Date of Award
Master of Arts
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
Dr. William J. Charland
Dr. Christina Chin
Dr. Robert Leneway
Social media, art education, twenty-first century, virtual learning, network
Masters Thesis-Open Access
This study explores the use of social media in K-12 visual arts programs, focusing on why and how art educators choose to implement social media in their instructional practice. This study discusses benefits and disadvantages of social media as a pedagogical and creative tool in art education through analysis of the survey responses of 50 in-service teachers. Finally, specific social media platforms are recommended, with in-class examples provided for art teachers interested in using social media in their program.
Kirby, Tonya Rose, "Networking and Connecting Creative Minds: Understanding Social Media’s Role in Today’s Visual Arts Instruction" (2016). Master's Theses. 754.