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Nolte-Yupari, Samantha T.; Bailey Jones, Rachel – Art Education, 2020
In this article, the authors reflect on a storytelling tunnel book project, from their interdisciplinary course Art & Social Justice for nonmajors at Nazareth College, a small, private, liberal arts college in New York. The authors argue that in an era of increased political polarization, rising racism, and xenophobia, storytelling is a…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Story Telling, Racial Bias, Race
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Huard, Marie – Art Education, 2020
In the United States, Christianity is the religion of the majority, about 70% of people. Almost 23% are unaffiliated, and slightly less than 7% practice other religions (Sandstrom, 2016). While 7% may not sound like a lot, it means that a growing number of Americans have neighbors, schoolmates, and colleagues who practice diverse, often…
Descriptors: Art Products, Religion, Art Education, Christianity
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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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Hudson, Audrey – Art Education, 2020
Although all things about hip-hop culture are not positive, indigenous hip-hop offers narratives of nationhood, pride, resurgence, and calls for Indigenous sovereignty. Through this art form, one gets to see traditional dance steps merged with b-boy/girl styles and graffiti that interrupts the urban landscape with images of history and hope.…
Descriptors: Music, Musicians, Indigenous Populations, Urban Areas
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Poskas, Sara Orr – Art Education, 2020
Today several contemporary artists are using their artistic talents to help bring attention to the immigration debate. Westover School, the independent school where author Sara Poskas teaches, decided to address these issues by inviting one such artist--award-winning artist and architect Mohamad Hafez, a native-born Syrian, raised in the Kingdom…
Descriptors: Immigration, Immigrants, Diversity, Art Products
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Lifschitz-Grant, Naomi – Art Education, 2020
In the vast repository of research on family involvement in schools, researchers agree that both students and schools do better when families are involved (Epstein et al., 2009; Lareau, 2011; Mapp, 2002). There is little research, however, on parent involvement in the arts. Notwithstanding the lack of published data, programs offer funding and…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Art Education, Parent Participation, Partnerships in Education
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Lentz, Alex; Buffington, Melanie L. – Art Education, 2020
Activism and art have been intertwined for many years. For instance, songs including "A Change is Gonna Come" (Cooke, 1964), "We Shall Overcome" (Tindley, 1900), and "Freedom Highway" (The Staples Singers, 1965) were an important part of the Civil Rights movement. Further, protest imagery, usually in the form of…
Descriptors: Activism, Artists, Foreign Countries, World Problems
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Odden, Chelsea M. – Art Education, 2020
In this article, Chelsea Odden describes a unit she designed for her advanced drawing course that integrated reflection strategies at various points, creating opportunities for students to reflect on their artmaking more often and in different ways (Hetland, Winner, Veenema, & Sheridan, 2013). Designing the unit with several different…
Descriptors: Reflection, Studio Art, Freehand Drawing, Units of Study
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DiCindio, Carissa – Art Education, 2020
Open-ended guided tours and choices on tours have become more common in art museums as educational and curatorial practices focus on visitor-centered experiences. What can museums do to help set the stage for these types of interactions between visitors, the museum, and works of art through programming and tours? In this article, the author…
Descriptors: Museums, Arts Centers, Art Education, Nonschool Educational Programs
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Cooper, Yichien; Zimmerman, Enid – Art Education, 2020
Concept mapping is a form of visual organization that can be used to categorize and represent knowledge about a particular subject or related subjects and foster development of these critical skills. A strategy initiated in the late 1990s (Novak, 1998), concept mapping employs concepts and propositions as central elements in structuring knowledge…
Descriptors: Concept Mapping, Art Education, Educational Research, Lesson Plans
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Kwon, Hyunji – Art Education, 2020
Despite the dramatic increase in the number of graphic novels created and published, and the growing popularity of graphic novels among students, some teachers think that certain sexual and violent imagery in graphic novels renders them unsuitable for teaching (Weiner, 2003). Additionally, the lack of cultural diversity and the depiction of…
Descriptors: Cartoons, Novels, Preservice Teacher Education, Art Teachers
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Bassi, Merfat – Art Education, 2020
Recently, many studies have discussed the importance of meditation and artmaking in the art classroom (Ganley, 2017; Kohler, 2012; Patterson, 2015; Phillips, 2016; Rohloff, 2008). The practice of meditation and artmaking not only promotes the physical health of the body but also develops the inner attitude of self and identity. Often artmaking and…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Metacognition, Computer Software, Art Education
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Rogers, Allison – Art Education, 2020
Given the unavoidable prevalence of death in the world, the author writes that she finds it interesting that teachers devote little if any class time to the topic of grief. Teachers often avoid talking about recent losses, cloak death in metaphors and euphemisms, and feel discomfort around grieving students. Yet death still comes to classrooms.…
Descriptors: Death, Grief, Emotional Development, Literacy
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Williams, Rebecca; Debban, Elizabeth – Art Education, 2020
In this article, the authors discuss how incorporating traveling sketchbooks into their preservice art education and high school classrooms allowed students' situated knowledge to cross the boundaries of age and location. They begin with an overview of the evolution of sketchbook use in art education and the emergence of traveling sketchbooks.…
Descriptors: Freehand Drawing, Art Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Dean, Kayla P.; Bertling, Joy G. – Art Education, 2020
Encompassing complex scatter plots, visually friendly infographics, and surprising works of contemporary art, data visualizations are as diverse as the disciplines from which they emerge. Over the past few decades, a strand of data visualizations has emerged that engage with ecological and sustainability topics and issues, such as concerns for the…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Data, Ecology, Artists
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