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  1. Queering Art Teacher Education

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    Cosier, Kimberly; Sanders, James H., III

    2007-01-01

    This article sounds a call to action and addresses the challenges of creating inclusive, queer-affirming art teacher education curricula. We examine such challenges through case study vignettes of our varied US university settings and explore the perils of teaching in an increasingly queer-hostile culture. Strategies are given for avoiding attacks…

  2. 2008 Arts Education Assessment Framework

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    National Assessment Governing Board, 2008

    2008-01-01

    The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) for the arts measures students' knowledge and skills in creating, performing, and responding to works of music, theatre, and visual arts. This framework document asserts that dance, music, theatre and the visual arts are important parts of a full education. When students engage in the arts,…

  3. Qualitative Assessment of Arts Education

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    Stake, Robert; Munson, April

    2008-01-01

    Exploring the complicated issues of assessment in the arts, the authors discuss assessment of arts education and arts programs from a qualitative perspective: experiential, naturalistic, and ethnographic interpretation. With special attention to the practices of teaching, learning, and administration of education in the arts, quality is sought…

  4. Arts Education Beyond Art : Teaching Art in Times of Change

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    van Heusden, Bernard; Gielen, Pascal

    2015-01-01

    People and societies thrive on a versatile and imaginative awareness. Yet the critical debate on arts education is still too often about the qualities of artefacts and technical skills, and tends to neglect issues such as the critical function of the arts in society, artistic cognition and cognitive

  5. Old Friends, Bookends: Art Educators and Art Therapists

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    Allison, Amanda

    2013-01-01

    This viewpoint presents a reflection on a meaningful relationship that developed between a university art education department and a local art therapy studio. Such partnerships are desirable and mutually beneficial because of the significant interest many art educators have in the field of art therapy. The author, an art educator, describes the…

  6. Art education – mostly for girls?

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    Wikberg, Stina

    2013-01-01

    This article discusses whether and how Art education is gendered, and whether and how the art world is gendered. The history of Art education is briefly described from a gender perspective, as well as some current reports on Art education in Sweden. The article draws on material from a postgraduate study about Art education and gender. Art lessons were observed and pupils were interviewed about their views on art. Based on the interview data, it is suggested that one reason that Art education...

  7. Art Education Technology: Digital Storytelling

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    Chung, Sheng Kuan

    2007-01-01

    The application of digital storytelling to art education is an interdisciplinary, inquiry-based, hands-on project that integrates the arts, education, local communities, technology, and storytelling. Through digital storytelling, students develop and apply multiliteracy skills, aesthetic sensitivities, and critical faculties to address greater…

  8. Technology Education and the Arts

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    Roman, Harry T.

    2009-01-01

    One hears quite frequently how the arts continually suffer in the academic day. Many long-time technology education champions certainly know what this is all about; but there may be some ways to use technology education to bring the arts into the classroom. This article offers a series of activities and suggestions that will help students better…

  9. Arts and Education.

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    Berube, Maurice R.

    1999-01-01

    Describes the American public's growing interest in art after World War II. Discusses the problematic history of arts in the public school curricula, in which arts programs are seen as a last priority in school reform and are the first to be eliminated in school districts facing financial retrenchment. (SR)

  10. Support for Arts Education. State Arts Agency Fact Sheet

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    National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, 2011

    2011-01-01

    Supporting lifelong learning in the arts is a top priority for state arts agencies. By supporting arts education in the schools, state arts agencies foster young imaginations, address core academic standards, and promote the critical thinking and creativity skills essential to a 21st century work force. State arts agencies also support…

  11. Curriculum Transformation And Art Education

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    Mason, Rachel

    2015-01-01

    ‘Images and Identity' is a research and curriculum development project, funded under the European Commission’s Comenius scheme, with partners in six EU countries. The project has developed and produced curriculum materials linking citizenship and art education. In 2010 it published on-line training materials that include: schemes of work that integrate art and citizenship learning; suggestions for facilitating lessons in which school children use digital media to represent and explore their p...

  12. State Arts Agency Fact Sheet: Support for Arts Education

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    Online Submission, 2015

    2015-01-01

    This national overview of state arts agency grants and services for arts education includes summary statistics and geographic distribution. The fact sheet uses data from Final Descriptive Reports of state arts agency grant-making activities submitted annually to the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) and the National Endowment for…

  13. Art Education in Action on the Street

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    Chung, Sheng Kuan; Ortiz, Christy

    2011-01-01

    Showcasing the many forms and functions of art helps to articulate the fundamental importance of art education, whether it is to enhance the child or to support society. In illuminating the importance of art education, educators can eloquently argue about its value and contributions through an institutional tunnel, or they can take art education…

  14. Art as Alterity in Education

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    Zhao, Guoping

    2014-01-01

    In education, art has often been perceived as entertainment and decoration and is the first subject to go when there are budget cuts or test-score pressures. Drawing on Emmanuel Lévinas's idea of the primacy of radical alterity that breaks the totality of our being, enables self-transformation and ethics, and ensures community as a totality…

  15. Nowhere, Somewhere, Everywhere: The Arts in Education.

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    Davis, Jessica Hoffman

    1999-01-01

    Summarizes eight roles that the arts can play in education, focusing on the "arts cultura" model. Describes the Harvard University Graduate School of Education program that explores the arts from a variety of perspectives. Discusses the arts' place in the curriculum. (CMK)

  16. Why Art Education? Academic Implications of Art in Elementary School.

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    Lopez, David F.; Takiff, Hilary; Kernan, Thomas; Stone, Renee

    A study investigated the relationship between arts education and academic achievement. Of specific interest was whether teaching the arts for their own sake influenced academic achievement in language arts and mathematics. It was hypothesized that it would influence children's self-efficacy. The sample consisted of 328 children from grades 2-5.…

  17. Intercultural and Media Education on Art Classes

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    Borges, Maria José; Chaves, Anabela; Costa, Manuela; Pereira, Emília Sá

    2009-01-01

    Visual art, music and literature, are part of the culture. Thus Art shows the interactions between different cultures. The aim of the article is to present some activities to include intercultural issues in Art and Mother Language classes. Art classes also give the opportunity to do Media Education.

  18. Humanities and Arts in Management Education

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    Statler, Matt; Monthoux, Pierre Guillet de

    2015-01-01

    An introduction is presented in which the editors discuss various reports within the issue on topics including business management education in Great Britain, liberal arts education, and business studios....

  19. Should Science and Arts Education Be Separated?

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    2009-01-01

    China’s practice of separating science and arts education has a long and complicated history. Back in the early 1950s, China decided to adopt the Soviet Union’s practice of separating science and arts education into two systems, the upshot of which was many universities finding themselves divided into

  20. U.S. Arts Education Requirements

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    Tutt, Kevin

    2014-01-01

    Federal education legislation over the past ten years has increasingly focused on high-stakes testing in the areas of science, technology, English, and math. The resultant decrease in time and funding for the arts has caused administrators to reconsider the role of the arts in education. Although a great deal of literature has been written about…

  1. Art Education in Correctional Settings.

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    Szekely, George

    1982-01-01

    Developing a prison art program involves training prison arts specialists, developing curriculum and instructional strategies, and planning for continuous program support. Through the study of art, prisoners have been able to re-examine themselves and establish new, positive goals. (Author/CS)

  2. The Arts in Turkish Preschool Education

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    Acer, Dilek

    2015-01-01

    One of the most important factors determining a nation's level of development in the modern world is preschool education. When preschool education is perceived as an entity that affects every aspect of childhood development, this fact is undeniable. Several aspects of preschool education, including art education, play a significant role in a…

  3. Examining the Intersection of Arts Education and Special Education

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    Malley, Sharon M.; Silverstein, Lynne B.

    2014-01-01

    A variety of stakeholders work to ensure opportunities for students with disabilities to learn in and through the arts. Because they work in various disciplines in the fields of arts education and special education, these stakeholders lack opportunities to share resources and information. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and its…

  4. An Artistic Approach to Fine Arts Interpretation in Higher Education

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    Selan, Jurij

    2013-01-01

    Art criticism was introduced into art education to help students understand works of art. However, art interpretation methods differ according to the educational goals specified for various types of art students. The fine arts interpretation procedures established in education are usually purely theoretical and exclusively verbal, and are thus…

  5. "Git Real": On Art Education and Community Needs.

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    Baker, David W.

    1990-01-01

    Praises past achievements of the National Art Education Association (NAEA) and the art education profession. Maintains that art curriculum must reflect community values and norms, and should be relevant to students' needs. Believes that art educators are currently in a position to make art a central part of educational processes. (KM)

  6. Implications for Art Education in the Third Millennium: Art Technology Integration

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    Mayo, Sherry

    2007-01-01

    Most would agree that today's art education is far more complex than art activities such as making pumpkin paintings in October. For one, art education continually evolves in response to arts technology integration. What exactly are the implications for art education in the new millennium? In this article, the author presents and shows some of the…

  7. Transforming Education through the Arts

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    Caldwell, Brian; Vaughan, Tanya

    2011-01-01

    This timely book takes up the challenge of maintaining programs in the arts in the face of unrelenting pressure from two directions; the increasing focus on literacy and numeracy in schools, teamed with the cut-backs in public funding that often affect the arts most severely. Drawing on the wealth of evidence already available on the impact of the…

  8. Every Student Succeeds Act and Arts Education

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    Kohn Bradley, Karen

    2016-01-01

    Dance educators will be pleased to know that there is new legislation at the federal level that supports arts education. Seven years after Congress was due to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (also known for eight + seven years as No Child Left Behind [NCLB]), the lawmakers, suddenly and surprisingly, came through with a new…

  9. Art Education in the Age of Guantanamo

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    Pistolesi, Edie

    2007-01-01

    Censorship exists in institutions where art exists, and also where art education exists. In fall 2005, a group of instructors and the author taught a group project with a political theme--peace. In this article, she examines institutionalized censorship within schools, and the ramifications of teaching the subject of peace in a time of war.…

  10. An Unselfish Act: Graffiti in Art Education

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    Eldridge, Laurie A.

    2013-01-01

    Graffiti artist Sentrock sees his graffiti as a selfless act, a way of giving back to the community--when done legally--and inspires a group of middle school students. This is a case study of an artist and educator who teaches about graffiti art in public schools. He is unique in that he delineates between graffiti art and vandalism, and teaches…

  11. Advanced Placement in Studio Art and Secondary Art Education Policy: Countering the Null Curriculum

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    Graham, Mark A.; Sims-Gunzenhauser, Alice

    2009-01-01

    Because of education reform policy and misconceptions about artistry and artistic assessment, visual art education remains in the margins of high school education. One response to the lack of supportive arts education policy is the Advanced Placement (AP) Studio Art Program, a visual arts assessment at the high school level that engages large…

  12. Humor in a Disruptive Pedagogy: Further Considerations for Art Educators

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    Klein, Sheri R.

    2013-01-01

    What's funny about art--and why should art educators care? Art historians, critics, and artists are now taking a closer look at art that generates a laugh. This has particular relevance for art educators who seek to direct student engagement in new and exciting areas and embrace artworks that generally fall outside of the art school…

  13. Touching the Void: Arts Education Research in Australia

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    Gibson, Robyn; Anderson, Michael

    2008-01-01

    This article is an overview of arts education research in Australia. The authors argue that there is an urgent need for key arts organisations to form strategic partnerships with arts educators to provide stronger research in the area of arts education. This research base would enhance the ability of policymakers, arts administrators and arts…

  14. The Business of Art Education: Friend or Foe?

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    Shin, Ryan

    2012-01-01

    Franchised art instruction businesses are not necessarily the enemy of the art educator, and can even provide a mutually beneficial way to enrich school art education programs. This article explores the status of art education businesses as creative enterprises that offer art curricula for children as clients, beyond the traditional school and…

  15. Art + technology in optics educational outreach programs

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    Silberman, Donn M.

    2007-09-01

    In the modern era, art and technology have been at opposite ends of the spectrum of human study. Artists tend to be non-technical and technologists tend not to be artistic. While this is a broad generalization, it is rare to find an artist teaching science or an engineer teaching art. However, if we think back several centuries, it was very common for great artists to be at the forefront of technology. The prime example being the great Leonardo Di Vinci. Over the past several years, the optics educational outreach programs of the Optics Institute of Southern California (OISC) have incorporated using art and artists to help teach optics and related science. The original use of this was with material from the General Atomics Education Foundation, Color My World, which has been used in a number of settings. Recently, the OISC has partnered with the UC Irvine Beall Center for Art + Technology to provide Family Day Event presentations that use the themes of current Art + Technology exhibits to help attendees learn and understand more about the fundamental science through the art. The two main concepts here are that artists are using science and technology as the basis for their art, also sometimes making some social statements; and the technologists are using the art to make the science more accessible and interesting to the general pubic. This paper weaves a path from the original OISC uses of art to the recent work at UC Irvine.

  16. Four Approaches to New Media Art Education

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    Freire, Manuelle; McCarthy, Erin

    2014-01-01

    Educators are concerned about what their students are learning in their interaction and participation in the digital culture. For art educators specifically, the digital and new media practices youth engage in raise other important questions: When contributing to the digital culture, what are they creating? What are the aesthetic qualities of the…

  17. Working With Arts in Danish Nurse Education

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    Jensen, Julie Borup

    2011-01-01

    The article outlines ideas and a number of results of a design-for-learning experiment, involving nurse students working with arts in the nurse education in Denmark. The findings show that learning in practice in nurse education can involve creativity as a dimension of building personal knowledge...

  18. Art education: teaching dilemmas explained via History

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    Maria José Dozza Subtil

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper reflects on the situation of arts teaching in the 5th to 8th grades in mainstream elementary education. The study was carried out in public schools in a city in the state of Paraná in 2004. The data was collected by means of questionnaires. Among the problems identified, primary is; the lack of specific teacher training and the lack of a conception about artistic work and, as a result, a visible constraint in their educational practice. The paper presents a historical retrospective of the teaching of arts in Brazilian education in order to understand how the educational policies are implemented. The understanding of art as an activity, polyvalence and free expression demonstrate remains of the 5.692/71 Law in the context investigated.

  19. Encouraging creativity in art education

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    Tavčar, Mirjam

    2011-01-01

    Graduate work in the theoretical part describes in detail various aspects of creativity. I applied philosophical view of Claude Levi-Strauss, renowned designer Bruno Munari, pedagogical Barica Marentič Požarnik, psychological Edward De Bono, all the way to the art teacher Bogomil Karlavaris, who defined some distinctive factors of creativity: originality, flexibility, fluency or sensitivity, elaboration and redefinition. Based on the two activities from the field of flat and spatial design, w...

  20. Transferring ART research into education in Brazil

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    Maria Fidela de Lima Navarro

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study was to evaluate the teaching of the Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (ART approach in Brazilian dental schools. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A questionnaire on this subject was sent to Pediatric Dentistry, Operative Dentistry and Public Health Dentistry professors. The questions approached the followig subjects: the method used to teach ART, the time spent on its teaching, under which discipline it is taught, for how many years ART has been taught and its effect on the DMFT index. RESULTS: A total of 70 out of 202 dental schools returned the questionnaire. The ART approach is taught in the majority of the Brazilian dental schools (96.3%, and in most of these schools it is taught both in theory and in clinical practice (62.9%. The majority (35.3% of professors teach ART for 8 hours, and most often as part of the Pediatric Dentistry discipline (67.6%. It has been taught for the last 7 to 10 years in 34.3% of dental schools. Most professors did not observe a change in the DMFT index with this approach. There is a diversity in the teaching of ART in Brazil in terms of the number of hours spent, the teaching method (theory and practice, and the disciplines involved in its teaching. CONCLUSIONS: It is necessary to address the training of professors in the ART approach for the whole country. An educational model is proposed whereby a standard ART module features as part of other preventive and restorative caries care educational modules. This will facilitate and standardize the introduction and adoption of the ART approach in undergraduate education in Brazil.

  1. Inclusive Education and the Arts

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    Allan, Julie

    2014-01-01

    This paper addresses the troubled, problematic and contested field of inclusive education, characterised by antagonisms between so-called inclusionists and special educationists; frustration, particularly among disability activists caused by the abstraction of the social model of disability and the expansion of the special educational needs…

  2. Education for Art in Sancti Spiritus.

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    Ilianet Castilla Fernández

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available The article refers the experience of the Art Instructors in Sancti Spiritus who have got the goal to bring the people to their art, culture and traditions. These professionals have improved the pedagogical essence of their work in integration with the artistic branch and have met alternatives to get this purpose in this city which has great artistic and cultural potentialities. We present a set of communitarian workshops to refine the process of integration of social actor in the education for art. These actions have contributed to the preservation of cultural identity and are based on activity and communication.

  3. Interactive Technologies in Musical and Arts Education

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    Y. Y. Glazyrina

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper substantiates the introduction of interactive techniques in music and arts education, and analyzes the definitions of interactivity – a key term of the modern educational paradigm. Various interpretationsof interactivity and its components – interaction, communication, dia logue, polylogue, interpretation, reinterpretation, intonation, feelings, comprehension, generalization (reflection, and experience – are given. In the methodology context, the author traces out the similarity of interactive concepts in general didactics and the humanities knowledge (M. M. Bakhtin, V. S. Bibler, and maintains that the main components of interactive teaching include the basic categories of culture, art, music, and psychology of artistic perception and creativity. Therefore, similarity of the content and approach to interpreting the conceptual terminological apparatus of interactive education makes it possible to implement the interactive techniques in teaching the cycle of music and arts disciplines.

  4. Teacher Education: Science or Art?

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    Mira KARNIELI

    2009-02-01

    Full Text Available While being a teacher-educator is a complex task, the mode to train teacher-educators is yet unclear. This question is even more relevant because education colleges thriving for academic accreditation recruit PhDs with no field experience. The present study examines students and faculty perceptions on the strengths and weaknesses of the learning process of student-teachers. Using qualitative research tools we found that developing a professional identity is not seen by most of the disciplineoriented lecturers as part of their role, and they also do not know how to perform it. The results emphasize the importance of an appropriate balance between the theoretical foundation and practical learning in order to provide novice teachers with the mental flexibility enabling them to act correctly and productively in complex situations that arise in the act of teaching. Further, the study offers guidelines for teacher-educators' professional training.

  5. Encouraging the Arts through Higher Education Institutions: Arts Policy Implementation in Virginia

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    Keeney, Katherine Preston

    2014-01-01

    This dissertation investigates the role of public higher education institutions in state-level arts policy in the state of Virginia. The strength of public support for the arts historically has been measured by per capita arts spending, as determined by appropriations to state arts agencies. However, this is a very thin measure that misses an increasingly important contributor to the arts policy landscape - higher education institutions. As direct sources of funding for the arts decline, univ...

  6. Performing Art-Based Research: Innovation in Graduate Art Therapy Education

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    Moon, Bruce L.; Hoffman, Nadia

    2014-01-01

    This article presents an innovation in art therapy research and education in which art-based performance is used to generate, embody, and creatively synthesize knowledge. An art therapy graduate student's art-based process of inquiry serves to demonstrate how art and performance may be used to identify the research question, to conduct a…

  7. On the Spiritual Element in Arts Education.

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    Abbs, Peter

    1995-01-01

    Attempts a redefinition of spirituality and an incorporation of this into art education. Argues that symbolic and spiritual consciousness plays a crucial role in the works of artists as disparate as William Blake and Frida Kahlo. Criticizes the preeminence of scientific theory as a modern belief system. (MJP)

  8. Ceramic Technology. Art Education: 6688.02.

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    Marinaccio, Louis M.

    For information on the Visual Arts Education Curriculum of which this is one course, see SO 007 721. In this course students study ceramic material, form, and decoration, historically and technically, and demonstrate competencies in preparing clay bodies and ceramic glazes. Course content is outlined in those areas. Special sections of the guide…

  9. Body Art Education: The Earlier, the Better

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    Armstrong, Myrna L.; Tustin, Jane; Owen, Donna C.; Koch, Jerome R.; Roberts, Alden E.

    2014-01-01

    Using the major format identified for successful prevention and intervention work, five "W" questions: what, why, whom, where, and who, plus one: how, this article first summarizes the current body art literature. Then, educational strategies specifically regarding the topic of tattoos and body piercing are presented for school nurses.…

  10. Equity, the Arts, and Urban Education: A Review

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    Kraehe, Amelia M.; Acuff, Joni B.; Travis, Sarah

    2016-01-01

    This review examines empirical studies of educational equity in and through the arts with broad implications for urban education. It extends the literature by (a) describing the interrelated spaces of urban education and the arts, (b) integrating knowledge of arts education across formal and informal learning environments, and (c) examining the…

  11. A Movement toward Eastern Ethnocentric Art Education: The Value of Korean Art and Cultural Heritage

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    Yi, Sung Do; Kim, Hye Sook

    2005-01-01

    Today's art education in East Asia focuses on Western ethnocentric or European ethnocentric art education. These practices reflect the tremendous effect American and European culture has had upon the art education of East Asia, including Korea. Globalization and the information-oriented society in which we live have changed the world. Like many…

  12. Advancing "Media Arts" Education in "Visual Arts" Classrooms: Addressing Policy Ambiguities and Gaps in Art Teacher Preparation

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    Bequette, James W.; Brennan, Colleen

    2008-01-01

    Since the mid-1980s, arts policymakers in Minnesota have positioned "media arts"--defined as the "study and practice of examining human communication through photography, film or video, audio, computer or digital arts, and interactive media"--within the realm of aesthetic education and considered it one of six arts areas. This article explores the…

  13. Toward a Democratic (Art) Education: A Response to Michelle Kamhi

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    Stewart, Edward O.

    2012-01-01

    For the last decade Michelle Kamhi has been prominent in her critique of contemporary art education. In her philosophy she positions herself as an essentialist who believes there are essential masterworks that define fine art, and the curriculum in art should teach fine art only. Her definition of fine art focuses on representation in painting and…

  14. A History of Design Theory in Art Education

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    Kim, Nanyoung

    2006-01-01

    Since Discipline-Based Art Education (DBAE) began to advocate the teaching of art based on art subjects and knowledge rather than creative self-expression, the elements and principles of design have taken a firm place in various art curricula, textbooks, and national and state Visual Arts Standards. This article intends to trace the history of…

  15. Shifting the Role of the Arts in Education.

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    Goldberg, Merryl; Bossenmeyer, Melinda

    1998-01-01

    SUAVE (Socios Unidos para Artes Via Educacion--United Community for Arts in Education) is an arts-integrated approach to teaching in multicultural and multilingual settings. A unique professional development project for San Diego-area teachers, SUAVE helps teachers develop ways to integrate the arts into mathematics, science, language arts, and…

  16. Three Approaches to Teaching Art Methods Courses: Child Art, Visual Culture, and Issues-Based Art Education

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    Chang, EunJung; Lim, Maria; Kim, Minam

    2012-01-01

    In this article, three art educators reflect on their ideas and experiences in developing and implementing innovative projects for their courses focusing on art for elementary education majors. They explore three different approaches. The three areas that are discussed in depth include: (1) understanding child art; (2) visual culture; and (3)…

  17. Arts Analysis in the Danish Nurse Education

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    Jensen, Julie Borup

    2010-01-01

    This article outlines ideas and results of a design-for-learning experiment, involving arts analysis in the nurse education in Denmark. The original purpose of the experiment was to investigate new ways of supporting personal knowledge building and building of professional judgement skills...... suggests that arts can be seen as a medium for training what could be termed ‘relational creativity’ as a basis for professional judgement. Relational creativity is not an established theoretical concept, but the article argues that the term might have significance not only to nurse students, but also...... for nurse students, according to a phenomenological approach to learning. The results and learning outcome for the students however surprisingly showed that arts analysis had a very clear impact on the nurse students being creative in their building of personal and professional knowledge. The experiment...

  18. The Spoken Word as Arts-Based Adult Education

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    Merriweather, Lisa R.

    2011-01-01

    Arts-based adult education has been embraced by a growing number of adult educators. These educators have explored its potential in the workplace, in the community and in academia. This article contributes to this work by exploring the Spoken Word, an art form located within the genre of poetry, and its potential as a tool of arts-based adult…

  19. Art and Creativity in the Global Economies of Education

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    Grierson, Elizabeth

    2011-01-01

    Creativity: what might this mean for art and art educators in the creative economies of globalisation? The task of this discussion is to look at the state of creativity and its role in education, in particular art education, and to seek some understanding of the register of creativity, how it is shaped, and how legitimated in the globalised world…

  20. Policy and Practice within Arts Education: Rhetoric and Reality

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    Snook, Barbara Helen; Buck, Ralph

    2014-01-01

    This paper reflects upon international arts education action and relative local in-action. The first half of the paper provides a brief narrative of the World Alliance for Arts Education's advocacy work and the development of the UNESCO Seoul Agenda: Goals for the development of arts education. The second half of the paper highlights a dance…

  1. Art Practice as Research in the Classroom: A New Paradigm in Art Education

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    Marshall, Julia; D'Adamo, Kimberley

    2011-01-01

    The artmaking process is increasingly accepted in experimental forms of qualitative ethnographic, narrative, and phenomenological research in the social sciences, psychology, and education. Some artists and art educators are taking idea of using art practice in research a step further and claiming that art practice is research. That is to say,…

  2. Taiwanese Parents' Beliefs Regarding Young Children's Art Education and the Actual Art Achievements of Children

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    Hsiao, Ching-Yuan; Pai, Tzu-Chi

    2014-01-01

    The research goal is to ascertain the current beliefs of the parents of preschool children regarding art education in Taiwan. Background factors on the parents were tested to show the differences between the parents' beliefs regarding art education and the actual art achievements of the children. From there, relationships between the beliefs and…

  3. Artist-Driven Initiatives for Art Education: What We Can Learn from Street Art

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    Daichendt, G. James

    2013-01-01

    The economic state of California is representative of the larger financial health of the United States. The budget cuts and the faltering status of art education in public schools has contrasted much of the rhetoric and statistics for art education and employment in the visual arts. Yet, contemporaneously, California has also witnessed the largest…

  4. Youth, Arts and Education: Reassembling Subjectivity through Affect

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    Hickey Moody, Anna

    2012-01-01

    How are the arts important in young people’s lives? Youth, Arts and Education offers a groundbreaking theory of arts education. Anna Hickey-Moody explores how the arts are ways of belonging, resisting, being governed and being heard. Through examples from the United Kingdom and Australia, Anna Hickey-Moody shows the cultural significance of the kinds of learning that occur in and through arts. Drawing on the thought of Gilles Deleuze, she develops the theory of affective pedagogy, which e...

  5. High Quality Art Education: For Inclusion and Resilience

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    Stewart, Rachel Dawn

    2011-01-01

    Increasingly, general education teachers must incorporate special education learners into the mainstream learning classroom. This thesis summarizes the way in which integrating a high-quality education in the arts (dance, music, theatre, visual arts) can support the alternative learner and enhance the educational experience in the general education classroom. By creating a multi-modal learning environment and supporting general studies with arts-based therapies, least restrictive and cultur...

  6. Understanding How College Students Describe Art: An Analysis on Art Education in China

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    Hong Wang

    2015-01-01

    This study aims to explore how Chinese college students appreciate art as reflected in their descriptions of an artwork. Students’ descriptions were defined by a content analysis with respect to opinions and facts, art elements and principles. A questionnaire was also used to investigate students’ attitudes toward art education. 85 students who were divided into four groups participated in the study. The results showed: (1) participants were more familiar with art appreciation than art elemen...

  7. The Royal College of Art : its influence on education, art and design 1900-1950.

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    Cunliffe-Charlesworth, Hilary

    1991-01-01

    The Royal College of Art is considered through its teaching of art and design, and its work as a centre for the training of art teachers. The ideas of some of the staff are evaluated with regard to the need for art and design education. The influence of the diplomates of the College on the areas of education, art and design is appraised with a view to assessing the value of the work of the College. The relevance of government bodies to the Royal College of Art is examined in some detail, ...

  8. Spirit, Mind, and Body: Arts Education the Redeemer

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    Gee, Constance Bumgarner

    2004-01-01

    This article is adapted from "The Handbook of Research and Policy in Art Education," Elliot Eisner and Michael Day (Eds.) [c] Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates, Mahwah, NJ 2004. The author contends that two fundamental premises drive arts education advocacy as it is currently coined and circulated. The first premise is that all arts programming is…

  9. The Second UNESCO World Conference on Arts Education

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    Buck, Ralph

    2010-01-01

    This article reports on the second UNESCO World Conference on Arts and Education held on May 25-28, 2010 in Seoul, Korea, which brought together approximately 650 arts educators from 95 UNESCO member states (countries) for a four-day summit of international diplomacy, cross-arts networking, global and regional strategic planning and professional…

  10. Crossroads of Public Art, Nature and Environmental Education

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    Song, Young Imm Kang

    2012-01-01

    This paper explores how environmental education through ecological art can help students develop creativity, critical thinking, and an arts-informed notion of being a citizen of the world. In illustrating the importance of uncovering the relationship between environmental education and ecological art, the paper examines how this may be used to…

  11. ARTEMIS: Reinvigorating History and Theory in Art and Design Education

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    Janet, Jeff; Miles, Melissa

    2009-01-01

    ARTEMIS (Art Educational Multiplayer Interactive Space) is an online multi-user virtual environment that is designed around the objects, artefacts, philosophies, personalities and critical discourses of the histories and theories of art and design. Conceived as a means of reinvigorating art history and theory education in the digital age, ARTEMIS…

  12. Terra e Arte Project: Soils connecting Art and Education

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    Muggler, Cristine Carole; Rozenberg, Bianca; de Cássia Francisco, Talita; Gramacho de Oliveira, Elisa

    2015-04-01

    The "Terra e Arte" project was designed to combine science and art by approaching soil contents in basic education schools in Viçosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The project was developed to awake, sensitize and create awareness about soils and their importance to life and environment within school communities. It was proposed and realized by the Earth Sciences Museum Alexis Dorofeef (MCTAD) of the Federal University of Viçosa (UFV), as part of the celebrations of its 20th anniversary. Since all the schools of the town visit the museum at least once a year and most of them have received and carried out pedagogic projects on soil themes in the last 20 years, it was proposed to them to develop a soil subject with any of their groups and combine it with painting using soil materials. Each group interested in joining the project received a basic set of material to produce soil paints. They were expected to develop a soil theme and its contents for a few weeks and to finalize it with a figurative and textual collective creation that synthetized their learning. 16 of the 24 visited schools joined the project and realized it for an average of two months. During this time, the school groups visited the museum and/or borrowed the itinerant exposition on soils from the museum to work with in in the school community. At the end of the projects, the productions were presented at the Knowledge Market (Feira do Conhecimento) that happens every year in the central square of the town, as part of the National Week of Science and Technology. At the event, 58 works were presented by 14 schools, involving directly 700 pupils and their teachers. They approached themes from soil formation and properties to agroecology and urban occupation and impacts on the soils. 30 of the works were selected for a commemorative exposition and 12 were chosen for a table calendar 2014. The movement created around the project mobilized many people and had strong impact on the school communities, especially

  13. Art Education, The Art of Education and the Art of Life: Considering the Implications of Dewey's Later Philosophy to Art and Music Education

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    Vakeva, Lauri

    2007-01-01

    This article offers a clarification and application of aspects of John Dewey's philosophy of art and music that have often been misunderstood, even by philosophers (such as Susanne Langer) and, in particular, by philosophers of music education who quote Dewey in support of neo-Kantian aesthetic conceptions that Dewey was in fact at pains to…

  14. Combining Art and Science in "Arts and Sciences" Education

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    Needle, Andrew; Corbo, Christopher; Wong, Denise; Greenfeder, Gary; Raths, Linda; Fulop, Zoltan

    2007-01-01

    Two of this article's authors--an art professor and a biology professor--shared a project for advanced biology, art, nursing, and computer science majors involving scientific research that used digital imaging of the brain of the zebrafish, a newly favored laboratory animal. These contemporary and innovative teaching and learning practices were a…

  15. Understanding How College Students Describe Art: An Analysis on Art Education in China

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    Hong Wang

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available This study aims to explore how Chinese college students appreciate art as reflected in their descriptions of an artwork. Students’ descriptions were defined by a content analysis with respect to opinions and facts, art elements and principles. A questionnaire was also used to investigate students’ attitudes toward art education. 85 students who were divided into four groups participated in the study. The results showed: (1 participants were more familiar with art appreciation than art elements and principles; (2 there was a slight but no significant difference between students’ describing facts and opinions; (3 participants had significantly higher scores on describing art elements than describing art principles; (4 among all participants with regard to all elements and principles, there was a significant difference of describing space between students of art education and students of music education, and also, there was a significant difference of describing value between Chinese language students and other students. The results suggested that participants, including those of art education, had poor knowledge and strategies of understanding art, implying art education in China may have ended up with failure.

  16. Interlochen: Exemplary Education in the Arts.

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    Stathakis, Cathy A.; Pellegrino, Ann S.

