Meta-Design As A Pedagogical Framework For Encouraging Student Agency And Democratizing The Classroom, 2015 Emily Carr University of Art & Design
Meta-Design As A Pedagogical Framework For Encouraging Student Agency And Democratizing The Classroom, Christopher Hethrington
The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
As diverse social and economic pressures are applied to post-secondary education, innovative approaches to pedagogical methodology are required. Given that the new norm in both industry and academia is that of constant change, a flexible and responsive approach is required along with a framework that empowers students with the skills to become independent thinkers and lifelong learners. Meta-design is a conceptual framework that can provide that flexibility and empower students with greater agency in their education.
Alors que l’enseignement post-secondaire est soumis à de nombreuses pressions sociales et économiques, la méthodologie pédagogique doit adopter des approches novatrices. Du fait ...
Naked And Displayed, 2015 Iowa State University
Naked And Displayed, Zachary Neuendorf, Emerald Klauer, Meredith Kestel
“You don’t mind posing?” Cléo asks.
Dorotheé quips back, “No, why?”
“I’d be so exposed, afraid they’d find a fault.”
“Nonsense! My body makes me happy, not proud. They’re looking at more than just me. A shape, an idea. It’s as if I wasn’t there, like I was asleep.”
John Spaghotte, 2015 California State University, San Bernardino
John Spaghotte, Peter C. Schuler
Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations
Author Peter Schuler discusses his thoughts on how ideas of creativity, literature, and pedagogy helped to develop into his first novel, John Spaghotte of Crumb. Schuler is a native of the Coachella Valley in Southern California and writes from a middle-class appreciation of working and living in an area where everything is catered to the wealthy class. Through personal injury and his experience in undergraduate and graduate studies he fought to develop a healthy critical mind and a grasp as to the true nature of identity. As a result, his riveting debut novel about a young, nerdy California version of ...
Practices In Designing A Scholarly Journal And Its Style Guide, 2015 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Practices In Designing A Scholarly Journal And Its Style Guide, Monique Martinez
The purpose of this project was to create a method for designing a scholarly journal by managing all design and print aspects of a Volume II, student produced, journal. The journal, Paideia, included student research papers and alumni successes in the workplace from California Polytechnic State University’s Political Science Department. Responsibilities included inserting text and photos from the Political Science committee, and making a cohesive layout and design with all elements given. Since a new volume of the journal will be assembled each year, a style guide was also produced alongside the journal, for future students to refer to ...
The Scientific Articles On Art Criticism, 2015 Cultural Center, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Scientific Articles On Art Criticism, Mina Hedayat, Pegah Jahangiri, Aida Torkamani, Mahsa Mashayekhi, Sabzali M. K., Nader Ale Ebrahim
Nader Ale Ebrahim
Research has been extremely involved in improving in the art criticism area. These improvements are reflected in scientific articles. This article purposed to investigate the 214 articles in art criticism to explore their main characteristics. These articles published in the Web of Science database of the Institute of Scientific Information (ISI) from the period of 1980 till 20 December 2013. Types of articles were article and review which is included in the study. The three top cited (more than 10 times citations) articles in art criticism were published in 1993 and 1999. The 214 articles mean citation rate was 0 ...
Storytelling In Art Museums, 2015 Seton Hall University
Storytelling In Art Museums, Hayley P. Trinkoff
Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)
Storytelling, in the context of art museums, is a method of communicating the qualities and attributes of art through a story. It helps the visitor bring the work of art to life and understand something the eye cannot see, a compelling narrative. It is important for visitors to discuss art and share stories on tours and through virtual media. We learn and form our own meanings from stories. These interactions will help build more relationships within communities. It is the museum’s job to take visitors on a journey and introduce them to new objects and perspectives.
This thesis addresses ...
Taking Art To The Next Level: Integration Of Advanced Placement Studio Art, 2-D Design, 2015 Western Michigan University
Taking Art To The Next Level: Integration Of Advanced Placement Studio Art, 2-D Design, Krystal Kingsley
Teaching High School art has brought me great joy. Along the way I have been challenged with many difficult questions. One that beckoned me to direct and intentional action is “how do I help students take their art work to the next level?” This project is the result of my personal discovery and development of an Advanced Placement Studio Art 2-D Design course. My research of multiple sources led to the development of an Advanced Placement (AP) approved course which includes: a syllabus, multiple breadth lessons, project rubrics, critiques, sketchbook assignments, summer homework, and a guide for helping students develop ...
