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Coutts, Glen – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
The title of this paper is derived from the advertising campaign of a well-known drinks company that claimed to reach the parts that its competitors did not. It could be argued that it is an equally appropriate description of the principles underpinning the Art and Design Directory, a weekend staff development event in Scotland. The mantra of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Professional Continuing Education, Faculty Development, Art Education
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Collet, Penelope J. – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
In postwar Australia, rapid population growth increased the demand for teachers. The colleges at Ballarat and Bendigo were revived and expanded by the Victorian Government. At Bendigo in 1955 F. M. Courtis, Head of Art Education, acquired art works initiating a valuable and significant teaching resource at the College. The study of the Courtis…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Handicrafts, Educational Resources, Art Education
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Galbraith, Lynn – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
This paper reports on a case study of the daily life of an art teacher educator. It examines the intellectual, moral, emotional, and physical undercurrents of this work and how these qualities are reflected within the daily context of the pre-service university or college-level classroom environment. To date, few research studies have examined the…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Teacher Educators, Participant Observation, Methods Courses
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Fussner, Hannah – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
In this paper I reflect on claims that artifacts, as alternatives to texts, can provide an effective means of access to learning. With reference to the work of Walter Benjamin, I analyse the role the aura of a ritual object played in engaging a group of Year 6 students, all of whom experienced various degrees of delayed literacy. Drawing on…
Descriptors: Literacy, Grade 6, Art Education, Instructional Effectiveness
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Esser-Hall, Gabriele; Rankin, Jeff; Ndita, Dumile Johannes – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
This case study takes as its focus the work of the Fine Art graduate, Dumile Johannes Ndita, who visually narrates his experience of life in contemporary South Africa. The artist graduated from Border Technikon, East London, an institution which teaches the narrative approach. It is the aim of the authors to illustrate how this method enables…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, Artists, Art Education
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Rayment, Trevor; Britton, Brian – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
In this paper Cognitive Abilities Test scores are compared directly with moderated GCSE scores awarded to the same group of pupils. For ease of interpretation the comparisons are presented in a graphical form. Whilst some provisional and tentative conclusions are drawn about the reliability of GCSE art, questions are raised about the general…
Descriptors: Cognitive Ability, Cost Effectiveness, Tests, Scores
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Macleod, Katy; Holdridge, Lin – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
The doctorate in Fine Art has had a troubled history in the UK. Although there are growing numbers of doctorates being undertaken and over forty institutions which offer doctoral study, there is still little understanding of this research culture. There is a developing literature, but it remains curiously focused on research methods and protocols…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Writing (Composition), Graduate Students, Educational Research
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Clements, Paul – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
The prisoner constituency is one of the most excluded in society. Addressing recidivism requires amongst other considerations, an enabling of these individuals to fulfil rehabilitative intent. The article argues that this necessitates an educational discourse and methodology that is embedded in concepts of emancipation and empowerment, where…
Descriptors: Art Education, Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Education, Correctional Institutions
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Wood, Joyce – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
How does the use of technology in Art and Design differ from its use in other subjects? What uses do art teachers make that might seem noteworthy to their colleagues in other subject areas? And are there respects in which ICT affects art teaching uniquely? The following report is drawn from two national, qualitative studies, carried out over four…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Art Teachers, Computer Assisted Instruction, Foreign Countries
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Gurel, Meltem O.; Basa, Inci – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
This article argues that interior/architectural design education favours a dominance of final presentation over the design process in the studio environment, particularly in the evaluation of a project. It suggests that the appeal of design juries for pleasant drawings, which may shift the emphasis from the project itself to its representation,…
Descriptors: Building Design, Art Education, Interior Design, Student Projects
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Maaswinkel, Peter – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
The beginning of the twentieth century was a period of pedagogical enthusiasm and renewal in the field of education. Based on a list of articles concerning art education published in Belgian periodicals between 1903 and 1923, the author undertakes an analysis of the title words in order to study how the subject was able to evolve. For this…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Art Education, Foreign Countries, Educational History
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Fawcett, Mary; Hay, Penny – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
5-5-5 Creativity in the Early Years has involved five early years' settings, five artists and five cultural centres working in partnership to support young children (3-6 years) in their exploration, communication and expression of creative ideas. This year-long research project has been inspired by the approach to education and the creative arts…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Practices, Young Children, Reggio Emilia Approach
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Savva, Andri; Trimis, Eli; Zachariou, Aravella – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
An in-service teachers' training programme was designed aiming to encourage art teachers to learn through theoretical and artistic experiential activities in a specific environmental setting (Lemithou environmental education centre, Cyprus). The programme was based on the use of the environment as an educational resource, and sought to develop…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Visual Arts, Case Studies
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Aguirre, Imanol – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
In the recent decades art education has tried to move away from the trends based on practical skills and techniques towards a greater stress on interpreting and understanding visual culture, created by the mass media. This approach implies a revision of the field of study and a redefinition of goals, replacing the study of art with a study of…
Descriptors: Social Change, Cultural Awareness, Popular Culture, Mass Media
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Romans, Mervyn – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2004
There is a dominant history of art and design education in Britain. This has been established by five books published in the 1960s and 1970s. They are Quentin Bell's The Schools of Design (1963), Gordon Sutton's Artisan or Artist(1967), Richard Carline's Draw They Must(1968), Stuart Macdonald's The History and Philosophy of Art Education (1970),…
Descriptors: Historiography, Art Education, Design, Educational History
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