    1991-01-01

    The arts and college preparatory academic program at the Interlochen Arts Academy (Michigan) for talented high school students is described. The academy offers intense training in creative writing, dance, music, theater, and visual arts. Also briefly described is the Interlochen Arts Camp which offers intense study in a performing or visual art.…

  17. For the Arts To Have Meaning...A Model of Adult Education in Performing Arts Organizations.

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    Kitinoja, L.; Heimlich, J. E.

    A model of adult education appears to function in the outreach programs of three Columbus (Ohio) performing arts organizations. The first tier represents the arts organization's board of trustees, and the second represents the internal administration of the company. Two administrative bodies are arbitrarily labelled as education and marketing,…

  18. The Challenges of Art Education in Designer Capitalism: Collaborative Practices in the (New Media) Arts

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    jagodzinski, jan

    2015-01-01

    This article explores the challenges to art education in the twenty-first century as art curricula around the world begin to change so as to meet the new emergent technological realities. It is argued that within a "control" society like ours, where the economic system of capitalism dictates the direction of education along with its…

  19. Art Education, Literacy, and English Language Learners: Visual Arts Curriculum to Aid Literacy Development

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    Renish, Angela J.

    2016-01-01

    Nineteen students whose first language is not English (English Language Learners, ELL) participated in an action research study that focused on the marriage of an art education curriculum and literacy practice. The study introduced students to the consistent use of language in art education as a means to discuss, inform, explain, and demonstrate…

  20. Consumption Culture and Art Education: Cultural Compounds of Traditional Resistances and Futuristic Strategies in Postmodern(ist Art Education

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    Metin EKER

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Consumption Culture and Art Education: Cultural Compounds of Traditional Resistances and Futuristic Strategies In Postmodern(ist Art Education New cultural fields and definitions have begun to develop through the globalization of cultural policies. It is inevitable that pedagogical debates in reference to the culture contact with art education in a great level. While a cultural study is to have a connection with other fields, art education is thought to be fed by a dynamic forming a common ground between conditions of cultural fields and those of itself. It is likely to express plenty of contents to be referred to art education by regarding culture of consumption of culture and art as an axis. These contents consist of the following titles such as traditional, actual and futuristic assessments of culture, experience of consumption, aesthetic of consumption, contents of visual and social consumption, concepts of consumption in art and consumption motivations of postmodern individual. Therefore, it is required to consider that connection between consumption culture and art education is a content belonging to postmodern art education and will become a notable scope in prospective art education in view of strategic facts

  1. The Changing Perspective of Art Education in Pakistan

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    Khan, Muhammad Sher Ali

    2014-01-01

    The development of art education in Pakistan over the last five decades is explored through three major phases: Arts as traditional crafts together with proficiency in painting and calligraphy. Such skills; somewhat existed in academies but, were then transferred through apprenticeship system. Arts in the academies; the first turning point, that…

  2. Art Education in Women's Prisons: Lessons from the Inside

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    Lacey, Candace H.

    2007-01-01

    This paper presents the qualitative findings based on the analysis of open-ended responses from surveys completed by 59 incarcerated women who participated in an arts-based education program. ArtSpring focuses on promoting self-growth and effective life skills through art-making for underserved and institutionalized women and girls. Findings…

  3. Museum Education and Art Therapy: Exploring an Innovative Partnership

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    Peacock, Karen

    2012-01-01

    This report describes collaborations between the disciplines of museum education and art therapy, which inspired the implementation of a pilot art therapy program at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art in Tennessee (USA). Because relatively limited research has been conducted on this trend, the author reviewed museum exhibits and programming, as well…

  4. Art education through movement: the corporal expression in physical education

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    Javier COTERÓN LÓPEZ

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Art Education in school provides values of creativity and aesthetic understanding to the training and development of the individual, linked intimately to the culture in which the educational act is framed. In this paper, we set out to extend the understanding of the artistic phenomenon through an approach to the movement education or physical education at school. In doing so, we will put forward the elements of the expressive dimension of movement and the contributions that Corporal Expression offers as a discipline with a strong relevance for the aesthetic and training experience of each student. This approach emphasizes the creative potential of motor activities and their value of implementation in the construction of collective scenic projects with expressive and communicative nature.

  5. Liberal Arts: Leadership Education in the 21st Century

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    Guthrie, Kathy L.; Callahan, Kathleen

    2016-01-01

    This chapter focuses on strategies and processes that integrate leadership learning across institutions. It discusses how leadership education fits a liberal education in various institutional types and operationalizes leadership and liberal arts curricula with five competencies.

  6. Shades of Green: Growing Environmentalism through Art Education

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    Inwood, Hilary

    2010-01-01

    As a university-based art educator inspired by the efforts of environmental artists, the author has been working to share their achievements with students and teachers through eco-art education. She aims to continue this work through this article by sharing recent developments in this emerging field of inquiry. In hopes of encouraging art…

  7. Expanding Our "Frames" of Mind for Education and the Arts

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    Groff, Jennifer S.

    2013-01-01

    In this article, Jennifer Groff explores the role of the arts in education through the lens of current research in cognitive neuroscience and the impact of technology in today's digital world. She explains that although arts education has largely used multiple intelligences theory to substantiate its presence in classrooms and schools, this…

  8. Art Education in Colonial India: Implementation and Imposition

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    Kantawala, Ami

    2012-01-01

    Historical inquiry in art education forms the basis of any research undertaken in the field. It is on this path that we discover ignored moments and personalities and clarify challenging ideas, thus approaching history from multiple perspectives. This historical study attempts to reframe the past of colonial Indian art education within the broader…

  9. Pornography in the Classroom: Another Challenge for Art Education.

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    Blandy, Doug; Congdon, Kristin G.

    1990-01-01

    Maintains that visual images of people contribute to how people perceive themselves and others. Explores ramifications of this under social conditions where pornography is evident and accessible. Examines definitions of pornography. Applies critical theory to art education, stressing that art educators should identify and critically study artworks…

  10. Media Literacy Art Education: Logos, Culture Jamming, and Activism

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    Chung, Sheng Kuan; Kirby, Michael S.

    2009-01-01

    Critical media literacy art education teaches students to: (1) appreciate the aesthetic qualities of media; (2) critically negotiate meanings and analyze media culture as products of social struggle; and (3) use media technologies as instruments of creative expression and social activism. In concert with art education practices oriented toward…

  11. Working Relationships: The Arts, Education and Community Development.

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    Welch, Nancy; Fisher, Paul

    This document profiles 11 examples of arts and education institutions across the country that are working to solve community problems. Programs, which reflect a number of purposes, are organized by category. Large Urban Profiles, include: (1) "Bridgemaking" in Chicago: Chicago Arts Partnership in Education; (2) Learning by Working: Young Artists…

  12. Engaging Scottish Young Offenders in Education through Music and Art

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    Anderson, Kirstin; Overy, Katie

    2010-01-01

    This study examined music and art classes as a way to engage young offenders in education, and to see if such engagement had an effect on their further participation in education, self-esteem, self-control, behaviour and literacy skills. The arts are often discussed as being an inviting and safe method of entry for young offenders who may have had…

  13. Social responsibility through art-education

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    D' Oliveira, Celso A.; Teixeira, Sandra R.C.; Teixeira, Karla B. [PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil)

    2009-07-01

    Curiosity about the job site of a pipeline is a strong characteristic among the residents in the area of influence of the PETROBRAS Engineering works, especially because of their proximity and direct interference in people's daily lives. In this context, children demand special attention concerning aspects such as Health, Safety and Environment (HSE). The opening of trenches and the movements of pipes, machines, and heavy equipment creates a fantastic, toy filled world in a child's imagination, which demands the disclosure of possible hazards caused by the job. To mitigate such risks and to extol the positive impacts brought to these communities, PETROBRAS created the Program 'Smart Kids Play Safe' aimed at the public in the 5-12-year-old range in order to encourage safe behavior and the development of a sense of citizenship and respect for the environment by means of playful educational activities including tricks, games, theaters, and workshops, and so on. The program seeks to link the content worked and the terms used to the reality of the target audience in order to maximize the assimilation of the concepts. These events could take place out in the open as well as inside a school. If in school, the role of the teacher becomes fundamental to the suitability of the contents, in addition to his or her experience and active participation during the events. During the construction of the GNL Pipeline main in 2008, in the Rio de Janeiro metropolitan area, PETROBRAS felt the necessity of creating a program that could attract and at the same time sensitize children to the hazards of playing near a pipeline construction site. And to that end, the company decided to involve educators in this process and created the Social Responsibility through Art-Education Program. A culture of environmental protection, and the concepts of socialization, safety, health and citizenship must all be self-sustaining. This contributes to the improvement of Basic

  14. Arts Education: Teaching What Technology Cannot

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    Taylor, Bruce

    2012-01-01

    Recently, Paul Sznewajs and Nick Rabkin made an introductory case for restoring the arts into Chicago Public Schools. They noted that past research has shown the positive benefits of arts instruction, especially for low-income students. Over the last several decades, research has validated the role of the arts, while in the same time span people…

  15. Creating Zines in Preservice Art Teacher Education

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    Klein, Sheri

    2010-01-01

    Preservice art teachers often reflect about their classroom observations and art teaching experiences through papers, journaling, and blogging. Zines, or "Do It Yourself" (DIY) magazines offer preservice teachers a unique and unconventional format to reflect on issues relevant to teaching art. This article discusses the definition of zines, their…

  16. Writing and Dialogue for Cultural Understanding: Multicultural Art Education in an Art Teacher Certification Program

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    Millman, Joyce

    2010-01-01

    "Why do they always tell you what "not" to do? Why don't they tell you what to do?" a student in an art education course for certification complained. The course is required for undergraduate students and post-baccalaureates, and introduces multicultural education and topics related to teaching, including educational philosophy, school law, and…

  17. ART@CMS and SCIENCE&ART@SCHOOL: Novel Education and Communication Channels for Particle Physics

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    Hoch, Michael; Alexopoulos, Angelos

    2014-06-01

    This document presents new outreach projects set up by the CMS Collaboration at the intersection of science and the arts to act as a creative springboard for the inspiration and engagement of public and students in particle physics research. Two programmes, Art@CMS and Science&Art@School, aim to reach and engage via multiple channels, different from those traditionally used for scientific outreach events. Art@CMS is a collaboration with professional artists to trigger a dialogue between the LHC scientific community and the art world. Science&Art@School brings high-school students from arts and sciences curricula together during extended learning periods by exploring how researchers and artists work and view each other's world. Results of events, workshops and collaborations are presented to demonstrate the concept in practice and to suggest avenues for strengthening further the educational and societal impact of particle physics research.

  18. Making art matter-ings: Engaging (with art in early childhood education, in Aotearoa New Zealand

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    Full Text Available This article examines the special nature of Te Whāriki, Aotearoa New Zealand’s early childhood national curriculum, as a dynamic social, cultural document through an exploration of two art-inspired imaginary case studies. Thinking with Te Whāriki retains the potential to ignite thinking post-developmentally about art, pedagogy and practice in teacher education, and in the field. It offers examples of how creating spaces for engaging (with art as pedagogy acts as a catalyst for change, art offers a dynamic way of knowing, and being-with the different life-worlds we inhabit. While new paradigms for thinking and practicing art in education continue to push the boundaries of developmentally and individually responsive child-centred pedagogies, an emphasis on multiple literacies often gets in the way. This prohibits opportunities for engaging in other more complex approaches to pedagogy and art as subject-content knowledge, something essential for developing a rich curriculum framework. The article draws on research that emphasises the importance of teacher education in opening up spaces for thinking about (the history of art in/and of education as more than a communication/language tool. It considers an inclusive and broad knowledge-building-communities approach that values the contribution that art, artists, and others offer the 21st early learning environments we find ourselves in.

  19. Teaching 21st-Century Art Education in a "Virtual" Age: Art Cafe at Second Life

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    Lu, Lilly

    2010-01-01

    The emerging three-dimensional (3D) virtual world (VW) technology offers great potential for teaching contemporary digital art and growing digital visual culture in 21st-century art education. Such online virtual worlds are built and conceptualized based on information visualization and visual metaphors. Recently, an increasing number of…

  20. Art, Anatomy, and Medicine: Is There a Place for Art in Medical Education?

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    Bell, Lawrence T. O.; Evans, Darrell J. R.

    2014-01-01

    For many years art, anatomy and medicine have shared a close relationship, as demonstrated by Leonardo da Vinci's anatomical drawings and Andreas Vesalius' groundbreaking illustrated anatomical textbook from the 16th century. However, in the modern day, can art truly play an important role in medical education? Studies have suggested…

  1. Visual Culture, Art Education and the everyday: hybridisms and paradoxes

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    Mirela Ribeiro Meira

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Art education in school faces instigating and provocative challenges, for instance, the teacher confronts: how to work with everyday issues and images. In the art field, Visual Culture can point to approximations between life, its paradoxes, the everyday, its hybridism and school, with its challenges. In considering the possibilities of teaching art, we discuss the contributions of authors such as: Merleau-Ponty, Nicolas Bourriaud, Michel Maffesoli, and also, Edgar Morin, who calls for the necessity for complex thinking when thinking about a complex reality of crossed borders, hybridisms, uncertainty and contradictions that, for this very reason, permit rich dialogues between art, education and culture.

  2. Astronomy, Visual Literacy, and Liberal Arts Education

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    Crider, Anthony

    2016-01-01

    With the exponentially growing amount of visual content that twenty-first century students will face throughout their lives, teaching them to respond to it with visual and information literacy skills should be a clear priority for liberal arts education. While visual literacy is more commonly covered within humanities curricula, I will argue that because astronomy is inherently a visual science, it is a fertile academic discipline for the teaching and learning of visual literacy. Astronomers, like many scientists, rely on three basic types of visuals to convey information: images, qualitative diagrams, and quantitative plots. In this talk, I will highlight classroom methods that can be used to teach students to "read" and "write" these three separate visuals. Examples of "reading" exercises include questioning the authorship and veracity of images, confronting the distorted scales of many diagrams published in astronomy textbooks, and extracting quantitative information from published plots. Examples of "writing" exercises include capturing astronomical images with smartphones, re-sketching textbook diagrams on whiteboards, and plotting data with Google Motion Charts or iPython notebooks. Students can be further pushed to synthesize these skills with end-of-semester slide presentations that incorporate relevant images, diagrams, and plots rather than relying solely on bulleted lists.

  3. Education through Art after the Second World War: A Critical Review of Art Education in South Korea

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    Kim, Hyungsook

    2014-01-01

    This article examines how progressive education was introduced to South Korea after the Second World War and takes a closer look at critical studies of this history. It argues that the America-led progressive education policies, which focused on art education, were an uncritical adaptation of the superpower's educational ideology and did not…

  4. Insights into the Integration of Traditional Filipino Arts in Art and Design Education: Voices from the Academe

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    Loza, Cynthia B.; De Guzman, Allan B.; Jose, Regalado T.

    2008-01-01

    This article presents the first segment of a qualitative study that explores the feasibility of integrating traditional arts in Philippine art and design education. The views of educators on traditional arts were sought to provide an impetus for the study and a springboard for discussion regarding the relevance of traditional Filipino arts in a…

  5. The Trojan Horse of Glass: A Cabalistic Theory of Recent Developments in Art Education.

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    Lanier, Vincent

    1978-01-01

    This paper purports that art education in the schools is being taken over by a "conspiracy" of art commissions, rather than leaving art education to art educators. It is suggested that this "cabal" will attempt to replace art educators in decision making relative to curriculum, methodology, certification, and teacher preparation. (KC)

  6. The influence of art education on jewelry design

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    Full Text Available Principally, theory and practice should be in harmony. In Jewelry Design Programmes, the knowledge of light, colour and design should be thought on basis of theories and causations besides visuality and practice. The education of design provides the students an independent aspect and encourages researching and questioning when supported by theoretical knowledge as art history, aesthetics, sociology of art, arts policy and analyzation of works of arts. The fundamental thing in art education is an accurate definition of art and a correct specification of coordinates of art education in accordance with this definition. If universal art coordinates are not included in Jewelry Design Education’s scope, it is possible to train craftsmen but not artists. It is a recognized truth that if a work of art has gained a universal value and protected it in time, then it is likely to talk about an artist and artistic values. Unique art works have their own creation laws and prove themselves in time.

  7. Developing Inner Peace and Joy through Art Education

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    Susmita Lakhyani

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Problem statement: Art Education has been given place in the curriculum yet there is a general misconception that the subject Art is of lesser importance and treated as a mere entertaining fringe. The present study looks into this matter. The basic key question, therefore, is-Does process of art education that is art instruction, promotes creative aspects of students and develops inner peace? It is with reference to Teacher education course. Approach: For the study, a workshop on art was organised and 400 B.Ed. students (pre-service teachers were taken. Most of these students had studied art only till 8th standard while few of them had no experience of any art class in school. They were hesitant to paint and had lot of misconceptions about art. The workshop included slide show, discussion and interpretation, meditation, listening music, painting on the spot and writing the experience of going through the workshop. Data was analysed qualitatively. Results: It was concluded that art education promotes: unique perception, feelings, sensitivity, symbolic association, imagination, originality, unique idea, imagination, self-realization and observation which are the aspects of creativity. It was also analysed from the data that art education made subjects feel relaxed; satisfied; fresh; feeling of other worldliness; contented; inner peace; joy; happy; self-realization; inspired, motivated and confident to create; sense of freedom; no limitations, no boundaries and no hesitations; emergence of new ideas and imagination; and awareness of inner potentials. Conclusion: Art education promotes peace and joy in an individual and it’s important in one’s growth.

  8. Spare-time Art Education in Shanghai

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    Tens of thousands of children is Shanghai are receiving art training in their spare time. More than 450 spare-time schools are helping the children in music, dancing, painting and calligraphy. Shanghai Children's Art School, which has 16 branches and over 6,000 pupils, is the biggest of all. Parents send their children to different schools to their different interests.

  9. The Economic and Educational Impact of Native American Art Markets

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    2015-01-01

    This research will investigate the economical and educational impact of Native American art markets. The information will compare and contrast the approaches of two museum-operated Native American art market programs, the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, California and the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis, Indiana. Information collected on these market programs included observation, library research and personal interviews. This study will present a b...

  10. Artes Illiberales? The Four Myths of Liberal Education

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    O'Sullivan, Maurice

    2009-01-01

    The phrase "liberal education" has begun obliterating more precise and meaningful terms. At first the author assumed that in using it, those public intellectuals who regularly gather to redefine higher education or set benchmarks for it had merely found an abbreviated way of describing a liberal-arts education. After Jeffrey Nesteruk took the…

  11. Art Education and the Development of Self-Concept.

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    Hausman, Jerome J.

    References are often made in art education literature about how art can enhance individuals' self-concepts. This document discusses the work of authors, Manuel Barkan, George Herbert Mead, and Sigmund Freud, who support this concept. Barkan's theory concerning how an individual's personality develops and changes by interacting socially is…

  12. Facilitating Meta-Learning in Art and Design Education

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    Winters, Tara

    2011-01-01

    Art and design programmes are educationally unique in that students themselves play a central role in determining their own learning needs. To be successful in their study, art and design students are required to operate with a high degree of independence and self-direction. Developing the skills for greater self-reliance requires students to…

  13. Developing Academic Games and Simulations for Art Education.

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    Susi, Frank D.

    1988-01-01

    Discusses the advantages of academic games and simulations in art education. Provides information on developing academic games and simulations and includes an example. Concludes that these strategies not only broaden the range of instructional approaches, but enhance the learning that results from the study of art. (GEA)

  14. The Art of Educational Leadership: Balancing Performance and Accountability

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    English, Fenwick W.

    2007-01-01

    "The Art of Educational Leadership: Balancing Performance and Accountability" stresses the human side of leadership. No other text on this topic demonstrates so ably the importance of artistry in leadership in a field that has been lopsidedly dominated by concepts informed by science. Presenting the idea that leadership is an art, this book…

  15. Ceramics Art Education and Contemporary Challenges in Nigeria

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    Kashim, Isah Bolaji; Adelabu, Oluwafemi Samuel

    2013-01-01

    Formal ceramics art education is becoming a fundamental requirement for professional practice in ceramics in Nigeria. Considering the ample resources available for ceramic practices in the country with a teeming population of over 140 million people, there is a promising future for the art, in spite of the effects of globalization and…

  16. Fight the Stress of Urban Education with the Arts

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    Creedon, Dennis W.

    2011-01-01

    Stress is a major health problem in urban neighborhoods, but integrating the arts into education can help children deal with stress. Stress reduces or eliminates a child's ability to learn by increasing the production of cortisol in the brain, while working in the arts has been shown to produce endorphin, which counteracts the effects of cortisol.…

  17. Video Games as Reconstructionist Sites of Learning in Art Education

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    Parks, Nancy S.

    2008-01-01

    Art education has been in the midst of a transformation shaped by several factors, including changes in contemporary art theories, political and economic factors, and technological developments. Film, music videos, advertisements, video games and other forms of popular culture are shaping how students learn today. Discussions about video gaming…

  18. Museum Education and Art Therapy: Promoting Wellness in Older Adults

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    Rosenblatt, Brooke

    2014-01-01

    By combining museum education with art therapy, museums can make significant contributions to healthcare. The Creative Aging program at The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., unites these fields, using artworks and art-making as catalysts to explore feelings, invite self-exploration, and build community. The program fosters an interest in…

  19. Art Education and Rural Schools: Reflections from the Field. Country Teacher.

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    Thurber, Frances E.

    1997-01-01

    An art education teacher-educator discusses the strengths and potential of rural education, arising from the sense of community found in small rural schools. Gives six suggestions to art teacher-educators concerning integrating art with other curricula, utilizing technology in art education, ensuring that rural students are afforded equal…

  20. Art Museums: an emergence stage for the art education research and innovation

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    Olaia Fontal Merillas

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Art Education is finding in Art Museums a stage for research and educational innovation which has held a great emergency in the last decade. We propose a tour that departs from the rethinking of the contents of a museum (collections, objects, ideas, facts, events, experiences, to approach the contents of education in the museums, analyzing some examples in which different didactic strategies are used for the education of conceptual, procedural and attitudinal contents. Finally, we think about the work of the museum educator, approaching the concept of "author's didactics" and the need of a conscience and premeditation on the part of the educator of museum with regard to the educational designs, their applications, results and processes.

  1. Letter from Vancouver: Practice-Based Arts Education Policies October 2006

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    Aprill, Arnold

    2008-01-01

    This article presents a keynote speech given by Arnold Aprill at the ArtsSmarts/GenieArts Canadian national annual meeting of arts education partnerships, addressing the development of practice-based arts education policies. ArtsSmarts/GenieArts is a Canadian initiative, launched in 1998 and supported by the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, that…

  2. It's New Media: But is it Art Education?

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    Trebor Scholz

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available There is a crisis in new media arts education. Education, like public broadcasting, should not be afraid of low ratings and small profits. The current crisis is starting to find widespread acknowledgment among new media educators from the United States, Germany, Finland and Australia and beyond. The unbearable lightness of topical orientation and the tension between vocational training and education are some of the core frictions. Navigating between Futurist narratives of progress and the technophobia often encountered in more traditional cultural theorists Scholz aims to show positive models for a future of pedagogy in new media arts.

  3. Practical of Ethics Education in Junior High School Technical Arts

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    Iwata, Ryo; Hirano, Shigeo

    Now, such as forgery, camouflage, concealment, and the alteration, the problems resulting from lack of the sense of ethics are occurring frequently. The department of junior high school technical arts to engineering ethics education is required for the solution. However, the example of introducing the ethics education is few in a current junior high school technical arts department. It is considered that it leads to a further improvement of the morality consideration by teaching from a past case to the engineering ethics at the stage of the compulsory education. In this thesis, it reports on the execution contents and an educational result.

  4. It's New Media: But is it Art Education?

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    2004-01-01

    There is a crisis in new media arts education. Education, like public broadcasting, should not be afraid of low ratings and small profits. The current crisis is starting to find widespread acknowledgment among new media educators from the United States, Germany, Finland and Australia and beyond. The unbearable lightness of topical orientation and the tension between vocational training and education are some of the core frictions. Navigating between Futurist narratives of progress and the tec...

  5. Nordic contemporary art education and the environment: Constructing an epistemological platform for Art Education for Sustainable Development (AESD

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    Helene Illeris

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available How can art educators address questions of environmental sustainability, accepting to be ethically normative but avoiding becoming dogmatic? How can the complex ‘pool’ of knowledge generated in and through art education research become useful in working with these questions, which many of us find overwhelmingly difficult? AESD – Art Education for Sustainable Development – is a concept coined for this article with the intention of bringing environmental problems onto the agenda. In an attempt to provoke the necessary discussion about environmental sustainability in art education, the article examines selected texts from recent Nordic research in order to build an ‘epistemological platform’ that might function as a research-based ‘tool’ for discussing environmental issues. The article is organized in four sections, which refer to the four ’cornerstones’ of the platform, where each cornerstone corresponds to a recent current in art education. These currents, as defined by the author, are: critical art education, poststructuralist strategies, visual culture pedagogy, and community oriented visual practices. Using selected Nordic texts as material for the analysis, the epistemological perspective of each current is briefly presented and its relationship to evironmental questions is discussed. In the final discussion, eight keywords are presented: praxis, change, performance, reflexivity, visuality, event, situatedness and collaboration. When put together, these concepts offer a dynamic picture of the ‘pool’ of ideas offered by contemporary Nordic and international research, which will be useful for  ‘performing’ AESD both as teaching practices and as research.

  6. Hybridization between Media Education and Visual Arts Education. Miyazaki's Cinema as a Revulsive

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    Huerta, Ricard

    2011-01-01

    In this article we suggest an approximation between media education and visual arts education. Teachers of Primary School interpret the media as a visual artefacts. But these visual artifacts can be analyzed from the education in visual arts. We can offer a suitable formation in the moment on training teachers (Clarembeaux, 2010; Huerta, 2005),…

  7. Teaching Art a Greener Path: Integrating Sustainability Concepts of Interior Design Curriculum into the Art Education Curriculum

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    Hasio, Cindy; Crane, Tommy J.

    2014-01-01

    Interior design is seldom integrated within the general art education curriculum because the subject matter is generally segregated as a commercial art. However, the importance of interior design concepts of sustainability in art education can really help a student understand the scale and proportion of space and mass, and how sustainability is…

  8. Queers and Art Education in the War Zone

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    Check, Ed

    2004-01-01

    Inspired by queer artist David Wojnarowicz's strategies of witnessing anger and truth-telling in art education, this author modeled his dissertation, "My Self-Education As A Gay Artist" (1996) on Wojnarowicz's work. Check states that Wojnarowicz inspired him to think beyond the closet and acknowledge and incorporate the realities of violence and…

  9. Festival of Pacific Arts: Education in Multi-Cultural Encounters

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    d'Hauteserre, Anne-Marie

    2011-01-01

    Can acts of support and/or revival of Pacific cultures serve to educate international tourists about Indigenous cultures? This paper examines, from a postcolonial perspective and using a qualitative methodology, whether the Festivals of Pacific Arts, to which all nations send delegations, can educate visitors about Indigenous cultures of the…

  10. Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe

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    Baidak, Nathalie; Horvath, Anna; Sharp, Caroline; Kearney, Caroline

    2009-01-01

    Education in European countries is subject to many competing demands which have an influence on the organisation and content of arts education. Increasing globalisation has brought both benefits and challenges, including those arising from increased international competition, migration and multiculturalism, advancements in technology and the…

  11. New Jersey Industrial Arts Education Safety Guide.

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    Kobylarz, Joseph D.; Olender, Francis B.

    This guide was developed to assist the teacher in planning, implementing, revising, or improving safety instruction in industrial arts classes in New Jersey, and has as its theme, "Safety Is Everyone's Responsibility." The guide is organized in seven major sections. The first section explains the purpose of the guide, outlines the contents of a…

  12. Embracing a Critical Pedagogy in Art Education.

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    Yokley, Shirley Hayes

    1999-01-01

    Describes a "critical pedagogy" that encourages reflective self-examination of attitudes, values, and beliefs within historical and cultural critique. Highlights an art lesson for preservice teachers that illustrates the use of a critical pedagogy of representation, focusing on self-portraits by Frida Kahlo and Leonora Carrington. Discusses the…

  13. Art-Based Evaluation in Research Education.

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    Julliard, Kell N.; Gujral, Jeetinder Kaur; Hamil, Sarah W.; Oswald, Elaine; Smyk, Amy; Testa, Nicole

    2000-01-01

    Study uses art to evaluate an all day seminar for graduate students on research methods, to explore students' feelings about research concepts, and to foster understanding of these concepts. Results suggest that the seminar was able to reduce most participants' anxiety about research without a loss of creativity and energy. (Author/GCP)

  14. Creative Approaches to Environmental Learning: Two perspectives on Teaching Environmental Art Education

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    Hilary Inwood; Taylor, Ryan W.

    2012-01-01

    Environmental art education is growing in popularity in college and university programs as the arts begin to play a more prominent role in environmental and sustainability education. As this emerging field of study is an interdisciplinary endeavor that draws from the more established fields of visual art education and environmental education, environmental art education offers a means to increase the pool of potential learners to those in the arts and sciences, as well as diversify learning ...

  15. Office of Education Guide to Graphic Art Software

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    Davis, Angela M.

    1995-01-01

    During the summer experience in the LARSS program, the author created a performance support system showing the techniques of creating text in Quark XPress, placed the text into Adobe Illustrator along with scanned images, signatures and art work partially created in Adobe Photoshop. The purpose of the project was to familiarize the Office of Education Staff with Graphic Arts and the computer skills utilized to typeset and design certificates, brochures, cover pages, manuals, etc.

  16. Interactive approach to teaching and learning in art education

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    Tomljenović, Zlata

    2014-01-01

    Efficient planning and execution of teaching process in art education depends on the teachers’ expertise, their creativity and attitude to teaching. In execution of teaching processes it is necessary to provide the conditions for development of potential students’ abilities, acquisition of art knowledge, skills and positive attitudes. The students’ active participation should also be stressed, as well as the use of modern teaching strategies, i.e. efficient teaching methods, different learnin...

  17. THE MODEL OF DEVELOPMENT OF ART PICTURE OF THE WORLD OF THE STUDENTS OF FACULTY OF ART EDUCATION

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    Gang, Liu

    2011-01-01

    The article presents the theoretical model of development of art picture of the world of the students future teachers of fine arts. In the description of the model describes the principles of the development of art picture of the world, revealed the psychological and pedagogical conditions, are indicated means, criteria and levels of evaluations of the development of art picture of the world of the students in the process of art-pedagogical education

  18. "Duodji": A New Step for Art Education

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    Guttorm, Gunvor

    2012-01-01

    In this article, I intend briefly to present some views of how cultural expressions can be used as a basis of artistic education of an indigenous people in a particular area. In the past 30 years, indigenous peoples have demanded that their cultural expressions (and knowledge) be included in higher education; to achieve this, they have applied…

  19. Aesthetics, the Arts, and Education: The Painter as a Model in Aesthetic Education.

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    Munski, Marilyn L.

    Arguing that the visual arts serve as the focus for potential aesthetic experience in the discipline of art education, this paper describes the influence of the sensory elements of aesthetic experience in nature and other art forms on the work of three artists--Kandinsky, Van Gogh, and Picasso--and suggests that teachers can enrich students'…

  20. Art education and contemporary practices: producing the relationship with art, science and technology

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    Fernando Miranda

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper reflects on a project of production, development and understanding of educational mediation forms, targeted to teenagers, through a program based on the relationship between Arts, Science and Technology. These are actions that "parasitize" the contents of contemporary art proposals developed in a contemporary art space in the city of Montevideo. Relationships are established with such content, produced by "others”, in this case, artists and visual creators, to generate creative alternatives regarding new possibilities of meaning and representation. Analysis is proposed on the basis of a teaching laboratory condition and public mediation associated to contemporary artistic production, with a format linked to an educational curatorship of the exhibition under a visual culture perspective.

  1. 77 FR 35953 - Arts in Education National Program; Final Priority, Requirements, Definitions, and Selection...

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    2012-06-15

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Arts in Education National Program; Final Priority, Requirements, Definitions, and Selection Criteria..., definitions, and selection criteria under the Arts in Education National Program (AENP). The...

  2. The Art of Culture War: (Un)Popular Culture, Freedom of Expression, and Art Education

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    Darts, David

    2008-01-01

    This article examines the culture wars in the United States and considers their impact on the field of art education. Stretching across virtually ever facet of contemporary culture, these ideologically charged battles over opposing moral values and fundamental belief systems are an intrinsic part of the ongoing struggle to define and control U.S.…

  3. Photo art creativity in the education: Light drawing

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    Acar Haci Mehmet

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Since the early ages, people live together with art, and create various branches of art. Painting, as one of the most important branches of art, occurs on the walls of the caves of prehistoric ages. By the nineteenth century, photography shows itself and come as a branch of art until today. Photographers have created new methods and techniques throughout history. Among these, we can say that “painting with light” is one of the techniques by which the artist can create original works of art and reflects his/her creativity freely. This study aims to cite the importance of creativity in art education by the applications of “painting with light”. First the history of art is touched briefly, and then the invention of photography is mentioned and the relationships of photography and painting is studied. In the final section by informing about the technique of “painting with light”, it is discoursed how to get a work of art with this technique.

