, comprehensive reflection, and to work with individual students and small groups, planning and delivering series of units within the classroom.

 

Responsibilities included:

  • Supervise graduate pre-service teachers in field experience
  • Teach seminar focused on the integration of Social Studies, the Arts, and Language arts; with additional focus on the use of technology and student management.
  • Select and develop course materials and curriculum in conjunction with cohort instructors.
  • Facilitate discussions of readings and integration on topics and issues related to daily classroom culture, instructional strategies, and learning experiences
  • Coordinate placement of pre-service teachers into school settings.

 

Fall 2010

 

Interim instructor

 

 K 352Education of Students with Learning Disorders (1-3 cr.)  This course focuses on educational programs for optimum growth and development of educable mentally retarded and learning disabled children. Study and observation of curriculum content, the organization of special schools and classes, and teaching methods and materials.

 

Interim supervisor

 

K 495B Laboratory/Field Experiences in Special Education Provides the student with a field-based, supervised experience with individuals with severe handicaps. It allows the opportunity to interact with school/ work/community settings on a regular basis with specific assignments, which are mutually agreed upon between student, cooperating teacher, and practicum supervisor.

 

 

Spring 2010, Spring 2009, Fall 2008, Fall 2007, Fall 2006, Spring 2006, Fall 2005 (12 sections total)

 

Associate Instructor (Instructor of Record)

 

M333Art experience for the elementary teacher (2 cr.).  This course focuses on the integration of the visual arts into the classroom as a means to facilitate learning in all subjects/fields. Responsibilities included:

  • Selected and developed curriculum and course materials to demonstrate  integration of art education into the classroom
  • Facilitated discussions of readings and integration on topics and issues related to art education
  • Instructed in art concepts and terminology in relation to  curriculum integration
  • Instructed in art as an alternative assessment and a way to reach all learners
  • Incorporation of visual arts academic standards in elementary lessons.
  • Demonstrated mini-workshops and techniques applicable to elementary classroom use.

 

Fall 2009

 

Associate Instructor  (Instructor of Record)

 

M130Introduction to Art Education (3 cr.) An undergraduate-level course required for Art Teaching Certification. Historical, sociological, and philosophical foundations of education, and the general processes and techniques of teaching as they apply to art instruction.

Responsibilities included:

 

  • Selected and developed course materials to reflect current trends in contemporary art education
  • Researched and developed resources related to art education based field experience
  • Facilitated discussions of readings on topics and issues related to art education
  • Guided students on the development of  units and execution lessons related to the field experience

Spring 2009

 

Course Coordinator M333, Art Experiences for Elementary Teachers

  • Guided the revision of common course syllabus
  • Preparing  / Coordinating  resources and materials
  • Supervised instructors new to teaching this course
  • Provide assistance, feedback, and commentary to new instructors
  • Liaison between department chair and M333 instructors
  • Mediate instructor/student grievance

 

Fall 2008

 

Associate Instructor (Instructor of Record

 

Z533Introduction to Art Education (3 cr.) A graduate-level course required for Masters in Art Teaching Certification. Historical, sociological, and philosophical foundations of education, and the general processes and techniques of teaching as they apply to art teaching.

 

Responsibilities included:

 

  • Selected and developed course materials to reflect current trends in contemporary art education
  • Researched and developed resources related to the theme of community-based field experience
  • Facilitated discussions of readings on topics and issues related to art education
  • Guided students on the development of  units and execution lessons related to the field experience

 

M101 Early Field experience (1cr.) The laboratory or field experiences are designed to give students practical experience in a classroom setting to merge theoretical principles and classroom experiences.

  • Assisted in development of community-based field experiences utilizing afterschool community service organizations (Boys & Girls Club)
  • Assigned students to teaching teams and placement positions

 

Fall 2007

 

Associate Instructor (Instructor of Record)

 

M330 / Z531 Foundations of Art Education & Methods I.  Undergraduate and graduate-level art teacher certification courses. This course is an introduction to art education theory and related social issues. Responsibilities included:

 

  • Selected and developed curriculum and course materials to reflect current trends in contemporary art education
  • Researched and developed resources related to the theme for Saturday Art School
  • Facilitated discussions of readings on topics and issues related to art education
  • Guided students on the execution of lessons and development of  units related to Saturday Art School field experience
  • Coordinated student-generated art exhibit  of Saturday Art School children’s artwork

 

M301 Field experience for juniors (1cr.) The laboratory or field experiences are designed to give students practical experience in a classroom setting in order to merge theoretical principles and classroom experiences.

