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Art and Environment Teacher Course

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Art and Environment
A Course for Teachers

Online Professional Development for K–12 Educators

Mon, June 16, 2014

Art & Environment will be available as an online-only professional development course for teachers in summer 2014. With 11 years of experience teaching Eco Art directly to high school students, the Wexner Center’s Director of Education Shelly Casto has extensive materials and resources to share with teachers around the world. Designed primarily for K–12 art teachers, this course will provide an in-depth introduction to the emerging field of Eco Art as well as a basic introduction to environmentalism. Teachers will leave the course with an extensive online curriculum packet as well as an array of ideas from fellow participants. General classroom (grades K–5), humanities (6–12), and science teachers (6–12) exploring interdisciplinary connections will also find the course of interest.

Teachers may schedule their time flexibly while content is available. More information, including reading information and CEU information, can be found online at

For questions about this course, please contact the Education Department at (614) 292-6493 or

Art & Environment presented with major support from American Electric Power.

Additional support provided by the Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation.

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