  4. Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe. Lithuania 2007/08

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    Siaulytiene, Dalia

    2008-01-01

    Artistic education at general education schools in Lithuania is organised by teaching separate art subjects. Art education based on the integrated approach or project method may be organized at primary school, in grades one to four, according to the individual curriculum prepared by the teacher. Arts subjects included in Lithuanian arts curriculum…

  5. Literacy, educational policies, arts and prisons

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    Tett, Lyn; Anderson, Kirstin; Colvin, Sarah; McNeill, Fergus; Overy, Katie; Sparks, Richard

    2011-01-01

    The dominant international policy discourse in relation to literacy in particular, and lifelong learning in general, assumes that the main purpose of engaging in learning is to increase skills and employability and is based on a human capital approach to education (Biesta, 2006). However, many participants in education are more likely to be motivated by social rather than economic outcomes. For example, Tett and colleagues in their survey of literacy programme participants foun...

  6. Critical Examination of a Revision of Bloom's Taxonomy for the Development of Art Education Curriculum

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    Nakamura, Kazuyo; Yamato, Hiroko; Nakashima, Atsuo; Kikkawa, Kazuo

    2011-01-01

    This paper is aimed at developing Art Education Taxonomy Table through critically examining a revision of Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives contrived by Anderson and Krathwohl. First, the overview of the history of Bloom's Taxonomy is provided in relation to art education. Second, the influence of Bloom's theory of educational evaluation and Taxonomy on the classroom practice of art education in Japan is discussed. Third, aiming at using for the development of art education curriculu...

  7. Moral and other educational significance of the arts in philosophy and recent Scottish educational policy

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    Sidiropoulou, Panagiota

    2011-01-01

    The immense value of the arts has long been recognized by diverse cultures and such recognition has mostly guaranteed their inclusion in educational and school curricula the world over. The arts are considered valuable for numerous reasons, but their inclusion depends on particular interpretations of their merits that may sometimes have failed to realise their full or real potential. Although some ways of valuing the arts date back to antiquity, debates about the value of arts certainly deser...

  8. National Dance Education Organization: Building a Future for Dance Education in the Arts

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    Bonbright, Jane; McGreevy-Nichols, Susan

    2012-01-01

    The field of dance arts education in the United States is in an entirely different place today than it was at the turn of the century. Much of this change is due to a convergence of events that involved: federal and state legislation, policy, and funding that supported dance in arts education; a forty-year transition of dance out of departments of…

  9. What Mathematics Education Can Learn from Art: The Assumptions, Values, and Vision of Mathematics Education

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    Dietiker, Leslie

    2015-01-01

    Elliot Eisner proposed that educational challenges can be met by applying an artful lens. This article draws from Eisner's proposal to consider the assumptions, values, and vision of mathematics education by theorizing mathematics curriculum as an art form. By conceptualizing mathematics curriculum (both in written and enacted forms) as stories…

  10. Do Human Arts Really Offer a Lower Return to Education?

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    Dalgaard, Carl-Johan; Schultz, Esben Anton; Sørensen, Anders

    not influence wages directly. Exploiting this "cohort dependence" as an instrument for educational choice, our 2SLS estimates show that the hourly wage gap is attributable to selection. However, only half of the gap in annual earnings is explained by selection, whereas the other half is due to lower......Is the wage gap between majors in human arts and other fields caused by their education per se? If the educational choice is endogenous, the gap may instead be caused by selection. We document that individuals’ educational choice is correlated with that of older students, and argue that it should...

  11. Water: Social Issues and Contemporary Art Education

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    Cornelius, Angela; Sherow, Ernie; Carpenter, B. Stephen, II

    2010-01-01

    This Instructional Resource is based on the authors' current efforts as part of an interdisciplinary project where artists, community members, engineers, social activists, and educators are working together to make positive change in people's lives. Water, as a subject, symbol, and life-sustaining substance, is the focus of their work and the…

  12. Changes and Challenges in Music Education: Reflections on a Norwegian Arts-in-Education Programme

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    Christophersen, Catharina

    2015-01-01

    With a recent research study on a Norwegian arts-in-education programme "The Cultural Rucksack" as its starting point, this article addresses policy changes in the fields of culture and education and possible implications these could have on music education in schools. Familiar debates on the quality of education and the political…

  13. A Distinctive Vision for the Liberal Arts: General Education and the Flourishing of Christian Higher Education

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    Wells, Cynthia A.

    2016-01-01

    This article argues that a coherent and inspired general education program, infused with a deliberate vision of the liberal arts, is crucial to the flourishing of Christian higher education. This article begins by describing the context and status of general education, emphasizing how this element of the educational program falls short in…

  14. A CRITICAL REVIEW OF STATUS AND FUNCTIONS OF ART EDUCATION IN MODERN EDUCATION AND SOLUTIONAL PROPOPALS

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    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available In this article, it is stressed that modern art education should be approached by determining planned, programmed, logical, and completely scientific methods. The functions and the status of art education is also examined in details in this essay. It is emphasized that education has a significant influence on individual behavioral variations and on society with its all components for forming national agreement, mutual support, sympathy, cooperation and unity. Art education’s responsibility of creating modern, dynamic, complete, rationalistic and new ideas in addition to its contemporary existence as an education of pleasure and impression is also stressed.

  15. The East Bay Center for the Performing Arts: A Model for Community-Based Multicultural Arts Education

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    Engdahl, Eric

    2012-01-01

    This article highlights the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts in Richmond, California, which is one successful model of a community-based arts education organization whose central mission is to provide these deep art-rich experiences for students from low socio-economic status (SES) communities, who in this instance are predominately African…

  16. Why We Need the Arts: 8 Quotable Speeches by Leaders in Education, Government, Business, and the Arts.

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    This collection of speeches focuses on arts advocacy from perspectives ranging from arts education to the role of government and business in the arts. The book contains an introduction by Milton Rhodes and includes eight speeches: (1) "To Answer the Hunger Within" (Thomas H. Kean); (2) "It is the Dark We Have to Fear" (Edward Albee); (3) "Making…

  17. Desktop Simulation: Towards a New Strategy for Arts Technology Education

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    Eidsheim, Nina Sun

    2009-01-01

    For arts departments in many institutions, technology education entails prohibitive equipment costs, maintenance requirements and administrative demands. There are also inherent pedagogical challenges: for example, recording studio classes where, due to space and time constraints, only a few students in what might be a large class can properly…

  18. Critical Arts-Based Research in Education: Performing Undocumented Historias

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    Bagley, Carl; Castro-Salazar, Ricardo

    2012-01-01

    The article seeks to elucidate and academically position the genre of critical arts-based research in education. The article fuses Critical Race Theory (CRT), life history and performance, alongside work with undocumented American students of Mexican origin, to show how a politicised qualitative paradigmatic re envisioning can occur in which…

  19. An Equitable Balance: Designing Quality Thinking Systems in Art Education

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    Ingalls Vanada, Delane

    2016-01-01

    Dynamic learning environments in the arts that nurture all students' capacities for deep meaning, synthesis and connection-making have the best chance of standing in the gap toward educational justice. New paradigms for teaching and learning are needed that elevate all students' capacities--not just the select few who excel in narrow subsets of…

  20. Dyslexia in Higher Education: The Decision to Study Art

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    Bacon, Alison M.; Bennett, Samantha

    2013-01-01

    Increasing numbers of students in Higher Education (HE) have dyslexia and are particularly over represented in the visual and creative arts. While dyslexia has been associated with artistic talent, some applicants may perceive their academic opportunities as limited because of negative learning experiences associated with their dyslexia. This…

  1. Advanced Jewelry Design. Art Education: 6684.02.

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    Marinaccio, Louis M.

    See SO 007 721 for an introduction to the Visual Arts Education Curriculum of which this course in jewelry design is a part. In the course students further skills in forming complex objects through experience with casting, bezeling stones, and welding. Course content includes an historical perspective on jewelry production and advanced methods in…

  2. Unframing Immigration: Looking through the Educational Space of Contemporary Art

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    Desai, Dipti

    2010-01-01

    This article uses the lens of contemporary visual art as a counternarrative to explore the racialization of immigration in the United States and its relationship to education. Drawing on critical race theory, I argue that today several artists use their artistic practice to intervene strategically in the immigration debates. These artistic…

  3. Art Education and Disability Studies Perspectives on Mental Illness Discourses

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    Derby, John K.

    2009-01-01

    This dissertation critically examines mental illness discourses through the intersecting disciplinary lenses of art education and disability studies. Research from multiple disciplines is compared and theorized to uncover the ways in which discourses, or language systems, have oppressively constructed and represented "mental illness." To establish…

  4. Martial Arts and Critical Thinking in the Gifted Education Curriculum.

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    Choo, Lay Hiok; Jewell, Paul D.

    This paper examines similarities between the goals of Aikido, a martial art, and critical thinking and argues that Aikido promotes the development of thinking in its training and practice. It applies these ideas to the gifted education curriculum. First the paper introduces characteristics of Aikido, Aikido movement and techniques. It equates…

  5. Serigraphs (Tentative Course Outline). Art Education: 6693.05

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    Romeo, Richard

    An introduction to the Quinmester Visual Arts Education Curriculum, of which this is one course of study, can be found in SO 007 721. Serigraphy, the process of silk screening, involves a variety of techniques for the student to use as a medium of expression. Use of stencil, tusche, film, and the construction of equipment are included in this…

  6. Envisioning the Future: Working toward Sustainability in Fine Art Education

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    Clarke, Angela; Hulbert, Shane

    2016-01-01

    Fine art education provides students with opportunities to acquire knowledge and skills to respond creatively to their experience of society and culture. Fostering creative ways of knowing, thinking and doing requires studio learning conditions that promote the exploration of embodied perceptions, material sensibilities and conceptual ideas that…

  7. Alchemy in Iowa: Arts Education at Harding Junior High School.

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    Vallance, Elizabeth

    1991-01-01

    Case study of an Iowa junior high school describes how the school and community identified their resources and used them to create successful arts education programs from ordinary resources. The article examines four types of commitment that shaped school practice, noting effective teaching practices and administrative policy. (SM)

  8. Interior Design Supports Art Education: A Case Study

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    Clemons, Stephanie A.

    2006-01-01

    Interior design, as a field of study, is a rapidly growing area of interest--particularly for teenagers in the United States. Part of this interest stems from the proliferation of design-related reality shows available through television media. Some art educators and curriculum specialists in the nation perceive the study of interior spaces as a…

  9. Zen and the Art of Reflective Practice in Teacher Education.

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    Tremmel, Robert

    1993-01-01

    Connects reflection-in-action to Zen teachings; argues that teacher education programs rely on narrow conceptions of reflection that ignore the need to prepare the mind. Suggests that teaching the art of paying attention is a way to nurture reflective practice. (SK)

  10. Characteristics of Art Higher Education Institution Students' Social Competence

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    Butova, Yelena Valeryevna; Khan, Natalya Nikolaevna; Illarionova, Ludmila Petrovna; Moldazhanova, Asemqul

    2015-01-01

    This paper represents a profound research of Kazakh and foreign scientific literature and tries to define the structure, the essence and meaningful characteristics of the art higher education institution students' competence as a set of professionally significant qualities of personality, which is determined by the nature and specifics of the…

  11. Education and/as Art: A Found Poetry Suite

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    Prendergast, Monica

    2012-01-01

    Embracing "metaphor as method" (Prendergast, 2005; see also Prendergast, 2006a, 2006b, 2008a), which I suggest is a key characteristic of thinking poetically and doing poetic inquiry, is the process conveyed in this suite of found poems. The investigation began with a cross-disciplinary scholarly database search on the term "education as art" that…

  12. Open Spaces for Arts Education ‐ The ALTO Ecosystem

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    Casey, John; Greller, Wolfgang; Davies, Hywel; Follows, Chris; Turner, Nancy; Webb-Ingall, Ed

    2012-01-01

    Casey, J., Greller, W., Davies, H., Follows, C., Turner, N., & Webb-­Ingall, E. (2011, 27-30 September). Open Spaces for Arts Education - The ALTO Ecosystem Model. Paper presentation of "Future Learning Spaces", at the 7th annual Designs on E-learning 2011 (DeoL) conference, Helsinki, Finland.

  13. Four Learning Environments for the Contemporary Art Education Classroom: Studio, Information, Planning, and Electronic

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    Marschalek, Douglas G.

    2004-01-01

    This article provides an overview of a secondary art education methods course developed in response to a variety of educational directives and movements in the fields of art, education, art education, and design. Within each unit of study in this course, students engage in four learning environments--studio, information design, planning, and…

  14. The Sociological Dimension of the System of Art Education in Belarus

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    Skorokhodov, V. P.

    2006-01-01

    Art education in Belarus is based on two fundamental state documents, the "Law on Education in the Republic of Belarus" and the "Law on Culture in the Republic of Belarus," which spell out the prospects of the development of art education in a unity of goals, tasks, and paths of implementation. The system of art education in the Republic includes…

  15. Creative Approaches to Environmental Learning: Two Perspectives on Teaching Environmental Art Education

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    Inwood, Hilary J.; Taylor, Ryan W.

    2012-01-01

    Environmental art education is growing in popularity in college and university programs as the arts begin to play a more prominent role in environmental and sustainability education. As this emerging field of study is an interdisciplinary endeavor that draws from the more established fields of visual art education and environmental education,…

  16. Postmodern Academic Science Education: Mentorship Arts

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    Akbar Nikkhah

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available The objective is to introduce and describe new definitions for global science education that will determine the extent and nature of humans’ future accomplishments. These will affect life quality worldwide. Science as an ultimate essence encircles theoretical and applied findings and discoveries. These can only contribute to forming a trivial core, whilst the most crucial are insightful moral surroundings. Morality is most concerned with mentorship commitments. To sustain a dense and rigid shape that progressively improves science and life quality, imagination must be complemented with harmonizing approaches. Such perceptions become an obligationas the growing knowledge creates novel questions and challenges. The upper tree of science glorified with blooming branches of knowledge, particularly over the last few centuries, is predicted to undergo progressive declines in the strength of its education foundations unless the lower tree receives most-deserving mentorship contemplations. Mentors must replace teachers, by definition, and commit to generating more qualified educators than themselves.Mentors are expected to welcome and manage challenges from mentees. Challenges play crucial roles in granting mentees with integrated pathways of scientific development. The resulting pictures will be eagerly prone to revisions and elaborations as mentees themselvesstep into the pathway. This systematic education will strengthen science roots in mentees' minds and will uphold a sturdy science body for the society. Science pictured as an integrated circle grants a prospect to envision where humans are and where not to end up. Maintaining a definitive shape for science in any major before and while enriching central cores with experimental novelties in minds and laboratories is crucial to improving man's fulfillment of time. These approaches are keys to preserving an integrated shape for science in the third millennium. Such integrities are an obligation to

  17. Martial Arts Anthropology for Sport Pedagogy and Physical Education

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    Wojciech J. CYNARSKI

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this paper is to discuss the subject as well as the problem of corporeality and spirituality in the anthropology of martial arts. The authors attempt to show the vision of a new psychophysical education on the way of martial arts and the taking of personal patterns here. Analysies are made in the perspective of the holistic pedagogy and humanistic theory of martial arts.Qualitative methods, such as studying literature, direct interview and long-term participant observation were used. The authors wish to begin with the concept of corporeality as it is found in the available literature on the subject.The first author has been active in an environment of martial arts for over 30 years. Interviews and discussions were conducted with 9 martial arts masters of the highest rank.Results and conclusions. Psychophysical system of self-realization is an educational programme – a way which relates to spiritual development through physical and mental exercise, according to teaching by a particular master-teacher. Within the context of martial arts being used as a psycho-educational form of education, the body fulfills, above all, the role of a tool to be used on the way towards enlightenment and wisdom. It is utilized specifically in spiritual progress. Improving one’s physical abilities is therefore an ascetic journey of physical perfectionism and technical accomplishment all towards achieving spiritual mastery. In some cases, spiritual development is described in terms of energy (qi, ki and connected with the capacity of one’s health.Traditional understanding of martial arts is often mixed with combat sports or systems of meditation are numbered among movement forms. The opportunity to avoid similar mistakes is to adopt a theoretical perspective of the anthropology of psychophysical progress. Paradigm of systematic approach and integral outlook on the human allow for understanding of the sense of being involved in ascetic and

  18. Creating links between art and environmental education

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    Robert W. Turner

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available Artists have used the environment as a subject forever and there is a long history of artists whose works affect peoples’ awareness of and perceptions of their natural environments. But only relatively recently have other artists become part of the modern environmental movement and of efforts to educate college students and the population at large about environmental issues. Environmental studies programs need to take advantage of this increased interest on the part of artists, and global warming provides a perfect vehicle.

  19. The Art of Empathy: A Mixed Methods Case Study of a Critical Place-Based Art Education Program

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    Bertling, Joy Gaulden

    2012-01-01

    This mixed methods case study examined middle school students' empathy with the environment within a critical place-based art classroom. The curriculum was informed by the ecological imagination, which calls for a new mode of education: education that embraces the arts as a way to conceive of pro-ecological perspectives, other ways of being…

  20. The Suffering of Arts Entrepreneurs: Will Fine Art Students Be Educated on How to Become Successfully Self-Employed?

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    Thom, Marco

    2015-01-01

    The aim of the study is to show whether, how and to what extent fine art students will be equipped with entrepreneurial skills and therefore be educated on how to make a living as a practicing artist. A comprehensive and comparative analysis of Fine Art degree programmes and extra-curricular training offerings at higher education institutions…

  1. The Art of Deception and the Role of Intelligence Education

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    Mitchell, Dr. William L.

    2016-01-01

    Is deception an art? And if so, what role might it have in military intelligence education? To offer some answers to the these questions, the paper draws upon the discovery phase of efforts to synchronize deception theory, research, practice, in order to develop a post-graduate military deception...... has sufficient philosophy of science facets to bear a post-graduate level course, it has unique qualities that facilitate the role intelligence education might have in managing it.......Is deception an art? And if so, what role might it have in military intelligence education? To offer some answers to the these questions, the paper draws upon the discovery phase of efforts to synchronize deception theory, research, practice, in order to develop a post-graduate military deception...

  2. Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe. Liechtenstein 2007/08

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    Steffens-Fisler, Marion; Schadler, Eva-Maria

    2008-01-01

    Arts education is compulsory for all pupils aged 6 to 11 in primary education (ISCED level 1) and for all pupils aged 12 to 15 in lower secondary schools (ISCED level 2). The following arts subjects are included in the arts curriculum: (1) Visual arts; (2) Music; (3) Drama (as an optional subject through the two theatre groups proposed in the…

  3. Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe: Austria 2007/08

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    Wimmer, Michael; Schad, Anke; Nagel, Tanja

    2008-01-01

    This paper focuses on Austria's arts and cultural education. The Austrian arts curriculum is organised as separate subjects. It includes music, visual arts and crafts (divided into two separate subjects: technical crafts and textile arts). The Austrian curriculum refers to "Bildungs- und Lehraufgaben", i.e. educational and teaching tasks. This…

  4. Arts Education and Creativity Enhancement in Young Children in Hong Kong

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    Hui, Anna N. N.; He, Mavis W. J.; Ye, Shengquan Sam

    2015-01-01

    The present study aimed at assessing Hong Kong young children's gains in creativity and their teachers' application of arts education after a one-year artists-teachers collaborative arts education project that involves various art forms (i.e. drama, visual arts and integrated). Participants included 790 young children, 217 parents and 65 teachers…

  5. Advocacy for Art Education: Beyond Tee-Shirts and Bumper Stickers

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    Bobick, Bryna; DiCindio, Carissa

    2012-01-01

    Advocacy is not new to art education. Over the years, Goldfarb (1979), Hodsoll (1985), and Erickson and Young (1996) have written about the importance of arts advocacy, but the concept of advocacy has evolved with the times. For example, in the 1970s, arts advocacy was described as a "movement" and brought together art educators, administrators,…

  6. Collaborative Creativity in STEAM: Narratives of Art Education Students' Experiences in Transdisciplinary Spaces

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    Guyotte, Kelly W.; Sochacka, Nicola W.; Costantino, Tracie E.; Kellam, Nadia N.; Walther, Joachim

    2015-01-01

    Current efforts to promote STEAM (STEM + Arts) education focus predominantly on how partnering with the arts provides a range of benefits to STEM students. Here we take a different approach and focus on what art and art education students stand to gain from collaborating with STEM students. Drawing on a variety of student field texts, we present…

  7. Implications of Gregory Bateson's Ideas for a Semiotic of Art Education.

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    Bowers, C. A.

    1990-01-01

    Points out the limitations of the Cartesian epistemology underlying most art education textbooks. Explores the ideas of Gregory Bateson and Ellen Dissanayake who express a semiotic view of artistic creation that is multidimensional. Suggest implications for art education. (KM)

  8. Velvet Vulvas at School: The Catalyzing Power of the Arts in Education

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    Quinn, Therese

    2008-01-01

    As a teacher of art teachers, this author values and promotes an education through the arts that loves freedom, an education through art connected to powerful social ideas and movements, connected to social justice. This is not a kind of education common today in public schools, but it has a rich lineage. Drawing inspiration from Maxine Greene,…

  9. Educating for Creativity: Bringing the Arts and Culture into Asian Education. Report of the Asian Regional Symposia on Arts Education: Measuring the Impact of Arts in Education (Hong Kong SAR, China, January 9-11, 2004) and Transmissions and Transformations: Learning through the Arts in Asia (New Delhi, India, March 21-24, 2005)

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    Meleisea, Ellie, Comp.

    2005-01-01

    The publication recounts two symposiums on Arts Education that took place in Hong Kong and New Delhi, India in January 2004 and March 2005 respectively. Two sections include papers covering the current situation of arts education in Asia and plans for the future. The first part has an introduction to culture and arts education in Asia, the vision…

  10. 76 FR 9331 - Professional Development for Arts Educators Program; Office of Innovation and Improvement...

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    2011-02-17

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION... high-quality model professional development programs in elementary and secondary education for music, dance, drama, media arts, or visual arts, including folk arts, for educators and other...

  11. The Arts and Australian Education: Realising Potential. Australian Education Review No. 58

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    Ewing, Robyn

    2011-01-01

    Australian Education Review (AER) 58 surveys the international and national research on the role and effect of arts-rich programming in schools and in the broader community, and examines the policies and practices that inhibit or support these initiatives. It puts the case that embedding the Arts in learning would be a powerful catalyst for…

  12. Social Studies Education and Public Art: The Detroit Billboard Project

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    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this action-research project was to evaluate the impact of high school students’ involvement in community-oriented, art-based work in the social studies. In Detroit, high school students engaged in persuasive writing and design while exploring community issues. The project culminated in the installation of student artwork on a billboard in the city’s cultural center. Mixed methods were employed to evaluate the project; forty-seven students completed surveys at its conclusion. The findings suggest that creative projects with real-world applications are motivational, and they promote civic education. The majority of the students reported that their awareness of community issues had increased. This study has implications for the implementation of projects for democratic education and service learning, arts integration in the social studies, and the use of authentic assessments in contextual, culturally responsive teaching

  13. Cultivating artistic approaches to environmental learning: Exploring eco-art education in elementary classrooms

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    Hilary J. Inwood

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available This article explores curriculum development in eco-art education, an integration of art education and environmental education, as a means of increasing awareness of and engagement with the environment. It reports on a qualitative research study that tracked teachers’ experiments with the design and implementationof eco-art education in elementary classrooms. Guided by the framework of collaborative action research, a team of educators generated practical and theoretical knowledge to plan, implement, observe and reflect on eco-art curricula and pedagogy. As the first inquiry to examine eco-art education in a sustained way across multiple school sites, it makes a significant contribution to the emerging knowledge and growing discourse of eco-art education by demonstrating how arts-based learning at the elementary level can align with and support environmental education concepts and pedagogy.

  14. HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN MEDIA EDUCATION AND VISUAL ARTS EDUCATION. MIYAZAKI'S CINEMA AS A REVULSIVE

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    Ricard Huerta

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available In this article we suggest an approximation between media education and visual arts education. Teachers of Primary School interpret the media as a visual artefacts. But this visual artifacts can be analyzed from the education in visual arts. We can offer a suitable formation in the moment on training teachers (Clarembeaux, 2010; Huerta, 2005, but is also necessary move a notion of visual arts. Now, in Spain, visual arts education is far from the media images. We would incorporate the media education in the Primary School curriculum from the visual arts education (Hernández, 2000; Huerta, 2009. We focuses this research in a case of student’s group. They are university training teachers, and we verify their knowledge about cinema and media as a visual culture texts, promoting a major presence of media in visual arts, extending the field of action, and promoting the use of the cinema as useful tool in the Primary School classes. We encourage teachers and students towards the critical and personal readings in media, reforcing knowledge and analysis more than entertainment (Ambrós & Breu, 2007; Fedorov, 2010. For analyze this situation we have chosen the movie Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, a film by Hayao Miyazaki.

  15. Possibilities and limits of Art teacher education and school artistic education from the humanizing perspective

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    Maria José Dozza Subtil

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents reflections on initial education of Art teachers, prioritized knowledge in the curriculum and demands of school artistic practice, resulting from research performed with teachers from Parana State Public Network (Brazil, especially graduates with Music Teaching Degrees. Questions on education in Teaching Degrees are addressed - musical practice, pedagogical studies, training and relationship with the school, strengths and weaknesses of the curriculum and school artistic practice - planning, content and methodologies, demands of students and managers for Art classes. The purpose of this analysis was to collate education by teachers whilst adhering to school‟s demands, to discuss the challenges of teaching work in Art/Music in relation to different determinants that constitute it. Among other problems, data shows the difficulties for teachers in planning from the determinations of the Diretrizes Curriculares Estaduais - DCE (2009 (State Curricular Guidelines, which proposes actions within all artistic fields Music, Theater, Dance and Visual Arts and the effective practice with a view to the specific education in Music and Visual Arts Teaching Degrees. The resulting answers enabled problematization of the relationship between theory and practice of education/work of these teachers and pointed to the contradiction between artistic education as a pragmatic activity and the potentiality of aesthetic and humanizing education proclaimed by the Marxist perspective.

  16. The Basics of Art Education (Based on I. A. Ilyin’s Works

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    S. Z. Goncharov

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper is dedicated to the art perception of various genres based on the comparative analysis method. The authors emphasize the esthetic heritage of Ivan Ilyin and his spiritual actology – the reliable guidelines for those following in the footsteps of Alexander Pushkin in the Russian art. The research was designed to spec- ify the basic esthetic and art study categories, introduced by Ivan Ilyin and including the basic content of the modern art education; the concepts of the creative artistic act, levels of work of art, artistry and art education being defined. On the basis of the clas- sical works on esthetics by the eminent Russian thinker, the authors analyze the es- sence of artistic perception; different levels of art work being discussed, as well as the artistic act of creating an art object and requirements for art education. The art education problem is getting even more relevant because of the culture degradation, technocratic civilization of triviality, displacement of genuine art by com- mercial shows, etc. However, only due to the genuine art, the productive perception can be developed as the basic quality of creativity in any sphere. The art teachers, art- ists and art critics working together can promote the general spiritual level by teaching people to strive for artistic perfection, rather then senseless entertainment. The research findings can be implemented both in the theoretical spheres of es- thetics and art studies, and in the system of teaching the disciplines of cultural, esthe- tic and art profiles. 

  17. Games That Art Educators Play: Games in the Historical and Cultural Context of Art Education

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    Patton, Ryan M.

    2014-01-01

    Games have played an important role in modern educational methodologies. Beginning with the work of luminaries like Froebel, Montessori, and Dewey and continuing through the Cold War, the counter-culture movement of the 1960s and '70s, and into the present day, shifts in educational practice can be traced historically using the lens of games,…

  18. Revisiting/Revising Art and Home: (Be)Longing and Identity in Out-of-School Art Education Settings

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    Weida, Courtney Lee

    2011-01-01

    What does "home" mean in the context of teaching artistry and art making that happens outside of the school setting? This article examines home as a valuable context and concept for teaching artists. Kathleen Vaughan (a researcher of art education environments) has extensively considered the notion of home, defining the concept in terms of…

  19. Arts-Based Teaching: A Pedagogy of Imagination and a Conduit to a Socially Just Education

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    Mardirosian, Gail Humphries; Belson, Sarah Irvine; Lewis, Yvonne Pelletier

    2009-01-01

    This article describes a study in which 53 teachers participating in arts-based professional development courses and workshops gained a profound understanding of the role of the arts in education and an appreciation for the powerful role the arts can play in pedagogy and social justice. The findings of study demonstrate how arts-based…

  20. Dancing with Line: Inquiry, Democracy, and Aesthetic Development as an Approach to Art Education

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    Heid, Karen; Estabrook, Monica; Nostrant, Chris

    2009-01-01

    This qualitative study examines an art lesson in a multiage inquiry-based charter school. The arts curriculum focused on democratic process, dialogical interaction, aesthetic and imaginative understanding, and visual culture art education. Questions considered in the research were: Within an inquiry-based setting what might an art lesson look…

  1. Questioning the Role of "21st-Century Skills" in Arts Education Advocacy Discourse

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    Logsdon, Leann F.

    2013-01-01

    The revised Core Arts Standards offer music educators the chance to examine the contradictions that currently permeate the arts advocacy discourse. This article examines the emphasis on 21st-century workplace skills in claims made by arts advocacy proponents. An alternative approach focuses instead on lifelong learning in the arts and the array of…

  2. Educating artists in management – An analysis of art education programmes in DACH region

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    Christine Bauer

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Labour force in the art sector is characterised by high qualification, but low income for those people who perform the core contribution in art, i.e. the artists. As artists are typically self-dependent in managing their business, they should have managerial skills besides those skills necessary to perform their artistic core activities. If the lack of managerial skills is a reason why artists fail to make a living from their talent, then this chain of cause and effect could be ruptured by adequate educational opportunities. This paper analyses the curricula of a wide range of institutions offering art education programmes and identifies their managerial learning content. In doing so, we focused on German-speaking countries, the so-called DACH region (i.e. Germany, Austria and Switzerland, whereas D, A and CH are country codes. We identified and analysed 159 course syllabi of 81 art universities, schools and academies. The results of our study indicate a lack of managerial learning contents: a vast majority of institutions follow a rather traditional approach to art education, focusing solely on artistic competences. We suggest the implementation of managerial learning contents to better prepare art students for successful careers in the arts.

  3. Artfulness

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    Chemi, Tatiana

    2011-01-01

    a collage of previously published materials on Artfulness, in this journal targeted teachers for dysfunctional behaviour children.......a collage of previously published materials on Artfulness, in this journal targeted teachers for dysfunctional behaviour children....

  4. Whither (Whether) Medical Humanities? The Future of Humanities and Arts in Medical Education

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    Shapiro, Johanna

    2012-01-01

    This special issue of "Journal for Learning through the Arts" focuses on the uses of literature and arts in medical education. The introductory article addresses current debate in the field of medical humanities (MH), namely the existential question of what is the purpose of integrating humanities/arts in medical education; and then examines how…

  5. "I'm So Offended!": Curriculum Flashpoints and Critical Arts Education

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    Kraehe, Amelia M.; Hood, Emily Jean; Travis, Sarah

    2015-01-01

    Inspired by critical race and feminist perspectives, this paper complicates the conversation on preparing arts educators for diversity and equity. The authors ground their research on the premise that arts educators committed to challenging social inequalities must understand sociocultural influences on art, curriculum, teaching, and learning. The…

  6. Access to High School Arts Education: Why Student Participation Matters as Much as Course Availability

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    Thomas, M. Kathleen; Singh, Priyanka; Klopfenstein, Kristin; Henry, Thomas

    2013-01-01

    There is renewed interest in the role of arts education in the curriculum of U.S. public schools not only because of the intrinsic value of the arts and its believed impact on achievement, but because cultivating creativity is thought to promote innovation and fuel economic growth. Still, we know little about basic access to arts education. Using…

  7. Promoting the Aesthetic Experience: The Rise of Receptive Art Education in the Netherlands

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    2014-01-01

    In 1999, a mandatory and interdisciplinary art course, Cultural and Artistic Education (Culturele en Kunstzinnige Vorming, or CKV), was introduced in the Dutch secondary school system. The course focuses on receptive, rather than active, art education. Cultural activities, such as visiting an art ex

  8. 78 FR 11858 - Applications for New Awards; Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination Program

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    ... 78486), and corrected on May 12, 2011 (76 FR 27637). Arts includes music, dance, theater, media arts... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Applications for New Awards; Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination Program AGENCY: Office...