 

  • Supervised and evaluated  pre-service teachers during Saturday Art School field experience  providing feedback and suggestions to improve content and pedagogy  
  • Assisted in administration of community-based field experience (Saturday Art School)
  • Assigned students to teaching teams and placement positions

Spring 2007

 

Associate Instructor (Instructor of Record)

 

M430 / Z532  Foundations of Art Education & Methods II. Undergraduate and graduate-level art teacher certification courses. This course is an advanced study of curriculum developments in art education. Responsibilities included:

  • Selected and supplemented course materials to reflect current trends in contemporary art education
  • Facilitated discussions of readings on topics and issues related to art education
  • Guided students on the development and execution of lessons related to the field experience in public schools
  • Facilitated school, teacher, and pre-service teacher interactions during field placement

 

M401 Field experience for undergraduate seniors and graduate teacher-certification students (1cr.) The laboratory or field experiences are designed to give students practical experience in a classroom setting to merge theoretical principles and classroom experiences

  • Supervised and evaluated  pre-service teachers during Saturday Art School field experience  providing feedback and suggestions to improve content and pedagogy  
  • Assisted in administration of community-based field experience (Saturday Art School)
  • Assigned students to teaching teams and placement positions 

 

 

1998 – 2005

 

Laurel County Public Schools        

Visual Arts Teacher, South Laurel High School

 

  • Developed and implemented visual arts curriculum based on state visual art standards
  • Planned, structured, and conducted visual arts lessons to 120+ H.S. students on block schedule
  • Arts & Humanities instructor. Developed curriculum and conducted lessons in art history and art appreciation
  • Coordinated student exhibitions and events
  • Organized and orchestrated service learning/community outreach  projects  

 

 Visual Arts Teacher, Gifted & Talented summer program

  • Developed and implemented integrated visual arts curriculum based on student need.
  • Planned, structured, and co-taught visual arts lessons to 100+ gifted third through eighth-grade students.
  • Worked collaboratively with drama department on set design and costuming, constructed by students. 

 

1997 – 1998

 

Gallatin County schools 

Visual Arts Teacher, Gallatin County schools

 

  • Developed and implemented curriculum based on state visual art standards
  • Planned and conducted lessons for 350+ middle school students on 9-week rotation. Planned and conducted  lessons to 75 + H.S. students on block schedule
  • Coordinated student exhibitions and events
  • Organized Service learning/community outreach  projects  

 

1996

 

Morehead State University- Upward Bound

Visual Arts instructor

 

  • Planned, structured and conducted - enrichment classes to high school students interested in the arts and humanities.
  • Coordinated student exhibition 

 

Research

2009-2016   Dissertation: Public Visual Arts Teachers as Curricular Decision Makers. In this autoethnographic study, I explore how I and a small group of elementary visual arts teachers, who live and teach in a small- Midwestern town, perceive the contexts that impact our process of curricular decision-making. Utilizing self-reflection and individual interviews, and document reviews to better understand how we teachers perceptions about the curricular decision-making processes. 

 

2007 -2008      Research Assistant with Dr. Robin Moeller on “No thanks, those are boy books”: a  feminist cultural analysis of graphic novels as curricular materials. Duties included conducting interviews with male high school students in both group and individual settings. Assisted in the development of research questionnaire.

 

2006-2008       Early Inquiry project: How visual arts teachers choose multicultural curricula content; a study of seven art teachers and how they incorporated multicultural content into their visual arts classes. (within Y 611 & J 605) Unpublished research project.

