Rebecca Plummer Rohloff
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Fall & Winter Courses
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|2389||01||ART300||Introduction to Teaching Art|
|2431||01||EDU345||Teaching Art in the Middle and High Schools (Pre-Practicum)|
Rebecca Rohloff is the Coordinator of Undergraduate and Graduate Art Education and serves on the School of Education Deans’ Council and as lead representative of the Committee on Licensure in the Arts & Sciences.
She began her career as a high school art teacher and completed her PhD in Art Education at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, later teaching as a visiting professor at Penn State. Dr. Rohloff has a diverse range of community and school experiences including working with seniors, children’s enrichment programs, and in hospitals. She is globally traveled and has lived in Japan, and more recently alongside Maya communities in the Highlands of Guatemala. Her research has focused on visual culture and youth identity, and the psychology of arts and healing. She is a practicing artist, educator, and Kripalu certified yoga instructor, and presently is working on her book, The Imaginarium: An Emancipatory Process of Life Excavation. Dr. Rohloff is a long-standing member of the National Art Education Association. She presents at national and state conferences, and was named by the MAEA the 2013 Art Educator of the Year. She lives in Salem with her husband and three kitties.
Member of National Art Education Association
Member of Massachusetts Art Education Association
Mindful practice/ contemplative pedagogy/ Kripalu Yoga
Expressive Arts & Arts in Medicine
Arts Education Curriculum Design
Coordinator of the Art Education Program
Advisor for Student Chapter of NAEA
School of Ed Dean's Council, CAS Rep.
Committee Leader, Licensure in the Arts & Sciences
SOAS University Retrerat Planning Committee
Art Advisor for the FAAST After School Art Club
June 200 Solidarity,Global Scholarship, and the Ethics of Encounter: A Case Study From Guatemala. In E. Delacruz & M. Parsons (2009). Art Education and G.l.o.b.a.l.i.z.a.t.i.o.n. National Art Education Association.
Creative Interventions: Arts-based Living Pedagogy. In McCarthy, C. ( Ed). (2007). Globalizing cultural studies: Interventions in methods and policy. New York: Peter Lang.
Beyond the Circus: Grounding A Visual Culture Pedagogy, in Duncum, P. ( 2006). Classroom Practices in visual culture. Preston, VA: NAEA.
Scientific Illustration Improved through Arts Intervention, 2014 NEFDC, “Moving from STEM to STEAM: What Really Works” Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI
Mass Art Ed Association Conference, 2013 U Mass Darthmouth, Acessing the State of Pre-service Teacher Prep Programs.
Coordinator of MAEA 2012 Conference at Salem State ,Hats Off to Arts Educators
National Art Education Association Conventions: Baltimore, 2009 "Maya Murals", Chicago 2008 "ECO-Art WEBs" New York, 2007 "Masks of Cool"
Mixed Media Painting, Sculpture, jewelry & mask making
Practicing & Teaching Yoga & Mindfullness
Guatemala- Maya life & cultural arts