  9. Build a Creative Leadership Team: Take a Unified Approach to Fostering Arts Education in Your School

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    Becoming a champion of arts education means establishing a culture that embraces a team approach toward integrating the arts. This article offers some practical guidance for developing a creative leadership team--and cultivating creativity in the whole school.

  10. Art

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    2008-01-01

    What is Art?Art is a way of interpreting the worldaround us and our place within it.We can seeart not only in paintings,but in sculpture(雕塑),buildings and even advertising.Traditionally(传统上,照惯例),artists werejudged more for their technical skill,but artnowhas an aesthetic(美学的,审美的)valueand/or emotional impact(冲动).Art doesn't

  11. 3D Virtual Worlds as Art Media and Exhibition Arenas: Students' Responses and Challenges in Contemporary Art Education

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    Lu, Lilly

    2013-01-01

    3D virtual worlds (3D VWs) are considered one of the emerging learning spaces of the 21st century; however, few empirical studies have investigated educational applications and student learning aspects in art education. This study focused on students' responses to and challenges with 3D VWs in both aspects. The findings show that most…

  12. How Has Vocational Culinary Arts Changed as a Result of a Redesign of the Education System.

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    VanLandingham, Paul G.

    Vocational education reforms that followed passage of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act of 1963 initiated the development of many new vocational culinary arts programs that trained high school students with state-of-the art equipment. When the National Consortium of Competency Based Education was established in 1973, it changed the form…

  13. Race to the Top: Implications for Professional Development in Arts Education

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    Hourigan, Ryan

    2011-01-01

    This article provides an initial look at Race to the Top as it relates to professional development for arts educators. Topics include the philosophy of Race to the Top education reform, data informed professional development, performance pay, and how these changes may affect arts educators.

  14. Bauhaus Pedagogy in Exile: Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack and Art Education.

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    Stasny, Peter

    The educational side of art education seems to be experiencing a revival with respect to the socio-political, environmental, and economic problems and disasters of a multinational and multicultural society today. A concept such as education through art seems to be worth reassessment. In that context, this paper considers Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack…

  15. Communities of practice in art and design and museum and gallery education

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    2006-01-01

    This article draws on a wider body of research that explores whether art and design teachers (art teachers) and museum and gallery educators (gallery educators) hold conflicting conceptions of ‘critical and contextual studies’. The data analysis focuses on what interviewees said about each other in relation to crossing boundaries between institutions, subject and pedagogical content knowledge, conceptions of the discipline of art and design, the role of gallery education in curriculum develop...

  16. Deepening elements prosocial and enviromental education through art game at summer camp

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    Bachelor thesis is focused on environmental education through art activities. The work is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part defines and describes the concepts of environmental education, prosocial education, art play, art as a game, motivation, creativity, reflection, project, key competencies. This part of work formsthe scientific basis for the practical part. The practical part creates the project representing the deepening of prosocial and environment...

  17. Educating Sentiment: Hume's Contribution to the Philosophy of the Curriculum Regarding the Teaching of Art

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    Barchana-Lorand, Dorit

    2015-01-01

    From the perspective of art education, the worst-case philosophical scenario is the hedonist-subjectivist account of art. If we measure art by the pleasure we gain from it, it may seem senseless to attempt teaching the reception of art. David Hume's "Of the Standard of Taste" provides an argument for the art-education enthusiast,…

  18. ISLAMIC ARTS MUSEUM, MALAYSIA: EDUCATIONAL TOOL FOR REVIVING ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE

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    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available Abstract The Islamic art and architecture have played a significant role in the development of historic cities in the Muslim world; they were developed through time in response to socioeconomic and cultural needs of the society. The paper will focus on the experience of the Islamic Arts Museum in terms of its role in raising public awareness about Islamic art and architecture through its building that combines modernity and heritage in unique Islamic architectural style and educational programs and activities that educate people about conservation of Islamic heritage. The aim of this essay is to present the experience of IAMM in promoting Islamic art and architecture in order to share experience as a successful model. To achieve this aim the existing conditions of this museum were examined in  terms of its building, decorated element, cultural activities  and  conservation  programs using  traditional  ways and  modern technologies.  A  broad  range  of information was collected from various sources and through a field survey carried out in the selected museum from modern country leading development in the Muslim world. The collected information was analyzed with particular regard to the special character. This paper is an attempt to address the important issues of educational programs that raise public awareness about heritage through interior design and display of artifact from different regions of Muslim world matters that have been raised in many museums around the world and it is hoped that it is going to be a significant contribution to the subject of reviving Islamic architecture in the modern world. Keywords: Islamic art and architecture, museum, modernity and heritage, conservation programs, educational activities.     Abstrak Seni  dan  arsitektur  Islam  telah  memainkan  peran  yang  sangat  penting  dalam  perkembangan  kota-kota bersejarah di dunia Muslim; dibangun sepanjang masa sebagai respon terhadap

  19. The Arts In and Out of School: Educational Policy, Provision and Practice in Ireland Today

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    2015-01-01

    The debate relating to the place and value of the arts in Irish Education is one that has dominated educational policy, provision, and practice down through the history of Irish educational policy from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Indeed, interest in this topic has been re-ignited with the recent publication of two educational policy documents, one based on the arts-in-education in and out of school The Arts in Education Charter (2013), and the other on the development of c...

  20. The Effectiveness of Educational Podcasts for Teaching Music and Visual Arts in Higher Education

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    Tam, Cheung On

    2012-01-01

    Podcasting is now being used frequently in the higher education sector. Although research has been conducted into the use of podcasting in teaching business, engineering, sciences and languages, little has been done on its use in arts learning. This paper reports on a study that investigated the effectiveness of using podcasts to learn music and…

  1. Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe. Czech Republic 2007/08

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    Lajdova, Andrea; Slavik, Jan

    2008-01-01

    This paper focuses on Czech Republic's arts and cultural education. The decisions related to cultural and creative dimension of education are made at the central level, by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. The Ministry is responsible for the development of the Framework Educational Programme for Basic Education (FEP BE). One of the aims…

  2. Infusing Arts-Integrated Learning into Preservice Teacher Education

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    Lorimer, Maureen Reilly

    2012-01-01

    Although strong arguments espousing the accolades of arts involvement are evident, the visual and performing arts continue to be underfunded and underused in K-12 schooling and teacher preparation. Valiant efforts from arts advocates have made inroads to reverse this negative trend, yet policies and practices that reflect a commitment to "arts for…

  3. Theory and (In) Practice: The Problem of Integration in Art and Design Education

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    Rintoul, Jenny Ruth

    2014-01-01

    This paper examines the relationship between art "theory" and art "practice" in British art education at post-compulsory level, with a focus on the ways in which theory is framed and delivered and what this means for its integration. Drawing upon constructions of knowledge and approaches to integration as a technique and…

  4. Developing Preservice Primary Teachers' Confidence and Competence in Arts Education Using Principles of Authentic Learning

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    Russell-Bowie, Deirdre E.

    2012-01-01

    Arts education research over the years has highlighted the situation of non-specialist preservice primary arts teachers as having little confidence in their own artistic ability and their ability to teach the arts to children. Added to this, problems such a lack of resources, confidence, priority, time, knowledge and experience appear to inhibit…

  5. Keeping up with Our Students: The Evolution of Technology and Standards in Art Education

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    Patton, Ryan M.; Buffington, Melanie L.

    2016-01-01

    This article addresses the standards of technology in the visual arts, arguing the standards function as de facto policy, the guidelines that shape what teachers teach. In this study, we investigate how art education standards approach technology as a teaching tool and artmaking medium, analyzing the current National Visual Arts Standards, the…

  6. An Interdisciplinary Approach for Understanding Artworks: The Role of Music in Visual Arts Education

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    Pavlou, Victoria; Athansiou, Georgina

    2014-01-01

    In a world that is becoming increasingly more visual, there is a greater need to educate children to better understand images. A school subject that deals directly with image understanding is visual arts. This article discusses an interdisciplinary approach to promote art understanding, within a multimodal environment that combines art and music.…

  7. Connecting Social Work and Activism in the Arts through Continuing Professional Education

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    Rawdon, Kathryn; Moxley, David

    2016-01-01

    The authors place a continuing education conference devoted to linking the arts, social practice, and social work within the context of a movement to advance arts activism. They illustrate how social workers, artists, and community arts activists can collaborate in building public awareness about serious social issues, creating alternative…

  8. Trends in Vocational Education in the Arts 1980. Fast Response Survey System.

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    Wright, Douglas A.; Farris, Elizabeth

    A study examined the nature and extent of vocational arts education programs throughout the 50 states. During the study, data were sought concerning those programs designed to prepare students for occupations in 14 arts areas: dance; vocal music; instrumental music; theater; radio, television, and video; cinematography; photography; graphic arts;…

  9. Public Art Education in Brunei Darussalam: The Cultural Language of Community Murals

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    Ho, Kong

    2014-01-01

    Two mural projects in Brunei offer insight into the specific and universal aspects of public art education and community art making. This article describes how the author used his initiative and experience as a muralist to plan and implement two community art research projects in Bandar Seri Begwan, the capital of Brunei Darussalam. A premise of…

  10. Curriculum Integration in Arts Education: Connecting Multiple Art Forms through the Idea of "Space"

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    Bautista, Alfredo; Tan, Liang See; Ponnusamy, Letchmi Devi; Yau, Xenia

    2016-01-01

    Arts integration research has focused on documenting how the teaching of specific art forms can be integrated with "core" academic subject matters (e.g. science, mathematics and literacy). However, the question of how the teaching of multiple art forms themselves can be integrated in schools remains to be explored by educational…

  11. Communities of Practice in Art and Design and Museum and Gallery Education

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    Herne, Steve

    2006-01-01

    This article draws on a wider body of research that explores whether art and design teachers (art teachers) and museum and gallery educators (gallery educators) hold conflicting conceptions of "critical and contextual studies". The data analysis focuses on what interviewees said about each other in relation to crossing boundaries between…

  12. Drawing (Past, Present, and Future) Together: A (Graphic) Look at the Reconceptualization of Art Education

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    Carpenter, B. Stephen, II; Tavin, Kevin M.

    2010-01-01

    In this graphic representation, two characters/caricatures discuss, contemplate, and fantasize the history of the field of art education, its current state, and future manifestations. The conversation is illustrated around the possible reconceptualization of art education. Through text and visual metaphors, the philosophical beliefs, theoretical…

  13. The Classroom Practice of Creative Arts Education in NSW Primary Schools: A Descriptive Account

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    Power, Bianca; Klopper, Christopher

    2011-01-01

    This article documents the current classroom practice of creative arts education of respondent classroom teachers in the New South Wales Greater Western Region, Australia. The study provides a descriptive account of classroom practice in creative arts education through the employment of a quantitative methodology. A questionnaire was designed and…

  14. Rehabilitation through the Arts: Impact on Participants' Engagement in Educational Programs

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    Halperin, Ronnie; Kessler, Suzanne; Braunschweiger, Dana

    2012-01-01

    Educational achievement has been shown to be negatively correlated with recidivism among those released from prison (Nuttall, Hollmen, and Staley, 2003). The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of a prison art rehabilitation program, Rehabilitation Through the Arts (RTA), on inmate participation in voluntary educational programs. RTA…

  15. Engaging the Pink Elephant in the Room: Investigating Race and Racism through Art Education

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    Lee, Najuana P.

    2013-01-01

    This mixed-methods practitioner inquiry aimed to facilitate transformative learning of individuals' racial attitudes. The focus of this research was to investigate what influence participating in a semester-long social justice art education studio course may have on preservice and practicing art educators' implicit (unconscious) and…

  16. Co-Constructing Imaginative Spaces: Public Art in Pre-Service Teacher Education

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    Hirsch, Miriam

    2012-01-01

    This documentary account explores the potential of public art pedagogy to co-construct imaginative spaces in pre-service teacher education. Based upon a collaborative venture between two professors and an arts-based educational organization, the present article describes and analyzes key features and relations that were influential in transforming…

  17. Connecting Creativity Research and Practice in Art Education: Foundations, Pedagogies, and Contemporary Issues

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    Bastos, Flávia, Ed.; Zimmerman, Enid, Ed.

    2015-01-01

    In three broad sections--Foundations, Pedagogies, and Contemporary Issues--the editors and chapter authors of "Connecting Creativity Research and Practice in Art Education" articulate the significance of reconsidering creativity as a crucial dimension of art education research and practice today. This book represents a groundbreaking…

  18. ReMapping the City: Palimpsest, Place, and Identity in Art Education Research

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    Powell, Kimberly A.

    2008-01-01

    The built environment has a long history of study within the field of art education as the site of material and visual culture that is reflective of, and constructed by, cultural values, traditions, and norms. As our understanding of place is challenged by postmodern theories of culture and identity, art education research and curriculum must…

  19. Human Praxis: A New Basic Assumption for Art Educators of the Future.

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    Hodder, Geoffrey S.

    1980-01-01

    After analyzing Vincent Lanier's five characteristic roles of art education, the article briefly explains the pedagogy of Paulo Freire, based on human praxis, and applies it to the existing "oppresive" art education system. The article reduces Lanier's roles to resemble a single Freirean model. (SB)

  20. 75 FR 2523 - Office of Innovation and Improvement; Overview Information; Arts in Education Model Development...

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    2010-01-15

    ... Office of Innovation and Improvement; Overview Information; Arts in Education Model Development and...-based arts education into the core elementary and middle school curriculum; (2) strengthen standards... program, published in the Federal Register on March 30, 2005 (70 FR 16234). For FY 2010 and any...

  1. Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe. Iceland 2007/08

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    Arnason, Gunnar J.; Hardardottir, Margret

    2008-01-01

    This paper focuses on Iceland's arts and cultural education. The objective of arts education is to develop creativity, strengthen self-identity, and increase cultural understanding. It aims at a balance between, creation, expression and interpretation, on the one hand, and perception, discernment and evaluation, on the other. In accordance with…

  2. The Impact of the Arts on Traveller Education; an Exploratory Study

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    Fagan, Bernadette, [Thesis

    2013-01-01

    The aim of this study was to explore the impact that the Arts, (that is the study of visual art, drama, music, dance, creative writing, film and video expression), have on the educational process within Irish Traveller Educational Centres whose students are widely recognised as the most highly marginalised group within Irish society (Ireland, 1995; MacGreil, 1996; Zappone, 2002). Art programmes appear to induce a ‘flow’ state, as identified by Csikszentmihalyi, that he defines as a state of o...

  3. ARTS

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    Mahadevan, Shankar; Virk, Kashif M.; Madsen, Jan

    2007-01-01

    One of the challenges of designing a heterogeneous multiprocessor SoC is to find the right partitioning of the application for the target platform architecture. The right partitioning is dependent on the characteristics of the processors and the network connecting them as well as the application....... We present an abstract system-level modelling and simulation framework (ARTS) which allows for cross-layer modelling and analysis covering the application layer, middleware layer, and hardware layer. ARTS allows MPSoC designers to explore and analyze the network performance under different traffic...... and load conditions, consequences of different task mappings to processors (software or hardware) including memory and power usage, and effects of RTOS selection, including scheduling, synchronization and resource allocation policies. We present the application and platform models of ARTS as well...

  4. The Role of Outdoor Art in Urban Environmental Education

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    Filippelli, G. M.; Kesling, M.; Ryan, T.; Fraser, J.; McDonald, F.; Rollings, A.; Miss, M.; Kanpetch, B.; Trueblood, M.

    2015-12-01

    Finding ways to engage youth in inadvertent learning about nature and the environment is challenging, particularly in urban areas where environmental literacy is profoundly limited by access to safe and representative spaces. Termed the Nature Deficit Disorder, the lack of contact and connection between people and their environment leads to a less than holistic approach to environmental management at the personal and governmental levels. One of the challenges is developing ways to engage youth in science learning not by bringing them indoors to a science museum but rather by taking the science museum outdoors. Funded by the NSF Informal Science Learning program, we launched a collaborative between scientists and artists to understand the nature and impact of environmental learning through outdoor art and science programming, called StreamLines. Launched in 2014 and now near full deployment, the program is part of a bigger initiative in Indianapolis (Reconnecting to Our Waterways) to embrace the multiple waterways that traverse the city as a valuable community and health resource. This collaborative is designed to function on multiple levels. An Artist and Scientists Roundtable engages practitioners in regular conversations supplemented by external readings to share how practitioners use concepts and tools from the "opposite" side to inform their work and scholarship. Physical installations of iconic art at individual sites reflect the environmental conditions at individual sites are designed as tools for explicit and implicit learning and exploration about the environment. Music, poetry, and dance programming developed for individual sites portray cogent characteristics of place and are meant to allow visitors to see how artists engage with and draw from the environment for inspiration. A research approach unpins all of these efforts, utilizing a set of different sample populations to explore environmental education and potential advocacy after interactions with

  5. Liberal Arts in China's Modern Universities: Lessons from the Great Catholic Educator and Statesman, Ma Xiangbo

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    Jiang, You Guo

    2012-01-01

    Ma Xiangbo was born in 1840 and became a pioneer of educational reform during the republican period. He was responsible for introducing the idea that science and humanities should be valued equally in liberal arts education, a concept that became key to the model of university education. Ma's view of education combined Western humanism and science…

  6. “I think the arts are as prominent as any subject”: A study of arts education in two Scandinavian schools

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    Catharina Christophersen

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available The arts seem to be under pressure in many educational systems, which is demonstrated by a general lack of recognition of aesthetic experience and learning, a lack of emphasis on the arts in education, and often also a lack of fully competent teachers. Despite the challenging situation facing the arts in schools in general, there are exceptions. Some schools do choose to focus on the arts. This article is based on an ethnographic double case study that explored arts education practices in two such Scandinavian schools. The purpose was to examine how education in the arts subjects was carried out in the schools, and how the actors perceived, articulated and legitimated the educational practices in the arts subjects. The case descriptions of the two schools imply that the educational leadership in the schools were of great importance. Further, that the arts are integrated as a natural part of everyday school life, and both schools have taken a holistic approach to education, in which the arts are perceived to involve and contribute to learning in the broadest sense, as well as to the pupils’ social and personal growth. Also, the case descriptions show that arts education practices were carried out in a creative, but challenging tension between frames and freedom.

  7. Relation between Art Education and Democracy from Antique Greece to the Present Day

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    Ali OZTÜRK

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Education is a set of activities that are done in order to ensure the development of knowledge, skills and abilities in human behaviours. Art emphasizes the connection between emotion and thought. Also it has an effective role in the process and development of learning. But art education is a specific process of aesthetic changes in individuals’ behaviours through their own experience. It is known that art and art education are based on very old times such as the humanity history and the reality of it’s been continuously argued from Platon up to date. Democracy which is the other concept of this research is a form of an administration whereas the art is a form of existence. While the artist exists by creating, the democracy tries to exist by will. When it’s looked from the art, certainly, the art does not have the power that brings the freedom and the truth on its own, however without art; this power cannot take a form, because the democracy cannot look at the human’s pains and beauties as sensitive as the art. Aim of this research is to discuss the relation of art education and democracy as a form of implementation and functionality from antique Greece to the present day. The method of the study is descriptive and references in literature are interpreted.

  8. Photo art creativity in the education: Light drawing

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    Acar Haci Mehmet; Kavuran Tamer

    2016-01-01

    Since the early ages, people live together with art, and create various branches of art. Painting, as one of the most important branches of art, occurs on the walls of the caves of prehistoric ages. By the nineteenth century, photography shows itself and come as a branch of art until today. Photographers have created new methods and techniques throughout history. Among these, we can say that “painting with light” is one of the techniques by which the artist can create original works of art an...

  9. "Interface: Virtual Environments in Art, Design and Education"--A Report on a Conference Exploring VLEs in Art and Design Education

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    Hanrahan, Siun, Ed.; de Pietro, Peter; Brown, Laurie Halsey; Haw, Alex; Malins, Julian; Milojevic, Michael; Raevaara, Martti; Sonvilla, Barbara; Weckman, Jan Kenneth

    2009-01-01

    Funded as part of an EU collaboration, under the Socrates/Minerva initiative, the key motivation for the Interface: Virtual Environments in Art, Design and Education Conference was a sense that, while VLEs and the use of ICT tools are a growing facet of third-level education, and indeed play an important role at the cutting edge of contemporary…

  10. Effects of Art/Design Education on Meta-Esthetics Consciousness of Fine Arts Students

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    Tataroglu, Eylem

    2015-01-01

    The objectives of the present study were to determine the consciousness and sensitivity levels of Fine Arts students about the meta-esthetics as a consumer and producer and to determine the effects of the courses they took on their meta-esthetic consciousness. The research universe was composed of fine art faculties of the foundation universities…

  11. Visual Culture as a Strategic Approach to Art Production in Education

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    Buhl, Mie

    2005-01-01

    The concept of visual culture challenges tradtitional approaches to art production in education. Art education lacks adequate concepts for understanding contemporary productive processes. The article suggests that the theoretical framework for the productive process should be reconsidered. Visual...... and mass media. This approach differentiates between and elaborates on dimensions of 'pictorial logic', 'production strategies', 'concepts thematizing' and 'reflexive positioning'....... culture as a strategic approach focuses on conditions surrounding viewing rather than on the substance of aesthetic objects A new termonology is needed for use in student and teacher dialogue. The article presents a model for teaching art production bases on a visual culture approach to visual arts...

  12. ISLAMIC ARTS MUSEUM, MALAYSIA: EDUCATIONAL TOOL FOR REVIVING ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE

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    Djamel Dilmi

    2014-01-01

    Abstract The Islamic art and architecture have played a significant role in the development of historic cities in the Muslim world; they were developed through time in response to socioeconomic and cultural needs of the society. The paper will focus on the experience of the Islamic Arts Museum in terms of its role in raising public awareness about Islamic art and architecture through its building that combines modernity and heritage in unique Islamic architectural style and educationa...

  13. Promoting Diversity in Fine Art Education the case of Fine Art at Goldsmiths

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    Haste, Polly; Hayton, Annette; Jones, Alison

    2014-01-01

    Students studying art at university in the United Kingdom tend to be female, from higher social classes and from majority ethnic groups. This paper considers some of the complex and deeply-rooted social and economic factors that militate against wider participation in the arts and describes how we started to tackle under-representation at Goldsmiths using a participatory action research approach. Working in partnership with local colleges, the project aimed to increase student diversity and w...

  14. The Arts In and Out of School: Educational Policy, Provision and Practice in Ireland Today

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    Siobhán Dowling LONG

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The debate relating to the place and value of the arts in Irish Education is one that has dominated educational policy, provision, and practice down through the history of Irish educational policy from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Indeed, interest in this topic has been re-ignited with the recent publication of two educational policy documents, one based on the arts-in-education in and out of school The Arts in Education Charter (2013, and the other on the development of children and young people’s literacy and numeracy Literacy and Numeracy For Learning and Life: The National Strategy to Improve Literacy and Numeracy among Children and Young People 2011––2020 (2011. Despite the Irish Government’s commitments to promote the arts in and out of school, this paper draws attention to the lack of any real investment in the Arts in Education Charter by the Irish Government, and the neglect of policymakers to include references to national and international educational research on the value of the arts for enhancing children’s life-long learning. Noting the pressures on primary teachers to allocate more time to the Literacy and Numeracy Strategy, it highlights the potential threat of this initiative to the primary school arts education programme. Finally, it draws attention to the notable absence of an arts education programme for the majority of senior post-primary pupils who leave school without any in-depth knowledge and appreciation of their rich cultural heritage. This is an area of grave concern, and one that has received very little, if any, attention to date.

  15. The Butcher, the Baker, and the Candlestick Maker: John Dewey’s Philosophy of Art Expe rience Saving Twenty-First-Century Art Education from Limbo

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    Jones, Anne G; Risku, Michael T.

    2015-01-01

    To satisfy the demands of society, the scholar-practitioner in today’s complex world of education must juggle various factors that are related to one another: practice, poiesis, or the creative act, culture, knowledge, and learning. These demands include adherence to education, law, politics, economics, ethics, equity, and social dynamics. The scholar-practitioner in the field of visual arts education also has the duty to validate the arts as a viable and necessary component of education, and...

  16. The Children's Peace Project: Service-Learning and Art Education

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    Taylor, Pamela G.

    2005-01-01

    This paper presents the case of a service-learning art experience in an after-school housing development program. Beginning with a dialogue concerning peace and how it can become part of their world, children and pre-service teachers explored and connected the idea of peace through symbols, metaphor and idealism in works of art. A critical and…

  17. Within Connections: Empathy, Mirror Neurons, and Art Education

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    Jeffers, Carol S.

    2009-01-01

    The capacity for empathy is important to the human community, and the art classroom provides a unique environment in which this capacity can be developed. Connections to objects of art and material culture, as forged by individual students and also shared with classmates, can be as empathic as they are meaningful. An openness to others and their…

  18. Interventionist Art Education: Contingent Communities, Social Dialogue, and Public Collaboration

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    Richardson, Jack

    2010-01-01

    Recent nontraditional forms of public art have been described as interventionist, referring to art that establishes its purpose and form through the social exchanges and altered behaviors that arise as a result of its disruption of quotidian patterns of social experience in public spaces. The form of the work is revealed through the contingent…

  19. Introducing Analog Drawing into a Prison Art Education Setting.

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    Yesh, Patrick

    A qualitative research study documents the progress of an adult male art student enrolled in a grade nine art class of adult males in a federal, maximum security penitentiary. Analog drawings were used as part of the curriculum. An analog drawing is a symbolic drawing expressing one's emotions, ideas, and feelings, often used to identify and help…

  20. Housatonic Museum of Art: Enhancing Quality of Community College Education.

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    Chernow, Burt

    1983-01-01

    Describes the Housatonic Museum of Art at Housatonic Community College in terms of its origins; purposes; collection of 20th Century painting, sculpture, and graphics; contributions to the college environment; and safeguards of the art works. Discusses funding barriers to and benefits of replicating the community college museum concept elsewhere.…

  1. Developing a research community of art and design education. Looking back at the early phase of the master’s programme in art and design education

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    Laila Belinda Fauske

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In 1976, a master’s programme in art and design education was established at two teacher-training institutions in Norway. This differed from other master’s programmes because it acknowledged the students’ creative work as part of their final thesis. Until 1973, only universities were able to offer master’s programmes. However, a new law related to teacher-training changed this: it demanded the same quality in pedagogical master’s programmes as in traditional programmes at universities. At this time, the community of art and design education had not yet developed an academic tradition of its own. This article explores the early phase of the master’s programme in art and design education with an emphasis on the challenges of including students’ creative work. It examines how creative work is described in the 1976 curriculum. Written sources and interviews form the basis for a discussion on actions taken during the early phase to develop a research community of art and design education. The concept of ‘Knowledge Building’ represents the point of departure for the discussion. The article sheds light upon the co-operation between universities and related art and design communities in the Nordic countries, arguing that the community strove to develop a fruitful academic milieu that challenged former ideas about ‘best practises’.

  2. Border-Crossing Dialogues: Engaging Art Education Students in Cultural Research

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    Bastos, Flavia M. C.

    2006-01-01

    Cultural understanding is essential to contemporary art education practice, however, there is much confusion about the various lenses through which one should consider the intersection between culture and education. Davenport (2000) distinguishes among four approaches to culture and education that include international-comparative, global,…

  3. The Arts in and out of School: Educational Policy, Provision and Practice in Ireland Today

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    Long, Siobhán Dowling

    2015-01-01

    The debate relating to the place and value of the arts in Irish Education is one that has dominated educational policy, provision, and practice down through the history of Irish educational policy from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Indeed, interest in this topic has been re-ignited with the recent publication of two educational…

  4. Contemporary Literacies and Technologies in English Language Arts Teacher Education: Shift Happens!

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    George, Marshall; Pope, Carol; Reid, Louann

    2015-01-01

    Three leaders of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Conference on English Education (CEE) reflect on the changes that have occurred in English language arts teacher education in the past 15 years since the first edition of "Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education" ("CITE Journal") was published.…

  5. Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe. Malta 2007/08

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    Micallef, Sina Farrugia

    2008-01-01

    This paper focuses on Malta's arts and cultural education. The Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport is responsible for setting the aims for cultural and creative dimensions of education. It is the duty of the state to ensure the existence of a system of schools and institutions accessible to all Maltese citizens catering for the full…

  6. Evidence or Advocacy. Visual Arts Education in Denmark

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    Buhl, Mie

    2016-01-01

    for visual arts reflect a development that creates a paradox between the core of visual arts (to express impressions to achieve knowledge about the world) and the demand for a cognitive learning outcome. IT and media, innovation, and entrepreneurship are now implemented in school subjects in which students...... are taught that their visual expression should be useful to others. At the same time, the reform sets up learning objectives connected to technical skills for visual idioms such as painting, drawing, and sculpture. This gives rise to the question: Are we witnessing the vanishing of a former school subject...... in favor of a new hybrid of entrepreneurship, technology, and painting? Or has the Danish school system reached an evolutionary phase where visual arts and culture are a learning matter outside the school system performed by artists instead of art teachers and leave art teachers in charge of technical...

  7. The Arts in Education as Police Technologies: Governing the Child's Soul

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    Martins, Catarina Silva

    2013-01-01

    The paper aims to provide a platform for thinking about the presence of the arts in education at the present as a practice of governing. Through an analysis of the incorporation of the arts in the school curriculum we can see how this was a subject able to promote a political subjectivation of each child as citizen of the future. I focus on the…

  8. Turkish-Ottoman Miniature Art within the Context of Electronic Information Design Education

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    Ozcan, Oguzhan

    2005-01-01

    The article firstly examines the techniques of miniature art, and attempts to identify those which can serve as an inspiration for artistic aspects of today's information design in the electronic environment. It also brings forward the idea whether miniature art could be used in our existing new media education models and finally answers the…

  9. Learning from Seneca: A Stoic Perspective on the Art of Living and Education

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    Groenendijk, Leendert F.; de Ruyter, Doret J.

    2009-01-01

    There is an increasing interest in publications about the sources of meaning in life; books about the art of living are immensely popular. This article discusses whether one of the ancient predecessors of current "art of living" theories, the Stoa and more particularly Seneca, can be of interest to educators today. Seneca's explicit writings on…

  10. Psychologizing and the Anti-Psychologist: Dewey, Lacan, and Contemporary Art Education

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    Thomas, Beth A.

    2012-01-01

    Art education throughout the 20th and into the 21st century has drawn on both psychology and psychoanalysis to support approaches to teaching and learning in the arts. This article examines the concept of "psychologizing" as it appears in the writing of psychologist/philosopher John Dewey (1859-1952) and psychiatrist/psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan…

  11. Discussing Art and Design Education: Themes from Interviews with UK Design Stakeholders

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    Micklethwaite, Paul

    2005-01-01

    This article presents discussion of art and design education in interviews conducted with 31 UK design stakeholders. To provide a coherent path through the data, quotes from interviewees are presented under the following themes: Choosing art and design; A natural talent for designing?; Developing the designer; Personal development. The author…

  12. Relief in Mosaics (Tentative Course Outline). Art Education: 6683.24

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    Dubocq, Edward R.

    The Quinmester Visual Arts Education Curriculum, of which this is one course, is described in SO 007 721. Mosaic art is to be mastered through use of this guide in terms of its history, artists, tools, techniques, and applicability to individual expression. Course content is divided into three time periods. Course procedures and learning…

  13. Art History in Education: Students and Teachers Bridging Artworlds and Lifeworlds.

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    McKeon, Penny

    1994-01-01

    Examines the work of Jurgen Habermas and Arthur Danto and develops a conceptual structure that views art education as an interpretive and reflective network that bridges school and life experiences. Contends that visual arts contribute to the development of reflective capacities. (CFR)

  14. 'TAD292--Art and Environment' and its Challenge to Educational Technology

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    Duchastel, Philippe C.

    1976-01-01

    The author describes a non-traditional art course offered by the British Open University. The aims of the course are more affective than cognitive, and this led the course developers to modify the educational technology approach to its design.

  15. Discipline and teaching of art education in the five grades of primary school

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    Šuštar, Anja

    2012-01-01

    The undergraduate thesis examines the occurrence of inappropriate behavior in a classroom and identifies student discipline in art education and its impact on execution of classes. The theoretical part presents the definition of discipline and its types, classroom management, misconduct, teacher's discipline approach, the impact of family education and the course of art classes. The practical part describes two school lessons with preparation and their analysis. Each lesson is analyze...

  16. Hybrid Creatures: Mapping the emerging shape of art therapy education in Australia (Conference Presentation)

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    Westwood, Jill

    2011-01-01

    World Dreaming: World Congress of Psychotherapy 2011 24-28 August, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour, Australia ABSTRACT Hybrid Creatures: Mapping the emerging shape of art therapy education in Australia Dr Jill Westwood PhD University of Western Sydney & Goldsmiths College, University of London This presentation is the culmination of a PhD research project that provides the first organized view of art therapy education in Australia. Inspired by...