 

2006-2007       The Arts and the Great Depression: curriculum development for teaching through the arts. As part of a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grant, along with Dr. Lara Lackey and Moxie Stoermer; conducted a wide-ranging search for  resources related to the Arts in the Great Depression, developed curriculum and  course materials focusing on the use of the Arts of the Great Depression as a means to demonstrate teaching through the arts to undergraduate pre-service teachers. These resources were shared with students and other instructors and became the basis for numerous new projects demonstrating teaching through the arts and integrating the arts with social studies.

 

Publications 

2014 Pin-Terrific! in Nye, J:  Pinterest Perfect!: Creative prompts & pin-worthy projects inspired by the artistic community of Pinterest. Walter Foster, Publisher

 

Lackey, L., Abowd, G., Basak, R., Chou, C., Hsu, P., Reynolds, R. Soylu, M., Stoemer, M., Wang, T. (2009)  What the Best College Teachers Do: Implications for Teaching Art Education Methods Courses for Elementary Majors. Studies in Art Education 50 (2) 205-208

 

Grants and Awards


Elementary Art Educator of the Year 2017

Award recipients are nominated by their peers and are teachers who show outstanding educational and artistic achievement and service in art education.

 

Outstanding Associate Instructor -Teaching Award

Indiana University for the academic year 2008-2009.  Faculty nominated and reviewed award for outstanding teaching by an associate instructor.

 

The Daisy M. and Vivian L. Jones Fellowship

Indiana University School of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction. 2006. $3000 for support of research conducted to improve the quality of elementary education.

 

Active Learning Grant 

Indiana University Instructional Support Services in conjunction with the Office of Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculties. 2006.  $1500.00 for revision of M333, Art Methods for Elementary Teachers. Dr. Lara Lackey with R. Reynolds and M. Stoermer

 

Presentations

Juried Presentations, National Level

 

Reynolds, R (2014) Launching a Saturday Art School Program. Presentation at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association, San Diego, CA.

 

Makenson, J. Gatlin, L. Reynolds, R (2014) The New Normal of graduate-level art education: A higher education roundtable. Presentation at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association, San Dieago, CA.

 

Reynolds, R., Gatlin, L., & Makemson, J. (2013) Drawing on experience: storytelling in the methods class; Narrative and informal education. Presentation at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association, Ft. Worth, Texas.

 

Reynolds, R., Gatlin, L., & Manifold, M. (2013) Pinterest Mindless Addiction or Valuable Site of Teaching & Learning? Presentation at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association, Ft. Worth, Texas.

 

Gatlin, L., Reynolds, R. & Stoemer, M. (2011) The “New” Creativity As An Approach To Teaching Art Methods For Elementary Teachers. Presentation at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association, Seattle, WA.

 

Reynolds, R (2010) Ten Artists You May Not Know, But Should: Using Contemporary Artists to Address broad Social Themes with Students.  Presentation at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association, Baltimore, MD

 

Reynolds, R (March 2007) The Role of Multicultural Education in the Visual Arts. Presentation at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association, New York, NY.

 

Reynolds, R., & Stoermer, M. (March 2007) Teaching through the Arts: Images and the Great Depression. Presentation at the annual convention of the  National Art Education Association, New York, NY.

 

Juried Presentations, State and Regional Level1

 

Reynolds, R. (2011) Using Contemporary Artists to Address Broad Social Themes with Students 2.0. Presentation at the annual convention of the Michigan Art Education Association, Kokomo, MI. November 12, 2011

 

Reynolds, R (2008) Ten Artists You May Not Know, But Should: Using Contemporary Artists to Address Broad Social Themes with Students.  Presentation at the annual convention of the Art Education Association of Indiana (AEAI), French Lick, IN. 

 

Reynolds, R & Stoermer, M. ( 2007) Teaching through the Arts: Images and the Great Depression. Presentation at the annual convention of the Art Education Association of Indiana (AEAI), West Lafayette, IN.

 

Reynolds, R (2002) Art & Humanities strategies in the art classroom. Presentation at the annual convention of the Kentucky Art Education Association (KAEA), Morehead, KY

 

Reynolds, R (2001) The Art & Humanities requirements: what it means in the Visual Arts Classroom. Presentation at the annual convention of the Kentucky Art Education Association (KAEA), Richmond, KY

 

Invited Presentations: University, Department, School, and Local Level

 

Reynolds, R (2018) Foil Tape Embossed Jewelry

Elementary art teachers often avoid jewelry projects due to the cost, the kind of tools needed, and the time needed. This project uses inexpensive materials to create unique and sturdy jewelry that looks amazing. Materials include chipboard/cardboard, foil tape, and sharpie. Teachers will leave with a set of instructions and a finished project.

