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Berglin, Jacob – Arts Education Policy Review, 2017
Olivia Gude has a long and distinguished career as both a public artist and an art educator. She is currently the Angela Gregory Paterakis Professor and Chair of Art Education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), where she works with graduate and undergraduate students to prepare for working as artist educators in school and…
Descriptors: Interviews, Art, Art Education, Art Teachers
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Albert, Daniel J. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2016
Media arts has been familiar to many through television, film, and digital graphics, and often appears as an extension of the four traditional arts disciplines: music, arts, theatre, and dance. As media arts continues to acquire its own unique identity, particularly through technological means, it has been included as a stand-alone discipline in…
Descriptors: Interviews, Art Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Teacher Education Curriculum
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Tobias, Evan S. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2014
In considering how policy work might forward arts education, it is helpful to reflect on the present state of music and arts education while looking ahead at future challenges and possibilities. This response to Shuler's (2001) set of predictions related to music education and policy in the twenty-first century addresses such work in the…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Art Education, Music Education, Educational Trends
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Shaw, Ryan D. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2014
This article reports on an interview with Marcia McCaffrey, the state arts consultant for the New Hampshire Department of Education and current president of the State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education (SEADAE). The discussion revolved around how the new arts standards may interact with evolving structures of arts teacher evaluation…
Descriptors: Art Education, Academic Standards, Teacher Evaluation, Academic Achievement
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McClay, Wilfred M. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2010
Stanley Fish wrote a column for the "New York Times" entitled "Will the Humanities Save US?" Here, Fish asserted that the humanities can't save humans, and in fact they don't really "do" anything, other than give pleasure to "those who enjoy them." This sustained shrug elicited a blast of energetic and…
Descriptors: Animals, Humanities, Federal Legislation, Secondary School Teachers
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Edmundson, Mark – Arts Education Policy Review, 2009
In this article, the author discusses how today's student generation has a spectacular hunger for life and more life. They want to study, travel, make friends, make more friends, read everything (superfast), take in all the movies, listen to every hot band, keep up with everyone they've ever known. They live to multiply possibilities. The author…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Well Being, College Students, Role of Education
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Goldberg, Merryl – Arts Education Policy Review, 2009
Arts Education is, technically, core to the school curriculum according to federal mandates and certain state mandates. However, it is rarely made accessible to all students despite earnest advocating on the part of dedicated organizations and individuals. In order for a democratic society to function successfully, its members must be invested and…
Descriptors: Art Education, Access to Education, Democratic Values, Citizenship Education
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Johansen, Geir – Arts Education Policy Review, 2009
The tendency to construct grand narratives makes participants in education politics unaware of the particularities of marginalized fields such as music education. One prominent reason for this trend is the discrepancy between the values underpinning education politics and the values of higher music education. This article discusses this problem by…
Descriptors: Music Education, Educational Quality, Politics of Education, Educational Opportunities
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Schmidt, Patrick – Arts Education Policy Review, 2009
If policy is the most significant gatekeeping element for access to and development of community goods and services, and if music educators have historically lived at the margins of policy, then who procures access for the field? How are visions for musical and educational development articulated and what are the resulting implications? This…
Descriptors: Music Education, Educational Policy, Policy Formation, Teacher Education
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Jank, Werner – Arts Education Policy Review, 2009
In the years between the world wars, music education in Germany prospered, because successful policy made constructive cooperation among relevant institutions and representatives possible. The situation today is very different. Many music educators and researchers are not aware that policies affect them; nor do they see themselves as active…
Descriptors: Music Education, Music, Educational Benefits, Foreign Countries
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Willingham, Daniel T. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2008
After more than 20 years of lamentation, exhortation, and little improvement, writes the author, perhaps it is time to ask a fundamental question: Can critical thinking actually be taught? People who have sought to teach critical thinking have assumed that it is a skill, like riding a bicycle, and that, like other skills, once learned, it can be…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Critical Thinking, Cognitive Psychology, Thinking Skills
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Smith, Ralph A. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2008
In this article, the author conceptualizes educational aesthetics in terms of two domains: educational aesthetics as arts education and educational aesthetics as a range of nonarts educational activities understood from artistic and aesthetic points of view. A lead is taken from Harry S. Broudy's midcentury essay "Some Duties of an Educational…
Descriptors: Art Education, Aesthetics, Educational Policy, Educational Theories
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Fisher, Ryan – Arts Education Policy Review, 2007
In this article, the author discusses current challenges to the idea of teamwork in fine arts teams, redefines the terms team and collaboration using a business management perspective, discusses the success of effective teams in the business world and the characteristics of those teams, and proposes the implementation of the business model of…
Descriptors: Fine Arts, Strategic Planning, Resistance to Change, Accountability
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Elpus, Kenneth – Arts Education Policy Review, 2007
Music education has always required advocacy to solidify its place in the school curriculum. Music teachers are increasingly called on to justify their existence and importance in the schools, and yet, are often unprepared to advocate on their own behalf without the use of advocacy materials that are created on the basis of questionable research,…
Descriptors: Music, Music Teachers, Music Education, Advocacy
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Kamhi, Michelle Marder – Arts Education Policy Review, 2007
In this article, the author analyzes Arthur Efland's "Art and Cognition," which advocates study of the visual arts for its cognitive benefits. The author argues that Efland's cognitive premises are largely sound but that his specific recommendations often belie the general principles he espouses. Efland focuses on the interpretation of baffling…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Art Education, Books, Cognitive Development
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