  17. Normative Aesthetics: The Ideal Audience and Art Education

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    Sunaryono Basuki Ks

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available Reader-Response Criticism proposes a new way of looking at literary text. One of the writers of this criticism discusses about 'literary competence' which entails the idea of 'ideal reader'. The writer proposes the idea of 'ideal audience' to work with fields of art other than literature. In an attempt to give the proper appreciation of art, norms are required, and norms in art can be arrived at using the concept of 'ideal audience'. It is a fact that norms are normally contextual, not universal, and change according to the change in the concept of art creation. Then the question is why take the trouble of forming norms if they keep changing?

  18. Preparatory Knowledge: A Hub in Teacher Education in Arts and Crafts

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    Marte Sørebø Gulliksen

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Concurrent teacher education involves a double challenge: the students learn one (or more subjects while they learn to teach those subjects. In Arts and Crafts, this debate often contains questions of how teacher-students, taking short courses on a subject, can acquire enough academic depth in the different areas of the subject. The first part of the article presents earlier research on Arts and Crafts and the concept of ‘pedagogical content knowledge’, understood as a re-negotiation of subject content knowledge and pedagogical knowledge (Shulman. The qualification width (the number of areas and inner tension (between the areas in the subject of Arts and Crafts is discussed, ending with the conclusion that a reduction of qualification width will not lead to reduced tension or complexity in teacher education within the subject. The second part of the article proposes the concept of ‘preparatory knowledge’ as an alternative way to manage complexity in teacher education in Arts and Crafts: as a possible basic principle for choosing content and methods. The discussion is linked to the broader educational question of how teacher education in Arts and Crafts can best equip students for a long life as professional practitioners in an unknown future. The article proposes that preparatory knowledge can be understood as a hub in a principle of lifelong learning for teachers in Arts and Crafts, and thus as an overarching goal of teacher education in general.

  19. The Development of Psycho-Didactic Skills within Special Art Education Projects

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    Stadlerová Hana

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The paper presents the possibilities of developing the psychodidactic skills of students participating in a new pedagogical practicum conducted by the Department of Art of Masaryk University in Brno. Special art education (SAE, a program primarily designed for sociallydisadvantaged clients, imposes specific requirements on leading art activities. The students became part of a qualitative research program, which was implemented from 2010 to 2013 and which helped to articulate which psycho-didactic skills each student already had; this was accomplished through the implementation of specific art activities with clients from five participating institutions. The paper presents a part of the results of the research.

  20. Exceptional Child Education in Alabama: The State of the Art.

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    Frith, Greg

    The monograph describes the progress that has been made in exceptional child education in Alabama during the last decade and addresses needed areas of improvement. Brief sections focus on the following items: financing special education programs, instructional programing in local education agencies, individualized education plans, diagnosis of…

  1. Rethinking Relevance in Art Education: Paradigm Shifts and Policy Problematics in the Wake of the Information Age

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    Rolling, James Haywood, Jr.

    2008-01-01

    This article addresses the advocacy of organizations like the National Art Education Association who seek greater legislative support, funding and time allocations to be devoted to arts instruction and the development of arts practices in the arena of public education. The author argues the timeliness of a reconceived paradigm for understanding…

  2. ART THERAPY AS A STRATEGY FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION AND EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS

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    David López Ruiz

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Changes in the rhythm of life of people and the constant sense of anxiety or stress produced by a society that really know, can sometimes cause a vacuum that does not always know to give a clear and comfortable response. In certain cases, it is more usual to see people defend themselves from the society around them to enjoy herself. So, life in society "tries to explain how we perceive, learn, remember, solve problems, communicate, feel and relate to other people, from birth to death, in private and in groups" (Morris & Maisto 2005: 4. Working from art and use it as a tool for self-expression through their media, manages a wide range of possibilities are for educational contexts, an open window of possibilities able to achieve greater social cohesion and progress in education.

  3. Alternative theoretical and methodological approaches for exploring higher education in Art and Crafts

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    Marte Sørebø Gulliksen

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available This article presents and discusses approaches for exploring higher education in Art and Crafts. The concepts exploring versus research and the different foci in an insider perspective versus an outsider perspective introduces the theme. An insider perspective is said to be a useful starting point for inquiry, referring to Frayling’s trichotomy research into, research on and research through from 1993. The field of higher education in Art and Crafts education is shortly presented as comprising two main areas of knowledge: knowledge of education, and knowledge about the different subject areas within Art and Crafts. Both theory and practice are a part of these areas of knowledge. As higher education in Art and Crafts is a making profession, the most prominent challenge when exploring this today is thus said to be to develop research based knowledge on Education in Art and Crafts as a making discipline.  Two keywords are deemed to be useful in approaching this theme: Mode 2 knowledge production and transdisciplinarity. The article concludes with describing specific ways of doing this today from within the context of application. Two examples of large research projects in Scandinavia are presented as examples of such projects.

  4. STEM and Technology Education: International State-of-the-Art

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    Ritz, John M.; Fan, Szu-Chun

    2015-01-01

    This paper reports the perceptions of 20 international technology education scholars on their country's involvement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. Survey research was used to obtain data. It was found that the concept of STEM education is being discussed differently by nations. Some consider STEM education…

  5. Using Photographs to Integrate Liberal Arts Learning in Business Education

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    Madden, Laura T.; Smith, Anne D.

    2015-01-01

    The inclusion of photographic approaches in the business classroom can incorporate missing elements of liberal education into business education, which were highlighted in a recent Carnegie study of undergraduate business education. Building on photographic methods in social science research, we identify three categories of photographic approaches…

  6. Another Look at Holistic Art Education: Exploring the Legacy of Henry Schaefer-Simmern

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    Gradle, Sally Armstrong

    2009-01-01

    In his forward to "Curriculum in Abundance" (2006), curriculum theorist William Pinar suggests that education should offer opportunities for "self-formation" which include the cultivation of our capacity to surrender, begin again, and dwell in possibility. This paper examines the theory and art education practices of a forgotten and often…

  7. Neoliberal Universities and the Education of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Bangladesh

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    Anwaruddin, Rdar M.

    2013-01-01

    In this article, the author explores the neoliberal impacts on higher education in Bangladesh, how market-driven policies might limit the education of arts, humanities and social sciences, and whether or not this phenomenon may have consequences for the future of democracy in the country. First, the author focuses on the privatisation of higher…

  8. Art, Media and Design Research and Practice: Views of Educators in a "New" Australian University

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    Melles, Gavin

    2011-01-01

    During the late 1980s and early 1990s further and higher education in the UK and Australia underwent restructuring, bringing institutional mergers and the transformation of institutes of technology and colleges of education into "new" universities. Vocational fields, including the creative arts and industries of design and film, came into the…

  9. Cooperative Education at the University of Iowa: The Evolution of a Comprehensive Liberal Arts Program.

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    Wyatt, Kathie J.; McGee, Eugenia Twitty

    1985-01-01

    Details the process used to evolve a significant comprehensive liberal arts program at The University of Iowa. The process included four evolutionary stages: reassessing cooperative education, reappraising the University and its changing needs, building consensus among faculty and the administration, and integrating cooperative education into the…

  10. A Dialectic of Disinterested and Immersive Aesthetics: Santiniketan Art Education and Labour Translated

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    Gall, David A.

    2015-01-01

    This article argues for art education's potential to transform mundane work, mindful of the steep challenges of the aesthetic and mundane dialectic. Those challenges, magnified in the context of capitalism and industrialism, confronted twentieth-century Indian artist educators Rabindranath Tagore and Nandalal Bose, but also confront…

  11. Enhancing the Relevance and Value of Marketing Curriculum Outcomes to a Liberal Arts Education

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    Petkus, Ed, Jr.

    2007-01-01

    Could marketing coursework be part of the general education requirements for all college students? This article describes the ways in which the professional school marketing curriculum model (Schibrowsky, Peltier, & Boyt, 2002) can complement and enhance liberal arts education outcomes. First, the general relationship between liberal arts…

  12. Contemporary Adult Education Philosophies and Practices in Art Galleries and Museums in Canada and the UK

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    Clover, Darlene E.; Bell, Lorraine

    2013-01-01

    Public art galleries and museums have been mandated to become more relevant and useful to the lived experiences of the broad communities they claim to serve. Adult education has long been part of the work of these institutions, although historically the relationship has been uneasy, and they seldom feature in the adult education literature. To…

  13. Music Teacher Education at a Liberal Arts College: Perspectives across Campus

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    Edgar, Scott N.

    2016-01-01

    In 2012, a committee at a small Midwestern liberal arts college, Lake Forest College, embarked on a journey to create a music education teacher licensure major. Drawing from narrative inquiry, this article reports how the dean of faculty, education department chair, music department chair, and assistant professor of music/music education…

  14. An Interactive Approach to Learning and Teaching in Visual Arts Education

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    Zlata Tomljenović

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available The present research focuses on modernising the approach to learning and teaching the visual arts in teaching practice, as well as examining the performance of an interactive approach to learning and teaching in visual arts classes with the use of a combination of general and specific (visual arts teaching methods. The study uses quantitative analysis of data on the basis of results obtained from a pedagogical experiment. The subjects of the research were 285 second- and fourth-grade students from four primary schools in the city of Rijeka, Croatia. Paintings made by the students in the initial and final stage of the pedagogical experiment were evaluated. The research results confirmed the hypotheses about the positive effect of interactive approaches to learning and teaching on the following variables: (1 knowledge and understanding of visual arts terms, (2 abilities and skills in the use of art materials and techniques within the framework of planned painting tasks, and (3 creativity in solving visual arts problems. The research results can help shape an optimised model for the planning and performance of visual arts education, and provide guidelines for planning professional development and the further professional education of teachers, with the aim of establishing more efficient learning and teaching of the visual arts in primary school.

  15. A Visual Culture Art Education Curriculum for Early Childhood Teacher Education: Re-Constructing the Family Album

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    Trafi, Laura

    2008-01-01

    This article reflects on the reading and writing of an art education curriculum for teacher education centred on the biographical and social reconstruction of childhood. The foundations of this curriculum interconnect ideas from different fields like postmodern childhood studies, visual studies, and the performance of subjectivity and memory. This…

  16. On Empathy: The Mirror Neuron System and Art Education

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    Jeffers, Carol S.

    2009-01-01

    This paper re/considers empathy and its implications for learning in the art classroom, particularly in light of relevant neuroscientific investigations of the mirror neuron system recently discovered in the human brain. These investigations reinterpret the meaning of perception, resonance, and connection, and point to the fundamental importance…

  17. Goethe's "Metamorphosis of the Plants" and the Art of Education.

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    Cottrell, Alan P.

    1982-01-01

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's views on children, adults, and nature complement and redeem the one-sided attitude of our present-day habits of thought. Goethe's writings about natural history and the relationship between the individual and society illustrate how teaching can be less a branch of technology than an art. (PP)

  18. Art Education in a Jail Setting: A Personal Perspective.

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    Congdon, Kristin G.

    1984-01-01

    Teaching art to female prisoners at the Milwaukee (Wisconsin) County Jail gave them a new method of communicating with each other and with the outside world. Despite the difficulties of working within a maximum security prison, there was an atmosphere of sharing among the inmates and between teacher and students. (IS)

  19. Not a Dirty Word: Arts Entrepreneurship and Higher Education

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    Bridgstock, Ruth

    2013-01-01

    While the majority of creative, performing and literary artists are self-employed, relatively few tertiary arts schools attempt to develop capabilities for venture creation and management (and entrepreneurship more broadly) and still fewer do so effectively. This article asks why this is the case. It addresses underlying conceptual and…

  20. Widening Participation Creatively: Creative Arts Education for Social Inclusion

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    Felton, Emma; Vichie, Krystle; Moore, Eloise

    2016-01-01

    University participation among students from low socio-economic backgrounds in Australia is low and nationwide strategies are in place to help bridge the gap. This article presents a preliminary evaluation of a creative arts-based outreach program to raise awareness and aspiration for university study among students from low-income backgrounds.…

  1. The Arts in Two Societies: Some Implications for Student Education.

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    Schisgall, Jane

    1983-01-01

    Under Hitler, art and drama were controlled in order to serve propaganda purposes exclusively, while under the New Deal the United States succeeded in giving work to artists and writers without controlling their output. Suggests class activities to help students gain understanding of this era. (CS)

  2. The Challenge of New Colorblind Racism in Art Education

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    Desai, Dipti

    2010-01-01

    In this article, the author examines the ways the colorblind ideology shapes the post-Civil Rights society, what is now being called the new racism. She looks specifically at the ways colorblind ideology is produced and reinforced through multiculturalism and visual culture (media). She then looks at how it shapes art teachers' understanding of…

  3. Visual events and the friendly eye: modes of educating vision in new educational settings in Danish art galleries

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    Illeris, Helene

    2009-01-01

    as visual events, and it discusses how ‘the desiring eye' of some constructivist approaches, along with traditional practices of looking, have contributed to the formation of the modern, autonomous individual. The second part of the article analyses two cases from Danish art galleries and, inspired by Mieke......  New, experimental educational settings such as ‘art laboratories', ‘digital workshops' and ‘theme-based tours' are important to the processes of change towards more inclusive practices, which have been initiated in many Danish art galleries. While traditional gallery education was constructed...... in order to stimulate the ‘disciplined eye' or the ‘aesthetic eye' of the visitors, this article aims to discuss the practices of looking encouraged by contemporary and experimental educational projects. The first part of the article develops a theoretical perspective on educational settings conceived...

  4. Value and Significance of Popular Art Education:Taking Dance Art Education as an Example%浅论普及艺术教育的价值和意义--以舞蹈艺术教育为例

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    闫贝妮; 李红菊

    2014-01-01

    通过对艺术教育的简单分析,并以舞蹈艺术教育为例,从三个方面分别讨论舞蹈艺术教育普及的作用。%Based on the simple analysis of art education, and take dance art education as an example, the teacher discusses respectively the role of dance art education popularization from three aspects.

  5. MOOCS in Higher Education – State of the Art Review

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    Petkovska, Bisera; Delipetrev, Blagoj; Zdravev, Zoran

    2014-01-01

    This paper discusses a new trend in education, so -called Massive Open Online Courses - MOOCs and their implementation in higher education. MOOC courses are designed for an unlimited number of users, they are usually free and they are available exclusively online. MOOCs arise from so-called OER movement, i.e. the movement of open educational resources promoted on the UNESCO Forum in 2002. The application of these courses is differentiated in two types: cMOOCs and xMOOC...

  6. A Comparative Analysis of the Colour Subject between Canada Saskatchewan State and Visual Arts Education Curriculum in Turkey

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    Dabancal, Meral Per

    2015-01-01

    A deeper analysis of the art education curriculums applied in developed countries and treating specific subjects within these curriculums holds vital importance in allowing the production of alternative solution methods by providing the educators multiple perspectives in the face of problems concerning art education. In present paper colour…

  7. An education in complexity: The role of contemporary art music

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    Raffaele Pozzi

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper provides some thoughts on the role of contemporary art music in the pedagogy of complexity. Today, theories of complexity are an area of thought that is largely established in the humanities and social sciences. They emphasize the importance of notions such as discontinuity, contradiction, non-linearity, multiplicity, randomness, and chaos in natural and cultural phenomena. The French epistemologist Edgar Morin, in a series of recent publications, has developed a pedagogy based on the theory of complexity. Contemporary art music contains a large repertoire of works, on which to build a pedagogy and didactics of complexity in music. The paper gives an example of use and didactic transposition of a piece, B.A.C.H. for solo piano (1970, by Italian composer Aldo Clementi.

  8. The Nation's Report Card: Arts 2008--Music & Visual Arts. National Assessment of Educational Progress at Grade 8. NCES 2009-488

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    Keiper, S.; Sandene, B. A.; Persky, H. R.; Kuang, M.

    2009-01-01

    This report presents the results of the 2008 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in the arts, which was given to a nationally representative sample of 7,900 eighth-grade public and private school students. Approximately one-half of these students were assessed in music, and the other half were assessed in visual arts. The Music…

  9. The Effect of Creative Drama on Pre-Service Elementary Teachers' Achievement in Art Education Course and Interest in Art

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    Oguz, Aysegul; Sahin, Ali E.

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of the creative drama method on pre-service elementary teachers' achievement in art education courses and interest in art. The study made use of the experimental pattern with pre- and post-test control groups. Data were collected, analyzed, and interpreted according to the mixed method…

  10. Arts and Learning Research, 1999-2000. The Journal of the Arts and Learning Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association (Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 1999).

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    Bresler, Liora, Ed.; Ellis, Nancy C., Ed.

    2000-01-01

    This volume contains papers which encompass visual arts, drama, music, literature, and poetry education, creating a space for scholars from diverse intellectual traditions. Following editorial notes and a message from the Arts and Learning Special Interest Group Chair, David Betts, are the papers of part 1, The Interconnectedness of Issues across…

  11. Aesthetic Education of Primary School Pupils as an Integral Part of the National System of Continuous Art Education in Japan

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    Kuchai Tetiana

    2014-01-01

    The article examines aesthetic education of primary school pupils as an integral part of the national system of continuous art education in Japan. One of the most important traditional means of aesthetic education in Japan, according to L. Tsaryova is considered nature. Analysis of the scientific literature by domestic and foreign scientists suggests that instead of collective worship the Japanese established habits that help people develop artistic taste. Having considered the traditions of:...

  12. From Art as Stained Glass to Art as Mirror: Addressing a Holistic View of Education

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    Matsunobu, Koji

    2013-01-01

    This article describes how the author, Koji Matsunobu, a musician and teacher of the piano in Japan, was introduced to the concept of bimusicality in ethnomusicology. Akin to second language acquisition, bimusicality refers to the mastery of a musical idiom other than that associated with one's own culture. Applied in music education, it…

  13. Do Human Arts Really Offer a Lower Return to Education?

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    Dalgaard, Carl-Johan Lars; Sørensen, Anders; Schultz, Esben

    of women in their high school. Conditional on high school fixed effects, these  characteristics are unlikely to affect post-university wages and are plausible instruments for the  educational choice. Our 2SLS estimates reveal that the gap in returns to education is negligible, implying that the wage gap...

  14. Intercultural Identities: Addressing the Global Dimension through Art Education

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    Bianchi, June

    2011-01-01

    Recent educational policy and practice have established an extended role for all subjects in addressing children and young peoples' academic and interpersonal development, with strategies facilitating key skills and wider learning across areas of Citizenship and Personal, Social and Health education providing an integrated approach to education…

  15. Jacques Ranciere, Education, and the Art of Citizenship

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    Means, Alex

    2011-01-01

    This article is part of a broader effort recently undertaken by educational theorists to verify the implications of Jacques Ranciere's work for the field of educational studies. Rather than attempting to fashion productive linkages between Ranciere and other critical pedagogues, to render a "new logic of emancipation," or explore the political…

  16. Using Art to Enhance the Learning of Math and Science: Developing an Educational Art-Science Kit about Fractal Patterns in Nature

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    Rao, Deepa

    This study documents the development of an educational art-science kit about natural fractals, whose aim is to unite artistic and scientific inquiry in the informal learning of science and math. Throughout this research, I argue that having an arts-integrated approach can enhance the learner of science and math concepts. A guiding metaphor in this thesis is the Enlightenment-era cabinet of curiosities that represents a time when art and science were unified in the process of inquiry about the natural world. Over time, increased specialization in the practice of arts and science led to a growing divergence between the disciplines in the educational system. Recently, initiatives like STEAM are underway at the national level to integrate "Arts and Design" into the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) formal education agenda. Learning artifacts like science kits present an opportunity to unite artistic and scientific inquiry in informal settings. Although science kits have been introduced to promote informal learning, presently, many science kits have a gap in their design, whereby the activities consist of recipe-like instructions that do not encourage further inquiry-based learning. In the spirit of the cabinet of curiosities, this study seeks to unify visual arts and science in the process of inquiry. Drawing from educational theories of Dewey, Piaget, and Papert, I developed a novel, prototype "art-science kit" that promotes experiential, hands-on, and active learning, and encourages inquiry, exploration, creativity, and reflection through a series of art-based activities to help users learn science and math concepts. In this study, I provide an overview of the design and development process of the arts-based educational activities. Furthermore, I present the results of a pilot usability study (n=10) conducted to receive user feedback on the designed materials for use in improving future iterations of the art-science fractal kit. The fractal kit

  17. Art and science education collaboration in a secondary teacher preparation programme

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    Medina-Jerez, William; Dambekalns, Lydia; Middleton, Kyndra V.

    2012-07-01

    Background and purpose: The purpose of this study was to record and measure the level of involvement and appreciation that prospective teachers in art and science education programmes demonstrated during a four-session integrated activity. Art and science education prospective teachers from a Rocky Mountain region university in the US worked in partnership to produce a science-related art piece using a silk batik painting technique. This project incorporated the use of two hands-on activities (a sampler and a final piece). In addition, pre- and post-activity surveys helped researchers investigate whether an integrated activity led to changes in attitudes towards collaborative instruction among students from art and science education. A practical implication of these results could guide students' teaching assignments and professional careers. Sample: This project involved the participation of 34 prospective teachers enrolled in secondary art and science education pedagogical content courses at a public university in the Rocky Mountain region of the United States. Design and method: Prospective teachers in art and science education programmes worked together in a four-session integrated activity for three consecutive years. Participants were tasked with the design of art pieces addressing a core concept from the secondary school science curriculum using the batik painting technique. This project included two hands-on activities (a sampler and a final piece). In addition, they responded to pre- and post-activity surveys. Results: Overall, the data show significant variation at pre- and post-survey, indicating that students had more knowledge after the study than before regarding the integration of art and science in the secondary school curriculum. The mean of interdisciplinary teaching ratings increased on all four target survey items according to the 10-point rating scale. Based on the results, the integrated art and science instructional approach significantly

  18. Analyzing Mass Media through Video Art Education: Popular Pedagogy and Social Critique in the Work of Candice Breitz

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    Spont, Marya

    2010-01-01

    This article begins with the premise that art education should engage with forms of popular visual culture in the art classroom so that students can better understand, evaluate, and critique the world around them. The researcher argues that studying video art with students offers a valuable approach to critiquing film and television, among other…

  19. Educational Change Process at an Elementary School of the Arts

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    María Teresa Muñoz Quezada

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available This article presents a qualitative research conducted at a municipal school in the South of Chile. The education change process at said institution is described and interpreted based on the growth and stability of the school, product of the new and definitive infrastructure acquisition. Results show how directors, professors, representatives and students live the process differently. The fear for reconstructing a new identity, the desire for recovering the school’s ethos as well as professors, representatives, new and older student’s conflicts were observed, apart from the search for the conciliation between the modern world demands and the educational project.

  20. Philosophy, Art or Pedagogy? How Should Children Experience Education?

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    Doddington, Christine

    2014-01-01

    There are various programmes currently advocated for ways in which children might encounter philosophy as an explicit part of their education. An analysis of these reveals the ways in which they are predicated on views of what constitutes philosophy. In the sense in which they are inquiry based, purport to encourage the pursuit of puzzlement and…

  1. Robots, Jobs, and Education. State-of-the-Art Paper.

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    Benton, Oliver; Branch, Charles W.

    The purpose of this paper is to assist those in education, government, and industry who are responsible for managing vocational and technical training in their decisions about what programs should be initiated to accommodate the growing use of robots. Section 1 describes robot characteristics (type of drive, method of teaching, lifting capacity,…

  2. Robots in Education: The Current State of the Art.

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    Lees, David; LePage, Pamela

    1996-01-01

    Describes how robots are currently being used in education as well as their future potential. Discusses limitations and effectiveness of robotics technology. Explores three ways robots are being used in the classroom: (1) to teach basic concepts; (2) to assist disabled students; and (3) as objects of study. Contains 60 references. (Author/AEF)

  3. "Playing Attention": Contemporary Aesthetics and Performing Arts Audience Education

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    Prendergast, Monica

    2004-01-01

    This essay draws on the contemporary aesthetic theories of four writers -Hans-Georg Gadamer, Paul Ricoeur, Paul Thom, and James O. Young-who represent both the continental and analytic contemporary philosophical schools of thought. Each writer offers valuable perspectives on issues in aesthetic education pertaining to a key question in my…

  4. The "Art" of Creative Teaching: Implications for Higher Education

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    Gibson, Robyn

    2010-01-01

    Richard Florida's "The rise of the creative class" (2002) delivered a strong wake-up call to higher education institutions worldwide. By linking creativity to technological innovation and economic prosperity, Florida argued that universities and colleges should nurture creativity in their students. But for many years, the higher education…

  5. Rethinking Children: Power, Pedagogy, and Contemporary Art Education Practices

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    Ivashkevich, Olga

    2012-01-01

    Within the modern institution of schooling, educators portray children as lacking in knowledge and maturity and try to restrict their access to the issues that undermine this assumed innocence. Such renditions of children produce hierarchical power relationships in which children's ways of knowing are seen as what Foucault (1980) called…

  6. The convergence process of dramatic art and dance studies in the European Higher Education Area

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    María Matilde Pérez García

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available In light of the reform of Spanish higher education in order to achieve higher education European convergence, art studies face a new and twofold challenge. On the one hand, the design and structure of an organizational and operational framework is necessary to allow for the development of art studies in higher education. On the other hand, the design and implementation of curricula is required which have to be evaluated and accredited by agencies to ensure sufficient quality of education. From the analysis of this twofold challenge, the paper suggests some proposals that the administration, the schools and the staff could consider with regard to the special situation that these studies are going through in the process of European convergence.

  7. Into the Curriculum. Art: Pueblo Storyteller Figures [and] Physical Education: Games That Rely on Feet [and] Reading/Language Arts: Movie Reviews [and] Reading/Language Arts: Reader's Choice [and] Science: Float or Sink [and] Social Studies: Buildings and Designs.

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    Crane, Jean; Rains, Annette

    1996-01-01

    Presents six curriculum guides for art, physical education, reading/language arts, science, and social studies. Each guide identifies library media skills objectives; curriculum objectives; grade levels; print and nonprint resources; instructional roles; the activity; and procedures for completion, evaluation, and follow-up activities. (AEF)

  8. Multicultural Art Education in an Era of Standardized Testing: Changes in Knowledge and Skill for Art Teacher Certification in Texas

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    Kraehe, Amelia

    2010-01-01

    This article explores changes in multicultural knowledge and skill to which beginning art teachers are held accountable through standardized teacher testing in Texas. Standardized testing of preservice art teachers' knowledge and skill has been the basis of the state's certification of beginning art teachers and accreditation of art teacher…

  9. The art and science of diabetes education: a culture out of balance.

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    Anderson, Robert M; Funnell, Martha M

    2008-01-01

    In the past 20 years, behavioral science has helped create a growing body of theoretically derived, evidenced-based approaches to diabetes patient education. Health care professionals in all disciplines are being required to demonstrate that their practice is evidence based. For diabetes educators, behavioral science is the source of much of that evidence. However, effective diabetes education involves a combination of art and science. Establishing a therapeutic alliance with patients is an art. Diabetes educators must have the interpersonal skills, values, and personal traits needed to cultivate relationships with patients that are characterized by trust, respect, and acceptance. They must feel and be able to express compassion, empathy, and warmth. However, if someone outside the field were reviewing diabetes education evaluation research, they would probably conclude that diabetes educators are interchangeable cogs in a wheel. The positive impact of the therapeutic alliance is well documented in the counseling, psychotherapy, education, and nursing literature. However, evidence to support the important role of the diabetes educator's values, interpersonal skills, and ability to establish a therapeutic alliance with patients is absent from that literature. Valid and reliable measures used to document the impact of interpersonal skills counselors and teachers could be used in diabetes education with little or no adaptation. The evidence and tools exist; we now need to determine if the will exists. PMID:18267997

  10. Hearing Ancestral Voices through Creative Art--A Tool for Environmental Education for Sustainability

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    Silo, Nthalivi; Khudu-Petersen, Kelone

    2016-01-01

    The research presented in this paper draws on a study in the Kgalagari region of Botswana where participant observation workshops were conducted to illustrate the impact of using the Arts in Education approach (AiE). This approach was used through traditional storytelling in lessons on environmental issues in a rural primary school in the…

  11. Somewhere in between Touch and Vision: In Search of a Meaningful Art Education for Blind Individuals

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    Coster, Karin; Loots, Gerrit

    2004-01-01

    This article offers a theoretical framework of a meaningful art education for blind people. Existing literature focuses on the interaction between the artwork and the blind person. This text describes this aesthetic encounter which is complex due to tactile sensations, individual differences of the non-sighted viewer and specific features of the…

  12. Balancing Act: Bridging the Traditional and Technological Aspects of Culture through Art Education

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    Lawton, Pamela Harris

    2007-01-01

    This paper addresses the benefits of connecting and balancing education in the visual arts and in technology through discussion of actual examples. This balanced connection accomplishes three goals: to further advance and enhance quality of life, to cultivate humane and ethical behaviors, and to initiate global dialogue on issues that matter among…

  13. Beluga Whale at Kitty Hawk: An Arts Education Moment in Rural Alaska

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    Conarro, Ryan

    2011-01-01

    In this article, the author relates his experience working for the Department of Education as an "arts content coach" and visiting in rural Alaska's schools. He shares how he is guiding the youths in analyzing the visual elements of stage pictures so that they can create their own tableaux of important historical inventions. He asks some vital…

  14. Can Approaches to Research in Art and Design Be Beneficially Adapted for Research into Higher Education?

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    Trowler, Paul

    2013-01-01

    This paper examines the research practices in Art and Design that are distinctively different from those common in research into higher education outside those fields. It considers whether and what benefit could be derived from their adaptation by the latter. The paper also examines the factors that are conducive and obstructive to adaptive…

  15. Critical Perspectives on TEL: Art and Design Education, Theory, Communities and Space

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    Sclater, Madeleine; Lally, Vic

    2016-01-01

    This paper explores three themes, emerging from the Inter-Life project, an Art and Design education and social skills project set in a virtual world. We argue that they connect with the concerns raised by critical Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) researchers at the Alpine Rendezvous workshop entitled "TEL: the Crisis and the Response."…

  16. Career Focus: Culinary Arts--Education for a Taste of Success

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    Reese, Susan

    2004-01-01

    Career and technical education is serving up great opportunities for students in culinary arts programs across the country. According to the National Restaurant Association (NRA), it is estimated that a total of 13.5 million workers will be needed for the rapidly growing restaurant and food-service industry by the year 2014. This article provides…

  17. Places to Go: Challenges to Multicultural Art Education in a Global Economy

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    Desai, Dipti

    2005-01-01

    This article examines the relationship between globalization and postmodern multicultural art education. The questions that drive my investigation are: What is the role of postmodern multiculturalism in this current phase of globalization and what challenges does globalization pose for multiculturalism? I explore the shifts in the field of art…

  18. Potentials of Togetherness: Beyond Individualism and Community in Nordic Art Education

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    Illeris, Helene

    2013-01-01

    Historically, art education has focused mainly on individual learning processes. Today, poststructuralist theories of subjectivity and subjectivation are challenging these modernist discourses by proposing more dynamic models of multiple and instable learning selves, always in the making. In this commentary, the author turns her attention away…

  19. Concerning the Spiritual in Art and Its Education: Postmodern-Romanticism and Its Discontents

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    Jagodzinski, Jan

    2013-01-01

    This commentary addresses the holistic-spiritualistic movement in art and its education. In many respects it may be for naught, but questions should be raised in a time of ecological terrorism and climate breakdown of a dying Earth. Belief as opposed to knowledge is always a question of ideology--that is, the "imaginary relationship" of…

  20. Using Augmented Reality in Early Art Education: A Case Study in Hong Kong Kindergarten

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    Huang, Yujia; Li, Hui; Fong, Ricci

    2016-01-01

    Innovation in pedagogy by technology integration in kindergarten classroom has always been a challenge for most teachers. This design-based research aimed to explore the feasibility of using Augmented Reality (AR) technology in early art education with a focus on the gains and pains of this innovation. A case study was conducted in a typical…

  1. 76 FR 41491 - Applications for New Awards; Arts in Education National Program

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    ... Applications for New Awards; Arts in Education National Program AGENCY: Office of Innovation and Improvement... the school curriculum. Interrupted time series design means a type of quasi-experimental study (as...: July 11, 2011. James H. Shelton, III, Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and...

  2. 77 FR 5243 - Proposed Priority, Requirements, Definitions, and Selection Criteria-Arts in Education National...

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    ... (AENP) AGENCY: Office of Innovation and Improvement, Department of Education. ACTION: Notice. Catalog of...) strengthening the arts as a core academic subject in the school curriculum. High-need community means (i) a... compliance costs that might result from technological innovation or anticipated behavioral changes.'' We...

