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Engaging Learners Through Artmaking

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Engaging Learners Through Artmaking by Katherine M. Douglas,Diane B. Jaquith Book Summary:

The authors who introduced the concepts of Teaching for Artistic Behavior (TAB) and choice-based art education have completely revised and updated their original, groundbreaking bestseller that was designed to facilitate independent learning and support student choices in subject matter and media. The Second Edition of Engaging Learners Through Artmaking will support those who are new to choice-based authentic art education, as well as experienced teachers looking to go deeper with this curriculum. This dynamic, user-friendly resource includes sample lesson plans and demonstrations, assessment criteria, curricular mapping, room planning, photos of classroom set-ups, media exploration, and many other concrete and open-ended strategies for implementing TAB in kindergarten–grade 8. “This book invites art teachers to share their reservations, their interests, and their experiences with opening up their classrooms to accommodate student choices.” —From the Foreword by Christine Marmé Thompson, Penn State University “This book suggests the essence of art teaching, which is to inquire: What do we need to provide young artists that will allow them to take full advantage of their artistic behavior?” —Foreword from the first edition by George Szekely, University of Kentucky “This is a powerful tool for keeping student agency at the center of artistic learning. Emerging and veteran teachers alike will treasure this book.” —Laura K. Reeder, Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Engaging Learners Through Artmaking

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Engaging Learners Through Artmaking by Katherine M. Douglas,Diane B. Jaquith Book Summary:

Teaching for Artistic Behavior is an art education curriculum focused on choice-based teaching and learning for elementary and middle school age students. The pedagogy is clearly outlined and addresses personal relevancy, the learning environment, instruction, assessment and advocacy. A strong argument is presented for meaningful learner-directed art making experiences for all students. This book blends sound educational theory with actual practice, and is a resource for practicing and pre-service art teachers, curriculum coordinators, aftercare and camp directors and anyone interested in authentic learning through visual art.

Engaging Learners Through Artmaking

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Engaging Learners Through Artmaking by Katherine M. Douglas,Diane B. Jaquith Book Summary:

This dynamic resource details the philosophy, rationale, and implementation of choice-based authentic art education in elementary and middle schools. To do the work of artists, children need opportunities to behave, think, and perform as artists. The heart of this curriculum is to facilitate independent learning in studio centers designed to support student choices in subject matter and media. The authors address theory, instruction, assessment, and advocacy in a user-friendly format that includes color photos of classroom set-ups and student work, sample demonstrations, and reflections on activities. Book Features: Introduces artistic behaviors that sustain engagement, such as problem finding, innovation, play, representation, collaboration, and more. Provides instructional modes for differentiation, including whole group, small group, individual, and peer coaching. Offers management strategies for choice-based learning environments, structuring time, design of studio centers, and exhibition. Illustrates shifts in control from teacher-directed to learner-directed. Highlights artist statements by children identifying personal relevancy, discovery learning, and reflection. “This is a book that ‘teaches all of the bases.’ The authors address theory, instruction, assessment and advocacy in a user-friendly format that includes color photos of classroom setups and student work, sample demonstrations and reflections on classroom activities. Overall, the book states the case for what we ‘ought to be doing.’” —Arts and Activities “This book suggests the essence of art teaching, which is to inquire—what do we need to provide young artists that will allow them to take full advantage of their artistic behavior?” —From the Foreword by George Szekely, Senior Professor, University of Kentucky “Engaging Learners Through Artmaking is the real thing. Clearly explained, highly informed of current research, full of the details that real teachers require for the realities they face every day, this book should make an immediate and enduring contribution.” —Peter London, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth “With a refreshing and profound perspective on the core principles of art education, this book addresses the fundamental issues of the leadership we need in all facets of our society, namely the capacity to approach the challenges/problems we individually and collectively face in living a fulfilling life.” —Earl N. Powell, President Emeritus, Design Management Institute, Boston “Engaging Learners Through Artmaking provides important insights into the creative goals of any art curriculum and useful suggestions to help teachers move toward diverse and meaningful choice-making by student artists.” —Olivia Gude, Founding Director of Spiral Workshop, Professor of Art Education, University of Illinois at Chicago

La recherche et l'innovation dans l'enseignement Développer la créativité et l’esprit critique des élèves Des actions concrètes pour l’école