Cognitive Function And The Administration Of A Writing Strategy Compendium Incorporating Autobiographical Recall And Art, 2015 The University of Southern Mississippi
Cognitive Function And The Administration Of A Writing Strategy Compendium Incorporating Autobiographical Recall And Art, Jonnie Sue Cleveland
The ability to write is vital in many academic areas (U.S. Department of Education, 2011). Roughly 70 percent of U. S. students in a representative sampling during 2010 (grades 8 and 12) scored only at the Basic (fractional grasp of prerequisite information and abilities) level and below (U.S. Department of Education, 2011).
Fifty-four percent of students in the eighth grade and 52 percent of students in the twelfth grade in the United States scored at the Basic level. Another 20 percent of students in the eight grade and 21percent of students in the twelfth grade scored below the ...
Move, Interact, And Connect Personally Barter Theatre’S Project Real Gets Implicit In Order To Learn, 2015 East Tennessee State University
Move, Interact, And Connect Personally Barter Theatre’S Project Real Gets Implicit In Order To Learn, Megan E. Atkinson
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Body movement, hands-on activity, embodiment, social interaction, emotions, and self-reflection allow teaching artists of Barter’s Theatre’s Project REAL to conduct a lesson with an implicit learning experience as the focus. Barter Theatre’s Project REAL exists as a theatre for education program that collaborates with regular classroom teachers on delivering the curriculum through specific theatre exercises in order to connect the material personally to the students’ lives. Theatre tools provide a human experience that enhances learning for the student by use of kinesthetic movement, social learning, emotions and interpersonal skills. To understand the effects of Barter Theatre’s ...
Classrooms As Creative Learning Communities: A Lived Curricular Expression, 2015 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Classrooms As Creative Learning Communities: A Lived Curricular Expression, Soon Ye Hwang
Theses, Student Research, and Creative Activity: Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
Creativity—the fundamental basis of human experience, expression, and learning in the communal world of the classroom—is the primary concern of this dissertation. While creativity is one of the buzzwords of 21st century education the world over, its lived understanding as fundamental to being human is understudied. This gap calls attention to the significances for all involved of entering into meaning making as creators. To explore the significances, I draw upon and give expression to my experiences of building such creative learning communities (CLC) in my own Multicultural Education (ME) classrooms as a teacher educator and curriculum theorist ...
Fostering The Efficacious Adolescent Artist, 2015 Western Michigan University
Fostering The Efficacious Adolescent Artist, Regina Beltowski
Low self-esteem and insecurity is common among adolescents. In the secondary-school art room, students often stop engaging in art practice, believing that they lack talent, when the truth is that they lack specific skills. Students who are fortunate to have teachers who help them develop their skills experience a boost in feelings of self-efficacy, and often reengage with art production. This thesis project focuses on strengthening students’ self-efficacy in the visual arts at the secondary level. Clarifying the differences between related terms – self-esteem, self-concept, and perceived control – I focus on self-efficacy as a characteristic that plays a significant role in ...
Creative Concentrations: A Secondary Design Curriculum, 2015 Western Michigan University
Creative Concentrations: A Secondary Design Curriculum, Linnea Roberta Gustafson
Design education, as distinct from art education, has been overlooked as an area of student learning, creative expression, and career potential. This thesis explores the benefits of design education for students at the secondary level, when identities are being formed and areas of future study and work are considered. Guided by the newly published National Core Arts Standards, this paper provides a model design curriculum that introduces secondary students to a design-oriented view of the world, explores design principles through real-world applications, and calls attention to professional career options.
All lessons in the curriculum encourage creative approaches to solving design ...
Choice--‐Based Art: Students Who Create, Not Replicate, 2015 Western Michigan University
Choice--‐Based Art: Students Who Create, Not Replicate, Hillary K. Moczerad
The problem that I researched in today’s art education world is how to teach our art students to be problem solving, confident, independent thinkers. It seems that in a classroom that is supposed to be full of innovation and creativity, it is currently falling flat. Through research, I discovered a teaching methodology called Choice-‐Based Art that claims to eliminate these problems in the art room through student-‐directed learning and choice while still delivering art curriculum. In order to test these theories, I aligned my classroom with the demands of the methodology and planned a field test with ...
