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  Real-world readings in art education : things your professor never told you

Other(s) author(s) : Fehr, Dennis E, [editore] ; Fehr, Kris, [editore] ; Keifer-Boyd, Karen T, [editore]Language : EnglishNew York : Falmer, 2000176 orrialde ; 22 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeSeries : Thinking and teaching (Falmer) ; Garland reference library of the humanities (Falmer)ISBN : 0-8153-3541-5.Art -- Didactics | Fragment
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Testuak: Future Akins, Ed Check, Kathleen E. Connors, Elizabeth Manley Delacruz, Grace Deniston-Trochta, Paul Duncum, Michael J. Emme, Lisette Ewing, Dennis Earl Fehr, Kris Fehr, Yvonne Gaudelius, Olivia Gude, Karen Keifer-Boyd, Laurel Lampela, Christine Ballengee Morris, Frank Pio, Deborah Smith-Shank, Marianne Stevens Suggs, Gayle Marie Witz, Mary Wyrick.

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This radical , transgressive, and ultimately volume challenges art educators to "protest, break, ignore, or rewrite the rules that trap art at the curricular periphery." Always fearless and often humorous, the authors of these essays use real-world experiences in and out of the classroom to launch a directed and informed assault on the staid world of discipline-based art education. They define art away from the patriarchal canon, creating an alternative vision of art that encourages children to think and be cultural, creative, and critical. And finally, they "holler" a call for action, presenting innovative approaches to school policy, curricula and instruction. "Real-World Readings in Art Education" will inspire artists and educators to question their assumptions and rethink their responsabilities.

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