 

Reynolds, R (2018) Digital self-portraits: “here’s looking at me”

Teachers will explore a lesson in creating a self-portrait utilizing the iPad, Teachers will experience a third grade lesson on creating a digital self-portrait using free apps to capture the students likeness, create a line drawing, add value and detail. Students crate elaborate backgrounds (similar to Kehinde Wiley) to include in their portrait. Teachers may use their iPad, android tablet, or phone to join in to create their portrait as part of this session. Apps used will be Sketchbook (by autodesk), your camera app, and KaleidoPaint by Jeff Weeks

 

Reynolds, R. (2013)  Engaging Learners with hands-on art experiences.  Invited speaker at the 8th annual Learn Today, Teach Tomorrow conference. April 6th, 2013

 

Reynolds, R. (2013)  Art in Everything: Art in the reading and math classrooms. Invited speaker / America Counts Mathematics Tutoring program / America Reads CMU Volunteer Center. March 2013

 

Reynolds, R. (2012)  Core Content through the arts: What it means for your students. Invited speaker at the 7th annual Learn Today, Teach Tomorrow conference. April 14th, 2012.

 

Reynolds, R. (2012) Art & Science: FUNdamentally intertwined. Invited speaker at the National Teachers of Science Education Student Chapter. February 21st, 2012

 

Reynolds, R. (2011) Art’s Role in the New Creative Community. Invited presenter at Art: What is it good for? Symposium on the Arts & Education. November 19th, 2011

 

Reynolds, R. (2010)  IN Focus on Art Education.  Invited panel guest on InFocus, a live 30-minute monthly production, airing on WTIU public television. The episode focuses on the state of arts education in light of the recent statewide budget concerns.

 

Reynolds, R. (2010) Multicultural Art Education – Beyond the Benetton Ad. Invited speaker in P. Heu’s M333 Art for the Elementary Teacher.

 

Reynolds, R. & Galtin, G. (2010) Technology in the visual arts classroom: Free alternatives to costly software. Invited speaker in M430. Instructor: Dr. M. Manifold

 

Reynolds, R. (2009) Cooperative Biography: Bookmaking, Storytelling, and, Art making. Invited speaker in  E325 Social Studies in the Elementary Schools. Instructor: Dr. Lynn Boyle-Baise, Indiana University,  Bloomington, IN.

 

Reynolds, R. (2008). Storyboarding and Bookmaking Techniques. Invited speaker in E325 Social Studies in the Elementary Schools. Instructor: Dr. Lynn Boyle-Baise, Indiana University,  Bloomington, IN.

 

Lackey, L., Reynolds, R., & Stoermer, M. (2007). The Arts and the Great Depression: Overview of  Curriculum Development related to an Active Learning Grant. Indiana University Memorial Union, Maple room, 2-3 pm February 9, 2007 

 

Reynolds, R (2006). Classroom Management: what new teachers need to know. Indiana University Invited speaker in M430 Dr. Manifold.

 

Reynolds, R., Miller, B., & Kennedy, T., (1998). The Arts & Humanities requirement: a team approach. Presentation at the annual conference of school superintendents, Louisville  KY

 

Service

University

 

2012- 2013

 

Professional development on arts integration strategies; America Counts Mathematics Tutoring program / America Reads CMU Volunteer Center. March 2013

 

Coordinator, Saturday Art School; Department of Art & Design Central Michigan University

Honors Faculty member, Central Michigan University

 

Professional Education Selection and Retention Committee (PESAR)                         Member, Central Michigan University

 

Grade Grievance Committee, member, College of Communications and Fine arts, Central Michigan University

 

Artist in Residence Committee, Chair, Department of Fine Arts, Central Michigan University

 

Scholarship Committee, Department of Fine Arts, Central Michigan University

 

Art Department Representative: Arts Expo: The college fair for students of the arts. October 24, 2012, Lansing, Mi.

