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This paper makes the case that study of artworks in the service of developing perceptive and imaginative capacities is critical to K-12 education, and begins in the elementary grades.Recently, as Lincoln Center Institute began to further define and explore its work, its people developed the Capacities for Imaginative Learning, which can be cultivated not only through the study of artworks, but across the curriculum. This paper describes the beginnings of research on the nature and efficacy of the Capacities in fostering learning across the curriculum.
Updated: Dec. 01, 2009