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Stauffer, Karla – Art Education, 2019
The purpose of this article is to explore integrating nontraditional classroom art materials and allowing students to make art for nonart spaces. Art programs must stimulate creativity, innovation, and imagination; provide tools the students can use; identify a context the students can experiment within (Chang, 2015; Gude, 2010); and offer the…
Descriptors: Creativity, Art Teachers, Art, Art Education
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Furniss, Gillian J. – Art Education, 2019
This Instructional Resource focuses on the photographic work of Mississippi artist Eudora Welty (1909-2001). Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for "The Optimist's Daughter," Welty lived most of her life in Jackson, Mississippi. She used photography as a way to create visual "snapshots" that fueled her successful writing career of…
Descriptors: Artists, Photography, Visual Aids, Art Education
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Evans-Palmer, Teri – Art Education, 2018
Generalists as primary educators are in the position to integrate art frequently into classroom instruction (Seidel, Tishman, Winner, Hetland, & Palmer, 2009). Since their perceptions determine the quality and frequency of visual art experiences for young children, teacher education curriculum for this population is vital to the outcome of art…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Art Education, Teaching Methods, Journal Writing
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Etherington, Matthew – Art Education, 2018
In this article Matthew Etherington shares his experiences, successes, and challenges in implementing a 7th-grade fashion design unit in which he attempts to realize his curricular vision through critical visual culture pedagogy and role-playing. During the 4-week lesson period, Etherington's instructional checkpoints were broken into three main…
Descriptors: Clothing, Role Playing, Grade 7, Art Education
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Sanders-Bustle, Lynn – Art Education, 2018
In this article, Sanders-Bustle recounts what happened when university art education students created socially engaged art (SEA), "Project Unway" and "Project Unity," in the hallways of a middle school. The events represented in this article stem from activities that took place in a secondary art education curriculum course…
Descriptors: Art Education, College Students, Middle School Students, Grade 6
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Neves, Molly; Graham, Mark A. – Art Education, 2018
Place-based education incorporates local communities into school curriculum, recognizing the importance of local traditions, communities, and ecosystems, and emphasizing content that has reference to community life and local ecology. One elementary art teacher worked to connect place to her own artistic identity and to her work teaching elementary…
Descriptors: Place Based Education, Art Education, Elementary School Students, Inquiry
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Inwood, Hilary; Sharpe, Jennifer – Art Education, 2018
With a growing societal awareness of the importance of getting students outside as part of the school day, students and teachers alike are discovering the joys of taking art class outside. Drawing on natural and built environments in their local community, many art teachers are turning to their own school gardens as a fertile site for inquiry,…
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Activities, Art Products, Painting (Visual Arts)
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Chung, Sheng Kuan; Brown, Kathy J. – Art Education, 2018
This article examines Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea, a project developed by the Artula Institute for Arts and Environmental Education of Bandon, Oregon. Using art to shed light on issues related to trash found in the ocean environment, the Washed Ashore project brings increased awareness to this growing crisis and the resulting beach litter…
Descriptors: Art Education, Oceanography, Environmental Education, Exhibits
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McGarry, Karen – Art Education, 2018
Arts educators/leaders have a unique opportunity to broaden their professional acumen, seize the "A" for art in STEAM, and be recognized as partners in the shift toward inclusive, transdisciplinary learning environments. Partnerships can blossom in school settings among teachers interested in giving students broad and well rounded…
Descriptors: Art Education, STEM Education, Partnerships in Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Hunter-Doniger, Tracey – Art Education, 2018
This article describes a STEAM lesson focusing on Johnathon Green's landscapes and the science of the ecosystems in the coastal region of the southeastern United States. The learning that took place manifested into something more meaningful than just the intended lesson. The collateral learning included the fact that artists can be African…
Descriptors: Art, Artists, Social Justice, Geographic Regions
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Hsu, Li-Hsuan – Art Education, 2017
This article describes a culture-based art curriculum for preservice elementary education majors which incorporates activities through which they can explore, cultivate, and foster creativity, aesthetic awareness and self-expression through cultural awareness, understanding, representation, and identity. The author utilizes visual culture theory…
Descriptors: Methods Courses, Art Education, Creativity, Cultural Awareness
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Huard, Marie – Art Education, 2017
In this article, the author shares a lesson taught to a sixth-grade art class. Using contemporary art, the students were encouraged to observe the art and have focused conversations about the work. When these discussions are integrated into the daily work of artmaking, they help students understand what it is they are learning. The author's goal…
Descriptors: Sculpture, Grade 6, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Artists
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Rufo, David – Art Education, 2017
Art therapists use pictorial image making to help patients communicate feelings through creative expression and cope with traumatic experiences through the artistic processes (Ulman, 2001). With children, art therapy is used as a way to discern their emotional states and determine their relationships to the external world (Edwards, 2008). However,…
Descriptors: Art Therapy, Mathematics Anxiety, Creativity, Grade 5
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Mathes, Katy – Art Education, 2017
Student engagement and autonomy work to foster growth in students and increase the amount of time they spend creating artwork. Maximizing artmaking time for students is crucial. In elementary art, classroom management is key. In order to address her biggest struggle--classroom management at the beginning of class (student engagement, timing, and…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Personal Autonomy, Art Education, Art Activities
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Coats, Cala; Clyne, Denise – Art Education, 2017
When do we know that we are part of a swarm? What might a swarm look and feel like in an art classroom? These were a couple of the questions that began two art educators' inquiry into ways swarm intelligence operates in a learning environment that might "reinforce and strengthen your most creative thinking with a positive feedback loop"…
Descriptors: Art Education, Cooperative Learning, Independent Study, Student Behavior
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