CSET-ART

Discussion in 'Single Subject Tests' started by nasimi77, Nov 28, 2006.

  1. krnmeier

    krnmeier New Member

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    Feb 14, 2021

    Hi, I used this forum and The Annotated Mona Lisa and Google to pass the Art Subtest 1 which I took in November. Now on to Subtest 2.

    I am trying to add a Single Subject Art Credential through the test.

    I have a B.F.A. in Graphic Design, including many studio art courses also as part of my overall education.

    I have a Clear Ca. Multiple Subject Credential, Designated Subjects Credential in Printing and Graphic Occupations, a Single Subject Business Credential.

    I have taught digital photography and multimedia at high school through CTE/Adult Ed.

    i have a Master's Degree in Educational Technology.

    It's also possible I already took a similar course when I tested and received the Single Subject Business Credential I hold.

    I was told besides passing the 2 Subtests for Art I need a methodology course?

    ***I wonder if I really need to take another course with all of the above?

    I am copying and pasting the info. I received from the State of Ca.
    They are referring to a course I need to take, along with passing both CSET parts!?

    "The methods/ pedagogy course was most likely not included on your undergraduate transcripts, but it is possible. This course must be offered through the Education department (as opposed to the ART department), and focus very specifically on teaching methodology for secondary Art. These courses are designed for prospective teachers, and do not teach art, but rather how to teach art. This course must be 3-semester units (or 4 quarter units).

    Thanks in Advance!

    @TeacherGroupie
     
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  3. krnmeier

    krnmeier New Member

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    @BryanSnyder Thank you for letting me know you also have this requirement. I have asked a few times in different ways and unless I am board certified or get a waiver by showing I took a class similar I do need to take the course. I will look into Phoenix University.
     
  4. Cheesecake509

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    I'm currently scheduled to take the CSET Art Subtest 1 and 2 this thursday. I'm printing out my portfolio today but looking at the description I have a question about a particular work I want to include. For my concentration I have 3 charcoal drawings. For my breadth I plan on having an oil painting, a digital photograph, and a sculpture. For the sculpture though, I used material such as twine, tape, plaster and what not. I am worried that because it is technically a "multi-media" sculpture that it will be rejected. Even though I used different material, it is still an overall sculpture. Any thoughts of how I could label this or if I should even include it at all?
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  5. kd0t

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    Seems like @TeacherGroupie hasn't been on here in over a year. Hope you're doing well during these unprecedented times.

    I recently graduated from UC Davis as an Art Studio major. Now I want to be an art teacher and maybe an art professor one day. Because I didn't get my BA in Art Education through a credential program, I have to get an MAT (Masters of Arts in Teaching). UC Irvine seems to have the only good MAT program in Cali that's not ridiculously expensive. Does anyone know other colleges I should look into? (even if it's outside of Cali)

    As for the test, I really feel bad for people who majored in something outside of Art and are now expected to pass the Art Cset before starting their master's program. There doesn't seem to be reliable study resources for the Art Cset compared to other Cset tests. I feel like a lot of people may waste their time studying content that won't be on the test. I am lucky enough to rely on my prior knowledge and the CTC practice tests. Other than that, I really don't see what else I could do to study. Will this be enough?
     

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