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Kan, Koon-Hwee – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2021
This article features a creative fabrication project assigned to participants in a short-term education abroad program at a Midwestern state university in the US. The Get-in-Touch assignment merged intercultural research and studio work to enrich and transform participants' travel experience in China. Several aesthetic stances (mimetic,…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Assignments, Studio Art, Travel
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Riley, Howard – Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 2021
Whilst the faculties of literacy and numeracy are rightly recognised as worthy of pedagogical nurturing, this article champions a more venerable articulacy -- "visualcy" -- crucial to a healthy culture, arguing that the one domain of human inquiry which distinguishes the visual arts from other disciplines is surely that surrounding the…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, After School Programs, Literacy, Numeracy
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Beach, Dennis – Ethnography and Education, 2020
Trangression is an act of challenging boundaries that separate apparently distinct oppositional categories objects. Examples are categories such as such as civilised/primitive, male/female, master/servant, Lordship/bondage. The article deals with such transgressions related to the evolution of class consciousness transgressive critical thinking.…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Critical Thinking, Neoliberalism, Social Class
Süzen, Hatice Nilüfer – Online Submission, 2020
Aesthetics as a discipline studies the nature, content, value and origin of art. The term 'aesthetics' originates from the Greek words 'aisthanesthai' (to hear, to perceive) and 'aisthesisi' (emotion, sense). Art depicts beauty when it reproduces the beauty in nature. Amongst the tasks of aestheticians when studying the universal structure of art…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Aesthetic Education, Art Education, Foreign Countries
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Merino, Amparo; Valor, Carmen; Redondo, Raquel – Environmental Education Research, 2020
Fostering interdependence with nature is a central goal of environmental education. Exposing students to nature has been a common practice in environmental education for nurturing this connection among students. However, this exposition is not always feasible, especially in the context of higher education, nor is it clear that exposure to nature…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Personality Traits, Teaching Methods, Environment
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Walker, Ayo – Research in Dance Education, 2019
In my investigation of dance curricula in US higher education, the dance discipline's primary pedagogical concentrations in classical ballet and Eurocentric modern dance techniques implicitly signal their centrality to the development of any academically trained dancer. This focus, in turn, generalizes and essentializes other cultural and…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, African Americans, Dance, Undergraduate Students
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Bennett, Delancy H. S.; Matos, Geraldo; Andonova, Yana – Marketing Education Review, 2019
Rebranding is a widely utilized practice to change the image of a brand in the minds of the consumer through major or minor changes in both its positioning and aesthetics. Yet, evidence suggests it is not meaningfully covered in many marketing classes. This project provides an innovative, engaging, experiential learning opportunity that can be…
Descriptors: Marketing, Teaching Methods, Team Sports, Merchandise Information
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Miralay, Fatma; Egitmen, Ziynet – Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 2019
The objective of this study is to examine the aesthetic awareness of art education academicians working in different higher education institutions of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Qualitative method and descriptive analysis were used in the study. A semi-structured interview form was created to reveal the views of academicians, and…
Descriptors: Art Teachers, College Faculty, Higher Education, Foreign Countries
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Garber, Elizabeth – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2019
Materials, making, and objects are important parts of an ecology of meaningful learning and teaching in art that must accompany the development of concept and social impact. New materialist theory suggests that matter matters to how life is lived, while emphasizing that animacy is inherent not only to what we think of as animate beings but to all…
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Materials, Visual Arts, Teaching Methods
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Sclater, Madeleine – Research in Comparative and International Education, 2018
The research presented in this article strives to answer the question: how do we educate for sustainability? I have provided evidence that arts-based educational research methods and major cultural resources provide very rich learning experiences that extend across disciplinary boundaries and can be crafted into pedagogical practices that help…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Teaching Methods, Higher Education, Educational Innovation
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Grushka, Kathryn; Hope, Alice; Clement, Neville; Lawry, Miranda; Devine, Andy – Peabody Journal of Education, 2018
New visuality in art/science pedagogies challenges teachers to rethink their curriculum and the role of digital new media in facilitating conceptual thinking and the role of the creative representation of knowledge. Recent neuroscientific research on cognition, perception, memory, and emotion inform and provoke implications for 21st-century…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Art Education, Science Education, Visual Learning
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Gibbons, Andrew – Policy Futures in Education, 2018
The papers in this special issue on the spaces of pedagogy speak to the failures of neoliberal thinking when applied to education. Their pedagogical critique of neoliberalism contributes to a considerable body of work focused on challenging the driving discourses of education (or more accurately, school) systems. The source of the tensions between…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Educational Policy, Higher Education, College Faculty
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Kardos, Leah – Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 2018
Having been asked to respond to Action Ideal VIII by the Mayday Group, concerning technology and its impacts on music education, what follows are some observations and reflections from my experiences teaching undergraduate music and music technology degrees in the UK. I put forward the idea that Post-Digital music aesthetics reflect an emergent…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Music Education, Active Learning, Inquiry
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Garrido, Juan Ramírez; Hernández-León, Elodia; Figueroa-Sandoval, Beatriz; Aillon-Newman, Mariana – Digital Education Review, 2018
This paper invites readers to reconsider the role of Art in the learning of social sciences in higher education based on the ability of the arts to promote understanding among students about their world of life. The new pathways opened up by multimodality offer access to vast repositories of images such as Flickr (Davies, 2007; Castañeda, 2009),…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Interdisciplinary Approach, Social Sciences, Teaching Methods
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Jennings, Kyesha; Petchauer, Emery – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2017
Leveraging the aesthetic turn in hip-hop scholarship, this article examines how some of the goal-directed and compositional techniques of DJs can be used to redesign and remix African American literature courses. Specifically, we focus on drops and blends, two moves evident among DJs and turntablists in hip-hop culture. Anchoring our analysis to…
Descriptors: African American Literature, Music, Musicians, Aesthetics
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