ERIC Number: ED426020
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Art & Fact: Learning Effects of Arts Education. A Collection of Lectures Given during the Two Day International Conference in the World Trade Center, Rotterdam (The Netherlands, March 27-28, 1995).
LOKV, Netherlands Inst. for Arts Education, Utrecht.
This collection of lectures focuses on the learning effects of arts education. Presentations are provided for participants to learn the latest research findings in arts education and the development of theories and practice. The insights can be subdivided into learning effects of arts education and assessment of arts education. Presentation titles include: (1) "Visual and Verbal Learning in Art: The Consequences of Developments in Aesthetics for Art Education and the Psychology of Art" (Michael J. Parsons); (2) "What You See and What You Get: Assessment and Its Constituents" (Ronald N. MacGregor); (3) "Developments in Art Theories. Aesthetics, and Their Implications for Curriculum Content and Evaluation in Arts Education" (Willem Elias); (4) "Objects of Assessment: What Aspects of Learning Effects Do We Assess: Products and/or Processes?" (Donna Kay Beattie); (5) "Naive Versus Sophisticated Viewers: The Effects of Learning and Experience on Aesthetic Perception and Appreciation" (Paul Hekkert); (6) "Assessing Learning Effects in the Visual Arts: What Criteria Should Be Used?" (Doug Boughton); (7) "Does Research on Aesthetic Responses to Music Have Any Implications for Arts Education?" (David Hargreaves); (8) "Why Assess?" (Peter Hermans); (9) "Art Learning in Developmental Perspective" (Norman H. Freeman); (10) "They Make Me Play Better than I Do: New Approaches to Evaluating Arts Education Programmes" (Dennie Palmer Wolf and Dana Balick); (11) "Teaching Children To Draw" (Maureen V. Cox); (12) "Effects of Arts Education in Primary and Secondary Education on Cultural Consumption and Socioeconomic Careers in Later Life" (Harry B. G. Ganzeboom); (13) "Children's Talent in Fine Art: Optimisers and Obstructions" (Joan Freeman); (14) "Evaluating Artists in Schools Programmes" (Ken Robinson); (15) "Music in Perspective" (Gert-Jan de Haas); (16) "Arts Education Programmes in Germany" (Konrad Jentzsch); and (17) "Final Comments" (John Steers). (EH)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Aesthetic Values, Aesthetics, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Fine Arts, Foreign Countries, Humanities, Music Appreciation, Program Evaluation, Visual Arts
LOKV Netherlands Institute for Arts Education, Ganzenmarkt 6, P.O. Box 805, 3500 AV Utrecht, Netherlands.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: LOKV, Netherlands Inst. for Arts Education, Utrecht.