CALL FOR PROPOSALS (DEADLINE DEC 15th): AET Events at NAEA Convention 2017 (New York City)

Call for Submissions:

Art Education Technology Special Interest Group’s

NAEA National Convention Panel Sessions 

Are you a technological innovator? Have you been experimenting with new ideas and tools in your classroom? Have you been researching the implications of technology on art education or human development? If so, share your work and knowledge with your peers at one of the NAEA National Convention Panel Sessions organized by the Art Education Technology Special Interest Group.

 

Submission Guidelines:

All submissions must be received by December 15th.

To submit, please follow the link in each of the sessions listed below and fill out the Google Form (submission descriptions are limited to 250 words). Submissions will be determined based on relevance, clarity of purpose, and quality by members of the AET Program Committee.

NOTE: If you are selected to be part of the panel sessions, we are unable to list your name in the NAEA catalogue, however AET will provide an email, certificate of participation, and post your name to the AET website and social media.

 

Panel Sessions:

Title: Art Education Technology PechaKucha 2017

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Program Description:

Ready to learn 10-12 new tools or technology ideas in 50 minutes? This event is a showcase of a variety of technologies relevant for art educators in a PechaKucha-style presentation. Hands-on Demonstration

Session Description:

Art Education Technology Issues Group invites art educators to showcase a variety of technologies and teaching ideas in a PechaKucha-style presentation. This is a presentation session with 10-12 presenters sharing and comparing useful technology tools and their teaching practices in a short timeframe. Presenters will share what apps, websites, web 2.0 tools, games, and other new technologies are useful to art educators.

 

Title: Art Education Technology - Technology and Research

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Program Description:

Panelists will discuss trends on the use of technology in art education research, opening up a dialogue with attendees. Hot Topic Panel

Session Description:

Art education research in technology can take a number of forms including its use classroom instruction, art making, assessment, or data visualization. AET members will moderate a panel discussion on the use of technology in art education research followed by a question and answer period. In this session, the panelists will present a variety of technology-associated art education research, providing the audience an opportunity to learn about the possibilities and limitations of their research.

 

Title: AET Panel Discussion: Challenges and Opportunities of the Changing Technologies in Art Education

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Program Description:

Members of Art Education Technology Interest Group discuss the technology-related challenges and issues they have encountered in their teaching, research, student learning, and/or other aspects of professional life.

Session Description:

As more and more schools continue adopting new technological tools, ranging from mobile devices, apps, virtual environments, and online course management system, art educators also face new challenges caused by the new technologies. These challenges may be associated with learning new technologies, ways to teach in technology-mediated learning environments, or technology-related educational theory.

This panel discussion, put together by the NAEA’s Art Education Technology interest group, will focus on the technology-associated challenges and issues art educators have encountered in their teaching, research, student learning, and other aspects of professional life. The panelists will draw upon their own classroom observation, research, student’s work, teaching experience, and/or professional work, to discuss or demonstrate the technology issues. The variety of topics included in this panel discussion will provide the audience a unique opportunity to critically examine and reflect on the impact of technology in art education. In addition, the panelists will share with audience the possible ways to overcome technology issues in the art/art education classroom.