This MOOC is organised around reflections of interest for the development of contemporary arts and education. The thematic axes will revolve around:
1. Research and extension: political aspects.
2. Images: between research and art teaching.
3. Art/Education and interculturality.
4. Art/Education and teacher training: from the individual to the collective.
This MOOC is part of, participates in and assimilates the methodology of the sMOOC (Step by Step - e-teachers).
Likewise, this MOOC is developed in a hybrid environment of pedagogical action: on-line and off-line, as it is linked to the development of the face-to-face meeting Encontro Internacional de Arte/Educação: Grupos de Pesquisa EnREDE that takes place in São Paulo (Brazil) from 2 to 6 December 2023. A meeting organised by the research groups and entities:
- GEPABOF - Grupo de Estudos e Pesquisas em Arte/Educação Borrando Fronteiras (Brazil).
This MOOC will extend beyond the days of the international meeting in order to deepen the themes and generate an educational and artistic community. Its methodological basis is based on the sMOOC modality and its subsequent development.
This MOOC is part of the activities of the R&D&I project PID2021-127124OB-I00, funded by MCIN/ AEI/10.13039/501100011033/ and by "FEDER A way of doing Europe". Also supported by the Government of Spain, Ministry of Universities - Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan. Financed by the European Union -NextGenerationEU.
The email account of the team organizing this MOOC is: firstname.lastname@example.org. This account can be used to send information related to the development of the course and also as a means of contact.
- To reflect on current issues related to contemporary art/education.
- To generate an international community around arts and education.
- To approach and analyse the pedagogical modes of sMOOCs in order to enhance future possibilities.
The course will be of a massive nature, it is not necessary to have either technical or theoretical knowledge of the subject.
Recommended for people interested in arts education as part of their teacher training and for current teachers in areas related to the arts, education and media culture.
Carlos EscañoUniversidad de Sevilla
Julia MañeroUniversidad de Sevilla
Elke Castro LeónUniversidad de Sevilla
Helena Hernández AcuavivaUniversidad de Sevilla
Uxía Fernández PiñeiroUniversidad de Sevilla
Bárbara Milano MilanoUNESP
Domínguez MuñinoUniversidad de Sevilla
Anna Christina MadridUNESP
María Cristina Hernández DomínguezUniversidad de Sevilla
José Manuel CorreaUniversidad de Sevilla
Omar Castillo MorenoUniversidad de Sevilla