Graduate Student Research

Before graduation, M.Ed. in Art Education students are required to complete a thesis, a scholarly master's paper developed through research under the guidance of an advisor. Past titles of M.Ed. thesis papers are listed below.

- Museum Art Programs for Children Ages 3-6 with Autism: Responding to a New Kind of Learning

- EMPOWERED ARTS LEARNING: BRIDGES FOR URBAN ADOLESCENTS FACING ADVERSITY

- Is Silence Golden? Responding to Controversial Topics in the Art Classroom

- ELL (ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER) HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND THEIR ART TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF VISUAL ART PEDAGOGY

- Implementing a Technology-Based Art Education: Web Tools and Strategies for the Elementary Art Classroom

- Beyond Frida: Latina Critical Theory and Self-Identification   

- Looking Back to Move Forward: An Investigation of Mary Cheves West Perky at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the 1930s and Her Influence on Future Programming

- A Critical Investigation of the Lack of Secondary and Post-Secondary Black Make Art Educators   

- Art Education and Environmental Sustainability: The Development of an Art Education Outreach Program for High School Students

- Race and Gender Competence in Art Education: Critical Reflections and Practices of Male Art Educators

- Integrated Modern Woodwork and Design: A 21st Century Secondary School Curriculum

- Becoming Competent in Physics: Art Making as an Interdisciplinary Tool for an At-Risk High School Student

- Intersections between Technology and Art Education:Three Models Exploring Cultural Identity

- Learning in the Dark: A Planned Film Program for Pre-Adolescents

- Ancient Maps and Their Amazing Creatures: Treasures for Engaging Adolescents through Interdisciplinary Art Studies