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Spendlove, David – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2007
There is a resurgence of interest in the powerful concept of emotion in current educational policy and practice. This article calls for the recognition and conceptualisation of a triadic schema for theorising the location of emotion within a creative educational experience. The schema represents emotion within three domains within current…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art Education, Emotional Experience, Educational Experience
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Gnezda, Nicole M. – Art Education, 2011
Art teachers are most successful when they teach the whole child, with an awareness of the student inside as well as the work that is being produced outside. Therefore, when teaching students about their own creativity and that of artists they study, it is helpful to understand complex neurological and emotional operations that are active during…
Descriptors: Creativity, Art Teachers, Cognitive Processes, Emotional Response
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Rakena, Te Oti – Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 2019
In this paper, I advocate that culture matters in music education and should be a measure we consider when we assess the quality of music-making in the community. Community arts education can address a multitude of social issues that impact marginalized communities if viewed through an appropriate lens. I propose historical trauma as an…
Descriptors: Music Education, Trauma, Art Education, Community Education
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Burkitt, Esther – Educational Psychology, 2018
The present study assessed concordance between child reported and adult observed strategies to depict single and mixed emotion in the same human figure drawings. 205 children (104 boys, 101 girls) aged 6 years 2 months to 8 years 3 months formed two age groups (6 years 2 months-7 years 2 months and 7 years 3 months-8 years 3 months) across two…
Descriptors: Young Children, Emotional Response, Psychological Patterns, Freehand Drawing
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Guimaraes Lima, Marcelo – Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 1995
Discusses Vygotsky's ideas in art psychology on the role of emotion in art, the nature of the aesthetic experience, the semiotic nature of psychological processes, and the foundation of a Marxist psychology and a Marxist aesthetics. Central to all of his ideas was his critique of Russian formalism. (MMU)
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Art Expression, Creativity, Emotional Development
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Stanko-Kaczmarek, Maja; Kaczmarek, Lukasz D. – Creativity Research Journal, 2016
Research has shown that creative performance, such as painting, influences affective and cognitive processes. Yet little is known about how tactile sensations experienced during painting determine what individuals feel and how they think while they create. Based on prior research, finger painting (compared to brush painting) was expected to…
Descriptors: Tactual Perception, Art Activities, Emotional Response, Metacognition
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Rouhiainen, Leena; Hamalainen, Soili – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2013
This paper looks into the significance emotions and feelings can have in a collaborative dance-making process. This is done by introducing a narrative based on a dance pedagogy student's writings. They contain observations of her experiences on being the facilitating choreographer in a dance-making process involving a cross-artistic group of…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Dance, Psychological Patterns, Graduate Students
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Richard, Donna Abely; More, William; Joy, Stephen P. – Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 2015
A severely impaired capacity for social interaction is one of the characteristics of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Deficits in facial emotional recognition processing may be associated with this limitation. The Build-a-Face (BAF) art therapy intervention was developed to assist with emotional recognition through the viewing and…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Interpersonal Competence, Emotional Response
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Tabuena, Almighty C.; Bravo, Carrie Danae S.; Dimalanta, Feliz Danielle R.; Jusay, Kate Ashley P.; Vitug, Martina Ysabel – Participatory Educational Research, 2022
This study aimed to examine the inclination state among selected Filipinos using the Appraisal Theory in evaluating the appreciation level as an advocacy perspective towards the Philippine culture and arts. This study employed a transformative mixed method research design, both quantitative and qualitative views were considered through a survey…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Advocacy, Art Appreciation, Culture
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Leiman, Tania; Abery, Elizabeth; Willis, Eileen M. – Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 2015
Research involving student and tutor responses to a "pedagogy of the heart" approach in a first year university health science topic revealed anxiety, insecurity and perceptions of unpredictability in relation to an innovative arts-based assignment designed to elicit and assess experiential or imaginal knowledge. Using the lens of…
Descriptors: Risk, Student Evaluation, Affective Behavior, Emotional Response
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Dunn, Julie; Bundy, Penny; Stinson, Madonna – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2015
Emotion is a complex and important aspect of participatory drama experience. This is because drama work of this kind provokes emotional responses to both actual and dramatic worlds. This paper identifies two key features of participatory drama that influence the generation and experience of emotion: commitment and connection. These features are…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Emotional Response, Emotional Experience, Facilitators (Individuals)
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Nogaj, Anna Antonina – Journal of Research in Music Education, 2020
This article addresses the psychosocial functioning of young people with artistic abilities. The study involved 354 students from music, art, and general education schools, ages 16 to 19 years. The research hypothesis was that the diversity of situations experienced by students studying at different types of schools could generate differences in…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Coping, Stress Management, Music Education
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Rettig, Perry R.; Rettig, Janet L. – Art Education, 1999
Reviews recent brain research in education. Provides five implications for teaching in art: (1) use emotion; (2) use different sense; (3) promote student self-direction; (4) enable social learning; and (5) encourage pattern finding. Describes two sample art units demonstrating how the five implications and art instruction can be integrated. (CMK)
Descriptors: Art Education, Brain, Color, Educational Strategies
Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education. – 1980
Papers included in this collection which were originally presented at the inaugural meeting of the Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education are: "Introduction: Toward a Socially Progressive Conception of Art Education" (R. Bersson); "Established Ways of Thinking" (J. Hobbs); "Needed: A New View of Art and Emotions" (A. Sherman); "Statement for…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Objectives, Educational Philosophy, Educational Theories
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Bell, Thomas R. – Journal of Poetry Therapy, 1991
Explores a view of both art and therapeutic emotion as primary acts of mind, or lived experiences. Argues that processes of artistic gesture or emotional enactment construct symbols from personal and interpersonal contexts and that an understanding of these processes as experienced and enacted calls for a narrative rather than a paradigmatic…
Descriptors: Counseling, Counseling Techniques, Emotional Experience, Narration
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