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Jeffrey L. Broome; Renee Sandell – National Art Education Association, 2023
"Real Lives Now: Narratives of Art Educators and 21st Century Learning" showcases the stories and day-to-day lives of contemporary art teachers. The featured educators--including several art teachers, an art museum educator, and an art supervisor--have a particular set of problems and opportunities within a particular locale, community,…
Descriptors: Art Teachers, Art Education, Museums, Supervisors
Ní Bhroin, Máire – National Art Education Association, 2021
As a visual arts educator in teacher education, the author is aware of the complexity of assessing art at the primary level. Most authorities recommend a formative style of assessment for art, but how can this work in practice in the primary classroom? This paper focuses on the perspectives and experiences of the child. It defines the…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Art Education, Childrens Art, Student Evaluation
Keifer-Boyd, Karen, Ed.; Hoeptner Poling, Linda, Ed.; Klein, Sheri R., Ed.; Knight, Wanda B., Ed.; Pérez de Miles, Adetty, Ed. – National Art Education Association, 2021
"Lobby Activism: Feminism(s) + Art Education is" the scholarly examination of a decade (2008-2018) of feminist activism by 45 contributors. This anthology provides both a history of the annual lobby activism events of the National Art Education Association Women's Caucus (NAEA WC) and of the resulting pathways toward eradicating gender…
Descriptors: Feminism, Art Education, Activism, Teaching Methods
National Art Education Association, 2021
The National Art Education Association (NAEA) believes, given the research on employment trends and, anticipating that a variety of new career opportunities will emerge over time, that visual arts education is essential to every learner's educational foundation and training for future employment in an increasingly complex and interconnected world.…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Labor Force, Employment Opportunities, National Organizations
Bates, Jane K. – National Art Education Association, 2020
"Uniting Body, Mind, and Spirit Through Art Education: A Guide for Holistic Teaching in Middle and High School" empowers art learners to have experiences that engage the spirit along with the body and the mind in deeper ways of seeing, being, and relating in the world. This timely resource, written to support both the veteran educator…
Descriptors: Art Education, Holistic Approach, Middle Schools, High Schools
National Art Education Association, 2020
The arts disciplines (visual arts, music, theatre, and dance) merit and require formal study. Policy makers should support studies in the arts as core disciplines, as specified in the "Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)," the federal legislation that sets policy and appropriations for public education. The arts merit and…
Descriptors: Art Education, Early Childhood Education, Equal Education, Graduation Requirements
Sickler-Voigt, Debrah C. – National Art Education Association, 2020
When first studying children's artistic development, many preservice teachers feel amazed as they learn students' artistic capabilities and see how students can thrive under the guidance of effective art educators. Teaching a standards-based art curriculum skillfully and with care requires art educators to be familiar with developmentally…
Descriptors: Child Development, Childrens Art, Developmentally Appropriate Practices, Student Journals
Hu, Jun – National Art Education Association, 2020
Self-assessment is crucial to visual art learning. Firstly, because the art experience is personalized, any external assessment is insufficient and deficient; secondly, because an individual's creativity is inexhaustible, any acquired criteria of assessment are too static for an open-ended process that is multidirectional and with infinite…
Descriptors: Poetry, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Visual Arts, Art Education