This module provides an advanced understanding of the visual arts discipline in the different phases as stipulated by the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS). Furthermore, these modules enable students to teach the visual art subject matter responsibly and effectively as successful art educators. Students are expected to identify a problem, plan and present their research, as well as explore art classroom management and learner needs. Community Engagement / Service Learning.
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