Art Education: Profound, Positive and Imperative
June 28 - July 24
Curated by Debby Viles
Common, and important, buzzwords and phrases in Art Education include:
|Learner Engagement||Curriculum Enrichment|
|Action Research||Educational Games|
|Critical Thinking||Cooperative Learning|
|Interdisciplinary Approach||Teacher Developed Materials|
|Participatory Research||Integrated Curriculum|
|Student Educational Objectives|
All one has to do is plug-in any combination of the above into the Eric database on the Decker Library website to receive a myriad of articles, lesson plans, and research studies on the latest developments in the field.
It has become positively evident that providing Art Education on the K-12 level is the most important aspect of knowledge-building a human may ever receive. When a person is educated in the Arts, they learn skills that will give them more adaptability, a higher regard for life's conditions, and most importantly, a multidisciplinary thought process for problem solving for the rest of their lives. Thus, teachers of art require the highest quality research and development in order to fulfill the needs of humans in our complex society.
There are numerous books on lesson planning and many curriculum guides on the Decker Library's shelves that will help trigger ideas for the dedicated teacher. Marianne Sade, Reference Librarian, is the Library's expert subject liaison for Art Education. She has worked hard with MICA's extraordinary Art Education faculty and staff who are dedicated to providing the latest and greatest information to the field.
For more information, visit the Library's Lib Guide at http://libguides.mica.edu/ED5206, or contact Marianne Sade at email@example.com.
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From the cover of Designs for Living and Learning: Transforming Early Childhood Environments, Second Edition by Deb Curtis and Margie Carter: LB 1140.23 .C87 2015 Quarto