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ERIC Number: ED082433
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 44
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Teaching Gifted Students Art in Grades Ten Through Twelve.
Luca, Mark C.
The guide for teaching gifted students art in grades 10 through 12 stresses the importance of art education and of the role of the teacher for a successful art program. Among topics considered in an overview of art instruction are characteristics of art, the tradition of art, higher intellectual skills developed by art, and art and creativity. Discussed as important for art curriculum development are curriculum objectives, appropriate emphases in the art program, policy and strategy of grouping, acceleration of the gifted, enrichment, guidance of the gifted, and evaluation of student work. Other curriculum considerations examined are content of the basic art course, art in subject-area skills, higher intellecutual skills, the development of creativity, interrelated programing with other subject areas, and continuity and articulation in the art program. Further considerations noted include the role of the art teacher, organization and facilities in the art program, and innovative art programs. (DB)
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Authoring Institution: California State Dept. of Education, Sacramento. Div. of Special Education.