  3. ?Ffects of Using of Contemporary Art in High Education on Students Metacognitive Awareness

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    Delibaltova, Vasya

    2016-01-01

    The aim of this study was to determine the effects of the use of contemporary art in High Education on Students' Metacognitive Awareness from students' point of view after their involvement in specially designed activities. The learning context was created under the main thesis that metacognitive development can be supported by the creation of…

  4. Pivotal Strategies for the Educational Leader: The Importance of Sun Tzu's "Art of War"

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    Wong, Ovid

    2008-01-01

    Public education has been criticized for under-achieving schools and one key phrase for long-term school success is "school leadership." Taken comprehensively, leadership emphasizes the importance of where the leader stands at times of decision, challenge, and conflict. "The Art of War," written by Sun Tzu, a Chinese military strategist more than…

  5. The Lecture as Experiential Education: The Cucumber in 17th-Century Flemish Art

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    Blenkinsop, Sean; Nolan, Carrie; Hunt, Jasper; Stonehouse, Paul; Telford, John

    2016-01-01

    This article uses an unconventional format to problematize a common dichotomy found in the theory and practice of experiential education. The article comprises the contributions of five authors and begins with one author's description of a potential real-life scenario that provokes the question of whether an art history lecture might be understood…

  6. Press Pause: Critically Contextualizing Music Video in Visual Culture and Art Education

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    Taylor, Pamla G.

    2007-01-01

    Music video is one of the most influential visual culture forms to hit youth culture since the advent of television. Although provocative, the value of studying such visual culture as the music video in art education is much more than providing mere spectacle or motivational tactic. As many teenagers know, music videos portray meaning. They…

  7. Zen and the Art of Higher Education Maintenance: Bridging Classic and Romantic Notions of Quality.

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    Shields, Patricia M.

    Uses Robert Pirsig's ideas in "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" to explore two ways of viewing quality in higher education: the romantic and the classic. Analyzes historical and contemporary literature on quality using insights of Alfred Whitehead, Pirsig, and John Dewey, urging a vision that is honest and that incorporates caring,…

  8. A Quantitative Research Investigation into High School Design and Art Education in a Local High School in Texas

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    Lin, Yi-Hsien

    2013-01-01

    This study was designed to explore the differences between high school teachers with art and science backgrounds in terms of curriculum and student performance in art and design education, federal educational policy, and financial support. The study took place in a local independent school district in Texarkana, Texas. The independent school…

  9. A Poem in a Medium Not of Words: Music, Dance and Arts Education in Rabindranath Tagore's Santiniketan

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    Pritchard, Matthew

    2014-01-01

    In light of recent attempts to defend the role of the arts in education against the effects of policies based on utilitarian principles, this paper examines the arts educational writings and practical projects of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) at Santiniketan in West Bengal, showing how they were motivated by a Romantic and Upanishadic philosophy…

  10. Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Special Needs Education: A Case Study of an Art Project with the Multiple/Severe Handicapped

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    Murayama, Taku

    2016-01-01

    This paper focuses on a project in teacher education through art activities at the undergraduate level. The main theme is art activities by university students and multiple and severe handicapped students. This project has two significant points for the preparation of special education teachers. One point is the opportunity for field work. Even…

  11. Active Art Education in a University Museum: The Example of the Barber Institute

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    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Museums provide individuals with access to a variety of artworks at a quality and quantity that is not possible any other way. Museum education is of great importance to get effective benefit from museums. Nowadays museum education starts at an early age, and is simultaneously given in appropriate subjects of different lessons. Turkey has made important progresses in museum education and museum studies in recent years, but clearly there is much more to do when compared to more developed countries. These steps can be summarised (a increasing research into museum education and museology, (b staff training, (c creation of social awareness, (d development and application of new projects. Managing all these is not possible with the state’s efforts. Private entrepreneurs and civil society should take the initiative and contribute towards museum education and museology. The aim of this research is to determine the potential and function of art education, and to introduce the museum/art activities made in this context in the Barber Museum of Fine Arts Institute at Birmingham University, England. In line with these aims the answers to these questions are being sought: 1. How was Barber Institute Museum been established and developed? a What is the history of the museum’s foundation? b In the context of the development of museology and art, how can the establishment of the museum by a person/family be evaluated? 2. What are the institutional features of the Barber Institute Museum? a What are the administrative features of the museum? b What are the spatial features and importance of the museum? c What is the artistic significance of its collections? 3. How is museum/art education applied at the Barber Institute Museum? 4. How can the example of the Barber Institute be assessed in terms of museology and museum/art education? Method: This is a qualitative research study, and the case study method is used accordingly. This method foresees the portrayal

  12. Japan’s Future Embracing Multi-ethnic Complexities through Physical Education & the Martial Arts

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    Joan Neide

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Japan is preparing for a major social change that is setting the stage for the revamping of the educational curriculum. The nation of Japan is planning for the first time to allow mass immigration in order to cope with a declining population. Public and private schools are gearing up for this major societal change and are seeking ways to internationalize the educational curriculum so that the next generation of Japanese will be able to easily assimilate into this new world. On Okinawa, an unlikely school subject, physical education, is being used to foster a global perspective and to develop what can be defined as an international character. The educational community is introducing Okinawan karate as a physical education requirement for graduation. Educators hope that the character traits that are developed through martial art training will aid in the acceptance and assimilation of the predicted new immigrants as the indigenous Japanese population declines.

  13. Psychological Care of Art education%美术教育的心理学关照

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    杨晓青

    2012-01-01

    The author gives us a general summary of different characteristics and features of Design,Animation and Plastic Arts(Painting,Sculpture and Printmaking) in art education.Besides,she also analyses psychological types and quality requirements in different professions and focuses on art education in the perspective of psychology.Hence,teachers could teach students in the process of their learning from the start of studentsˊs right choices of specialties,which will be of great beneficial to the art education.%笔者概括地梳理了美术教育中设计、动漫、造型艺术(绘画、雕塑、版画)三个不同专业的特征和要求,分析从事各专业所需的心理类型和素质要求,从心理学的角度关照美术教育,从指导学生正确选择专业开始,到全部学习过程的辅导,将会对美术专业的教学有所裨益。

  14. Aesthetic Education of Primary School Pupils as an Integral Part of the National System of Continuous Art Education in Japan

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    Kuchai Tetiana

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available The article examines aesthetic education of primary school pupils as an integral part of the national system of continuous art education in Japan. One of the most important traditional means of aesthetic education in Japan, according to L. Tsaryova is considered nature. Analysis of the scientific literature by domestic and foreign scientists suggests that instead of collective worship the Japanese established habits that help people develop artistic taste. Having considered the traditions of: tea ceremony, admiring nature; writing, which doesn’t differ from painting and so on, one should point out that the traditions are valuable and remain till nowadays thus promoting the aestheticization of the Japanese people.

  15. A arte de contar histórias, integrada a outras linguagens de arte: uma prática pedagógica na educação básica The art of storytelling integrated to other languages of art: an educational practice in primary education

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    Marina Tarnowski Fasanello

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    Full Text Available Este artigo tem por objetivo discutir a relevância da arte de contar histórias, integrada a outras linguagens de arte e expressão enquanto prática pedagógica desencadeadora de processos criativos e de autoconhecimento no âmbito da educação básica. O artigo está organizado em duas partes: a primeira aborda as bases conceituais da arte-educação e da arte de contar histórias; e a segunda relata experiências profissionais de um dos autores, desenvolvidas entre 1998 e 2006, no âmbito da chamada "Oficina Escola de Arte Granada", envolvendo atividades complementares à escola com alunos e professores de escolas públicas no município de Nova Friburgo, Rio de Janeiro. Tais experiências reforçam a importância de buscar alternativas pedagógicas para o desenvolvimento de escolas criativas e transformadoras da realidade, que estimulem alunos mais autônomos e futuros cidadãos.This article discusses the relevance of the art of storytelling integrated to other art languages and expressions As a teaching practice which can promote creative and self-knowledge processes in the context of basic education. The article is organized in two parts: firstly we approach the conceptual bases of art-education and the art of storytelling; secondly we explain some professional experiences developed by one of the authors between 1998 and 2006 related to the "Granada School of Art", an educational organization dedicated to art education and storytelling, involving complementary activities to formal education with students and teachers from public schools in the municipality of Nova Friburgo, Rio de Janeiro State. Such experiences reinforce the importance of looking for pedagogic alternatives to the development of creative and engaged schools that generate autonomy and citizenship among students.

  16. Evaluation of Professional Development in the Use of Arts-Integrated Activities with Mathematics Content: Findings from the Evaluation of the Wolf Trap Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination Grant. Final Grant Report

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    Ludwig, Meredith; Song, Mengli

    2015-01-01

    In 2010, the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts (Wolf Trap), was awarded a U.S. Department of Education Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination (AEMDD) grant. The purpose of the AEMDD grant was to develop, implement, and disseminate a research-based program of professional…

  17. Oslo Art and Design Education (University) College 1966–1994 – An educational institution with corporate responsibility and sustainability in focus

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    Randi Veiteberg Kvellestad

    2015-01-01

    The artile chronicles the Department of Art, Design and Drama at Oslo and Akershus University College ca. 1950 to 1990. The school bore the name Oslo Art and Design Education College (SLFO) from 1966 to 1975 and Oslo Art and Design Education University College from 1975 to 1994. The institution had a clear teaching focus while running extensive programs on professional training, pilot projects and guidance service. The tradition of quality in the choice of material as well as work with engine...

  18. Hybrid Creatures: Mapping the emerging shape of art therapy education in Australia, including reflections on New Zealand and Singapore (Forthcoming)

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    Westwood, Jill

    2013-01-01

    This article summarises key findings of a PhD research project that provides the first organised view of art therapy education in Australia. A bricolage of methods were used to gather and analyse information from several sources: literature; institutions/programmes; and key participants, including the author. It provides a map of art therapy education in Australia, a genealogy of its educators and captures prevailing views and trends across the country and countries of influence, namely USA a...

  19. "Artforum," Andy Warhol, and the Art of Living: What Art Educators Can Learn from the Recent History of American Art Writing

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    Carrier, David

    2005-01-01

    What is the best way to understand the recent development of American art? An older tradition of commentary focuses on the role of tradition, noting how each new form of painting is rooted in a long history. But Jack Bankoswky and some other art writers discussing Andy Warhol have adapted a different approach, arguing that his art breaks radically…

  20. Contemporary Art and Citizenship Education: The Possibilities of Cross-Curricular Links on the Level of Content

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    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Unlike the previous phenomenon of modern art, contemporary art strives to return to society and everyday life, while thematising the current issues that the individual faces here and now. One of its more frequent topics is that of sustainable development, and the accompanying issues of environment, values, relations to others, etc. All such topics are part of the concept of active citizenship, which is why understanding contemporary art calls for active citizenship. This particularly holds true for relational art, which demands active participation on the part of the viewer. This paper inquires into the possibilities of the connection of contemporary art and citizenship education in elementary schools. Contemporary pedagogic doctrine highly encourages cross-curricular teaching; therefore, I have focused my analysis on the curricula of the subjects of Art Education, and Citizenship and Patriotic Education and Ethics, determining that (from this perspective their link is quite troublesome. The absence of contemporary art from the curriculum of Art Education has been criticised on many occasions, but the problem of its curriculum seems to be of a conceptual nature. Only by a more intense inter-institutional link between schools and contemporary art galleries and museums can the common goals of art education and citizenship education be realised. This paper will, therefore, strive to show potential cross curricular links in content on three examples of participatory practices (Proletarians of All Countries, Beggar Robot and EU/Others, while warning (from the pedagogic perspective against the often neglected fact that contemporary art is experienced here and now.

  1. A Trial of Physics Education for Liberal Arts Students Using the Advancing Physics

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    Ochi, Nobuaki

    A new approach to physics education for liberal arts students was performed in a Japanese university. The Advancing Physics, a modern textbook developed by the Institute of Physics, was employed as the base of this approach. The textbook includes a variety of modern topics about science and technology with beautiful pictures, while the use of math is kept to a minimum. From results of the questionnaire after one-semester lectures, it turned out that students' interest in science and technology rose substantially. On the other hand, there were some difficulties in lecturing, mathematical techniques in particular, which should be modified by the next trial. This result is an indication of a potential of the Advancing Physics for liberal arts education.

  2. The education and arts research line and the studies in musical education in the context of the Post-Graduation Program in Education – UFSM

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    Cláudia Ribeiro Bellochio

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available This text presents the Education and Arts research line of the Graduate Program in Education at the Federal University of Santa Maria, emphasizing the development of research in musical education by the FAPEM group: Education, Action and Research in Musical Education – CNPq directory, which is linked to the Musical Education Laboratory (LEM/CE. This article aims at presenting a little of the research line background and discussing the group contributions to the research in musical education in the context of the graduate program in education, providing examples of some research realized by the group. The investigations in this research line involve themes such as teacher’s education, their educational practices, professionalization processes; analysis, elaboration and utilization of teaching materials from historical and contemporary approaches; the investigation of different artifacts and artistic and cultural contexts (school, media, CTG, musical and dance festivals, contemporary art shows and exhibitions, NGO ́s, collectives, urban interventions, for example as producers of subjectivities, identities and ways of living. The presentation of this research trajectory maps down investigations in musical education conducted by FARME in the context of PGPE and its contributions to the construction of the field in the Brazilian musical education context

  3. Music, Arts and Intercultural Education: The Artistic Sensibility in the Discovery of the Other

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    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available The present article presents a doctoral investigation. It mainly focuses on an action research whose problematic is based on the search for didactic-pedagogical paths which contribute to intercultural openness and change within schools allowing for better social integration. We have chosen the trilogy music, arts education and interculturality to address the central problematics of this research. Therefore an Intercultural Musical Program was conceived, implemented and assessed in three Portuguese Elementary/Preparatory schools. The main leading forces guiding this Program are attached to four areas, which constitute the theoretical/conceptual frame of this research: • Artistic education as a priority in education; • Intercultural education as a response to a growing cultural diversity; • The role of music as an harnessing methodology for intercultural communication; • Arts Programs as globalising impulses for human development and the preservation of cultural heritage. The empirical work rests on a methodology of qualitative analysis based on Renald Legendre’s (1993, 2005 model of Pedagogical Relationship (PR, combined with a strong influence of Visual Anthropology. The attained results are indicators of the high relevance and participation, as well as of the transforming impact of this action research, as a facilitator of intercultural communication and education among communities.

  4. Performing Arts and Carnival in Initial Teacher Education and Schools: HEARTS project at Goldsmiths, University of London 2005-2006

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    2007-01-01

    HEARTS was conceived as a project to revitalise the arts in the experience of students in Higher Education preparing to become primary school teachers. Supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the National Endowment for Science, Technology & the Arts and the Teacher Training Agency, HEARTS funded HEIs to undertake year-long projects that would enrich the arts for their students and lead on to deeper change within instituti...

  5. The Self-examination of Art Education of Luxun Acade-my of Art%鲁艺艺术教育问题的反思

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    谢兴伟

    2014-01-01

    鲁艺的艺术教育在发展过程中出现了“关门提高”的倾向,这种带有教条主义色彩的错误倾向导致了理论与实际脱节,学与用分离。毛泽东在延安文艺座谈会上的讲话,指明中国新文艺应“面向工农兵”的新方向,解决了过去许多年来中国新文艺运动史上所未曾解决的原则问题,也直接指导了鲁艺的艺术教育和艺术活动的根本改造。文艺座谈会后,鲁艺对艺术教育中出现的问题进行了彻底的反思,积极调整了教育方针,重新进入了正确发展的轨道。%There is a tendency of close-door development in edu-cation of art of LAA. The wrong tendency of doctrinairism leads to two kinds of separation of theory-practice and study-use. The Talks at the yan'an Forum on Art and Literature point out that Chinese new literature and art should face the workers, peasants and soldiers. The Talks settle many difficulties on matters of principle, and directly lead to the entire reconstruction of art ed-ucation and artistic activities at Luxun Academy of Art. After the Talks at the yan'an Forum On Art and Literature, Luxun Acade-my of Art adjust the education policy, and enters the right track of development.

  6. Short-Term Effects of Compulsory Multidisciplinary Secondary School Arts Education on Cultural Participation in the Netherlands

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    Damen, Marie-Louise; Nagel, Ineke; Haanstra, Folkert

    2010-01-01

    In 1999, the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science introduced a new kind of compulsory arts education in secondary school aimed at stimulating cultural participation among Dutch youth. This article examines whether the course, called "Cultural and Artistic Education," succeeds in doing so. Data on 3,851 secondary school students (ages…

  7. Artes y Humanidades/Economia del Hogar. Libro del Profesor. (Arts & Humanities/Homemaking. Teacher's Guide). B1. CHOICE (Challenging Options in Career Education).

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    Written in Spanish, the guide comprises the kindergarten level unit of a career education curriculum designed for migrant students. The unit focuses on 11 jobs encompassed by two occupational clusters, arts/humanities and homemaking: teacher, artist, musician, dancer, actor, puppeteer, tailor, janitor, housekeeper, waiter, and child care worker.…

  8. Experience and Perspectives of Art History Development in Educational Space of Siberia at the Turn of XX-XXI ?enturies

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    Nekhvyadovich, Larisa Ivanovna; Chernyaeva, Irina Valerievna

    2016-01-01

    The article has a program-analytical nature, contains an analysis and assessment of the scientific school of T. M. Stepanskaya, Doctor of Arts, professor, member of Russian Union of Artists. The goal of T. M. Stepanskaya's professional activity is incorporation of Art History in higher educational institutions in Siberia. The authors consider the…

  9. Visual Communication in Transition: Designing for New Media Literacies and Visual Culture Art Education across Activities and Settings

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    Zuiker, Steven J.

    2014-01-01

    As an example of design-based research, this case study describes and analyses the enactment of a collaborative drawing and animation studio in a Singapore secondary school art classroom. The design embodies principles of visual culture art education and new media literacies in order to organize transitions in the settings of participation and…

  10. A Survey of Knowledge and Attitudes towards Martial Arts: Recommendations for a Recruitment Program in Continuing Education.

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    Schaer, Barbara; Neal, Kathy

    A study examined the level of knowledge about and the types of attitudes toward martial arts. The primary objective of the study was to gather information that could be used in designing a recruitment program for a continuing education course in martial arts. A survey instrument was administered to 60 males and 52 females between the ages of 15…

  11. An Ode to Joy...or the Sounds of Silence? An Exploration of Arts Education Policy in Australian Primary Schools

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    Russell-Bowie, Deirdre

    2011-01-01

    The arts are an integral and important component of our everyday lives. As such, they need to be a vital part of our children's education. However, this has rarely been the case in Australian state primary schools over the past two hundred years. This article explores the history of the arts in Australian state primary schools since the…

  12. Symmetry and aesthetics in introductory physics: An experiment in interdisciplinary physics and fine arts education

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    van der Veen, Janet Krause

    In a recent editorial in Physics Today (July, 2006, p. 10) the ability of physicists to "imagine new realities" was correlated with what have been traditionally considered non-scientific qualities of imagination and creativity, which are usually associated with fine arts. In view of the current developments in physics of the 21st Century, including the searches for cosmic dark energy and evidence from the Large Hadron Collider which, it is hoped, will verify or refute the proposals of String Theory, the importance of developing creativity and imagination through education is gaining recognition. Two questions are addressed by this study: First, How can we bring the sense of aesthetics and creativity, which are important in the practice of physics, into the teaching and learning of physics at the introductory college level, without sacrificing the mathematical rigor which is necessary for proper understanding of physics? Second, How can we provide access to physics for a diverse population of students which includes physics majors, arts majors, and future teachers? An interdisciplinary curriculum which begins with teaching math as a language of nature, and utilizes arts to help visualize the connections between mathematics and the physical universe, may provide answers to these questions. In this dissertation I describe in detail the case study of the eleven students - seven physics majors and four arts majors - who participated in an experimental course, Symmetry and Aesthetics in Introductory Physics, in Winter Quarter, 2007, at UCSB's College of Creative Studies. The very positive results of this experiment suggest that this model deserves further testing, and could provide an entry into the study of physics for physics majors, liberal arts majors, future teachers, and as a foundation for media arts and technology programs.

  13. Art Experiences.

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    Spodek, Bernard; And Others

    1996-01-01

    Presents four articles that examine the role of art experiences in early childhood education: "Educationally Appropriate Art Activities for Young Children," by Bernard Spodek; "Teachers and Children Together: Constructing New Learning," by Lella Gandini; "Fostering Experiences between Young Children and Clay," by Cathy Weisman Topal; and…

  14. Teachers’ perspectives on the development and implementation of a short-term international education program in art therapy and psychology

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    The paper reveals the importance of the development of international education programs in the context of globalization and internationalization of modern universities. The authors share their experience of developing and implementing a short-term art therapy and counseling program in the summer of 2014. The short-term art therapy program described in this paper is discussed from educational and cultural perspectives. Additionally, the authors summarize feedback and recommendations of the tea...

  15. Evaluation policies in basic education and their developments in Arts as a school subject

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    Silvia Sell Duarte Pillotto

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper aimed at identifying how teachers of Arts understood the evaluation policies and which were the developments of these policies in their education practice. As a qualitative research, it employed semi-structured interviews with Arts teachers and students in schools of the municipal education system to collect data. The theoretical background comprised official documents such as Diretrizes Curriculares Nacionais Gerais da Educação Básica (General National Curricular Guidelines for Basic Education (BRASIL, 2013, Proposta Curricular de Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina State Curricular Proposal (SANTA CATARINA, 2014, Lei de Diretrizes e Bases da Educação Nacional (Education Guidelines and Bases National Law (BRASIL, 1996 along with the authors Alves (2006, Barbosa (2009, Esteban (2005, Goodson (2001, Hall (2007, Candau (2003, among others. The results pointed to teachers‟ lack of understanding of the evaluation criteria, their connection with teaching and learning and which evaluation policies were adopted by the school. The conclusion was that those teachers sometimes saw evaluation as part of the learning process, other times they saw it as a limiting element, which marked students‟ approval or failure, and in some situations they saw it as an isolated part of the curriculum.

  16. The Application of Multiple Arts to the Publicity Strategy for All-Out Defense Education

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    Kuo-Wei Lin

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    Full Text Available Problem statement: Modern defense is so complex and professionally that we have to establish an effective publicity strategy for promoting the concept of all-out defense education and gather consensus of people on the defense and national security. Therefore, how to help all people to understand, affirm and further to support defense and thus consolidate national security have become the focus of decree publicity in the world. Approach: For achieving above-mentioned goals, at the present time, many countries had applied the multi-arts creations to passing information about defense strategy through diversified approaches including text, images, audio, video, Internet communications and lively teaching by integrating teaching with fun to achieve the goal of enhancement of all-out defense education. Results: This study, aims to explore the application of the publicity strategy of multi-arts to the advancement of understanding of defense policy of all people in Taiwan through questionnaire analyses. Conclusion: That diversified and rich forms of interface of arts can enhance the effects of giving publicity to the decrees has been verified.

  17. A "Neogeographical Education"? The Geospatial Web, GIS and Digital Art in Adult Education

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    Papadimitriou, Fivos

    2010-01-01

    Neogeography provides a link between the science of geography and digital art. The carriers of this link are geospatial technologies (global navigational satellite systems such as the global positioning system, Geographical Information System [GIS] and satellite imagery) along with ubiquitous information and communication technologies (such as…

  18. Art Therapy Teaching as Performance Art

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    Moon, Bruce L.

    2012-01-01

    This viewpoint asserts that art therapy education is a form of performance art. By designing class sessions as performance artworks, art therapy educators can help their students become more fully immersed in their studies. This view also can be extended to conceptualizing each semester--and the entire art therapy curriculum--as a complex and…

  19. Defining Art Appreciation.

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    Seabolt, Betty Oliver

    2001-01-01

    Discusses the differences and goals of four areas: (1) art appreciation; (2) art history; (3) art aesthetics; and (4) art criticism. Offers a definition of art appreciation and information on how the view of art appreciation in education has changed over time. (CMK)

  20. Teaching performance in performative arts. Video conference in higher music education

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    Buhl, Mie; Ørngreen, Rikke; Levinsen, Karin

    -learning relations take place are performed in new ways. When the performing art of music is taught on a distance, the phenomenon of performativity also materializes in new ways: in the dialogue between teachers and learners; due to the technical possibilities; as well as in the separation of being together......, interpret and perform. This finding was revealed from a project, we conducted together with the Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) and their international partners in the US from 2010-13 (Oerngreen et al 2012). Our study Telepresence as educational practice is based on teaching and learning in the domain...... of world excellence advanced music education. We draw on action design (Argyris & Schön 1996, Reason & Bradbury 2007, Nielsen & Nielsen 2010) involving specially designed teaching scenarios with experienced teachers who (at first) were novices to VC-based learning. The instruments involved are piano, cello...

  1. Arts-based learning: analysis of the concept for nursing education.

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    Rieger, Kendra L; Chernomas, Wanda M

    2013-04-23

    Teaching and learning strategies are needed to support learner-centered curricula, and prepare nurses who are capable of working in today's challenging health care environments. Although the traditional lecture is still widely used in nursing education, innovative approaches are needed to encourage discussion, debate, and critical reflection, activities that support lifelong learning. Arts-based learning [ABL] is a creative strategy with the potential to engage learners, foster understanding of multiple perspectives, and simultaneously connect cognitive and affective domains of learning. Walker and Avant's method of concept analysis is applied to examine the uses of ABL in the literature, define the attributes, distinguish the antecedents and consequences, identify model and other cases, and determine empirical referents of this concept. This analysis is presented to facilitate the conceptual understanding of ABL for use in research and nursing education.

  2. The Curricular Reform of Art Education in Primary School in Slovenia in Terms of Certain Components of the European Competence of Cultural Awareness and Expression

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    Rajka Bračun Sova

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available One of the important positions of the last curricular reform in Slovenia, which included systemic issues of education (White Paper on Education, 2011 and curricula for compulsory subjects in primary school, is the fact that Slovenia has been integrated into Europe, and thus education should also include the development of core European competences. One such competence is cultural awareness and expression, which until now has been an issue more in the context of cultural policies than school policies in Slovenia. The purpose of the present article is to critically analyse the curricular reform of art education (i.e., visual art education, through which, in terms of certain components of the competence of cultural awareness and expression, it is foreseen that the student will gain a knowledge of art, develop an ability to experience works of art and develop a creative attitude towards art and heritage. Because the starting point and goal of curricular change is the curriculum, our analysis is derived from curriculum theories, and not from the art theories and pedagogical theories that have predominantly framed previous attempts at curriculum analysis. Critical consideration of the curricular reform of art education in primary school in terms of certain components of the competence of cultural awareness and expression was undertaken by comparing curricula in the field of aesthetic education. We compared art education with music education and literature within the Slovenian language curriculum. Qualitative analysis showed that, despite the reform, the curriculum for arts education does not realise selected components of the competence of cultural awareness and expression, largely due to the curriculum’s conceptual structure. Art education is centred principally on art-making activities, with an obvious neglect of appreciation. The integration of arts subjects at school, as proposed by the White Paper, is therefore not possible, due to the existing

  3. Moral behavior and pro-social behaviors: Does art education create a difference?

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    Necla Acun Kapıkıran

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this study is to investigate whether art education creates a difference on moral behavior and to determine college students’ moral behaviors through their perceptions of their parents’ pro-social behaviors. The subjects of this study consist of 202 college students (Female: 125, Male: 77.  Moral behavior was measured by using the “Scale of Evaluating Moral Behavior”, which was developed by Hogan (1973 and Blasi (1980. In order to measure pro-social behaviors, the “Scale of Child and Family” was used. This instrument was developed by Lennon and Others in 1987.  The results showed that art education did not create a difference on moral behavior. Moral behavior was found to be significantly related with fathers’ pro-social behaviors and the personal moral character subscale of Scale of Evaluating Moral Behavior was significantly predicted to the subgroups of mothers’ understanding of emotions and fathers’ need of helping. These results were discussed in relation with the literature on moral behavior and the development of pro-social behaviors.

  4. AN APPLICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY OF ARTS E-LEARNING PLATFORM

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    Sheng-Feng Lin

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available This article analyses the development of the course ―Education for Environmental Sustainability‖ by using the Learning Content Management System (LCMS in National Taiwan University of Arts (NTUA E-learning platform. There are three segments for this article. First, it discusses the characteristics of the NTUA E-learning platform, which is based on the theory of E-learning, and to discern the differential function of authorization between teachers and students. Second, it analyzes how the E-learning version of ―Education for Environmental Sustainability‖ course is planned and developed. This course is an outgrowth of Blending Learning, which is the integration of Classroom Learning and Electronic Learning. The course development theory is based on the process of five stages: A (Analysis, D (Design, D (Development, I (Implement and E (Evaluation. Third, it concerns the usage of, and the suggestion for, the platform. With students as the end users, it should be designed in a student-oriented way, especially when the learning achievement of NTUA students originated mainly from presenting their individual talent (i.e., their artwork pictures or performance videos. Hence, the students‘ performance talent and comments will be significant references for future development of e-contents, e-services, and e-technical in art universities.

  5. Aesthetic Physics Education: A Symmetry Based, Physics and Fine Arts Curriculum

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    van der Veen, Jatila; Lubin, P. M.; Cook-Gumperz, J.; Raley, J. D.; Mazur, E.

    2006-12-01

    Physics education research in the past two decades has focused almost entirely on pedagogical methods, but the curriculum content remains unchanged. In a recent editorial in Physics Today (July, 2006, p. 10) the ability of physicists to “imagine new realities” is correlated with what are traditionally considered non-scientific skills, including imagination and creativity, qualities which are usually associated with fine arts. In view of the new developments in physics of the 21st Century, the importance of developing creativity and imagination through education is gaining recognition. We are investigating the effectiveness of teaching introductory physics from the viewpoint of symmetry, including the foundations of General Relativity and modern cosmology, without the need for the full tensor treatment. We will pilot a new course at UCSB in Winter Quarter, 2007 entitled Symmetry and Aesthetics in Introductory Physics. Our pedagogical model is based on three premises: that the introductory curriculum needs to be modernized; that mathematics should be presented as a language; and that theoretical physics has, at its core, a great deal in common with music, art, and dance. In this talk we will present the contents of our new course, and the means by which we plan to evaluate it in comparison to “regular” introductory courses. It is our hope that this modernized and integrated approach to introductory physics can also serve as a course for future teachers of primary and secondary school. This work is supported by NASA grant #20070268 and the Planck Explorer Mission.

  6. Moral behavior and pro-social behaviors: Does art education create a difference?

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    Necla Acun Kapıkıran

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this study is to investigate whether art education creates a difference on moral behavior and to determine college students’ moral behaviors through their perceptions of their parents’ pro-social behaviors. The subjects of this study consist of 202 college students (Female: 125, Male: 77. Moral behavior was measured by using the “Scale of Evaluating Moral Behavior”, which was developed by Hogan (1973 and Blasi (1980. In order to measure pro-social behaviors, the “Scale of Child and Family” was used. This instrument was developed by Lennon and Others in 1987. The results showed that art education did not create a difference on moral behavior. Moral behavior was found to be significantly related with fathers’ pro-social behaviors and the personal moral character subscale of Scale of Evaluating Moral Behavior was significantly predicted to the subgroups of mothers’ understanding of emotions and fathers’ need of helping. These results were discussed in relation with the literature on moral behavior and the development of pro-social behaviors.

  7. Trends towards global excellence in undergraduate education: taking the liberal arts experience into the 21st century

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    Wende, van der, M.C.

    2012-01-01

    Dissatisfaction over undergraduate education seems to be persistent and has been jeopardized by the boost in research performance as fuelled by global rankings. Yet it will continue to be the cornerstone and a key mission of higher education. Hence the tide is shifting and the global debate on “the world-class university” is increasingly inclusive towards excellence in teaching and learning. A renewed focus on liberal arts education is part of this global debate on redefining excellence. This...

