By the end of her/ his studies, the student possesses knowledge and is able to apply the methods and procedures of arts education. The student is also able to apply her/ his knowledge and skills in a practical way in her/ his profession and/or further studies.
This entails that students should be able to:
• Communicate the theories, frameworks, concepts and methods of arts education, both in oral and written expression.
• Complete lesson and project plans appropriate to each situation and current educational policy and support their implementation with scholarly arguments.
• Transpose her professional, artistic kowledge to the context of educational theory and use it in the field.
• Professionally approach questions and concerns that arise during the preparation and execution of teaching sessions.
• Refer to the most important research methods and studies in the field of arts education.
• Refer to and build on the most important methods in the field of artistic creation.
• Demonstrate personal skill in the creation, development and utilization of ideas in arts education and transmission.
• Reflect on, and evaluate, his own performance from a professional perspective.
• Apply the technology and hands-on knowledge demanded by teaching in this field.
• Document general results, as well as the execution and results of projects and artistic events.
• Participate in a collaboration in an active manner.
• Transmit her skills, ideas and knowledge in the field of the arts to different groups and in different circumstances.
• Initiate and direct projects in the field of arts education and communication and take responsibility for both individual and team work.
• Demonstrate the work habits and study skills required by a research-based arts education course at the graduate or postgraduate level.
• Communicate the results of scholarly projects or research within the academic community and to the public at large.