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Tóth, Alisa; Molnár, Gyöngyvér; Kárpáti, Andrea – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Bauhaus, the German arts and crafts college, is 100 years old this year. One of the revolutionary features of its pedagogical programme was the methodology of teaching about colour, elaborated by Johannes Itten and Paul Klee, leading Bauhaus masters, and further developed by their disciples, Joseph Albers and György (George) Kepes. This…
Descriptors: Color, Art Education, Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods
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Bremmer, Melissa; Heijnen, Emiel; Kersten, Sanne – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Teachers in arts education frequently struggle with their professional identity. When asked, arts teachers often answer that they believe that their main responsibility is education at the expense of understanding themselves as artists. The Mexican-American artist and teacher Jorge Lucero questions whether an occupation as teacher necessarily…
Descriptors: Art Teachers, Artists, Professional Identity, Art Education
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Hofverberg, Hanna; Westerlund, Stina – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Design and craft education, like that of the Swedish school subject, Sloyd, has great potential for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). With so many possibilities, it is relevant to investigate what teachers teach about sustainability, and how. Therefore, the aim of this article is to examine what Sloyd teachers express that they do as…
Descriptors: Design Crafts, Handicrafts, Art Education, Art Teachers
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Pöllänen, Sinikka Hannele – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
In Finland, the National Core Curriculum for basic education from 2014 discusses holistic and multi-material craft, which includes technical work and textile work aiming to break down the gender-based tradition in craft education. However, teachers have been confused about the concept of multi-materiality; it has raised tension between textile…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Handicrafts, Compulsory Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Lekue, Pablo – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2015
This study aims to analyse artistic understanding in primary and secondary education and the relationship between this understanding and motivational characteristics such as goal orientation, engagement in art activities and attitude to art education at school, which determine (according to prior research) learners' academic achievement, in…
Descriptors: Correlation, Elementary Secondary Education, Art Education, Goal Orientation
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Steers, John – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2014
This article traces the development of a new National Curriculum in England following the general election of 2010. The prevailing political ideology of an approach based on securing "core knowledge" in a limited range of preferred "academic" subjects and its deleterious impact on the arts in schools is described. The vigorous…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Curriculum Development, National Curriculum, Politics of Education
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Souleles, Nicos – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2013
This article traces the historical evolution of instructional methods in art and design education in Britain to identify the influences that inform current practices and compare the latter against recent debates on what are design education and designer in the context of the global economy and the widespread use of information and communication…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art Education, Design, Instruction
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Lerner, Fern – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2012
Research concerning the basic course known as Foundations of Art and Design strengthens the pedagogical approach for K-16 art and design education. The version of Foundations introduced to America by Josef Albers, although hardly changed, is shown to have continued, timeless relevance. Next, a sequential, implicit logic is revealed in linking the…
Descriptors: Art Education, Design, Introductory Courses, Aesthetics
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Kirlew, Stefanie – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2011
Ideas and issues based contemporary art is often seen as something to be avoided in schools, as the controversial subjects that it broaches are often perceived as problematic and inappropriate. However, by censoring education, it can be seen that educators are missing vital opportunities to confront the relevant personal, social, political and…
Descriptors: Art Education, Secondary Education, Art Teachers, Controversial Issues (Course Content)
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Stanhope, Clare – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2011
This article examines a case study of an A-Level student's work and how the inclusion and integration of my own practice as artist-teacher into the classroom has changed the teacher-student relationship, resulting in a more collaborative environment. It investigates how the mutual sharing of practice supports opportunities for pupils to discuss…
Descriptors: Artists, Art Teachers, Art Education, Teacher Student Relationship
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Haanstra, Folkert – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2010
This article deals with the forms and contents of self-initiated art works: the kind of learning that takes place in the production of self-initiated art works as well as the relationships with school art. We interviewed 52 Dutch students (aged between 10 and 14) from different schools of primary and secondary education, and their art teachers.…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Art Education, Intentional Learning, Experiential Learning
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Thomas, Kerry – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2010
Art teachers are renowned for their claims that the creative properties of their senior secondary pupils' artworks occur as a result of the realisation of a creative process. Drawing on my recent ethnographic studies in senior art classrooms in Sydney, Australia, and Illinois, USA, I uncover a sociological, rather than a psychological explanation…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Foreign Countries, Art Teachers, Teacher Student Relationship
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Lee, Hyun-Kyung; Breitenberg, Mark – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2010
This article focuses on current examples of project or design-based learning at the secondary school level in the context of the increasing importance of creativity and innovative thinking in the twenty-first century. The authors argue that students today learn more effectively in pedagogical practices that emphasise holistic thinking, active…
Descriptors: Schools of Education, Design, Elementary Secondary Education, Visual Aids
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Carroll, Maureen; Goldman, Shelley; Britos, Leticia; Koh, Jaime; Royalty, Adam; Hornstein, Michael – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2010
The purpose of the Taking Design Thinking to Schools Research Project was to extend the knowledge base that contributes to an improved understanding of the role of design thinking in K-12 classrooms. The ethnographic qualitative study focused on the implementation of an interdisciplinary design curriculum by a team of university instructors in a…
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Class Activities, Learning Activities, Elementary Secondary Education
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Pollanen, Sinikka – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2009
Craft education in Finland is, in many aspects, in a state of change. This concerns the independent position of craft as a school subject, the content of the compulsory craft courses containing textiles and technical work, the implementation of the new concept of a holistic craft process in the National Core Curriculum and so on. This bears…
Descriptors: Core Curriculum, Handicrafts, Foreign Countries, Models
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