  8. Study of the Cultural Characteristics of Martial Art Education%武术教育的文化性探析

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    关博; 杨兆山

    2014-01-01

    The paradigm of speculative research and documents ,logical analysis and other research methods were used to study the cultural characteristics of martial art education .We hold that :martial art education in itself is a transmission and inheritance of cul‐ture ,and martial art education is a process of inheritance of cultural spirits and values;the evolution of martial art education is closely related to and the historical background and the themes of martial art education varied in different time periods ;Chinese mar‐tial art culture has the characteristics of “Unity in Diversity”and it cover three cultural levels :objects ,ideas and methods ;the loss of cultural characteristics of martial art education can lead to alienation of martial arts ;to realize a shift from simply learning and passing down of skills to cultural inheritance highlights the cultural characteristics of martial arts and is the basic way to eliminate the alienation of martial arts .%采用思辨研究的范式,运用文献研究、逻辑分析等研究方法对武术教育的文化性进行研究。认为:武术教育的本身就是文化的传递与延承,武术教育是一种文化精神与价值的传承过程;武术教育的演进与时代背景紧密相关,不同时期的武术教育主题各异;中国武术文化具有“多元一体”的特征其文化层次主要涵盖器物、思想和方式三个层面;武术教育的文化性丧失可以导致武术传承和武术本身的异化;实现由单纯的技能传习向文化传承的转变,彰显武术的文化性特征是消弭武术异化的基本途径。

  9. Analysis of the Value of Arts Education in Elementary Education%基础教育阶段开展艺术教育的价值论析

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    刘永昌

    2011-01-01

    The traditional education focuses on the development of intellectual and academic abilities,while lacks of attitudes and values,and even arts education is to target the skills and expertise,still lack of aesthetic,emotional and cultural content.Actually there are different levels of basic education ignore or even deny the value of art education major tendency.Major discoveries in recent years educational research make people re-examine the value of arts education.This paper shows art should be penetrated in education,fusion art form,especially through the comprehensive arts education model,so that students can develop integratedly from personality,intelligence,cultural literacy and other aspects.%传统教育注重智力和学科能力的发展,缺乏情感态度与价值观及人格的养成,就连艺术教育也是以技能和专业知识为目标而缺少审美、情感和人文内容。基础教育实际存在不同程度忽略甚至否认艺术教育的重大价值的倾向。近年来教育科学研究的重大发现,使人们重新认识和审视艺术教育的价值。在教育教学中渗透艺术性、融合艺术形式,特别是通过综合性的艺术教育模式,能使学生的人格、智力、人文素养等方面得到整合发展。

  10. The Practical Side of Culinary Arts Education: The Role of Social Ability and Durable Knowledge in Culinary Arts Externships

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    Thibodeaux, William Raymond

    2012-01-01

    As externships evolved from their vocational education roots into the university setting, both the course purposes and the expectations of student changed toward deeper learning. While the students' responsibility for gaining knowledge has increased, teaching methods designed by educators to prepare students for more critically evaluated…

  11. The Art of Teaching.

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    Learning, 1996

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    Discusses the benefits of integrating the arts into education to help students learn more and better. The paper looks at advantages to including music, visual arts, dance, and theater arts in the classroom, explaining the part that arts play in assessment. Resources for integrated arts activities are included. (SM)

  12. After a Decade: What remains of a kindergarten developmental arts education project?

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    Saila Nevanen

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This article focuses on the long-term impacts and effects of developmental work that began as an arts education project in Helsinki in 2000. Ten years later, five kindergarten leaders were interviewed to gather information about the impacts of the project. The aim was to determine the long-term effects of the project and examine in which ways the impact could still be seen in the daily work in kindergartens. We also explored the reasons and prerequisites for the impacts still showing, and tried to discover which obstacles prevent the ongoing impact of the developmental work.The interviews showed that the sustainability of the impacts was connected to the organizational changes and the longevity of the personnel in the kindergarten. The developmental work could be better taken advantage of when the kindergarten leaders felt the tasks developed in the project were important and offered them new ideas in their pedagogical leadership. A long-lasting developmental project was seen as part of the process of updating education, which confirmed the participants’ consciousness about being a teacher and the nature of the educational practices as well as a reflective manner of working. Participating also increased general developmental skills and interest in other developmental themes.

  13. MeTaEducArte; Performance “Yo soy él”, educación artística comprometida con la justicia social

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    Cristina Moreno Pabón

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available El proyecto “YO SOY ÉL” ha sido diseñado con MeTaEducArte (Método para Talleres de Educación desde el Arte, específicamente para trabajar y reflexionar desde la empatía, la mirada ausente que la so- ciedad tiene ante los inmigrantes que se juegan la vida en la pateras. Este proyecto se realizó con el grupo 202 del grado de Educación Primaria, en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Concluyó con la performance-ins- talación “YO SOY ÉL” el 13-5-2015 a las 13 horas, en el salón de actos de la Facultad de Formación del Profesorado. Los resultados de este proyecto, han sido extraordinariamente buenos y muy interesantes.

  14. Pesquisa educacional com base nas artes: pensando a educação dos professores como experiência estética Arts-based educational research: thinking teacher education as an aesthetic experience

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    João A. Telles

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    Full Text Available Neste artigo, o autor descreve dois estudos, realizados com professores, nos quais objetos de arte são usados como dispositivos deflagradores de reflexão compartilhada. Teoricamente fundamentado em uma nova modalidade de investigação qualitativa no campo da Educação - a Pesquisa Educacional com Base nas Artes (PEBA -, ele discute particularidades do funcionamento e do papel dessa modalidade de pesquisa no desenvolvimento profissional docente, as diferentes naturezas dos dois objetos de arte utilizados (a fotografia e o espetáculo teatral e aponta para duas principais vertentes dessa modalidade de pesquisa - a vertente de produção de significados, pela qual o educador de professores e os participantes da pesquisa compartilham e constroem significados ao entrarem em contato com um objeto de arte previamente pronto e confeccionado por um artista profissional; e a vertente representacional, pela qual os professores e educadores participantes constroem, individualmente ou de forma compartilhada, um determinado objeto de arte que reflita e expresse suas representações do mundo da docência. Por fim, o artigo sugere que a PEBA, além de estabelecer contextos reflexivos nos quais alunos e professores têm oportunidades de desvelar a experiência estética, instaura relações alternativas dos participantes com o conhecimento e com a prática pedagógica, evidenciando sua importância social e suas forças revitalizadoras.The author describes in this article two studies conducted with teachers, in which art objects are used as devices to trigger shared reflection. Theoretically grounded in a novel modality of qualitative investigation in the field of Education - Arts-based Educational Research (ABER, the text discusses peculiarities of the working and role of this research mode in teacher professional development, the different natures of the two art objects employed (photography and theater, and points to the two main tendencies within this

  15. The Effects of High-Stakes Testing Policy on Arts Education

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    Baker, Richard A., Jr.

    2012-01-01

    This study examined high-stakes test scores for 37,222 eighth grade students enrolled in music and/or visual arts classes and those students not enrolled in arts courses. Students enrolled in music had significantly higher mean scores than those not enrolled in music (p less than 0.001). Results for visual arts and dual arts were not as…

  16. Geographical education in Russia: state-of-the-art and new perspectives

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    Chalov, Sergey R.

    2010-05-01

    Up-today education systems of different countries face new perspectives in globalizing World. The Russian higher education framework was basically incompatible with the process of making academic degree standards and quality assurance standards more comparable throughout the World (so called Bologna process for Europe). So did Earth Sciences education framework. Today the key question in the further development of Earth sciences in Russia is the interaction with European education system. At the crossroads it is challenging to analyze the history and state-of-the-art. We considered the question on the example of one of the largest centers of the Earth Sciences education in Russia - Faculty of Geography of Lomonosov Moscow State University, which is moreover regarded to be one of the largest scientific and educational centers of geography in the World. There are 1200 students and 180 PhD students studying on the Faculty. The Faculty consists of 15 departments, 8 research laboratories and 4 field stations, where 850 employees work. Tuition of geography was established at Lomonosov Moscow State University since the day of its foundation. The significance of geographical studies at the University, which originally comprised the Faculty of Philosophy, the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Medicine, was already mentioned in the draft plan of its establishment (1755), which said that «anyone wishing to attend professors' lectures at the University has to learn foreign languages and first scientific basis beforehand". For this purpose two «gymnasiums» consisting of four schools were es-tablished at the University. Geography was included into the curriculum of the «first scientific basis school» and the «school of the distinguished European languages» - German and French. Today Geography in Russia is regarded to be one of the base sciences that are devoted to the problem of society and environment and their interactions. Geography was gone far from the descriptive

  17. A philosophy of art education: practicing Taoism as a way to teach creativity and response to art

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    2010-01-01

    This thesis concerns practicing Taoism as a way to teach creativity and response to art. The Tao is the ground of being, the root from which the 10,000 things arise and are active. To be wise with the Tao is to intuit this truth, which can only be sensed and not seen with vision that sorts things according to appearances. It is through this insight that we are able to teach creativity as we are connected to the greater intelligence that holds all life within itself without prejudice. This...

  18. Perspectives of Student Teachers of Secondary Mathematics Education on Mathematics Teaching in Faculty of Arts and Science

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    2009-02-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study is to investigate fourth and fifth year Secondary School Mathematics student teachers’ opinions related to their content knowledge education in Faculty of Arts and Science. A questionnaire composed of one open-ended question was administered to 36 student teachers studying in Secondary School Mathematics Education in a state university in Istanbul. Data were analyzed and interpreted by using qualitative analysis methods. The findings of this study revealed that student teachers accused the education of Faculties of Arts and Science of being teacher-centred, having minimum interaction between teacher and student, and based on memorisation. Furthermore, this education is very theoretic and not in connection with their future professions. The only assessment criteria for measurement and evaluation of student’ performance is based on written exams.. Homework is superficial and given by few of the lecturers.

  19. Student and teacher perspectives on art-infused science education in an urban high school in south Texas

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    de Leon, Debbie Lee Murray

    Over the past three decades there has been curricular and methodological integration of arts into core subjects. Existing literature illustrates a variety of factors inherent in art-integrated education which encourages a positive, effective, and successful learning experience. This process oriented study was initiated to gain the perspectives of students and teachers involved in traditional and art integrated biology classes teaching the concept of cells. The learning environments are contingent upon three different science instruction methods taught simultaneously (traditional, manual visualization and digital visualization). The study was done in an urban Charter High School in south Texas. Participants involved 58 high school biology students and two state certified science and art teachers. Three student focus groups, six student interviews, two teacher interviews as well as teacher journals was used to collect data. The framework utilized for this study was Hume's (2006) student engagement distinctions, school process and learning task. The resulting local conceptual model describes and compares the nature of each of the instruction-specific learning environments. Results indicated that students in art integrated biology classes benefited more than those involved in traditional class. Students are more engaged in art integrated instruction because they enjoyed a student-centered teacher-student interaction. Student outcomes with art infused methods show more active learning and had a higher chance of acquiring additional skills.

  20. Arts and sports in nursing education

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    Arzu İlçe; Ganime Esra Yüzden

    2015-01-01

    Aim: The purpose of this research is to identify courses related to arts and sports in nursing curricula which is identified a discipline including the responsibility to promote and preserve community health care and planning improvement of healthcare systems. Methods:  This descriptive research was carried out in March 2014. There are 114 nursing schools in 179 universities in Turkey. 105 Nursing education curricula were attained from The Council of Higher Education Web Site. The diversi...

  1. AESTHETICS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: THE COMBINATION OF TECHNOLOGY INSTRUMENTS IN CHILDREN’S MUSIC, VISUAL ARTS AND PRETEND PLAY

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    Chia-Hui Ko; Mei-Ju Chou

    2014-01-01

    With the importance of aesthetics in current preschool curriculum, children’s aesthetics development and deloading learning plays a special attention to the relationship between technology instruments and the three critical early childhood education activities, namely music teaching and learning, visual arts and children’s pretend play in early childhood education. A rigorous literature review in Dewey, Steiner and Vygotsky explore the argument that technology instruments play a c...

  2. On Art Education in the School's Aesthetic Education%试论学校美育中的美术教育

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    柯立红

    2012-01-01

    学校美育中的美术教育不仅要培养学生健康的审美理想和情趣,同时还要提高其思想品质,增进其身心健康,促进其人格的全面发展。学校美育中的美术教育有循序渐进的学习和人文精神的传播等特点。加强美术史论和作品欣赏教学,可培养和提高学生感受鉴赏美的能力。通过美术实践,可培养创新意识,提高学生表现创造美的能力。学校美育中美术教育可提升学生追求更高的人生境界,引导他们保持平和的幸福心境。%Art education in the school's aesthetic education will not only cultivate the student's healthy aesthetic mind and taste, but also improve their moral quality, enhance their physical and mental health, and promote the overall development of their personality. Art education in the school aesthetic education is characteristic of step-by- step learning and the spread of human spirit. Strengthening the teaching of the theory of art history and the appreci- ation of works of art will cultivate and improve the student's ability to feel and appreciate beauty. Art practice can develop the student's sense of innovation and improve the student's ability to create beauty. Art education in the school aesthetic education can encourage the students to pursue a higher realm of life and guide them to maintain a peaceful and happy state of mind.

  3. Erich Fromm and Universal Humane Experience: Application in the Aesthetic Domain for Art Educators. Technical Paper No. 39

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    Fisher, R. Michael

    2012-01-01

    Recent re-reading of Erich Fromm's (1968) "The Revolution of Hope," has proven to be compatible with an aesthetic model (A-ness/D-ness) that I have been researching on and developing in the past 30 years. Fromm's call for a radical humanistic agenda, if not revolution, was appealing to my own call for a radical aesthetic and art education agenda…

  4. The Diffusion of Innovations in Education: A Study of Secondary English Language Arts Teachers' Classroom Technology Integration

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    Thayer, Kelly Keener

    2013-01-01

    This study explored secondary English Language Arts teachers' experiences using digital technologies in their classrooms, as presented in two key journals in the English Education field: the "Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy" ("JAAL"), sponsored by the International Reading Association, and "English…

  5. Sustainability, Participatory Culture, and the Performance of Democracy: Ascendant Sites of Theory and Practice in Art Education

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    Blandy, Doug

    2011-01-01

    Art education is a systemic and extensive network within which children, youth, and adults make and learn about material culture. This lecture considers three sites of theory and practice that I see as ascendant in circulating through this network. These sites are sustainability, participatory culture, and performing democracy. I argue that…

  6. The Effects of Change in Vocational, Technical, and Occupational Education on the Teaching of Culinary Arts in America.

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    VanLandingham, Paul G.

    Vocational education and culinary arts have gained a new respect. Since the mid-1970s, the status of culinary artists (cooks and chefs) has changed from domestic to professional. This change and the many changes in food technology have brought about a heightened awareness of the need for better training for culinary professionals. Improved…

  7. "The Falcon Cannot Hear the Falconer...". The Pedagogical Turn and the Negative Space of Irish Art Education

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    Granville, Gary

    2011-01-01

    Current education policy discourse in Ireland, as elsewhere, is replete with reference to innovation, creativity and enterprise. Meanwhile, the "pedagogical turn" is a dominant motif in current discourse in art practice, curating and critique, in Ireland and internationally. This article firstly considers some of the implications of the "turn" as…

  8. Why Does the Buddha Have Long Ears? A North Carolina Museum Educator Invites Students To Explore Religious Diversity through Art.

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    1998-01-01

    Describes the Five Faiths Project, a children's program of storytelling, photography workshops, museum exhibits, classroom projects, and community performances developed by the curator of education of the Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina. Activities, which have focused on Hinduism and Judaism so far, will eventually explore…

  9. Broadening Student Learning Experiences via a Novel Cross-Disciplinary Art and Anatomy Education Program--A Case Study

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    Speed, Caroline J.; Kleiner, Adina; Macaulay, Janet O.

    2015-01-01

    This study explored student learning and engagement in a novel cross-disciplinary education program, in particular whether medical students learning experiences can be enhanced through interaction and exchange of knowledge with students of varying disciplines. The program, entitled AnaRtomy, studies the historical relationship between art and…

  10. An Investigation of Offerings of Industrial Arts Teacher Education Institutions in the Areas of Automation and Cybernetics as Compared with Current Practices in Industry.

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    Baker, George Lewis

    Tabulated and analyzed data from two questionnaires returned by 84 (92.3 percent) industrial arts educators and 20 (35 percent) selected industries, were used to determine the offerings in automation and cybernetics at industrial arts teacher education institutions and to compare these offerings with current practices in industry. Conclusions…

  11. Science education reform in an elementary school: An investigation of collaboration and inquiry in a school with an emphasis on language arts and fine arts

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    Martini, Mariana

    This investigation was framed within the science education reform, which proposes to change the way science is taught and promotes the implementation of inquiry-based teaching approaches. The implementation of inquiry science teaching represents a move away from traditional didactic teaching styles, a transition that requires change in the assumptions underlying the philosophy of traditional science instruction. Another theme in the reform literature is the establishment of collaboration between teachers and researchers or scientists as a way to implement reform practices. Situated within this reform climate, this research aimed to investigate science education at an elementary school with a history of implementing reform ideas in the areas of language arts and fine arts. I employed an ethnographic methodology to examine the nature of a teacher-researcher relationship in the context of the school's culture and teachers' practices. The findings indicate that change was not pervasive. Reform ideas were implemented only in the areas of language arts and fine arts. Situated within a district that promoted an accountability climate, the school disregarded science education and opposed the use of constructivist-based pedagogies, and did not have a strong science program. Since science was not tested, teachers spent little (if any) time teaching science. All participants firmly perceived the existence of several barriers to the implementation of inquiry: (a) lack of time: teachers spent excessive time to prepare students for tests, (b) nature of science teaching: materials and set preparation, (c) lack of content knowledge, (d) lack of pedagogical content knowledge, and (e) lack of opportunities to develop professional knowledge. In spite of the barriers, the school had two assets: an outdoor facility and two enthusiastic teachers who were lead science teachers, in spite of the their lack of content and pedagogical science knowledge. Collaboration between the researcher

  12. Owning Failure: Insights into the Perceptions and Understandings of Art Educators

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    Fremantle, Chris; Kearney, Gemma

    2015-01-01

    Failure forms an important dimension of art and design and is inherent in creative endeavours. This article explores current literature on failure in the art and design context and offers a contribution through qualitative research drawing upon interviews with lecturing staff in a UK art school. The findings from this research emphasise the…

  13. Thinking about Art: Encouraging Art Appreciation in Early Childhood Settings.

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    Epstein, Ann S.

    2001-01-01

    Examines the place of art appreciation in early childhood education programs. Discusses historical changes in philosophies of art education and young children's capability for appreciating art. Presents suggestions for including art appreciation in the preschool curriculum, and describes ways to tie art activities to children's interests,…

  14. Study on Early Childhood Folk Art Education%浅谈幼儿民间美术教育

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    曾小冬

    2014-01-01

    中国民间美术作为中国文化民间艺术不可分割的一部分,它历史悠久、源远流长、种类频多、形式多样,民间美术教育是幼儿全面发展教育的一个有机组成部分,是指向民族文化的教育,是培养民族精神,培养幼儿全面素质的载体之一。幼儿学习民间美术能充分体验到感知美、创造美的愉悦。%Chinese folk art of Chinese culture as an integral part of the folk art, which has a long history, the type of frequency division multiplexing, diversity, folk art education is an integral part of the overall development of early childhood education,it is a pointer to the national culture education is cultivate the national spirit, one of the carrier’s overall quality of child care training. Children learn folk art can fully experience the perception of beauty, the joy of creating beauty.

  15. THE INFLUENCE OF CREATION OF SELF-REGULATION ENVIRONMENT FOR EDUCATING VISUAL ARTS TEACHER ON ACADEMIC SUCCESS

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    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available This study aimed at examining the impact of learning environments based on self regulation on teacher candidates academic skill in visual arts education,focuses on the elements found in workshops being analyzed in terms of self-regulation.Aim of the study is to provide a new viewpoint intended making up learning environment developing self-regulation skills in visual arts education.  In the study quasi-experimental design has been used subject to the aim. In the research, in accordance with qualitative research method,following the application process semi-structured interviews have also been conducted with attendants making up experimental group. The research has been carried out in the context of field information in the Department of Fine Art Education of Kazım Karabekir Education Faculty. Working group has been composed of prospective teachers taking these courses in the research. Based on the data at the end of the research, it can be said that the teaching propped up self-regulation used in experimental group is more efficient than the traditional teaching in the control group.

  16. Solar 2 Green Energy, Arts & Education Center. Final Scientific/Technical Report

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    Paquette, Jamie C; Collins, Christopher J

    2011-07-18

    The Solar 2 Green Energy, Arts and Education Center is an 8,000 sq.ft. demonstration project that will be constructed to Platinum LEED certification and will be the first carbon-neutral, net-zero energy use public building in New York City, giving it local and national appeal. Employing green building features and holistic engineering practices throughout its international award-winning design, Solar 2 will be powered by a 90kW photovoltaic (PV) array in conjunction with a geothermal heating and cooling system and a high efficient design that seeks to reduce the overall energy load of the building. Solar 2 will replace our current 500 sq.ft. prototype facility - known as Solar 1 - as the educational and cultural centerpiece of a five-block public greenway on the East River in Stuyvesant Cove Park, located along two acres of public riverfront on a newly reclaimed, former brownfield in lower Manhattan. Designed as a public-use complex for year-round environmental education exhibits and onsite activities for all ages and backgrounds, Solar 2 will demonstrate energy-efficiency technologies and sustainable environmental practices available now to all urban residents, eco-tourists, teachers, and students alike. Showcasing one of Solar 2's most striking design elements is the PV roof array with a cafe and river vistas for miles of New York City's skylines. Capping the building as a solar-powered landmark, and visible from the FDR Drive, the PV array is also designed to provide visitors below a view of the solar roof when standing outside, as well as directly underneath it. Recognized by an international jury of architects, civil engineers and urban designers by the Swiss-based Holcim Foundation, the Solar 2 design was awarded the prestigious Holcim North American 2008 Gold Award for Sustainable Construction for innovative, future-oriented and tangible sustainable construction projects, selected from more than 1900 entries. Funding from the Department of Energy

  17. An interactive approach to learning and teaching in visual arts education

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    The present research focuses on modernising the approach to learning and teaching the visual arts in teaching practice, as well as examining the performance of an interactive approach to learning and teaching in visual arts classes with the use of a combination of general and specific (visual arts) teaching methods. The study uses quantitative analysis of data on the basis of results obtained from a pedagogical experiment. The subjects of the research were 285 second- and fourth-grade student...

  18. Education of the impellent-plastic expressiveness at a stage of specialized base preparation in art gymnastics.

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    Kravchuk T.N.

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available In the given article is proved and opened the technique of education of the impellent-plastic expressiveness at a stage of specialized base preparation in art gymnastics. Criteria and modern requirements to the impellent-plastic expressiveness of gymnasts are analyzed. Its basic components are defined: musical-rhythmic preparation; mastering by skills of expressive movement; choreographic preparation; studying of elements of national and ball dances.

  19. Disciplinary and Institutional Perspectives on Open Educational Practice in Art, Design and Media Studies:Opportunities and Challenges

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    2012-01-01

    This paper features reflective accounts from teams at two UK universities who are engaged in open education projects supported by national agencies (JISC and the HEA). Art, Design and Media (ADM) studies, by their nature, often feature an emphasis on practical studio and workshop based activities, with a pedagogic culture marked by an emphasis on mentoring, apprenticeship and peer support. In some ways the teaching of ADM subjects can be seen to represent the epitome of the traditional campus...

  20. The Liberal Arts and the Martial Arts.

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    Levine, Donald N.

    1984-01-01

    Liberal arts and the martial arts are compared from the perspective that courses of training in the martial arts often constitute exemplary educational programs and are worth examining closely. Program characteristics, individual characteristics fostered by them, the relationship between liberal and utilitarian learning, and the moral…

  1. The hierarchy of the table and the crockery’s design as elements for art education from visual culture

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    Ricard Huerta

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we analyze new aspects of the territories of design, ceramics and teaching in art education. We review the concept of the crockery elements and boarded the table hierarchies, combining historical, aesthetic and educational issues, covering the tradition which relates the uses of food and design between the Medieval Era and modern times. We claim the role of the artisan-craftsman as a concept which relates the production of objects with school work from perception of pragmatist sociologist Richard Sennett.

  2. Implementing Change in Architectural Design in Elementary School Art Education in Slovenia

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    Batic, Janja

    2014-01-01

    This article reports on a study of the effects of an action research project that aimed to improve the practice of teaching art in elementary schools in Slovenia. The specific focus was on the planning and execution of art tasks relating to architectural design. The planned improvements were based on the process of architectural design from…

  3. A Right to the Best: Or, Once More, Elitism Versus Populism in Art Education.

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    Smith, Ralph A.

    1985-01-01

    The major issue in the elitist-populist controversy is what art works should be included in the curricula. Elitists defend the choice of exemplary art pieces as instructional materials; populists find this advocacy of exemplars intolerably restrictive. The three major arguments embedded in the populist position are critiqued. (RM)

  4. Attitudes of Teachers and Students towards Art and Design Curriculum: Implications for Vocational Education in Kenya

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    Wagah, M. O.; Indoshi, F. C.; Agak, J. O.

    2009-01-01

    Art and Design Curriculum taught in secondary schools in Kenya is intended not only to prepare learners for a vocation in Art and Design industry but also to complement literacy, scientific and factual subjects by awakening creativity in the individual. It is part of the government policy of diversification and vocationalization of the curriculum.…

  5. Techniques for Eliminating Sex Discrimination from Vocational Education: An Instructor's Guide for Culinary Arts.

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    Glick, Georgia S.; Upton, Linda Kulow

    This instructor's guide addresses issues of sex bias as they occur in the shop area of the Culinary Arts Program. The first part gives general background by discussing sex discrimination and schools and course enrollments by sex and the Culinary Arts shop at the Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School, Massachusetts. A second, and much…

  6. Art Student Perceptions of the Role of Community Service in Israeli Teacher Education

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    Bachar, Pnina; Ofri, Vinnie

    2009-01-01

    The purpose of this research was to understand how student art teachers perceive the contribution to their training of community service in various frameworks, such as a prison and a drug rehabilitation center. The research was conducted in 2006-2007 in the School of Art at Beit Berl College, Israel, in two stages. In the first stage, six…

  7. Cultivating Imaginative Thinking: Teacher Strategies Used in High-Performing Arts Education Classrooms

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    Fleming, Josephine; Gibson, Robyn; Anderson, Michael; Martin, Andrew J.; Sudmalis, David

    2016-01-01

    This article reports on recent case-study research that examined teacher- and student-level processes in nine Australian arts classrooms. The selected classrooms, based on the results of a connected longitudinal study, demonstrated strong positive links between arts participation and academic motivation, engagement and achievement. The focus here…

  8. Art for a Few: Exclusions and Misrecognitions in Higher Education Admissions Practices

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    Burke, Penny Jane; McManus, Jackie

    2011-01-01

    In this article, we examine the policy and practice of admissions to art and design courses in the context of the UK widening participation (WP) agenda. We draw on our qualitative study of admissions practices funded by the National Arts Learning Network (NALN). To provide context and background, we outline and critique WP policy discourses,…

  9. Good Work and Aesthetic Education: William Morris, the Arts and Crafts Movement, and beyond

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    Petts, Jeffrey

    2008-01-01

    A notion of "good work," derived from William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement but also part of a wider tradition in philosophy (associated with pragmatism and Everyday Aesthetics) understanding the global significance of, and opportunities for, aesthetic experience, grounds both art making and appreciation in the organization of labor…

  10. Creating Art Appreciation Activities.

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    Heidt, Ann H.

    1986-01-01

    The experiences of college students enrolled as majors in elementary education in designing art appreciation activities for use in elementary classrooms are described. The college students had no art background. (RM)

  11. Oslo Art and Design Education (University College 1966–1994 – An educational institution with corporate responsibility and sustainability in focus

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    Randi Veiteberg Kvellestad

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The artile chronicles the Department of Art, Design and Drama at Oslo and Akershus University College ca. 1950 to 1990. The school bore the name Oslo Art and Design Education College (SLFO from 1966 to 1975 and Oslo Art and Design Education University College from 1975 to 1994. The institution had a clear teaching focus while running extensive programs on professional training, pilot projects and guidance service. The tradition of quality in the choice of material as well as work with engineering and design was strong, but greater emphasis was eventually placed on experimentation with material, tools and techniques. The students were both encouraged and challenged to be creative and rely on their own ideas in experimentation. The article set its focus on change and training in textiles needlework teacher education. The source materials are annual reports, published texts found in the Institute's history collection and interviews of seven employees who worked at the school in part or the whole period. Informants’ arguments and the analysis of texts are related to recent research in Sweden and Norway. The article shows that the institution once stood for attitudes that one would today call sustainable, with strong quality requirements. Thus, the institution showed social responsibility through education and industrial initiatives.

  12. L’art visual en els moviments pedagògics del segle XX: la concreció de l’educació artística en els llibres escolars El arte visual en los movimientos pedagógicos del siglo XX: la concreción de la educación artística en los libros escolares Visual art in 20th century educational movements: the establishment of art education in textbooks

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    Eulàlia Collelldemont Pujadas

    2009-01-01

    .Las tradiciones escolares de educación artística se han construido desde la transmisión oral y escrita de proyectos y programas. Sin embargo, la concreción de las propuestas legislativas, ideacionales y teóricas se han expresado, fundamentalmente, a través de los documentos. Así, por ejemplo, la cultura escolar sobre la educación artística se ha ido conformando desde los proyectos codificados en los libros escolares para maestros y alumnos. Por este motivo, en el presente artículo se propone realizar una aproximación a estos libros con la finalidad de extraer cuáles son las características de los discursos del aprendizaje artístico que se han consolidado a lo largo del siglo XX en nuestro entorno. Aproximación que se ensaya a partir de cruzar las huellas que han dejado los libros escolares con su imbricación o, incluso, negación, con las tendencias de la pedagogía contemporánea.School traditions of art education have been constructed on the basis of oral and written transmission of projects and programs. In addition, legislative, ideational and theoretical aspects have mainly been defined in documents. This is true to such an extent that school culture in the area of art education has been shaped by projects formulated in textbooks for teachers and children, for example. Consequently, in this study, we examine art textbooks to discover the characteristics of the art education discourses that were consolidated throughout the 20th century in Spain. We tested this approach by examining the influence of textbooks and the extent to which they overlap with or contradict contemporary trends in education.

  13. Decorative Integration or Relevant Learning? A Literature Review of Studio Arts-Based Management Education with Recommendations for Teaching and Research

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    Katz-Buonincontro, Jen

    2015-01-01

    This review presents a synthesis of the state of arts-based management education scholarship, with teaching and research recommendations. To begin, the lack of creativity and empathy development in management students is presented. Next, literature-based descriptions of arts-based management exercises focus on how to use improvisational theatre,…

  14. Intended Consequences: Challenging White Teachers' Habitus and Its Influence in Urban Schools Implementing an Arts-Based Educational Reform

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    Woollen, Susan; Otto, Stacy

    2014-01-01

    Reform efforts like the urban, arts-based initiative Project ARTS are designed to provide intentional, equitable methods of improving students' learning, yet few urban educators have been sufficiently trained to recognize differences in habitus between themselves and their students. For equitable reform to occur teachers must understand their…

  15. Schools with an Arts-Driven Curriculum: Educating for Tomorrow's Workplace. The 1997 Eighth Annual "Business Week" Awards for Instructional Innovation.

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    This report profiles 10 public schools that, with help from businesses or community-based organizations, have created outstanding arts programs. A quality arts education helps students develop creative and critical thinking, innovative problem solving, effective communication, self-discipline, teamwork, and a respect for diverse cultures. The…

  16. Walter Benjamin in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Aura in Education--A Rereading of "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction"

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    Peim, Nick

    2007-01-01

    This paper considers a key text in the field of Cultural Studies for its relevance to questions about the identity of knowledge in education. The concept of "aura" arises as being of special significance in "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction" as a way of understanding the change that occurs to art when mass reproduction becomes…

  17. Artful creation

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    2013-01-01

    An introduction to the field of Arts-in-Business outlining 4 different approaches: 1) Art as decoration, 2) Art as intertainment, 3) Arts as instrumental, 4) Art as strategic......An introduction to the field of Arts-in-Business outlining 4 different approaches: 1) Art as decoration, 2) Art as intertainment, 3) Arts as instrumental, 4) Art as strategic...

  18. Studies on the History of Special Education in Italy: State of the Art and Paths for Future Research

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    Maria Cristina Morandini

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available The history of special education in Italy is a highly recent field of study. Prior to this, the theme had only been treated in a small number of publications that were limited in scope, primarily hagiografic and journalistic in style, and whose authors themselves worked in special education. In 1993, the article by Roberto Sani, devoted to Severino Fabriani, educator of female deaf mutes in Restoration Modena, marked the beginning of a history of special education that was researched using an interdisciplinary approach and situated within the broader framework of social and political history, and the history of institutions and cultural processes. Following in the line of enquiry into the history of special education inaugurated by Sani, further studies have been published since the beginning of the new millennium, by both established historians of education and young scholars joining the field. Some of these authors have maintained a focus on the world of education for the deaf; others have extended this model of interpretation to related field (educational institutions for children affected by rickets and by blindness. What avenues of research remain open to those wishing to pursue the history of special education? Numerous are the aspects still awaiting systematic investigation. It might therefore be to investigate the educational models and school programs offered over time for persons with disabilities affecting more than one sense (e.g., those who are both deaf and blind. How to reference this article Morandini, M. C. (2016. Studies on the History of Special Education in Italy: State of the Art and Paths for Future Research. Espacio, Tiempo y Educación, 3(1, 235-247. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14516/ete.2016.003.001.12

  19. Aesthetic activities and aesthetic attitudes: influences of education, background and personality on interest and involvement in the arts.

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    McManus, I C; Furnham, A

    2006-11-01

    There have been few studies of why some people are frequently involved in aesthetic activities such as going to the theatre, reading or playing musical instruments, whereas others are less involved. This study assesses the broad roles of education, personality and demographic factors such as social class, age and sex. More aesthetic activity was associated with music and art education, whereas science education had a substantial negative relationship with aesthetic activity, both directly and also indirectly via reduced art education. More aesthetic activity was particularly related to higher scores on the personality factor of openness, and also to lower scores on agreeableness and conscientiousness. Higher parental social class was also associated with more aesthetic activity, as also was lower age. Sex had no relationship to aesthetic activity, as neither did masculinity-femininity. Positive aesthetic attitudes were also related moderately to aesthetic activity, but were particularly strongly related to openness to experience, and somewhat less to extraversion. Class, age and sex had no direct relationship to aesthetic attitudes.

