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Teaching Art in Context: Case Studies for Preservice Art Education (No. 288)
SHERI KLEIN, EDITOR
Teaching art is contextual and situation-based; involves making decisions that have moral and political dimensions; and requires having a variety of problem-solving strategies, ongoing reflection and examination of beliefs and biases, and knowledge of pluralistic approaches to curriculum and pedagogy. The 42 case studies in this anthology are “real” stories about art teaching that can provide preservice art educators with a way to link formal theory (coursework) with practical theory (observation and experience) through analysis and reflection on art teaching practices. Authored by art educators who teach and work within a variety of K-12 school and higher education settings.
163 pgs. (2003) ISBN 1-890160-23-7

“Careful descriptions and syntheses of real-life art teaching practices not only INTRODUCE PRESERVICE TEACHERS TO A MULTIPLICITY OF ART TEACHING ISSUES, CONCERNS, AND SITUATIONS, but they also provide a format for studying curricular and pedagogical practices.“
—Lynn Beudert, Professor of Art, Division of Art and Visual Culture Education, University of Arizona

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