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Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Art in High School (No. 226)
PAMELA G. TAYLOR, B. STEPHEN CARPENTER II, CHRISTINE BALLENGEE MORRIS, and BILLIE SESSIONS
The authors present works of art, artmaking skills, and ways of knowing as catalysts for learning across the traditional disciplinary boundaries in high school. Both timely and enduring, this is the book that will inspire and support the work of veteran, new, and preservice high school art educators. The book includes issues, theories, and practices related to high school curriculum, advocacy, classroom management, assessment, cultural understanding, idea-based instructional strategies, team-teaching, technology, visual culture, and student-initiated learning.
The authors create a motivating and provocative text that challenges readers to critically and continually reflect, collaborate, read, and research their own interdisciplinary thinking, teaching, and learning processes.
174 pgs. (2006) ISBN 1-890160-35-0

“We contend that TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE VISUAL ARTS IS FUNDAMENTALLY INTERDISCIPLINARY AND INTEGRATED. Therefore, much of what we do as high school art teachers is intricately connected to other realms of knowledge and experience.“
—Introduction, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Art in High School

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