 

2011-2012     

Participant/presenter  CCFA’s Brown Bag focusing on Research in the Fine    Arts “Vignettes: Elementary visual arts teachers reflect on their curriculum decision making process” Wednesday, February 1, 2012

 

Grade Grievance Committee, College of Communications and Fine arts, CentralMichigan University

 

Artist in Residence committee, Department of Fine Arts, Central Michigan University

 

Scholarship Committee, Department of Fine Arts, Central Michigan University

 

Co-Advisor of the Central Michigan University Student Chapter of National Art Education Association (NAEA) 

 

2009-2010      

Coordinated, planned, and conducted art education activities for the Martin Luther King: A Day On observance with Mathers Museum education staff.

 

2007-2010    

Advisor of the Indiana University Art Education (IUAE) Student Chapter of NAEA.

  • Organized and assisted in the re-launch of the Indiana University’s student chapter of the National Art Education Association, coordinated meetings, assisted in the writing of charter with Laurie Gatlin; under the advisement of Dr. M. Manifold.

2008 

Planned and coordinated welcoming reception for Dr. Xia; visiting scholar with L. Gatlin.

 

2005-2008      

Indiana University child care collation, committee member

 

2006- 2008     

New member coordinator, Knee High Cooperative Daycare, Indiana University

 

2005-2006      

Coordinated, planned, and conducted art education activities for the Martin Luther King:  A Day On observance with M. Stoermer 

 

State

 

2001-2005      

Kentucky Art Education Association, Treasurer

 

2001-2005      

Grant Review Committee, Member, Kentucky Art Education Association

 

Local / School

 

2009-2011      

Volunteer- Edgewood Primary School. Reading coach/classroom volunteer, Guest teacher.

 

2006-2009      

Edgewood High School, Richland-Bean Blossom Schools district, Ellettsville, IN Invited judge – Juried visual arts show

 

2002-2005      

Site Based Decision Making Council, teacher member, South Laurel High School

  • School councils are shared leadership with the membership of each council includes parents, teachers and an administrator of the school.  The council has the responsibility to set school policy and make decisions outlined in statute which shall provide an environment to enhance student achievement and help meet the goals established in KRS 158.645 and 158.6451. 

2001-2002      

Consolidated plan writing committee, South Laurel High School

 

2000-2003      

Program coordinator arts and humanities  South Laurel High School

  • facilitated course instructors, schedules, and materials. Coordinated student exhibitions and events including school-wide field trips.

 2000-2004      

Senior Class Coordinator, South Laurel High School

  • directed communication between staff, students, parents, and administration. Worked in tandem with councilors to make sure all graduation requirements were being met. Administered graduation process and program

 1998-2002      

Professional development committee, Chair, South Laurel High school

 

1996-1998      

Yearbook advisor, Art club sponsor, Gallatin County High School, Gallatin County Middle school

 

 

Certification / license

 

Indiana Department of Education:

Professional Educator's License

License Number:10088063

Visual Arts grades P-12 

 

Kentucky Professional Standards Board:

Certificate For Teaching In The Secondary Grades 9-12                    

(Departmentalized Grades 7-8 in Field)

Teaching Major: Art

Endorsement For Elementary School Art

Endorsement For Teaching Gifted Education, All Grades           

Rank I  Master + 30 endorsement                                               

 

 

 

References

 

Dr. Marjorie C Manifold

art education program chair

Associate Professor, Art Education  

Department of Curriculum & Instruction

3202 W.W. Wright Education Building

Indiana University

201 N. Rose Avenue

Bloomington, IN 47405

812- 856-8133

mmanifol@indiana.edu

 

Larry Burditt

Chair, Art and Design 

132 Wightman Hall

Central Michigan University

Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859

 

Dr. Lara Lackey

Chair, Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Associate Professor, Art Education and Curriculum Studies

3218 W.W. Wright Education Building

Indiana University

201 N. Rose Avenue

Bloomington, IN 47405

812-856-8150

llackey@indiana.edu

 

 

 

 

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.