|Heidi Powell||School of Art and Art History||College of the Arts|
|Partner Faculty||Department||Partner Institution|
This 10-day onsite and virtual study abroad in Guatemala was part of an eight week class studying contemporary issues in art education. Two graduate students along with three undergraduate students traveled to Guatemala and face-timed a selection of art making and cultural activities taking place throughout the 10 day study abroad trip dealing with different intercultural art experiences.
- Determine the cultural interdependencies between cultural identity and art
- Expand global perspectives in art education
- Develop cultural self-awareness and communicate effectively across cultures through working virtually with others from international locations.
- Engage in collaborative learning between site-based and virtual learning contexts.
Local group activities: 15 hours
Individual Work: 15 hours
Messaging Applications: WhatsApp
Learning Management Systems (LMS): Canvas
Message Boards/Video boards: Flipgrid with in course structure not onsite
The group of students arrived in Guatemala and then live streamed to the other graduate students that were still in the U.S., the visits and tours that were experienced during the 10 day trip