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Abbie Cairns – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
The professionalism of artists and further education (FE) teachers is often questioned. This research will evaluate the impact this has on artist-teachers working in FE. Schön defines a professional as an individual who works in a highly specialized occupation. This article examines how this applies to artists and FE teachers, with reference to…
Descriptors: Professionalism, Artists, Art Teachers, Adult Education
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Chang Xu – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
This article investigated the multifaceted role of artists in educational programmes, focusing on the challenges they face while balancing their identity as artist-teacher, artist teacher, artist-educator, and artist educator. This research was conducted in two phases. Phase one interrogated the effectiveness of artists taking on dual roles as…
Descriptors: Artists, Art Education, Art Teachers, Foreign Countries
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Fiona Blaikie; Karen Maras – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
We compare epistemologies and aesthetics in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and the Australian New South Wales Stage 6 Visual Arts Syllabus, focusing on curriculum content, pedagogical praxis, and assessment strategies. Both curricula feature making, reflexivity, and critique. International Baccalaureate components are…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Advanced Placement Programs, Foreign Countries, Epistemology
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Sian Vaughan – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
Increasingly, doctoral education is being challenged to reflect and act on issues of access and equity. I argue that in art and design the expanding doctoral expectations and emphasis on doctoral community impact the multiple and intersectional concerns around diversity, equity and belonging that urgently need to be acknowledged and addressed. The…
Descriptors: Advantaged, Social Systems, Doctoral Programs, Access to Education
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Nicola St John; Fanny Suhendra – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
Design education in Australia is still largely dominated by Westphalian perspectives, values, histories and ways of learning. The focus on Euro-western aesthetics, technologies, timelines and processes marginalises other identities, cultures and places. This signals to students that they should internalise, value and master dominant narratives,…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Intersectionality, Design, Foreign Countries
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Tamara Borovica; Grace McQuilten; Renata Kokanovic; Larissa Hjorth; Angela Clarke; Camilla Maling; N'arweet Carolyn Briggs – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
'The Children's Sensorium -- art, play and mindfulness for post-pandemic recovery' was an exhibition that brought together sensory-based art installations featuring First Nations Connection to Country with mindfulness and embodiment strategies to enhance well-being for children (ages 4-11). As the COVID-19 pandemic slowly moves from the centre of…
Descriptors: Art, Play, Metacognition, Exhibits
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Pelin Efilti; Koray Gelmez – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
This paper aims to interrogate the design studio conversations between teachers and students in order to explore the indicators regarding empathy. To investigate design conversations occurring between design teachers and design students, participant observation studies were conducted at two universities in Finland and Turkey. As an empathic…
Descriptors: Design, Studio Art, Teacher Student Relationship, Classroom Communication
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Emel Cantürk Akyildiz; Yekta Özgüven – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
This research aims to question the effect of adopting non-formal and informal learning environments into architectural education on the overall learning experiences of architecture students. In this context, a series of out-of-school activities organised within the scope of Maltepe University, Faculty of Architecture and Design, which are based on…
Descriptors: Architectural Education, Teaching Methods, Informal Education, Extracurricular Activities
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Anna Robb – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
The majority of art education research in the United Kingdom originates from England; however, the devolved nations each have responsibility for education resulting in four different curricula working concurrently across Great Britain. It can be argued that in comparison to England, art and design education research in Scotland is an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Elementary School Teachers, Art Education
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Donna Goodwin; P. Bruce Uhrmacher – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
This paper introduces the life and work of art educator and designer Kurt Rowland (1920-1980) who authored the first set of textbooks on visual education and played a role in the shifting world of art and design education in post-war Britian. We detail the foundational experiences of his extraordinary life in the first half of the 20th century…
Descriptors: Art Teachers, Art Education, Educational History, Design
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Nicole Lotz; Muriel Sippel – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
Understanding changes to student wellbeing on design modules in a distance higher education setting is difficult. Previous research suggested that environmental, study and skills-related barriers impact the wellbeing of learners at a distance. This study sought to understand the experiences of barriers and what enabled distance design students'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Design, Student Welfare
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Veronica Garcia-Lazo; Valentina Donoso; Kata Springinzeisz; Rolando Jeldres – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2024
This article reports on research focused on a visual arts education course offered during a primary teacher training in Chile. It was driven by the increasing cultural diversity in Chilean schools, the potential of art education to respond to this context and the limited space that this field has in the national curriculum, an issue that is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Visual Arts, Art Education, Preservice Teachers
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Luo, Ning; Guan, Tao; Wang, Jinling – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2023
This study investigated visual arts college students' perceptions of the gender stereotyping of creativity and the influence of this stereotyping on creative self-efficacy. The sample consisted of 1198 Chinese visual arts college students. The results showed that (a) both male and female students identified stereotypically masculine traits as more…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Visual Arts, Art Education
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Iqbal, Mamuna; Awan, Usman; Asghar, Salman – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2023
This study seeks to explore the impact of social upbringing on architectural learning. The theory of "habitus" helps to understand how students' personality dispositions might affect the way they approach learning in the "field" of architectural education. The notions of learning approaches and knowledge codes in literature are…
Descriptors: Architectural Education, Personality Traits, Foreign Countries, Learning Strategies
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Özman, Gizem Özerol; Selçuk, Semra Arslan – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2023
Due to the pandemic conditions, hands-on courses in architectural education were conducted remotely and their presentation had to be reconsidered. Hands-on courses, by their nature, support learning and learner-instructor interaction in the classroom environment. It was necessary to develop innovative solutions to ensure this interaction in…
Descriptors: Hands on Science, Architectural Education, Computer Assisted Design, Foreign Countries
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