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Stephanie F. Reid; Jingjing Sun – Art Education, 2024
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is an internationally known arts institution in Washington, DC. The Kennedy Center recognized that many young people need equitable and ongoing access to the arts in schools because access to the arts often depends on school budgets, scheduling constraints, and administrative commitment. In 2009,…
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Partnerships in Education, School Community Relationship, Art Education
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Christina Bain; Kristin Vanderlip Taylor; Borim Song; Kyungeun Lim; Hannah Heller; Michelle Antonisse; Amanda Tobin Ripley; Zoë Fejeran; Olivia Spiers; Ariana Zaia; Aunica Cesena; Carlos Becerril – Art Education, 2024
This article is drawn from a 2022 National Art Education Association Convention panel sponsored by the Professional Learning Through Research working group, showcasing various collaborative research projects across multiple divisions in art education (Bain & Vanderlip Taylor, 2022). Collaborative research practices are evolving, moving away…
Descriptors: Art Education, Cooperation, Educational Research, Higher Education
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Yiwen Wei – Art Education, 2024
Data visualization enables users to transform data into visually compelling graphics that tell a rich story for effective communication (Vora, 2019). Data visualization's visual and artistic nature has also attracted artists and educators, leading them to explore its application in artistic creation and education (e.g., Bertling et al., 2021; Dean…
Descriptors: Art Education, Visual Aids, Data Analysis, Creativity
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Timothy Babulski – Art Education, 2024
When the author stepped into the lead specials teacher role at a private elementary school in Charlotte, North Carolina, he was convinced that early childhood educational experiences could shape students' later cognition. He asked himself the question: What novel task might he set for the students that did not rely on rote learning, logic, or…
Descriptors: Color, Art Education, Teaching Methods, Neoliberalism
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Amanda Galbraith; Joy G. Bertling; Tabitha Wandell; Rita Swartzentruber; Lynn Hodge – Art Education, 2024
Data are storied, often with rich histories and powerful stories to tell, yet often presented in a format that belies these stories. The arts can help put the body back into seemingly disembodied data. Arts-based approaches can help students embrace the storied nature of data and leverage the power of stories to affect change. Rahul Bhargava et…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Data, Art Education, STEM Education
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Shannon Thacker Cregg; Dana Carlisle Kletchka – Art Education, 2024
The authors explored how art centers for people with disabilities -- a form of day program -- could collaborate with art museums to create inclusive and integrated programming with artists from the broader community. Museums are in a particularly salient period of a paradigm shift, becoming more socially responsive and considering audience…
Descriptors: Community Based Instruction (Disabilities), Adults, Museums, Community Centers
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J. Scott Baker; Daniel Gebur; Jessica Sester; Jamie Smith; Whitney Yambrick – Art Education, 2024
As our world endures multiple crises, educators have turned their eye to what does and does not work effectively to assist students in the school environment, regardless of changing landscapes, such as lingering impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-critical race theory legislation, anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, personal crises students face, as well…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Educators, Coping, Art Therapy
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Heather Kaplan – Art Education, 2024
This article describes a collaboration between the "Rubin Center" and my "Methods of Teaching Art" class and explores how constructivist practices support democratic citizenship and idea-based art education curriculum building. The collaboration came about as a revived attempt to expand the performance-based and experiential…
Descriptors: Art Education, Curriculum Development, Democratic Values, Inquiry
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Joy G. Bertling; Chris Grodoski; Amanda Galbraith; Ericka Ryba; Lynn Hodge – Art Education, 2024
Despite vital professional development support through the National Art Education Association's Data Visualization Working Group and other scholars' engagement with the topic in the literature, pedagogical literature that connects contemporary data visualization methods to art teaching practices is limited. While acknowledging that many of us have…
Descriptors: Art Education, Visual Aids, Data Analysis, Teaching Methods
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Heather Heckel – Art Education, 2024
This article describes the results of the author's doctoral dissertation research in educational leadership. Her quantitative study aimed to explore the relationships between art education, leadership skills, and creativity through research and existing literature. This research is vital because, art educators, use leadership skills to teach…
Descriptors: Creativity, Leadership, Skill Development, Art Education
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Reich-Shapiro, Mindi; Scarola, Kristin – Art Education, 2023
The Early Childhood Education program at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) prepares more than 600 students each year to be educators in early childhood (birth-Grade 2) classrooms as teaching assistants or to continue their education in 4-year institutions. In March 2020, as COVID-19 devastated urban neighborhoods, a journey was…
Descriptors: Creativity, Educational Environment, Electronic Learning, Community College Students
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Harlow, Trina; Yang, Yang; Ackermann, Sarah; Dobberstein, Beth; Reeker, Bob; Needles, Tim – Art Education, 2023
Many people and organizations worldwide are still trying to gain access to internet services (Buechner, 2020). The quest for the internet is ongoing, just as electricity was once a privilege when it was first invented and made available mainly to only scientists and engineers, then to people of financial means in primarily urban areas (Southern…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Internet, Access to Computers
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Raymond, Jordan – Art Education, 2023
COVID-19 has shown a point of vulnerability in the education system and has reminded us how important stories and experiences are, especially from the perspective of marginalized students. A much harsher reality has shaped their lives and experiences, and educators need to rethink their educational practices and theories in the context of the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Art Education, Critical Theory
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Shin, Ryan; Bae, Jaehan; Song, Borim – Art Education, 2023
This article considers the impact of prejudice, racism, and violence against Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) during the COVID-19 global pandemic and traces the historical origins of anti-Asian racism and violence through the social and political climate reflected in popular culture and media. The authors then share anti-Asian racism…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, Racism, Art Teachers
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Bertling, Joy G.; Hodge, Lynn; Ryba, Ericka – Art Education, 2023
With the emergence of COVID-19, public interest in data visualization has surged. Data visualizations also, importantly, raised questions related to the data and the social context in which it occurred. Extending beyond but remaining connected to COVID-19, this context involved the racial and social inequality and economic disparities brought to…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Data Analysis, Visual Aids
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