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Butler, Anne Marie; Hahn, Christine – London Review of Education, 2021
This article presents a case study of a decolonized curriculum development in the Art History programme at the small liberal arts institution Kalamazoo College (Michigan, USA). It discusses the curriculum plan, methods for learning, assessment and potential applications for this approach beyond the case study. Paying attention to questions about…
Descriptors: Art History, History Instruction, Curriculum Development, Case Studies
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Rislow, Madeline; Smilie, Kipton D. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2021
As policymakers and other stakeholders continue to intensify their questions and critiques of art history's place in the higher education curriculum in the United States (U.S.), researchers have not pointedly addressed its place in the K-12 curriculum. How has art history been incorporated into K-12 art classrooms in the past, and how is it being…
Descriptors: Art History, Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Practices, Higher Education
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Vazquez-Manassero, Margarita-Ana; Manassero-Mas, Maria-Antonia; Vázquez-Alonso, Ángel – Journal for Learning through the Arts, 2020
An interdisciplinary approach to science education through history of art is proposed. The approach is innovative, as the artworks complement the history, philosophy and sociology of science contents to increase students' interest and motivation. The approach integrates humanities and science education through history of art, which requests…
Descriptors: Science Education, Art Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Science History
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Bolat, Kibar Evren – Eurasian Journal of Educational Research, 2021
Purpose: Conducting contemporary art lessons with a traditional art history view and a chronological approach leads to misinterpretations - and even to prejudices - of contemporary art as it is not progressing chronologically, cannot be assessed within specific stylistic forms and defined with strict lines, unlike previous traditional art…
Descriptors: Art, Art History, Art Education, Action Research
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Martikainen, Jari – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2017
Inspired by the affective and sensory turns in the paradigm of art history, this article discusses making pictures as a method of teaching art history in Finnish Upper Secondary Vocational Education and Training (Qualification in Visual Expression, Study Programmes in Visual and Media Arts and Photography). A total of 25 students majoring in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art History, Visual Aids, Teaching Methods
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Hutson, James; Olsen, Trent – International Journal of Technology in Education, 2021
The technology of virtual reality (VR) has had proven educational benefits over the last three decades. Yet, most research conducted on these benefits has been confined to the sciences, especially in Computer Science. The application of VR technology for the Digital Humanities is only now beginning to receive attention, but more study needs to be…
Descriptors: Art History, Computer Simulation, Humanities, Computer Uses in Education
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Faizrakhmanova, Aigul; Averianova, Tatiana; Aitov, Valerie; Kudinova, Gulnara; Lebedeva, Inessa – Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 2018
Coaching method is used in sports, business, psychology, and economics as a method to increase performance. The great potential of coaching also expands its application in education, namely in teaching History of Visual Arts. The author identifies the basic stages of coaching: goal setting; reality check; courses of action and will to act. The…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Teaching Methods, Visual Arts, History Instruction
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Rislow, Madeline; Nelson, Amelia – Journal of Museum Education, 2020
How do you make art history and art museum library research exciting and relevant to an undergraduate studio art student? And, how can an innovative learning experiment lay the groundwork for future utilization of the acquired course knowledge and the art museum library resources? One answer, as we discovered, lies in creatively utilizing a…
Descriptors: Museums, Libraries, Art History, College Students
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Garnet, Dustin – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2017
Evolutions within the field of historiography have been followed closely by historians of art education, and in recent years, a shift to arts-based constructions of history has radically redefined art education history. The question of how to do this new kind of history, both methodologically and theoretically, has been addressed periodically in…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational History, Historiography, Theory Practice Relationship
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Adom, Dickson; Kquofi, Steve; Agyem, Joe Adu – Journal of Education and Practice, 2016
The content of the Art History component in the General Knowledge in Art subject studied by various Senior High Schools in West Africa is largely of foreign art histories at the expense of the histories of African indigenous arts which are shallowly presented in the teaching syllabus to be taught students. This makes the students appreciate more…
Descriptors: Art History, Teaching Methods, High School Students, Course Descriptions
Sychenkova, Lydia Alekseevna; Storchai, Oksana Viktorovna – Journal of Educational Psychology - Propositos y Representaciones, 2021
This paper reviews one of the first systematic programs in the history of art, developed in 1877 by P.V. Pavlov (1823-1895), professor of history at the University of St. Vladimir in Kiev. It is stressed that P. Pavlov's program is a rare case of preserving the original curriculum of educational courses developed by Russian art historians of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art History, Art Education, Educational History
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Belleville, Rebecca – Art Education, 2014
In this article, the author examines how art educators can create narrators of art history rather than those who ascribe truth to the opinion of a few. She presents a series of tangible classroom activities that will potentially help art history become meaningful to students' lives. The author states that students have a right to access art…
Descriptors: Art History, Art Education, Class Activities, Narration
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Callahan, Sara – Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 2021
This essay offers a broad look at the way critique as a mode, method, and attitude in post-war art history research and teaching intersects with occurrences of critique in humanities scholarship and teaching generally, but also how distorted forms of critique occur in contexts outside the academic field. The essay outlines concerns raised by…
Descriptors: Art History, Art Education, Critical Thinking, Research
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Herscher, Walter R. – Social Education, 2013
While AP (Advanced Placement) Art History may be taught within the art department in many schools, social studies teachers are equally capable of teaching the course well. They have the historical background to discuss the reasons for changes in art styles. A teacher's preparation is similar to teaching a course stressing political history,…
Descriptors: Art History, Advanced Placement, Social Studies, Workshops
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Komatsu, Kayoko – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2017
In both England and Japan, art education was viewed as having nothing to do with self-expression, but was considered to be an efficient means for industrial development. In England, it was designed to train the eyes and hands of artisans. The art critic Ruskin has often been referred to in the context of the transition to self-expression in the…
Descriptors: Educational History, Art Education, Foreign Countries, Art
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