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contents: introduction · the development of a technicized, cognitive culture · artistically rooted forms of intelligence · the creation of a new culture of schooling · conclusion · further reading and bibliography · links · how to cite this article see, also, elliot w. eisner, connoisseurship, criticism and the art of education Before I begin my remarks I want to express my gratitude to the Dewey Society for inviting me to deliver this address. It’s the third time I have been asked to do so. The first invitation came from the University of Chicago in 1976, the second from the Dewey Society in 1979 and the third this year. I regard the invitation as both a pleasure and a privilege. elliot w. eisner: what can education learn from the arts about the practice of education?
You and your students are invited to participate in any of the following projects: Make Your Mark - Challenge your students to create devices that make marks on its own once they are set in motion. Learn more. "5" is the fifth global arts challenge from The Student Creative.
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In this program, which leads to a bachelor of fine arts (B.F.A.) degree, you dually enroll in the College of Visual and Performing Arts and Syracuse University’s School of Education. Studio arts courses and interdisciplinary electives are encouraged in combination with educational theory and cultural foundations as students prepare to be professional teachers of art. In your junior year, you have the opportunity to teach art lessons to children ages 5 to 15 in weekly workshops that prepare you for student teaching in local schools in your senior year. Rethinking Art Education
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Welcome. The aim of the new edition of the book, Art Practice as Research, is to encourage new ways of helping visual arts practitioners pursue imaginative and independent forms of inquiry. The book is not so much a text to be read, but explores issues to be debated, ideas to be contested, and images to be re-imagined. Art Practice as Research