Current Course Schedule

Art W/ Young Children (Ages 3-8)

This course shows you how to provide rich art experiences for young children in a variety of settings. Participants will work with art materials and consider the contribution of art to children’s learning and development. Other topics to be discussed include: setting up art areas; selecting, presenting, and storing materials; planning a meaningful sequence of art experiences; how to make appropriate comments on children’s work; and ways to make art an integral part of the curriculum. 

Term(s) offered:
Spring
Format:
on-campus
  • Course Number
    TEED501N
  • Focus On
    Ages 3 - 8 Years
  • Category
    Credit-bearing Courses, Early Childhood, On Campus
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $425 12.0 CTLE or 1.2 CEU
    $1,814 1.0 Credits

Sections

Spring 2024

  • Section 1:
    • Timothy Lightman
      Timothy Lightman
      Timothy Lightman MEd, is currently serving as the Head of the Lower School at the Shipley School, a PreK-12 co-educational independent school in Bryn Mawr, PA. Previously he served for five years as Principal at the Smith College Campus School, a K-6 laboratory school in Northampton, MA. He has worked for close to twenty years in the field of education as a curriculum consult, graduate supervisor in the Preservice Inclusive Elementary Education Program at Teachers College, and as a teacher and researcher at Bank Street College and the School for Children. Mr. Lightman is currently finishing his doctoral work at Teachers College in curriculum and teacher. He has an MEd in Special Education and an MS in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, both from Bank Street College of Education. He also has a BA in American History from New York University.