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Overby, Alexandra; Constance, Janelle; Quenzer, Barth – Art Education, 2022
In "Teaching Critical Thinking," bell hooks (2010) addresses education as the practice of freedom by explaining that we use "our intellect and our imaginations to forge new and liberatory ways of knowing, thinking, and being, to work for change" (p. 170). Speaking to the arts, Maxine Greene (1995) said that "of all our…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Change, Transformative Learning, Consciousness Raising
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Sions, Hannah Kim – Art Education, 2022
The widespread visibility of George Floyd's murder forced many to confront the realities of police brutality and racial inequities in the United States. Educational institutions, businesses, school divisions, and professional organizations (such as the American Educational Research Association [2020] and National Art Education Association [2020])…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Social Justice, Elementary Education, Art Education
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Wexler, Alice – Art Education, 2022
The study of ableism, often defined as disability discrimination and prejudice, is still nascent when compared with racism, homophobia, and sexism. Anti-ableism highlights the inequities of institutions, including public education, in the United States that are structured for the success of the White middle class and offer little hope and…
Descriptors: Art Education, Social Bias, Social Discrimination, Disabilities
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Savage, Shari L. – Art Education, 2022
Using inquiry as stance and narrative, the author describes, explores, and analyzes how the COVID-19 pandemic affected preservice school site observations and shaped her students' burgeoning knowledge of art curriculum, and acknowledges how the pandemic impacted her own pedagogy. The author draws from 18 preservice student observation reflections…
Descriptors: Art Education, Psychological Patterns, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Dewhurst, Marit – Art Education, 2022
There is much to say about teaching in this particular pandemic moment but neither the words to capture it fully nor the distance to reflect on its complexity. But this much is known: In order to heal as educators, as leaders of classrooms, and as facilitators of community, radical love needs to be invited into the classroom--even if the initial…
Descriptors: Art Education, Teacher Education, Teacher Student Relationship, Interpersonal Relationship
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McComb, Camilla; Leonard, Nicholas; Letts, Michael; Ruopp, Amy; Todd, Cindy; Yang, Guey-Meei; Zaszlavik, Katalin – Art Education, 2022
The transition to hybrid and online instruction during the 2020 pandemic presented unprecedented challenges to the field of art education. This resulted in newly formed communities of inquiry and support, representing a wide range of technological skills and teaching experience. This article spotlights the Michigan Art Education Association (MAEA)…
Descriptors: Pandemics, COVID-19, Teaching Methods, Preservice Teachers
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Acuff, Joni B.; Kraehe, Amelia M. – Art Education, 2022
After 2 decades and one pandemic, this millennium has brought a range of technological, educational, and social developments. Just think--social media apps, online instruction, and global protests for racial justice are rapidly becoming the norm. Therefore, a question that begs to be answered is, How are art teachers adapting their skills for this…
Descriptors: Racial Attitudes, Racial Bias, 21st Century Skills, Art Teachers
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Shipe, Rebecca – Art Education, 2022
Scholars emphasize how exercising the ability to critically evaluate both sides of an issue can reveal false dichotomies and promote an awareness of common ground among differing perspectives (Journell, 2019; Noddings & Brooks, 2017; Zimmerman & Robertson, 2017). As an art education professor in higher education and former elementary art…
Descriptors: Art Education, Teacher Educators, Cartoons, Personal Narratives
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Kraehe, Amelia M. – Art Education, 2022
Amelia M. Kraehe used to think that knowing more about race and antiracism would advance racial justice. Ignorance is the primary impediment to antiracist teaching, or so she believed. What follows is a reflection on what she observe and believe may be hidden barriers to antiracist practice in art class and my ruminations on what might be done…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Social Justice, Art Education, Art Teachers
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Huard, Marie – Art Education, 2022
While Tavakolian's work is featured in many Western publications, it is not always intended for a Western audience. In her speech to the seventh biennial Hamad bin Khalifa Symposium on Islamic Art, she used an old family photo to demonstrate how photography helps to build collective memory. Believing this framework to be largely missing in her…
Descriptors: Photography, Islamic Culture, History, Middle School Students
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Vanderlip Taylor, Kristin; Buchman, Kerry – Art Education, 2022
Teaching visual literacy provides students with tools for questioning and understanding the world while creating meaning through visual art. Wanting to know how students make meaning together while making art, this article centers the convergence of collaboration and visual literacy in early childhood artistic practice. Approximately 200 students…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Visual Literacy, Kindergarten, Young Children
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Sack, Jessica; Thompson, Rachel; Wang, Odette – Art Education, 2022
"Communities of practice" is a concept employed by Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner (2015) to refer to "groups of people who share a… passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly" (p. 1). In the museum context, a community-of-practice model provides educators the opportunity to…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Early Childhood Education, Partnerships in Education, Museums
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Krauss, Sarah; LaRiviere, Mark – Art Education, 2022
For the past 10 years, Creative Classrooms has partnered with schools to develop learner-centered visual arts programs for students in kindergarten through 8th grade. This program is part of the Children's Arts Guild, a New York City nonprofit. The program works with schools to train art educators through monthly professional development…
Descriptors: Art Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, Visual Arts
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Hanning, Kelly – Art Education, 2022
Despite new circumstances of teaching art on a cart, meaning the art teacher is moving from classroom to classroom to implement lessons from the position of guest, it was realized that the author could employ Teaching for Artistic Behavior (TAB) as a method to deliver a choice-based curriculum that supports social-emotional growth. As pioneers of…
Descriptors: Art Education, Teaching Methods, Social Emotional Learning, Classrooms
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Ellis, Jayme – Art Education, 2022
In this article, the author discusses the pedagogy she follows--the three-sentence curriculum of Teaching for Artistic Behavior (TAB): What do artists do? The child is the artist. The classroom is the child's studio. The author conducted a qualitative action research case study by following two cohorts of students into 2nd and 5th grade as they…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Academic Persistence, Art Education, Student Behavior
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