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La recherche et l'innovation dans l'enseignement Développer la créativité et l’esprit critique des élèves Des actions concrètes pour l’école by Vincent-Lancrin Stéphan,González-Sancho Carlos,Bouckaert Mathias,de Luca Federico,Fernández-Barrerra Meritxell,Jacotin Gwénaël,Urgel Joaquin,Vidal Quentin Book Summary:

La créativité et l’esprit critique sont des compétences essentielles dans des sociétés et des économies complexes, mondialisées et de plus en plus numériques. Si les enseignants et les dirigeants politiques considèrent la créativité et l’esprit critique comme des objectifs importants de l’enseignements, beaucoup éprouvent des difficultés à concevoir comment développer ces compétences dans le cadre scolaire.

The Learner-Directed Classroom

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The Learner-Directed Classroom by Diane B. Jaquith,Nan E. Hathaway Book Summary:

Educators at all levels want their students to develop habits of self-directed learning and critical problem-solving skills that encourage ownership and growth. In The Learner-Directed Classroom, practicing art educators (PreK–16) offer both a comprehensive framework for understanding student-directed learning and concrete pedagogical strategies to implement student-direct learning activities in school. In addition, research-based assessment strategies provide educators with evidence of student mastery and achievement. Teachers who structure self-directed learning activities can facilitate effective differentiation as students engage in the curriculum at their level. This book provides evidence-based, practical examples of how to transform the classroom into a creative and highly focused learning environment. Book Features: Guidance for implementing a learner-directed program, including advocacy, management, differentiated instruction, and resources.Attention to the needs of specific groups of students, including preadolescents, gifted and talented learners, boys, and those with learning differences.Insights into reflective practice and strategies for assessment of learning. Contributors: Catherine Adelman, Marvin Bartel, Katherine Douglas, Ellyn Gaspardi, Clyde Gaw, Lois Hetland, Pauline Joseph, Tannis Longmore, Linda Papanicolaou, Cameron Sesto, George Szekely, Ilona Szekely, Dale Zalmstra “In the present standards-based learning environment, this book is a welcome addition because it presents an alternative pedagogy that puts learners’ needs and interests at the core. Experienced and novice art teachers at all levels who read this book will be motivated to teach in open-ended environments where their choices can make a difference in their students’ lives.” —Enid Zimmerman, Professor Emerita of Art Education and High Ability Programs, Indiana University “From the comfortable couch of the foreword to the exhortative poem at the book’s conclusion, the reader journeys through remarkable classrooms with insightful educators. Practical AND inspirational, the educational principles and points so deftly illustrated herein apply across the disciplines and age spans. An important read for all teachers. A timeless and necessary pedagogy for all classrooms.” —Jacqueline Grennon Brooks, Professor, School of Education, Hofstra University “It is easy to proclaim creativity important and criticize current practices and then offer no actual solutions. This volume is filled with practical tips and hands-on advice aimed at improving self-directed student learning. Any classroom teacher interested in helping students learn, discover, and create will want to read and reread this book.” —James C. Kaufman, Professor of Psychology, California State University, San Bernardino, and Editor, International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving “Here at last is a meaningful, practical, and hands-on textbook giving guidance to the classroom teacher about beginning or enriching a choice-based program for students, rather than the traditional regimented art curricula meant to please adults. I highly recommend this book to all who are involved in pedagogy, including parents” —Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Artist Diane B. Jaquith is a K–5 art teacher in Newton, MA and a co-founder of Teaching for Artistic Behavior, Inc., a choice-based art education advocacy organization. She is the co-author of Engaging Learners Through Artmaking: Choice-Based Art Education in the Classroom. Nan E. Hathaway is a middle school art teacher in Duxbury, Vermont. She is a gifted education specialist and is on the board of directors for Teaching for Artistic Behavior, Inc.

