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Latin American Art & Architecture
Latin American Art & Architecture
Latin American Art & Architecture
Latin American Art & Architecture
Latin American Art & Architecture

Latin American Art & Architecture

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OPEN REGISTRATION- SELF PACED COURSE

Credit Options

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    45 Professional Development/Clock Hours: $285
    • Idioma Professional Development Certificate (accepted by most states)
    • Approved Illinois CPDU Certificate through partnership with CEII
    • Approved Massachusetts PDP Certificate
    • Approved New York CTLE Certificate
    • Approved Pennsylvania ACT48 Certificate 

    3 Graduate-Level Credits

    Course Description

    This course provides an introduction to the history of art and architecture of Latin America beginning with pre-Columbian times and ending with contemporary creations. Historical circumstances will be taken into account so that the student is able to understand what both art and architecture reveal about Latin American thought and culture. In addition to discovering the cultural and historical background in relation to artistic constructions, students will design a unit lesson plan that appropriately incorporates course material into the L2 Spanish classroom. Conducted in Spanish.

    What participants are saying about this course

    "This was a great course and full of fun, new resources for me to use in my classroom! Thanks!"

    Optional Texts

    There is no required textbook for this course. All materials are digital and will be provided in the online course.

    Course Delivery 

    Online modules and collaborative discussion boards.  This course is self-paced. 

    About the Instructor

    Mellissia Walles, Instructor. Read more on Our Team page!

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