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Garrod, Andrew; Nalani, Andrew – Teaching Artist Journal, 2022
In this article, we discuss theater productions we mounted in the Marshall Islands as a case example of how the theatrical process, shaped by "polycultural" inclinations, contributes to the personal development of youth in the Marshall Islands. We contextualize and detail a unique theatrical process that has potential for fostering…
Descriptors: Youth, Individual Development, Foreign Countries, Acting
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Leysath, Maggie Ann – Teaching Artist Journal, 2022
Safety protocols for COVID-19 necessitated changes to this action research project. This article describes the theoretical framework of Community-Based Art Education for providing Service-Learning in an art education preparation program during the global pandemic. Art education students joined the local Boys & Girls Club (BGC) and a local…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Art Education, Community Programs
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Horn, Elizabeth Brendel; Caine, Brittany; Cary, Maria; Freeman, Emily – Teaching Artist Journal, 2022
This study analyzes "Act Out Justice" (AOJ), a youth theatre for social change initiative of Orlando Repertory Theatre and the University of Central Florida. Employing AOJ's model of reflective collaborative inquiry (Horn et al., 2020), this article dramatizes the practice of responding to one's own work. Through narrative and dialogical…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Social Change, Youth Programs, High School Students
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Jenks, Saya – Teaching Artist Journal, 2022
This article explores the ways in which two years of increased isolation due to COVID affected a cohort of applied theatre students and how their instructors addressed students' elevated anxiety and disconnection from community. In the spring semester of 2022, I was working as the teaching intern for the course Applied Theatre Praxis taught by…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, College Students, Teaching Methods
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Kenner, Daniel – Teaching Artist Journal, 2022
In the spring of 2022, six "caregivers," defined in the loosest of parameters as one who "is" providing or "has" provided care for an ill individual, participated in a five-week residency that utilized storytelling as a processing tool to cope with the demands of caregiving. To balance the importance of remaining…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Story Telling, Artists, Facilitators (Individuals)
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Cordelia Driussi – Teaching Artist Journal, 2022
Classroom evaluations are implemented with the best of intentions -- to measure student satisfaction in the classroom. However, survey questions do not always apply to the learning environment, especially in nontraditional classrooms. We want to improve our craft as teachers and as facilitators, but we lose the chance to critically reflect on our…
Descriptors: Course Evaluation, Evaluation Methods, Feedback (Response), Freehand Drawing
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Speer, Annika C. – Teaching Artist Journal, 2021
In 2020, a professor of gender, sexuality, and feminist studies at Middlebury College in the United States invited me as a visiting scholar-artist to help students stage the docudrama "Jane: Abortion and the Underground." The mission: to "both" rethink normative constructs of gender, sexuality, and abortion "and also"…
Descriptors: Feminism, Activism, Pregnancy, Drama
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Aumiller, Renay L. – Teaching Artist Journal, 2021
This article aims to examine the integration of Students as Partners (SaP) in dance education. An SaP teaching framework has been embraced by academic educators from various disciplines to improve engaged learning. To encourage autonomy and choice making in their education, students can partner with faculty to design a dance curriculum.…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Student Participation, Teacher Student Relationship, Curriculum Design
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Sinner, Anita – Teaching Artist Journal, 2021
This position paper explores how community art education students applied an a-r-tographic disposition as artists, researchers, and teachers to investigate the pedagogic potential of public art in their evolving practice. By actively engaging body-object-space, students reviewed their presumptions about art education and what constitutes…
Descriptors: Art Education, Undergraduate Students, Art, Research Methodology
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Leysath, Maggie; Galan, Rachel – Teaching Artist Journal, 2021
On April 13, 2019, an EF3 tornado demolished the traditional Caddo grass house and the Caddo Mounds State Historic Site museum with approximately 80 people inside. This occurred on Caddo Days, an annual event designed for Caddo people to share their culture with the surrounding community. In July 2019, survivors, community members, and Caddo…
Descriptors: Historic Sites, American Indian History, Art Activities, Cultural Activities
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Siciliano, Lisa M. – Teaching Artist Journal, 2021
At the beginning of the 2020 pandemic, I grew concerned and also curious about how theatre educators would transition theatre and drama instruction to an online platform. I began a research study interviewing theatre artists while they shifted their formerly in-person summer camps to virtual spaces. One of those instructors, Flannery, was…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Art Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Haki, Assata J. – Teaching Artist Journal, 2020
The purpose of this applied theatre essay was to observe effects and impacts on older adults engaging in theatre activities and storytelling surrounding the horrors of Detroit's 1967 Riots. Classes were held at the Hannan Center, an organization designed to serve the older adult community offering a variety of services in the city of Detroit. The…
Descriptors: Older Adults, Theater Arts, Story Telling, Art Education
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Hackett, Chelsea – Teaching Artist Journal, 2020
This article examines the challenges faced and lessons learned while developing the SPEAK Young Women's Vocal Empowerment Curriculum and leading 30 educators through a Professional Development Training on the curriculum in Guatemala in 2019. The guiding question is, "What does it take to train non-teaching artists in the skills needed to lead…
Descriptors: Artists, Art Teachers, Mentors, Faculty Development
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Mannathoko, Magdeline Chilalu – Teaching Artist Journal, 2020
This qualitative case study investigated the extent to which the Basic Education arts curriculum in Botswana, specifically visual arts and music, prepared learners for entrepreneurship. It involved ten teachers and twenty students who were purposively selected and interviewed. Education policies were also examined to diagnose their status in…
Descriptors: Art Education, Visual Arts, Music Education, Entrepreneurship
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Hackett, Chelsea – Teaching Artist Journal, 2020
This article is the second in a pair examining my experience leading 30 educators through professional development training on the "SPEAK Young Women's Vocal Empowerment Curriculum" in Guatemala. To guide my examination, I have looked to the question, "What does it take to train non-teaching artists in the skills needed to lead a…
Descriptors: Artists, Art Teachers, Mentors, Faculty Development
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