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This research explored the impact upon pre-service teachers' orientations towards the arts of a performing arts week within a one-year postgraduate teacher education programme. Findings indicated that the performing arts week had helped to strengthen participants' self-image as artistic individuals who recognise the value of the arts in children's education.
Updated: Aug. 15, 2010
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
Arts-informed inquiry has attracted a great deal of controversy in recent times as it has gained popularity as an educational research methodology in teacher education. The paper suggests principles for its use in exploring relevant questions in teacher education research and investigates some of the issues that have been used to challenge its integrity.
Updated: Mar. 09, 2009