ERIC Number: ED375024
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
Supervision and Administration: Programs, Positions, Perspectives.
Mills, E. Andrew, Ed.
This anthology is a collection of 17 articles by arts supervisors and administrators. The authors discuss both specific and general aspects of art education program supervision. Topics include staff development, evaluation of art learning, integrating community cultural resources, establishing elementary art specialists, coordinating multiple arts programs, inner city programming, developing management skill, and art education from the state viewpoint. The volume includes: (1) "The Need for a Supervisor" (E. Andrew Mills); (2) "Art Beyond the School Walls" (Gene C. Wenner); (3) "Building Relationships: Quality Visual Arts Education in the 1990s" (Gretchen A. Boyer); (4) "Arts Administration in a City System: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania" (Laura J. Magee); (5) "Arts Education and the Effective Schools Research: Practical Strategies for Including Art in School Improvement Efforts" (Robert Eaker; Mary Ann Ranells); (6) "Elementary Art Supervision in the Los Angeles Unified School District" (Nan Yoshida); (7) "Art Specialist Versus Arts Generalist: Timely Considerations" (Ronald J. Topping); (8) "From Art Teacher to Art Supervisor: Views of Teacher Collegiality" (Katherine O'Donnell; Gary M. Crow); (9) "Uniquely Inner City" (Billie McKindra Phillips); (10) "Art Is for Everyone: A Systematic Approach to Implementing and Evaluating Elementary Art Specialist Services" (Richard R. Doornek); (11) "Partners in Art Education: Supervising Art Education at the State Level" (Martin Rayala); (12)"Art Education Curriculum: A View from the Classroom" (Larry N. Peeno); (13) "Arts Networking as Staff Development" (Carolyn White-Travanti); (14) "The Role of the State Art Specialist: Executive Management Survival Skills" (Mac Arthur Goodwin); (15) "Coordinating the Fine Arts" (Paul M. Patterson); (16) "Evaluation of Art Learning" (Sandra Finlayson); and (17) "A Status Report of the Art Program: Anchorage School District, Alaska" (Myrna B. Clark). Short biographic data about the authors concludes the volume. (MM)
Descriptors: Art Education, Community Resources, Cooperative Programs, Educational Administration, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation, Management Development, Specialists, Staff Development, Statewide Planning, Supervisory Methods, Urban Education
National Art Education Association, 1916 Association Drive, Reston, VA 22091-1590.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Policymakers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: National Art Education Association, Reston, VA.