ERIC Number: ED223041
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980-Nov
Reference Count: 0
Adaptive Arts Techniques II: Oregon Adaptive Arts Techniques Project, January 1980-November 1980.
National Committee, Arts for the Handicapped, Washington, DC.; Western Oregon State Coll., Monmouth.
The document reports on the Oregon Adaptive Arts Techniques Project, a program to provide direct preservice and inservice training through a series of workshops to teachers and community agents in arts education and its application to handicapped students. Brief summaries are provided for workshop presentations in the following areas (the names of speakers/facilitators are in parentheses): art skills in puppetry (M. Knight), ceramics with handicapped students (L. Kitzman), the Whistletop Improvisational Dance Company (D. Gilbert and J. Petroff), suggestions for the secondary art teacher of learning disabled students (P. Holley), art and the autistic child (D. LeRoy), mainstreaming (K. Graven), keeping a steady beat -- rhythm activities (J. Kleinstein), sequencing and communicating a message (G. Melton), learning disabilities and art (E. Thompson-Green), and ceramics (P. Temple). The goals, programs, and projects of the National Committee on Arts for the Handicapped (NCAH) are also reported. The final section contains lists of resources generated from recommendations of NCAH Project Arts Resource team members. Resource lists are provided for consultants, films/media, organizations, and publications in the areas of visual arts, dance, drama, and music. Also provided are lists of general resources and resources available through NCAH. (SW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Committee, Arts for the Handicapped, Washington, DC.; Western Oregon State Coll., Monmouth.
Identifiers: Oregon Adaptive Arts Techniques Project