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McNeill, Rickie – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Much has been written about the necessity for induction programmes that help students bridge the gap between secondary and tertiary education. Oftentimes the language around this issue focuses on perceived student deficit rather than institutional shortcomings, not least in discussion of students from Widening Participation backgrounds. The…
Descriptors: Research Skills, College Freshmen, Art Education, First Year Seminars
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Ruyter, Mia – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
With no possibility of teaching in prisons in person because of the pandemic, a group of social justice concerned art history graduate students offered a remote learning college course for people incarcerated in a detention facility in the United States. The culturally sustaining and trauma-sensitive course, delivered asynchronously via tablets,…
Descriptors: Art History, College Curriculum, Correctional Education, Institutionalized Persons
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Cassim, Fatima – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This article introduces playful learning as part of the decolonising project at institutes of higher learning in South Africa with specific reference to the discipline of communication design. Not only does the article interrogate the content of design education, specifically design for development, but more specifically the way that design for…
Descriptors: Play, Learning Processes, Communications, Design
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Wilkinson, Ryan Gerald – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
The ongoing marketisation of higher education in England can be understood both conceptually -- in terms of its ideological commitment to competition and accountability; and practically -- in terms of the way that it has altered higher education structurally in a variety of ways. Methods of standardisation and quantification offer validation and…
Descriptors: Marketing, Creativity, Design, Higher Education
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Wang, Yu-Han – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Cultural and creative industries have become prosperous, and successful examples in the UK have inspired many countries to commercialise their own cultures by integrating their cultural values into art and design production. Inspired by this trend, the aim of this project is to increase awareness of traditional Chinese cultural aesthetics in…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Aesthetics, Foreign Countries, Design
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Boulet, Suzanne – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This article is structured around three art objects I created and presented during the "iJADE" Conference in 2019. Through the description and manipulation of these tactile objects, which are designed in a way that allows for ease of interaction, we arrive at the concepts of familiarity and strangeness, attraction and repulsion that…
Descriptors: Art Products, Tactual Perception, Sensory Experience, Familiarity
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Dreamson, Neal – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Rapid technological advancement has changed the landscape of design education to be integrated with educational technology, and the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated its transition to online education. Pedagogical engagement with online education is unavoidable to ensure that the transition is successful when the situation ends.…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Design, Online Courses, Web Based Instruction
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Ibenegbu, Christopher Ifeanyichukwu; Ubah, Ritadoris Educhi; Okwo, Fred Amunabo – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
The study investigated the effects of children-generated illustrations and gender on pupils' achievement in phonics in the Udenu Local Government Area of Nigeria. The study employed a non-equivalent quasi-experimental 2 x 2 factorial research design. Some 172 primary two pupils from 4 schools were used for the study. The English Achievement Test…
Descriptors: Childrens Art, Illustrations, Phonics, Reading Achievement
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Inwood, Hilary; Kennedy, Alysse – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
This article explores how art and design education can contribute to the imperative of climate change and help societies adapt to living more sustainably. Drawing on methods from arts-based research and qualitative case study, it reports on an investigation into what can be learned from creating environmental art installations with preservice…
Descriptors: Art Education, Conservation (Environment), Activism, Preservice Teacher Education
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McLaughlan, Rebecca; Chatterjee, Ishita – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Good teaching requires pedagogical dynamism: a willingness to vary one's teaching approach relative to the context (and cohort) at hand, and to any new challenges that may arise from that context. This requires that teachers obtain a broad knowledge of teaching strategies and tactics. Given the demands of contemporary higher education, finding the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Architectural Education, Knowledge Base for Teaching
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Barchana-Lorand, Dorit – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
What happens to art education when the national school curriculum in Israel follows a 'core subjects' policy? Allocating only two hours for all five art subjects (visual arts, music, drama, dance and cinematic arts) that remain outside the core curriculum increases the social-economic gap between children whose parents can fund their art education…
Descriptors: Core Curriculum, Educational Policy, Art Education, Advantaged
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Leinonen, Teemu; Virnes, Marjo; Hietala, Iida; Brinck, Jaana – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
In recent years, digital fabrication, and especially its associated activities of 3D design and printing, have taken root in school education as curriculum-based and maker-oriented learning activities. This article explores the adoption of 3D design and printing for learning by fourth, fifth and sixth grade children (n=64) in multidisciplinary…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Elementary School Students, Grade 4, Grade 5
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Howard, Frances – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
Art education is often praised for its engaging programmes and inclusive pedagogies, with many initiatives created with the intention of widening access for those who are deemed to be lacking. This article investigates one such programme -- the young people's Arts Award, which is a nationally recognised qualification for young people aged 11-25. I…
Descriptors: Art Education, Awards, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries
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Paek, Kyong-Mi – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
The Korean government's policy toward art in schools and educational autonomy has recently undergone major directional changes, with the Ministry of Education (MOE) encouraging individual schools to find their own ways to become more self-regenerating, especially by developing community partnerships through art. This recently published policy…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, School Community Relationship, Art Education
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Lau, Chung-yim – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2020
It is common in the everyday art class to find many examples of avoidance, omission and exaggeration in young adolescents' depictions of the human figure. When students depict sophisticated human images, they make every effort to avoid the difficult parts, and some students tend to exaggerate the size or distort the shape of the human image. Art…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students, Art Education, Visual Arts
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