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Rethinking How Art Is Taught
A Critical Convergence



December 1999 | 128 pages | Corwin
`Excellent real-life examples drawn from credible sources. I wish that policy-makers and administrators would read it in full!' Nancy Senn-Kerbs, Program Manager, Family Museum of Fine Arts & Science, Bettendorff, IA

In discussing how art education theorists, teachers and artists might think about art education in new ways, this book delves into five topics, each the subject of a separate chapter.


 
Introduction
Thinking about Art Education

 
 
Goals, Standards and Curriculum Reform
 
A Disciplines Approach to Comprehensive Art Education
 
The Influence of Postmodern Perspectives
 
Constructivist Teaching in the Visual Arts
 
The Technological Renaissance in Art Education
 
Critical Convergence and the Future of Art Education

"Excellent real-life examples drawn from credible sources. I wish that policymakers and administrators would read it in full!"

Nancy Senn-Kerbs
Program Manager, Family Museum of Fine Arts & Science, Bettendorf, IA

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ISBN: 9780761975199
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