The Double-Sided Message Of The Lego Movie: The Effects Of Popular Entertainment On Children In Consumer Culture, 2015 Cedarville University
The Double-Sided Message Of The Lego Movie: The Effects Of Popular Entertainment On Children In Consumer Culture, Jordan Treece
English Seminar Capstone Research Papers
One of the most popular and highest rated films of 2014, The Lego Movie, has entertained billions of viewers in the past year. Although it has already proven itself to be a favorite of adults, The Lego Movie’s targeted audience is children who will identify with the imaginative and fun characters that take the form of their favorite building toys. Such a strong platform that provides excellent age appropriate entertainment to the world’s most impressionable generation gives The Lego Movie a prime opportunity to communicate to children in an unusually powerful way. For decades, researchers have explored the ...
The Art Of Integration, 2015 Dominican University of California
The Art Of Integration, Cheyanne M. Williams, Nicole M. Johnson
Scholarly and Creative Works Conference
As a result of the influence of and focus on standardized tests, scheduling conflicts, and lack of funding, more and more students are being denied arts education in the United States of America. However, different bodies of research showed discrepancy about the affects integrating various art programs into the classroom and class activities influences the students test scores, environments, and overall education experience. The first purpose of this study is to determine the benefits of arts education on classroom environment and students’ achievement. The second purpose is to examine how teachers integrate arts into their classrooms. Therefore, this study will ...
A/R/Tography As A Guide For Curriculum Design, 2015 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
A/R/Tography As A Guide For Curriculum Design, Michelle M. Hrbek
Theses, Student Research, and Creative Activity: Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
A/r/tography is not a method for curriculum development. Rather curriculum designers who see themselves as artist, researcher, and teacher best serve their students by creating lessons and units that encourage the learners to discover the a/r/tographer in themselves. Students who research themes presented in the visual arts classroom, create images that build on their personal experiences and communicate their individual perspective, and then teach others about their process are more likely to have relevant visual arts experiences. This paper explains the idea of a/r/tography and shows how a/r/tography as an overarching guide ...
Mia's Music, 2015 Gettysburg College
Mia's Music, Miranda L. Bubenheim
Mia’s Music is a story narrating what I view as an ideal curriculum being put into practice. Music educators have an advantageous and unique position to explore a medium with students that truly has the power to bring people together and help them to understand one another. A curriculum based in the cultural themes that students identify with will challenge them to learn through sharing their experiences and understanding others'.
Art, Life Story And Cultural Memory: Profiles Of The Artists Of The Lewis And Clark Bicentennial, 2015 University of St. Thomas, Minnesota
Art, Life Story And Cultural Memory: Profiles Of The Artists Of The Lewis And Clark Bicentennial, Elise S. Roberts
Education Doctoral Dissertations in Leadership
A case study of four public artists uncovered how the artists’ lived experiences and awareness of cultural memory influenced their creation of commemorative artwork for the Lewis and Clark bicentennial. The study involves how the professional and cultural experiences of two White artists and two Native American artists living or working in the Missouri River Valley in North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana influenced their art. Professional factors influencing the artists included education, involvement with the Lewis and Clark bicentennial, work space, and connections to arts communities. Cultural factors influencing artists were family relationships and ethnic, political, gender, and religious ...
Art And Art Education In The Multicultural Society Of South Korea, 2015 Ewha Womans University
Art And Art Education In The Multicultural Society Of South Korea, Yoonjung Kang
Journal of Art for Life
The purpose of this article is to examine how the goals and practices of multicultural art education in South Korea may be expanded in order to address current issues related to cultural diversity in society. In traditionally homogenous South Korea public communication and multicultural education have focused on the need for culturally different “others” to assimilate, an approach that has failed to cultivate understanding and tolerance in students. Art education may be a tool to rectify this disparity. Incorporating contemporary South Korean art that reflects cultural diversity issues can play an important role in educating students about cultural diversity, since ...
Is This Cheap Kitsch Art? Analyzing What Aesthetic Value Is, 2015 Valdosta State University
Is This Cheap Kitsch Art? Analyzing What Aesthetic Value Is, Cindy Hasio
Journal of Art for Life
Critiques can be used to help students understand the production and place of so-called kitsch items that can be found in dollar stores as an expression of current visual culture. This article looks into the history of kitsch to contextualize how In the classroom, educators can engage students in observing and discussing the aesthetic traits and meanings of these artifacts from the dollar store as a component of an art for life-based examination of the values embedded in these objects as a manifestation of contemporary culture.