  20. An Exploration into the Art Education Concepts and Methods for the Docents in Art Museums%对美术馆导览义工的艺术教育理念及方法的探究

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    王学琴

    2012-01-01

    美术馆导览义工既是在馆接受艺术熏陶及教育的学员,也是引导观众赏析展品的施教者。对导览义工实施艺术教育,以科学合理的教育理念、规范化的教学方法引导及培训义工融入美术馆的导览工作,既有利于美术馆汇集多方社会力量充实馆内的人力资源,也可大幅度推进美术馆的社会艺术教育工作进程。%A docent has double identity. On one hand, docents are "students" who receive art education in museum, on the other hand, docents guide the audience to appreciate works on exibition- they are the "teachers" promoting art education. Therefore, training the docents in the aspects of art appreciation, directing volunteers into the gallery work with scientific and standardized educational concepts and teaching methods, and encouraging research and exploration into educational concepts and teaching methods and practical employment of the research results, all these are not only helpful to gather various social human resources to make up the deficiency of personal resources of the Art Museums, but also effective in advancing the development of art education in Art Museums and playing an important function of social education.

  1. AESTHETICS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: THE COMBINATION OF TECHNOLOGY INSTRUMENTS IN CHILDREN’S MUSIC, VISUAL ARTS AND PRETEND PLAY

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    Chia-Hui Ko

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    Full Text Available With the importance of aesthetics in current preschool curriculum, children’s aesthetics development and deloading learning plays a special attention to the relationship between technology instruments and the three critical early childhood education activities, namely music teaching and learning, visual arts and children’s pretend play in early childhood education. A rigorous literature review in Dewey, Steiner and Vygotsky explore the argument that technology instruments play a crucial role in children’s daily lives. After carefully elaborating the relevant literature, this study arrives at three major conclusions firstly, indeed technology instruments in music teaching facilitate the quality and efficiency in the young children’s learning motivation. Secondly, technology instruments in visual arts facilitate the quality and efficiency in the learning motivation of children and finally, technology instruments of music facilitate children’s performance in their pretend play, especially in terms of emotional expression, emotional regulation, emotional utilization and interpersonal relationships. Further, the study reveals that during the application of technology instrument in children’s music, visual-arts and pretend play, adults’ scaffolding and assistance is no doubt necessary during children’s learning and development process.

  2. The Art of Listening in an Educational Perspective—Listening reception in the mother tongue

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    2012-01-01

    The purpose is to contribute to the theory and practice of listening reception as one of the four language arts in Swedish as a school subject. The object of inquiry is The Art of Listening (Adelmann 2009) as a Swedish example from a Scandinavian context, compared to mainstream listening research in the USA. The problem explored is: How can we, as researchers and teachers, handle some of the problems within international listening research and adapt listening research to a Scandinavian contex...

  3. Our Space Future: A Challenge to the Conceptual Artist Concept Art for Presentation and Education

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    Bangs, Mary C.

    2003-01-01

    The history of visual representation is as old as the history of humankind. The Paleolithic drawings that are found in caves present our collective need for recording our dependence on the life-sustaining animal populations. Our wishes for their fertility (and for our own) comprise much of the art we find in these prehistoric drawings. As well, the cycles of the Moon are recorded in Paleolithic art relating to women's estrus cycles that link the perpetuation of our species with the cosmos. Art became our initial way of description and a way of envisioning our future goals. At the time when pictograms began to form humanity s first written languages, we also started to use art to invoke favorable forces and ward off devastation. Another important application of visual art became the conceptualization of tools, buildings and ideas that were impossible to describe by other means. Humans have a historical tradition of considering visual images as vehicles to inspire us to pursue a different way of thinking through our ability of envisioning. Complex concepts can be described visually and have the ability to convey information on many different levels. Conceptual art is a tool that can describe wide-ranging ideas from religious insights to currently unfeasible engineering projects and visionary dreams for humankind.

  4. Art Education: Creative Ceramic Arts.

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    Swan, Nora; Marinaccio, Louis

    A course in forming, decorating, glazing, and firing pottery is presented. Upon completion of the course, the student will be expected to be familiar with all terms and characteristics connected with pottery and ceramics, and he will be expected to be able to properly handle and form clay. Course content includes the history of clay handling,…

  5. Process of interiorization, authentication, internalization, as component psychological-educational mechanism of study of eastern martial arts among student youngsters.

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    Gobenko Å.V.

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available This article deals with the theoretical questions of essence of component parts of psychological-educational mechanism of study of eastern martial arts among student youngsters. Short description of process of interiorization, authentication, internalization of personality is conducted. The questions of analysis acturelizied scientifically pedagogical and scientifically psychological literatures, which make it possible to consider and ground processes being integral part during study of the East culture. Important factor which determines stable interest of student youngsters people to the martial arts of the East is an attractiveness for them of modern man of cultural and historical traditions, in which the valued orientations are organically set up on the amalgation of physical and spiritual development of a man.

  6. Person-Centered Expressive Arts: An Alternative Path to Counseling and Education. An interview with Natalie Rogers

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    Laura Guadiana Martínez

    2003-11-01

    Full Text Available In this interview, Natalie Rogers PhD, expounds on how art and expression serve personal and group growth in Person Centered Expressive Arts Therapy. Adding to the legacy of her father Carl Rogers, creator of the Person Centered Approach, she describes the interweaving of her experiences as a therapist and woman, and how she afforded extra room in the process for intuition, creativity, emotions and the fascinating exploration of the human experience. Using modeling, sculpting, dance, painting, music, etc. she created a model which furthers the person’s genuine expression and self knowledge. She sketches a profile of a facilitator who takes special care in creating an ambience where s/he not only does not judge the work, person, experience or results, but is on the contrary, empathetic and acceptant of the person and her experiences. Lastly, she discusses the applications of this approach to traditional educational settings, as well as some of the key training issues.

  7. Socio-cultural Education in the Early Childhood Period via Examples of Art Which Belong to Turkish Culture

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    Sevgi COŞKUN KESKİN; KIRTEL, Ayşegül

    2013-01-01

    This study aims to set an example for the possibility of giving socio-cultural education in the early childhood period via examples of art which belong to Turkish culture.  At the present time, cultural values change and reduce their effectiveness together with globalization.  For this reason, it is necessary for the individual to know and internalize the culture in which s/he takes part beginning from the early childhood period so that cultural values can get through globalization period wit...

  8. 论艺术取向教育研究方法%Art-based Method for Educational Research

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    李玲

    2011-01-01

    艺术取向教育研究方法是一种新的质性研究方法。它将文学艺术、视觉艺术、表演艺术等多种艺术形式引入教育研究领域,使研究媒介和材料呈现方式超越传统文本、超越语言和国界,从而促进不同文化背景的人们相互理解与尊重,增强教育研究功能的深入性和延展性,并推动教育研究由技术理性向人文关怀转型。艺术取向教育研究方法具有研究媒介宽泛直观、研究过程易产生共鸣或移情、研究者角色变换自由、研究结果动态多元等特征。艺术取向教育研究方法应用的一般程序为:确定研究问题、建立委托关系、选择探究形式、明确参与者及呈现研究结果等。中西方哲学思想和认识论为构建艺术取向教育研究方法提供了理论基础。%Art-based method for educational research is a new kind of qualitative research, which has injected art with various kinds, such as literature, drama, dance, etc., into education research. It makes research medium and the material presentation mode extend the traditional text, language and national boundaries, and thus improves the mutual understanding and respect of people in different cultures, strengthens the in-depth and tractility of the function of educational research, and pushes forward educational research to human orientation from technology rationalism. Art-based method for educational research processes features as follows: research medium is extensive and intuitive, research process can easily arouse an echo or transference, the role~ of researchers can change freely, and the research results are dynamic and diversified. The common procedures of art-based method for educational research are to ensure research problem, construct clientage, choose investigating form and make clear the participants and the display of research results. Western and Chinese philosophical thoughts and epistemology offer us the theoretical

  9. Task Force Report. State of the Art of Adult Education: CONFINTEA Follow Up. [and] Workshop Reports.

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    Includes task force recommendations on the role of the International Council for Adult Education in monitoring achievement of adult education objectives, qualitative and quantitative indicators, and diverse data collection methods. Eleven workshop reports discuss progress on adult education policy advocacy, documentation, health care reform,…

  10. The Content of Educational Technology Curricula: A Cross-Curricular State of the Art

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    Aesaert, Koen; Vanderlinde, Ruben; Tondeur, Jo; van Braak, Johan

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to analyze the content features of educational technology curricula for primary education developed by national governments. A qualitative cross-case document analysis of the national educational technology curriculum of Norway, Flanders and England was conducted. The analysis focuses on the underlying visions,…

  11. Self-Study Research: Surfacing the Art of Pedagogy in Teacher Education

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    Cuenca, Alexander

    2010-01-01

    The term pedagogy has been appropriated in education discourse as simply strategies of instruction. This instrumental understanding of pedagogy has reified the term both in the vernacular of education and in research of teaching and teacher education, leading the scientific pursuit of pedagogy to exclude the relationship between pedagogy and…

  12. Obama, where Art Thou? Hoping for Change in U.S. Education Policy

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    Au, Wayne

    2009-01-01

    In this essay, Wayne Au carefully considers the educational stance of Barack Obama by exploring the president's speeches and his personnel and policy choices. Au considers the election of Obama as a moment of possibility for change in American education, but also questions whether Obama's hopeful message about education will be fully realized,…

  13. In/Visible Art

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    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available The article analyses different forms of easel painting, monumental and decorative art and photography existing in modern universities. It observes how the function of art changes in the context of modernization of culture and higher education. The role of initiators of art spaces in universities is also featured. 

  14. Arts Opportunity Gap

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    Principal, 2012

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    The increasing focus on arts education during the past few years has brought much-needed attention to the benefits it affords to students of all ages. Past research has proved time and again that the arts support teaching and learning in numerous ways, and recommendations abound that schools should find ways to integrate the arts in classrooms.…

  15. Choosing Content and Methods: Focus Group Interviews with Faculty Teachers in Norwegian Pre-Service Subject Teacher Education in Design, Art, and Crafts

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    Gulliksen, Marte S.; Hjardemaal, Finn R.

    2016-01-01

    The study is aimed at generating knowledge on how faculty teachers reflect and justify their choice of subject content logic in teacher education, exemplified by a concurrent pre-service Subject Teacher Education in design, art, and crafts. Focus-group interviews generated data. Three topics were discussed: too many choices, different logics, and…

  16. The Loss of Balance between the Art and Science of Management: Observations on the British Experience of Education for Management in the 20th Century

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    Guerriero Wilson, Robbie

    2015-01-01

    This essay considers the developments in education for management in 20th-century Britain. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, that is, the highpoint of the United Kingdom's economic success, management was considered more of an art than a science, and formal education specifically for management was limited. After the Second World…

  17. Art Counseling in an Educational Setting: Self Concept Change Among Pre-Adolescent Boys.

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    White, Kinnard; Allen, Richard

    This study was designed to test the hypotheses that (1) pre-adolescent boys show greater growth in positive self-concept when subjected to an art counseling program than when they receive a traditional non-directive counseling program having the same goal; and (2) this difference will continue to exist on into adolescence. Thirty boys who had just…

  18. Carpentry, Culinary Arts Instructor Guide and Curriculums. Bilingual Vocational Education Program.

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    Densmore, Roxanne T.

    This guide is intended to assist vocational English as a second language (VESL) instructors in teaching courses in carpentry and the culinary arts to residents of Navajo reservations. The first section outlines the rationale and content of the two training programs as well as the basic VESL objectives that they seek to address. The next section, a…

  19. ePortfolios in Australian Higher Education Arts: Differences and Differentiations

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    Rowley, Jennifer; Bennett, Dawn

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    This paper reports the findings of a project that investigated uses of electronic portfolios (ePortfolios) in the creative and performing arts at four Australian universities and raises four significant areas for discussion: engaging technologies as an ongoing requirement of planning, delivery and evaluation of teaching and learning in higher…

  20. Art Educational Practices: Fostering Self-Control and Improving Focus for Students Coping with Anxiety

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    Ogle, Alexandra

    2013-01-01

    This action research study served to help students suffering from anxiety or anxiety related issues by using Art as a means of improving focus and fostering self control. The student participants in this study were a group of 25 sophomore and junior high school students, both male and female, ranging between the ages of 15-17. The participants…

  1. An excellence initiative in liberal arts and science education: the case of Amsterdam University College

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    Wende, van der Marijk; Wang, Q; Cheng, Y.

    2013-01-01

    Amsterdam University College (AUC) was established in 2009 as an excellence initiative jointly undertaken by the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and VU University Amsterdam (VU). AUC is a selective and residential honours college that offers an international liberal arts and sciences bachelor programm

  2. A Summary of Research Studies Relating to Language Arts in Elementary Education: 1973.

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    Sheldon, William D.; And Others

    1974-01-01

    Eighty-six studies are reported in this 13th annual review of research in elementary language arts. Efforts are made to include all studies reported in 52 journals from January through December 1973. Discussions and descriptions of the studies are divided into sections on research summaries and listings, language, oral communication, written…

  3. The Ecology of Arts and Humanities Education: Bridging the Worlds of Universities and Museums

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    Salazar-Porzio, Margaret

    2015-01-01

    In recent years, colleges and universities have been talking seriously about civic learning, but other stakeholders, particularly public arts, culture, and humanities institutions, must be part of the conversation in order to create a context for learning that develops the skills of graduates in robust ways that reflect the full promise of liberal…

  4. Media Arts: A Shifting Paradigm?

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    McGuire, Andrew

    2012-01-01

    The chairs of four arts education professional organizations--Jane Bonbright of the National Dance Education Organization, Michael Butera of the National Association for Music Education, Lynne Kingsley of the American Alliance for Theatre and Education, and Deborah Reeve of the National Art Education Association--were individually interviewed for…

  5. The Use of Theater and the Performing Arts in Science Education and the Teaching of History

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    Schwartz, Brian

    2015-03-01

    Over the past 15 years there has been a surge in the general field of the interaction of STEM and the arts including theatre, music dance and the visual arts leading to STEAM. There seems to be no limits to the amount of creativity and diversity of subject matter especially in areas of biography, major science events, scientific and technical innovation, the benefits and dangers of modern science, and science as metaphor. For the past 15 years, I and my colleagues have been running a science outreach series under the title Science & the Performing Arts at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. The objective is to bring science to students and the public in ways that are engaging, instructive, and artistic and always, content-driven: the medium is the arts; the message is the joy of science. This has resulted in over 120 science and performing arts programs which have been documented on the website http://sciart.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ . The author co-taught a course titled Staging Science, http://sciart.commons.gc.cuny.edu/staging-science/outline-of-the-course-staging-science/ with Marvin Carlson, Professor of Theatre at CUNY. An excellent book, Science on Stage: From Doctor Faustus to Copenhagen by Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, can be used to develop a customized courses on Science, Theatre and History for both science and non-science majors. The book's appendix includes an annotated listing of plays on such subjects as quantum mechanics, chaos theory, evolution, genetics and morality and responsibility. The talk will include many examples how courses on science and theatre can actively engage students and enhance active participation and learning. Supported in part by the National Science Foundation.

  6. THE EFFECT OF WEB-BASED COMPUTER-AIDED ART EDUCATION TO ACADEMIC SUCCESS BY CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH

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    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The general objective of this study is to examine the effect of the “Web Based Computer Aided Teaching” activity which is prepared according to the structural approach on the academic success of the students who study art at graduate level. With this study, interactive education material has been prepared for the web based computer aided teaching and teaching activity has been carried out with two separate student groups. One group has been subjected to the traditional teaching method, and the other has been subjected to the web based computer aided teaching. The success and the learning persistency of the students after the application have been examined. “Multiple subject – one factor experimental pattern” among the experimental models has been used as the pattern in the study. In this respect, the study has been carried out on the pattern with the pretest-posttest control group. A significant increase has been seen in the academic successes of the students who participated in the Web Based Computer Aided teaching applications when compared to the academic successes of the students who participated in the Traditional Teaching method. It has been revealed that the actions in the test group are more effective than those in the control group. Relying on the obtained results, it can be suggested that new studies can be carried out including the web based computer aided teaching applications for different lessons in the field of art education.

  7. NICT and competences in Colombia’s virtual distance university education: state of art

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    Jorge Eliécer Cárdenas Vargas

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available This article aims at showing a review of the literature around virtual distance University Education and analyzing four key categories : definition of virtual distance University Education, the relationship of the pedagogical approach and the New Information and Communication Techologies, competences and distance education strategies to be implemented in the educative institutions. On the other hand, this article is founded on the following inquiry process: qualitative research. theoretical search and review results in order to contribute to the research work on virtual distance University Education. Besides, emerging research lines on the mentioned categories are defined, and also the relevance of establishing academic and administrative policies concerning work at educative institutions and academic programs is stated.

  8. Active Art Education in a University Museum: The Example of the Barber Institute

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    Museums provide individuals with access to a variety of artworks at a quality and quantity that is not possible any other way. Museum education is of great importance to get effective benefit from museums. Nowadays museum education starts at an early age, and is simultaneously given in appropriate subjects of different lessons. Turkey has made important progresses in museum education and museum studies in recent years, but clearly there is much more to do when compared t...

  9. Visual Arts Research, 1994.

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    Gardner, Nancy C., Ed.; Thompson, Christine, Ed.

    1994-01-01

    This document consists of the two issues of the journal "Visual Arts in Research" published in 1994. This journal focuses on the theory and practice of visual arts education from educational, historical, philosophical, and psychological perspectives. Number 1 of this volume includes the following contributions: (1) "Zooming in on the Qualitative…

  10. The Boutique Liberal Arts?

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    Cohen, Scott

    2014-01-01

    The structure of higher education today, in conjunction with those actively trying to devalue a liberal arts degree in the public sphere, has set the table for what seems like a completely rational solution: finding a "niche." Broadly speaking, colleges offering a liberal arts education identify their "niche market" in terms of…

  11. 论艺术教育中值得发掘的“快闪”之美%On Exploring Beauty of“Flash” in Art Education

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    程美华

    2015-01-01

    21世纪新的艺术形式———“快闪”,不经意间进入大众视野,并迅速被世人接受。“快闪”是艺术教育中新的艺术形式,为艺术教育注入新鲜的血液,带给人们大众之美与创意之美,令人清新、温暖。%“Flash” ,a new art form in the 21st century ,enters into the vision of people and spreads all over the world .“Flash” as a new art form in art education injects fresh blood to art education and brings people creative beau-ty and public beauty ,making people feel pure and warm .

  12. Meta!Blast computer game: a pipeline from science to 3D art to education

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    Schneller, William; Campbell, P. J.; Bassham, Diane; Wurtele, Eve Syrkin

    2012-03-01

    Meta!Blast (http://www.metablast.org) is designed to address the challenges students often encounter in understanding cell and metabolic biology. Developed by faculty and students in biology, biochemistry, computer science, game design, pedagogy, art and story, Meta!Blast is being created using Maya (http://usa.autodesk.com/maya/) and the Unity 3D (http://unity3d.com/) game engine, for Macs and PCs in classrooms; it has also been exhibited in an immersive environment. Here, we describe the pipeline from protein structural data and holographic information to art to the threedimensional (3D) environment to the game engine, by which we provide a publicly-available interactive 3D cellular world that mimics a photosynthetic plant cell.

  13. Virtual learning scenarios for qualitative assessment in higher education 3D arts

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    Vicent Safont, Lluís; Villagrasa, Sergi; Fonseca Escudero, David; Redondo Domínguez, Ernesto

    2015-01-01

    Using enhanced learning technologies (TEL) including immersive virtual reality environments, we are seeking to achieve a new way of assessing subjects of 3D arts. We have developed a project based on Scenario Centered Curriculum (SCC), where the students have to think, design, convey, validate, and build a civil project using new technologies that help in the assessment process. We have used gamification techniques and game engines to evaluate planned tasks in which students can demonstrate t...

  14. 数字艺术的快速发展及人才教育培养的反思与探讨%The Rapid Development of Digital Art and the Self-examination of Digital Art Talents Education

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    2012-01-01

    Digital art is developing rapidly,the education of digital art talent is analyzed and the shortcomings of the existing problems of it is pointed in this paper.Self-examination of Chinese digital art talents' cultivation more than ten years is well done.The professional quality and the professional ability that a true digital art talents should have been emphasized.Digital art talents training target is redefined.The article points out the development direction and the good prospects of the future digital art talent training.%本文根据数字艺术的发展,分析现有数字艺术人才培养的弊端及存在的问题,究其根源,反思十余年来中国数字艺术人才的培养,强调一名真正的数字艺术人才应具有的专业素养,以及专业能力,重新进行数字艺术人才培养定位,指出未来数字艺术人才培养的方向与发展前景。

  15. Educação Física e Arte: reflexões acerca de suas origens na escola Physical Education and Art: reflections about its origins in the school

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    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available O texto tem como objetivo refletir sobre a origem do ensino da educação física e da arte (educação artística na escola, considerando, para tanto, o período dos anos finais do século XIX e início do século XX. Como estas áreas foram inseridas na escola? Quando elas são chamadas a fazer parte do processo educacional? Que tensões são colocadas nesse processo? Acompanhando a reflexão de Vago (2002, como se dá o enraizamento destas áreas no espaço escolar?The text has as objective to reflect about the origin of physical education and art (art education in the school, considering the period of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. How these areas are included in the school? When they are called to be part of the educational process? What are the tensions present in this process? Following the reflection of Vago (2002, as was the root these areas at school?

  16. Artificial Intelligence in Education--State of the Art and Perspectives. ZIFF Papiere 111.

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    Buiu, Catalin

    This review contains an overview of past and present trends in the application of what is called "artificial intelligence" in traditional face-to-face education and in distance education. The reviewed trends are illustrated with examples of research projects and results throughout the world. The first section of the review discusses intelligence…

  17. "Talent" and the Misrecognition of Social Advantage in Specialized Arts Education

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    Gaztambide-Fernandez, Ruben A.; Saifer, Adam; Desai, Chandni

    2013-01-01

    Attention has been drawn to the persistent underrepresentation of underserved populations in gifted education programs. Though a small number of working-class students, students of color, recent immigrants, and students with limited English proficiency attend these programs, access to gifted education remains closely linked to White and…

  18. Art Education in the Former Dutch East Indies in the 1930s: Questions of Different Cultures.

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    Van Rheeden, Herbert

    1990-01-01

    Analyzes drawings by children from a Dutch East Indies exhibition in 1937 organized by educator Johan Toot. Divides the drawings thematically and discusses how the drawings are influenced by various cultures. Describes how Johan Toot worked to replace rote learning with an activity-based education. (KM)

  19. Education of the Handicapped and Its Implications for Elementary Industrial Arts. ACESIA Monograph 7.

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    Calder, Clarence R., Jr.; Horvath, Lester J.

    The purpose of this monograph is to illustrate the implications of Public Law 94-142 on public education at the state and local levels. The first section illustrates the importance for all educators to be aware of the administrative design used in this piece of permanent legislation. The second section describes the major provisions of Public Law…

  20. Higher Education Distance Learning in Portugal--State of the Art and Current Policy Issues

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    Hasan, Abrar; Laaser, Wolfram

    2010-01-01

    The paper is based on a recent report given to the Portuguese Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education on "Reforming Higher Education Distance Learning in Portugal" (Hasan et. al. 2009). The report was grounded on on-site visits of leading Portuguese Universities, Polytechnics and Business Schools as well as on written statements of…

  1. Moving beyond a Human Relations Approach in Multicultural Art Education Practice

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    Chin, Christina

    2016-01-01

    While literature on multicultural education indicates that Human Relations approaches to multicultural education are the most commonly practiced, such approaches also tend to be the most heavily critiqued by theorists. Scholars often offer speculative theoretical suggestions on how to improve upon Human Relations approaches. However, ethnographic…

  2. State of the art of using virtual reality technologies in built environment education

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    Keenaghan, G.; Horvath, I.

    2014-01-01

    This paper reports on our major findings concerning the application of virtual reality technologies in built environment education (BEE). In addition to an analysis of the current trends and developments in current virtual reality technologies and systems, it also evaluates their educational usabili

  3. The Arts in Contemporary South African Higher Education: Film and Media Studies

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    Rijsdijk, Ian-Malcolm

    2016-01-01

    Twenty years after South Africa's first democratic elections, what is the state of film and media studies education at the country's higher education institutions? The article examines several key debates, from calls for the decolonisation of curricula to the tension between internationalisation and local research in local media industries. Is…

  4. Continuing Education Needs of Health Sciences Librarians Based on the State of the Art.

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    Berk, Robert A.

    Surveying the literature of librarianship during the 1970-74 period, this review emphasizes continuing education for medical librarians. While looking at the issue of continuing education, specific areas of need selected by medical library directors are also reviewed. The primary areas covered included: automation and computer application,…

  5. Sacred and the Profane in Advertising Art.

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    Zuk, Bill; Dalton, Robert

    This paper examines the arguments for and against inclusion of advertising art in art education programs, and presents a case for the educational benefits of critically examining advertising art based on museum masterpieces. A search for examples of fine art masterpieces used in advertising art examined which masterpieces are commonly used in…

  6. The Landscape of the Liberal Arts

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    Roche, Mark W.

    2013-01-01

    This chapter provides a rationale for the value of a liberal arts education, addressing briefly the recent history of the liberal arts, explaining the value of the liberal arts in diverse educational settings as opposed to simply residential liberal arts colleges, and exploring a contemporary rationale for the liberal arts.

  7. Martial arts, professional education and the apprenticeship system: Documentary analysis of Brazilian judo

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    A.J. Drigo; S. Souza Neto; J. Cesana; J.B.A. Gomes Tojal

    2011-01-01

    The aim of this research was to describe the process of professional education of judo coaches in Brazil. In order to do this, documental sources were used as means of data collection. Results showed that highly regarded institutions such as Confederação Brasileira de Judô, Federação Paulista de Judô, and Liga Paulista de Judô all support educational structures that resembles the apprenticeship system, that is, education which provide mostly employment-preparation skills for trained labour...

  8. On the Development of Art Education in the Era of "Internet +"%论“互联网+”时代艺术教育之发展

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    赵崇华; 李嘉璐

    2016-01-01

    挖掘“互联网+”的深刻内涵,探索“互联网+艺术教育”所形成的多层面意义,从多元艺术史观的建立、先进教学模式与教育设施的建设以及多维的艺术评议体系详细论述,向“互联网+”时代的艺术教育发展提供切实建议,以促进艺术教育发展。%This paper explores the profound connotation of "Internet +"and the multi -dimentional meaning developed by"Internet +Art education"by anaylizing the establiment of multielement art history,advanced model of teaching,the con-struction of educational facilities and the multidimentional art appraisal system.And then,the paper makes practical sugges-tions on the development of art education in the era of "Internet +"for the sake of the improvement of art education.

  9. Martial arts, professional education and the apprenticeship system: Documentary analysis of Brazilian judo

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    A.J. Drigo

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this research was to describe the process of professional education of judo coaches in Brazil. In order to do this, documental sources were used as means of data collection. Results showed that highly regarded institutions such as Confederação Brasileira de Judô, Federação Paulista de Judô, and Liga Paulista de Judô all support educational structures that resembles the apprenticeship system, that is, education which provide mostly employment-preparation skills for trained labour, in detriment of education on the application of scientific principles aiming at improving sporting performance. In conclusion, Brazilian judo seems to be kept away from the academic formation model and linked to the know how to do traditions.

  10. Mathematical Modeling, Music Literacy and Their Transmission in Fine Arts Education

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    Karaivanova, Maria

    2014-01-01

    Report published in the Proceedings of the National Conference on "Education and Research in the Information Society", Plovdiv, May, 2014 The work is dedicated to music literacy as one of the educational needs of the modern man as well as mathematical modeling as a mean of music literacy procurement. With simple mathematical tools it displays basic categories in music - tone height, musical interval, consonant tones and intervals, music tune, modal interval structure. Mathematical...

  11. Arte precolombino, arte moderno y arte latinoamericano

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    Gamboa Hinestrosa, Pablo

    2014-01-01

    ¿Cuál es la vigencia del arte precolombino? ¿Qué ha aportado ala corriente del arte universal? ¿Qué se deben mutuamente arte modernoy arte precolombino? Estos planteamientos nos sirven para establecerla vigencia del arte precolombino en Latinoamérica, buscandoantecedentes desde los tiempos de la Conquista hasta nuestros días.

  12. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Art Appreciation

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    Law, Sophia S. M.

    2010-01-01

    Background: Under the challenge of many post-modern theories and critics on art and art history, the boundaries and definition of art has becoming more diverse. Conventional art appreciation no longer covers all the debates and issues arising from the complex meaning of art in the modern world. Art education today must widen students' vision of…

  13. 75 FR 56146 - Arts Advisory Panel; Meetings

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    2010-09-15

    ... ARTS AND THE HUMANITIES National Endowment for the Arts Arts Advisory Panel; Meetings Pursuant to... given that four meetings of the Arts Advisory Panel to the National Council on the Arts will be held at... are approximate): Arts Education (application review): October 4-5, 2010 in Room 716. A portion...

  14. The Phylogeny and Ontogeny of Art.

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    Youngblood, Michael S.

    1987-01-01

    Argues all humans are profoundly capable of learning about, appreciating, and making art. Points out that for decades educators have stressed a nondirective approach to elementary art education in order to encourage self-expression. Concludes this approach should be re-examined; that art educators must constructively criticize children's art and…

  15. Art's Pedagogical Paradox

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    Kalin, Nadine M.

    2014-01-01

    This article contributes to conversations concerning art education futures through engaging alternative relations between art, education, and democracy that mobilize education as art projects associated with the "pedagogical turn" as sites of liminality and paradox. An analysis of the art project, Pedagogical Factory, is used to outline…

  16. The Potential for Meaning in Student Art

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    Gnezda, Nicole M.

    2009-01-01

    At the end of the 20th century, dialogue in art education shifted the goals of art teaching from a primary focus on studio production to an aesthetics and culture driven curriculum. Discipline-Based Art Education and, more recently, Visual Culture Art Education (VCAE) have provided students with a rich background for intellectualizing about art…

  17. Relational Aesthetics in Art Museum Education: Engendering Visitors' Narratives through Participatory Acts for Interpretive Experience

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    Choi, Sunghee

    2013-01-01

    This article explores how to ensure visitor engagement with art objects at exhibition spaces in art museums through relational aesthetics, which focuses on the intersubjective relationship that art objects arouse in visitors. In the 1990s, Bourriaud coined the term "relational aesthetics" in reference to interactive installation art, but…

  18. Review of Street-Fighting Mathematics: The Art of Educated Guessing and Opportunistic Problem Solving by Sanjoy Mahajan

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    Thomas J. Pfaff

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Mahajan, Sanjoy. Street-Fighting Mathematics: The Art of Educated Guessing and Opportunistic Problem Solving (The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2010. 152 pp. ISBN 978--0--262--51429--3 Street-Fighting Mathematics is an engaging collection of problem-solving techniques. The book is not for a general audience, as it requires a significant level of mathematical and scientific background knowledge. In particular, most of the book requires knowledge of Calculus I and there are examples that will require knowledge of Physics. At the same time, there are parts of the book that don't require this much background. While the title of the book may be misleading, as it is really street-fighting mathematics for people with a fair amount of training in the subject, there is a lot to be gained from reading this book, and calculus teachers may find it to be a useful resource.

  19. Aesthetic Learning: Art as an Integrating Element in the Teaching-Learning Process in the Superior Education

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    Anna Karenina Azevedo-Martins

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available The educational process is considered a mean for the empowerment of the individual contributing to enlarge perspectives in the professional practice. Being consistent with this construction is that, in many areas, traditional teaching methodologies have been combined and/or replaced by strategies based on the interdisciplinarity and the recognition of students as main agents in the teaching-learning process. Among the available teaching-learning resources, we have proposed the use of dramatic performances to explore distinct aspects of the Endocrine System, where students are invited to act as molecules. This aesthetic experience inspired the preparation of the event “Dom Quixote Meeting: a trip to re(learn diabetes, whose idea was to discuss and (rebuild knowledge and practices concerning this disease. In this scenario, we find out that the art, through the corporeity, was an integrative experience for the knowledge construction, development of skills and humanistic learning.

  20. Reclaiming the Art of Teaching

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    Lupton, Mandy

    2013-01-01

    This paper explores the art and craft of teaching in higher education. It presents a model of the relationship between art and craft drawn from the author's theoretical and empirical work, and provides examples from the higher education context to illustrate the model. It discusses the characteristics of teaching as art and craft and…