Color Theory and Concept
Before I started working with Laura, I was very concerned about trying to create an online undergraduate art course. I was unsure how I could fully interact with virtual students – especially how to do hands on activities, critiques, and technical demonstrations. Laura provided amazing solutions and helped me feel more comfortable and confident. She also offered great insights into online teaching in general.
After we started working together, I was surprised at the amount of effort, organization, and cooperation that go into designing an online course. Laura made this stressful process much easier by walking me through the process and helping me by constructing an online curriculum. Her patience, skills, knowledge, and attitude have been incredibly helpful and I am very appreciative for everything she contributed and taught me, particularly crafting assignments and critiques that showcased student abilities.
We assembled this course during my second year of graduate school, which consumed most of my time – so it could have been very hectic. However, Laura kept everything under control and ensured all deadlines were met. I would absolutely recommend her services.
A few details
Arts 121 is an undergraduate art class that I was asked to transition online. The course explores the intricacies of color theory with regard to perception, systems, and application in visual art. Moreover, the course considers color as subject and concept in contemporary art.
All lesson pages detailed the entire week’s work, including learning goals, terms, readings, videos, introduction to the content, expert quotes, artist/cultural references, sketchbook prompts, assignments, rubrics, and examples. The pages had expandable sections to minimize cognitive overload issues.
Enrollment in first course offering, with an 11-student waitlist