Studio Thinking 2

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Studio Thinking 2 by Lois Hetland,Ellen Winner,Shirley Veenema,Kimberly M. Sheridan Book Summary:

" The first edition of this bestseller was featured inThe New York TimesandThe Boston Globefor its groundbreaking research on the positive effects of art education on student learning across the curriculum. Capitalizing on observations and conversations with educators who have used the Studio Thinking Framework in diverse settings, this expanded edition features new material, including: The addition ofExhibitionsas a fourth Studio Structure for Learning (along with Demonstration-Lecture, Students-at-Work, and Critique). Explanation and examples of the dispositional elements of each Habit, includingskill, alertness(noticing appropriate times to put skills to use), andinclination(the drive or motivation to employ skills). A chart aligning Habits to the English Language Arts and Mathematics Common Core. Descriptions of how the Framework has been used inside and outside of schools incurriculum planning, teaching,andassessmentacross arts and non-arts disciplines. A full-color insert with new examples of student art. Studio Thinking 2will help advocates explain arts education to policymakers, help art teachers develop and refine their teaching and assessment practices, and assist educators in other disciplines to learn from existing practices in arts education. Lois Hetlandis professor and chair of art education at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and senior research affiliate at Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education.Ellen Winneris professor and chair of psychology at Boston College and a senior research associate at Project Zero.Shirley Veenemais an instructor in visual arts at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.Kimberly M. Sheridanis an assistant professor in the College of Education and Human Development and the College of Visual and Performing Arts at George Mason University. “Our decade of using the Studio Thinking Framework in California’s schools positions us for success in this new era because of the foundation of reflective, creative, and critical thinking developed in our schools and districts.” —From the Foreword to the Second Edition byLouise Music, Executive Director of Integrated Learning, Alameda County Office of Education, Hayward, CA “Studio Thinking[is] a vision not only of learning in the arts but what could be learning most anywhere.” —From the Foreword to the First Edition byDavid N. Perkins, Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Senior Co-Director of Harvard Project Zero Praise for the First Edition ofStudio Thinking— “Winner and Hetland have set out to show what it means to take education in the arts seriously, in its own right.” —The New York Times “This book is very educational and would be helpful to art teachers in promoting quality teaching in their classrooms.” —School Arts Magazine “Studio Thinkingis a major contribution to the field.” —Arts & Learning Review “The research inStudio Thinkingis groundbreaking and important because it is anchored in the actual practice of teaching artists.... The ideas inStudio Thinkingcontinue to provide a vehicle with which to navigate and understand the complex work in which we are all engaged.” —Teaching Artists Journal “Hetland and her colleagues reveal dozens of practical measures that could be adopted by any arts program, inside or outside of the school.... This is a bold new step in arts education.” —David R. Olson, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto “Will be at the top of the list of essential texts in arts education. I know of no other work in art education with this combination of authenticity and insight.” —Lars Lindström, Stockholm Institute of Education “The eight studio habits of mind should become a conceptual framework for all preservice art education programs; this book should be read by all early and experienced art educators.” —Mary Ann Stankiewicz, The Pennsylvania State University "

Everyday Artists

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Everyday Artists by Dana Frantz Bentley Book Summary:

For the young child, art is a way of solving problems, conceptualizing the world, and creating new possibilities. In Everyday Artists, the author addresses the disconnect that exists between the teaching of art and the way young children actually experience art. In doing so, this book questions commonly held notions and opens up exciting new possibilities for art education in the early childhood classroom. A practicing teacher herself, Bentley uses vignettes of children’s everyday activities—from block building to clean-up to outdoor play—to help teachers identify and scaffold the genuine artistic practice of young children. Book Features: Tangible examples of everyday arts experiences told through lively classroom stories.An examination of the teacher’s role with suggestions of appropriate ways to support children’s artistic expression.Clear explanations of how inquiry and creativity contribute to the overall thinking and learning of the young child.A “Voice of the Teacher” section that offers teaching strategies for extending children’s thinking and learning.A wide-range of ideas for teachers who feel they do not know how to “do” art. Dana Frantz Bentley is a teacher researcher and preschool teacher at Buckingham Browne and Nichols School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She received a Doctorate of Education, Art, and Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. “Much has been written about the role of the arts in education, especially about the importance of the arts to early childhood learning. Dana Frantz Bentley endows the arts with an additional and central kind of significance rooted in a broad conception of cognition.” —From the Foreword by Judith M. Burton, Teachers College, Columbia University “Like the young children she describes, Dana Frantz Bentley is an ‘everyday artist,’ making something ‘beautiful’ of her informed and thoughtful pedagogy. There is much to learn from the artful reflection and generative inquiry of this inspired early childhood educator.” —Jessica Hoffmann Davis, author of Why Our Schools Need the Arts

Connecting Emergent Curriculum and Standards in the Early Childhood Classroom

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Connecting Emergent Curriculum and Standards in the Early Childhood Classroom by Sydney L. Schwartz,Sherry M. Copeland Book Summary:

Provides teachers with resources to bring content alive in the daily, action-based early childhood classroom, and ways to document it. It includes lists of key content ideas - coordinated with learning standards in science, mathematics, social studies, and in the communication arts - to guide teacher observations of, and interactions with, young children.

