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Periodicals Reference wor ks Books Curriculum Library Internet Brooke, Sandy. Hooked on Painting! : Illustrated Lessons & Exercises for Grades 4 and Up (March 2000) Brooke, Sandy.
In recent years, debates over culture and education have entered the public consciousness as never before. Politicians, bureaucrats, and scholars have credited these endeavors with the capacity to influence matters ranging from public morality to national productivity. Trend examines points at which art and learning intersect in both traditional and nontraditional settings and offers a variety of alternatives for the construction of a new cultural pedagogy.
Discipline-Based Art Education, or DBAE, is a method of teaching and studying art that exposes students to four distinct art disciplines: criticism, aesthetics, art history and art production. Developing knowledge and skills in these four areas allows students to attain a more thorough comprehension of visual arts. Criticism: Learning How to Critique Art In order to understand art, students must learn how visual elements and principles are used to compose an artwork.