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Stephens, Pamela; Fürst, Andrea; Walkup, Nancy – Art Education, 2021
Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000), an artist with different ideas of architecture, envisioned colorful buildings that incorporate organic shapes and forms, irregular patterns, uneven surfaces, and forests that grow from windows and rooftops. As early as the mid-20th century, Hundertwasser dealt with architecture in ways that offered…
Descriptors: Architecture, Building Design, Aesthetics, Color
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Macfarlane, Bruce – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2021
Neoliberalism is invariably presented as a governing regime of market and competition-based systems rather than as a set of migratory practices that are re-setting the ethical standards of the academy. This article seeks to explore the way in which neoliberalism is shifting the prevailing values of the academy by drawing on two illustrations: the…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, College Faculty, Ethics, Standards
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Schulte, Christopher M. – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
This article introduces and explores the concept of the deficit aesthetic. Particular attention is given to how the deficit aesthetic was made and the extent to which it continues to be sustained in early art education, especially in the United States. For many children, particularly at this time, the deficit aesthetic factors as yet another…
Descriptors: Freehand Drawing, Aesthetics, Art Education, Disadvantaged
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Smith, Stephen J. – Sport, Education and Society, 2021
Becoming educated physically need not be confined to gyms, playing fields, dance studios and aquatic complexes. A case in point is that of swimming which serves notice on training the body exclusively by offering an ecologically attuned, movement pedagogy. As an exemplar for the cultivation of the "body-subject" and its implication in…
Descriptors: Aquatic Sports, Physical Education, Water, Health
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Trifonas, Peter Pericles – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2021
How does a picture teach a viewer to look at it, understand it, and make meaning? (The theoretical basis of this article and elements of its expression have been drawn from Peter Pericles Trifonas. (1998). "Cross-mediality and narrative textual form: A semiotic snalysis of the lexical and visual signs and codes of the picture bnook."…
Descriptors: Visual Perception, Pictorial Stimuli, Semiotics, Picture Books
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Brady, Corey – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2021
This paper outlines the potential gains for Constructionist research and praxis in modelling that might be obtained by recognising the power of the Patch--a humble computational being in the NetLogo modelling environment that has been overshadowed by its more popular fellow agent, the Turtle. To contextualise this opportunity, I describe how…
Descriptors: Models, Computation, Thinking Skills, Computer Simulation
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Gilmore, Amir – Curriculum Inquiry, 2021
Inspired by jazz's epistemologies and structures, this article was written as a Black liberatory jazz album on Black Boy Joy. Threaded through musical tracks, Black Boy Joy is conceptualized as a Black spiritual Life Force and a liberatory emotional expression that refuses the anti-Black curriculum antagonizing Black boys. Black Boy Joy centers…
Descriptors: Music, Males, Blacks, Aesthetics
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Bae, Jaehan – Art Education, 2020
In this article, Jaehan Bae describes one of the assignments he created for an art methods course for education majors (preK-8). In it, Bae asked preservice teachers to research the food as well as other aspects of a culture of their choice. Through this assignment, he hoped the preservice teachers would "explore art and the world through…
Descriptors: Art Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Methods Courses, Education Majors
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Engel, Juliane – Ethnography and Education, 2020
The article aims to develop a theory of biographical knowledge and practices of aesthetic articulation. Thus, it examines the aesthetic practices of young people beyond their verbal utterances. Using seven video case studies, it demonstrates the extent to which biographical knowledge is articulated in aesthetic practices -- drawing, dancing,…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Aesthetics, Video Technology, Case Studies
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Alifuoco, Annalaura – Research in Drama Education, 2020
Within the framework of performance, affects have largely been invoked to explain embodied visceral responses to texts. What I propose here instead is to introduce the dimension of affect as a matter of form (Brinkema [2014]. "The Forms of the Affects." Durham, NC: Duke University Press). In other words, the formal composition of…
Descriptors: Performance, Emotional Experience, Guidelines, Emotional Response
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Gulati, Nidhi – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2020
Jacques Rancière is a contemporary philosopher who theorises about everyday social life. His writings explore an anti-positivist social history, linking it with contemporary political thought. He positions the 'sensible' as a political construct, as a way of both being and transcending the conditions of cultural and social life. Rancière's oeuvre…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Aesthetics, Political Attitudes, Democracy
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Hadley, Bree – Research in Drama Education, 2020
In this article, I propose that investigation of allies, ally skills, and allyship in disability arts is overdue. I articulate some of ways in which non-arts approaches to allyship need to be adapted to meet the needs of disabled artists, given the aesthetic as well as professional and social dimensions of allyship distinctive to disability arts.…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Art, Artists, Aesthetics
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Heimans, Stephen; Biesta, Gert – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2020
Gert Biesta is one of the leading contemporary educational theorists. He was a keynote speaker at the recent ATEA Conference (July, 2019) at the Sunshine Coast in Australia and generously gave Stephen Heimans some time for an interview in which Gert talked about his latest work and the trajectory of his thinking and writing over his career.
Descriptors: Educational Research, Educational Theories, Educational Objectives, Aesthetics
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Nissen, Morten – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this article I discuss how drug counselling can be transformed through "aesthetic documentation": a hybrid of art with narrative practice. After outlining the concepts of performance and standards, and a critique of "customising" counselling through formalised feedback, five claims are made about "aesthetic…
Descriptors: Drug Addiction, Counseling, Evidence Based Practice, Aesthetics
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Tolbert, Sara; Bazzul, Jesse – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
This paper positions Aesthetics, specifically the politics of Aesthetics, as a frame for approaching traditionally conservative subfields of education, such as science education. Drawing primarily from Jacques Rancière's work on Aesthetics and Politics, and Donna Haraway's work with String Figures (SF), we outline the political stakes of engaging,…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Science Education, Politics, Justice
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