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Jacquline Abert, FND 111, W6A1

Responsibilities

 

My teaching responsibilities include sixteen courses per academic year in the Art Foundations department. For all courses, students are engaged in learning-centered instruction and are evaluated based on exit competencies.  I have taught the following art and design courses at the Art Institute family of schools:

 

  • Color Theory for Web & Multimedia

  • Color Theory for Print

  • Beginning Drawing

  • Perspective

  • Fundamentals of Design

  • Illustration and Rapid Visualization

  • Children’s Book Illustration

  • Advanced Drawing

  • Beginning Painting

  • Concept Design

  • Conceptual Imagery

  • Idea Generation & the Creative Process

 

Service to the Institute

 

  • Co-SME FNDA150 (2015-present)

  • Assisting the OPD with IE assessment by creating a series of course overview videos to be used as educational tools for faculty within the majors.

  • FND 111/115 SME (2013-14)

  • Assisting the OPD with yearly IE assessment data collection, mapping, and evaluation (2011-2014)

  • Faculty Mentor (2014)

  • Pinnacle Focus Group (2014)

  • Curriculum Committee member (2013-2013)

  • Dean’s Advisory Committee (voting) member (2012-2013)

  • FND 111/115 Course Revision Committee member (2013)

  • CIDA student example collection for FND 111/115 (2012-2013)

  • Student Success Focus Group (2012-2013)