Art Education

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Arts Education for Preschoolers

Is your goal to encourage children’s creativity through developmentally appropriate art experiences? Review the differences between process- and product-focused…

Arts Education is not Important

Last week, arts educator and author Lisa Phillips wrote about the top 10 skills young people can learn from arts education. Here is a new piece about the seeming…

Arts Education Assessment

There are places in every content area where formative assessment occurs naturally and most often implicitly. Sports and the arts are two examples where we move…

Art Education degree Schools

Art is a great teacher — revealing patterns in life, providing a medium of self-discovery, and fostering opportunities to make meaning and envision possibilities…

Art Education for autistic students

Information about Art Lessons for Autistic Students Although art activities are typically complex and ideological, art classes or lessons for autistic children is…

Art Education from 1920s to 1940

Alexander Deineka (1899–1969). Collective Farm Worker on a Bicycle, 1935. Oil on canvas, 120 x 220 cm. The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. © State Russian…

Arts Education funding

Every child should have access to a well rounded education which includes core academic subjects, among them the arts. The work to ensure that the arts are part…

Arts Education Partnerships

In July of 2010, the U.S. House of Representatives passed designating the second week of September as National Arts in Education Week. The resolution expressed congressional…

Art Education Universities

Department of Art + Design, Art History, ART Education This is a video describing the art department at Towson University. The Department of Art + Design, Art History…