Content outcomes

  • Students understand a broad range of issues, theories, and practices of Nordic art education and visual studies
  • Students understand practices and traditions of cross-cultural and international education
  • Students understand the interrelationship of social and cultural issues, curriculum content, philosophies of teaching, and the construction of democratic spaces of learning
  • Students understand the geo-political and pedagogical dimensions of space, place, the public sphere, and private realms

Skill outcomes

  • Students are able to analyse, interpret, and respond to images, objects, and sites in everyday life through theories of visual culture
  • Students are able to connect art and visual image making and the interpretation of visual culture to issues of power and representation, for advancing pedagogy
  • Students are able to use digital technology for contemporary art didactics
    Students are able to produce layered, interactive, and dynamic visual work, in different formats and media
  • Students are able to develop plans, carry out in practice, and document independent practical projects

Academic skills

  • Students can apply pedagogical interaction skills in cross-cultural and international educational situations and environments
  • Students can apply methods of contemporary art didactics
  • Students know a variety of research methodologies and are able to investigate, develop, and implement cutting edge research in art education
  • Students can apply skills of intercultural and social entrepreneurship
  • Students can participate in international discussions and research