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Latest publications:
Alive, Responsive, and Integrated: Toward Intentional Language in the Dance Technique Class

This paper offers a framework for illuminating how choices in instructional language reflect a teacher’s tacit attitudes and beliefs and proposes evidence-based “literacies” for moving theory into transformative practice.

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Arts in Society Redesign: A Learner-Centered Approach

We report on a study in an undergraduate Art and Society course redesigned to be multidisciplinary, problem-based, and more learner-centered, and its impact on students' perceptions about their learning.

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Photography as a means to explore concepts of community and identity in underserved youth

This research aims to present a project of social inclusion with young people and the learning of an artistic expression such as photography.

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Gadamer in the Classroom: Gadamer in the Classroom: using a hermeneutic approach to deepen students Interpretation of Contemporary Art

Based on classroom observations we analyze how teachers can use Gadamer's theoretical framework of hermeneutical aesthetics to broaden and deepen students' interpretation of contemporary art works.

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Ideas about Nature in American Art and Visual Culture

This paper traces ideas about nature in art history, popular visual culture, in the work of contemporary artists, and in the practice of art education rooted in place-based pedagogy.

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The Arts in Organizations: Innovate Strategies for Addressing Problems

This is an overview of how the arts are being used in organizations as catalysts for change, innovation and growth.

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Opportunity to Learn to See the World from a New Angle: The Impact of an International Study Tour on Creative Arts Students' Learning

This paper describes the impacts of international Art Study tours on undergraduate Creative Arts students'learning, both within and beyond the formal curriculum.

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An Early Field Experience in Pre-Service Art Education: Visual Arts Workshops for Underserved Elementary Students

This paper focuses on how a college art education program responded to the needs of an elementary school that cut its arts program through the implementation of early field experiences.

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Peter, the Wolf and Music Education

Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf has an enviable place in music education. The paper will present the results of a study on the place of the work in education.

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Home and Beyond, but Inside Not Outside: Australian and Singaporean Children's Depictions of Their Environment

Using an arts-based, multimedia approach to teach children in two countries about the environment increased children's understandings but made one group of children feel stronger about their indoor environment.

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