ArtHistorySurvey.com originally was developed in 2012 dedicated to developing a community of practice focused on sharing art history pedagogy. As this discourse has been fostered through similar groups developed at a similar time, ArtHistorySurvey.com now focuses on research and development of educational solutions that focus on art history. The research that is undertaken by ArtHistorySurvey.com stems from research on the pedagogical paradigm inherent in art history survey courses. Moving forward, ArtHistorySurvey.com hopes to collaborate with professors and institutions to research, design, prototype, and implement solutions to challenges that the discipline of art history faces, specifically within the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Josh Yavelberg wears many hats. Among other tasks, Yavelberg is a researcher, artist, educator, and designer. His research stems from a deep passion to engage students with meaningful experiences with art historical content. Yavelberg holds a BFA/MS in Art History from Pratt Institute and a PhD in Higher Education from George Mason University.
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