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National Art Education Association, 2007
The 2007-2010 strategic plan for the National Art Education Association places a priority on creating a learning organization that will help to advance the mission of the organization and effectively meet the challenges of the 21st century. The plan is guided by four major strategic goals: (1) Learning: Focus on exemplary professional development…
Descriptors: Professional Associations, Organizational Objectives, Strategic Planning, Visual Arts
Berghoff, Beth; Borgmann, Cindy Bixler; Parr, N. Carlotta – National Art Education Association, 2005
This book explores how the arts, with their focus on aesthetic ways of knowing, impact the learning of our college students. Chapter 1, "Jamie: A Learner Profile," profiles the learning of Jamie, an elementary art teacher who was a student in a 2-week summer courses. The book starts with this profile to metaphorically prime the pump with images,…
Descriptors: Art Education, Teacher Education, Profiles, College Students
Strokrocki, Mary, Ed. – National Art Education Association, 2005
The influence of discipline-based art education has been transformed into new avenues for teaching and learning that require an array of bridges to traverse creating new approaches and settings for art teaching and learning. The concept of interdisciplinary learning is one that should be scrutinized closely and research and practical applications…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, Art Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
Erickson, Mary, Ed. – National Art Education Association, 2005
The feature article of this issue of Translations: "Educational Reform and Its Connection to Art Instruction: Art and Writing" (James Blasingname) presents the history and purposes of art education. This purpose falls within the broadly stated "Art for Life's Sake." The editors chose articles that "promote research on how people grapple with life…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Social Problems, Art Education, Educational History
Geahigan, George – National Art Education Association, 2005
Most art teachers are puzzled about what educational philosophy is and why it is needed. On the one hand, they feel that they should be able to articulate a guiding philosophy for what they do in the classroom. But just as typically, they perceive philosophy to be "a difficult study of obscure subjects," remote from their practical concerns as…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Art Teachers, Art Education, Educational Philosophy
Jeffers, Carol S. – National Art Education Association, 2005
This book began with the idea that it would describe a set of arts-based service-learning courses developed and implemented during the unique multi-year project, Linking Service-Learning and the Visual Arts. These courses, in photography, graphic design, ceramics, and art education were to be offered as models, perhaps, or better yet, as…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Art Education, Visual Arts, College Programs
Rushlow, Bonnie B., Ed. – National Art Education Association, 2005
The role and expectations of the arts supervisor and administrator have expanded beyond managing personnel and programmatic activities to informing policy decisions. Legislation such as The No Child Left Behind Act, signed by President Bush in 2002, exacerbated this paradigm shift. Thus, the role of arts supervisors and administrators as leaders…
Descriptors: Federal Legislation, Leadership, Educational Change, Administrator Role
La Porte, Angela M., Ed. – National Art Education Association, 2004
Intergenerational programs have become widespread since the mid-20th century, emphasizing "activities that increase cooperation and exchange between any two generations. Typically, they involve interaction between young and old in which there is a sharing of skills, knowledge, and experience" (Newman, 1986, p. 6). They developed in response to…
Descriptors: Psychology, Memory, Art Education, Intergenerational Programs
Smith-Shank, Deborah L., Ed. – National Art Education Association, 2004
One of the most significant issues in art education today is the discourse surrounding visual culture: what it is, where it is located, how it is accessed, and its significance to art education. The development of new visual genres and technological innovations for creating and accessing them, have multiplied the forms of information that are…
Descriptors: Semiotics, Mass Media, Art Teachers, Art Education
National Art Education Association, 1994
The "National Visual Arts Standards" form the basis for providing depth of knowledge and achievement in art for all students throughout their education and for developing effective art programs in all schools throughout the U.S. These standards offer one road map for competence and educational effectiveness, but without casting a mold into which…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Art Education, Academic Standards, National Standards
National Art Education Association, 1999
The National Art Education Association (NAEA), the organization of professional art educators in the United States, has as its primary concern the improvement of the quality of programs of art in education. To assist school systems in developing effective art programs consistent with their own educational aims and objectives, the National Art…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Art Education, Educational Objectives, Educational Principles
National Art Education Association News, 1988
Presents chapters four, five, and six of "Toward Civilization: A Report on Arts Education," by the National Endowment for the Arts. Topics include "The Case for Testing and Evaluation in the Arts,""Teachers of the Arts," and "Research Priorities in Arts Education." (GEA)
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Teachers, Book Reviews, Educational Testing
National Art Education Association News, 1988
Presents the National Endowment for the Arts' summary of educational needs, program emphases, and future directions as contained in its "Five-Year Planning Document, 1990-1994." Provides an overview of the 1988-1994 planning document, as well as a comparison of previous and current observations regarding the National Endowment's…
Descriptors: Educational Assessment, Educational Improvement, Educational Needs, Educational Planning
Qualley, Charles A. – National Art Education Association News, 1988
Presents answers to 10 questions dealing with National Art Education Association (NAEA) business and policy. Addresses issues such as NAEA assistance for adult and preschool education, persuading art educators to join NAEA, and requiring art as a prerequisite for high school graduation. (GEA)
Descriptors: Art Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Institutional Role, Organizational Objectives
National Art Education Association News, 1988
Presents chapter one of TOWARD CIVILIZATION, the National Endowment for the Arts report on arts education in the United States. Discusses what basic arts education is and why it is important, describing impediments to its implementation and its current status. Offers recommendations for developing an arts curriculum. (GEA)
Descriptors: Art Education, Curriculum Development, Educational Assessment, Elementary Secondary Education
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