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ERIC Number: ED222412
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Aug
Reference Count: 0
Arts Education Inservice Training Project for Curriculum Specialists and Other Administrators. Final Report.
Kase-Polisini, Judith; And Others
An evaluation of the Artists-in-the-Schools (AIS) Program of Hillsborough County, Florida, showed that there was a need for more communication between AIS and the schools. Therefore, an arts education program was designed and implemented by AIS staff. Invited participants included curriculum specialists, principals, supervisory personnel, school board members, all artists employed for the AIS Program, and state officials. Six 1-day workshops were held during the school years 1981-82 to provide participants with an orientation to the AIS Program areas and insight into creativity and aesthetic experience; "hands-on" experiences in arts education; and ideas for integrating the AIS Program into their school programs. The developers wrote performance objectives for each workshop and then designed rating scales to measure these objectives. General evaluation results showed that 60 percent of the participants received enough information to design an AIS Program for their schools and communication between AIS and other educators improved. (Handouts, evaluation instruments, and sample action plan worksheets are appended.) (NE)
Descriptors: Architecture, Art Education, Curriculum Development, Dance, Educational Change, Educational Needs, Educational Objectives, Educational Strategies, Elementary Secondary Education, Film Production, Inservice Teacher Education, Models, Music, Photography, Program Descriptions, Program Evaluation, Theater Arts, Workshops, Writing (Composition)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Reports - Evaluative
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Department of Education, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: University of South Florida, Tampa. Coll. of Education.; Arts Council of Tampa-Hillsborough County, FL.; Hillsborough County Board of Public Instruction, Tampa, FL.
Identifiers: Artists in Schools Program
Note: Funding was provided by the Arts Education Program. Some pages in the appendices may be marginally legible.