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Hanson, Michael Hanchett; Herz, Rebecca Shulman – Art Education, 2011
Art and creativity are closely linked in the minds of most people. When asked to explain why art should be part of the school curriculum, respondents commonly answer that art provides an opportunity for students to be creative and express themselves. As professionals who have worked with art education for years, the authors suggest a different…
Descriptors: Creativity, Art Education, Teaching Methods, Creative Development
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Rolling, James Haywood, Jr. – Art Education, 2010
Given current developments in contemporary art, learning theory and art education, Julia Marshall declares the timeliness for substantively new "ideas and models for art education." Clearly, the story of art education practice is ever evolving and has historically given place to new tellings. On the surface, relating professional…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Research, Teaching Methods, Inquiry
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Ryder, Willet – Art Education, 1994
Describes a cooperative program between York College (CUNY) and Public School 95Q in Jamaica, New York. Discusses how the preservice teachers work with elementary students in art, music, and reading instruction. Asserts that the program stimulate real-world readiness for the future teacher. (CFR)
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Teachers, College School Cooperation, Curriculum Development