Looking at Art in the Classroom

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Looking at Art in the Classroom by Rebecca Shulman Herz Book Summary:

This book details the Guggenheim Museum’s classroom-tested, inquiry-based approach to learning. This user-friendly guide provides teachers (grades 2–8) with strategies and resources for investigating art to enhance student learning across the curriculum. For the classroom teacher, Art Investigation provides an exciting way to study contemporary and historical cultures while also improving critical thinking and literacy skills. For the art teacher, Art Investigation offers students the tools to engage meaningfully with the world of art and artists. This unique text features the experiences of the Guggenheim Museum’s 40-year-old Learning Through Art program, as well as reproductions from the museum’s vast art collection. Book features: Easy-to-follow instructions for leading an Art Investigation in the classroom. Full-color reproductions of masterpieces including Edgar Degas’s Dancers in Green and Yellow, Vasily Kandinsky’s Composition 8, and Vincent van Gogh’s Mountains at Saint-Rémy. Adaptable lessons, including questions that teachers can use to guide a conversation about a specific work of art. Guidance for finding and choosing age-appropriate images. Links to resources on the Guggenheim Museum’s website and others.

Creating Meaning Through Art

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Creating Meaning Through Art by Judith W. Simpson,Jean M. Delaney,Karen Lee Carroll Book Summary:

This innovative book helps readers develop a personal philosophy and an artful approach to teaching. This text uses the premise that teacher choices set the stage for a balanced approach to art education that considers the child, society, and the curriculum. This book provides information regarding artistic development, artistic behavior and methodology for developing curriculum across the developmental spectrum. The reader is directly addressed as each chapter presents recent research along with important concepts to understand, focuses on different aspects of art education, and outlines advantages and challenges of making the suggested choices, and also includes suggested activities so readers can act upon content. For art teachers at the elementary or secondary education level or students studying to be art teachers.

L'Apprentissage du bonheur :

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L'Apprentissage du bonheur : by Tal BEN-SHAHAR Book Summary:

Quand un docteur en philosophie de Harvard se penche sur la question du bonheur, c'est pour nous en offrir une vision pour le moins originale. Savez-vous ce qu'est la " théorie du hamburger " ? N'avez-vous jamais rêvé d'éviter la " banqueroute affective " ? Et si vous changiez votre vie en appliquant " le principe des lasagnes " ? Tal Ben-Shahar ne propose rien de moins qu'un manuel sur le bonheur. Mieux profiter du temps présent, faire la différence entre emploi, carrière et vocation, chercher à connaître son conjoint plutôt que vouloir être reconnu de lui, adopter des rituels qui changent la vie... Autant de clés, d'outils et de principes pour apprendre à être heureux, et à vivre, tout simplement. L'ouvrage brillant d'un enseignant au charisme extraordinaire, un propos accessible et intelligent, dans la lignée des travaux de Martin Seligman, le père de la psychologie positive, et du succès de Vivre, de Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi.

La boite à outils de la créativité

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La boite à outils de la créativité by Edward de Bono Book Summary:

La créativité n'est pas réservée aux génies ! Elle ne relève pas non plus de l'inspiration ou du délire. Au contraire, pour Edward de Bono, elle est à la portée de tous si elle est structurée et rigoureuse. Dans cet ouvrage devenu un best-seller, l'auteur propose un ensemble de techniques de créativité dont l'efficacité est prouvée par les centaines d'entreprises qui y ont recours dans le monde entier. Cette méthode originale et puissante constitue la pensée latérale, une manière d'aborder chaque question sous un angle neuf et de générer facilement des idées nouvelles. Après avoir expliqué pourquoi la créativité est un besoin vital pour les organisations qui souhaitent stimuler l'innovation, Edward de Bono présente les outils qui ont fait sa réputation (les six chapeaux de la réflexion®, le challenge, le mouvement, la provocation...) et montre comment se les approprier et les mettre en oeuvre. Grâce à cet ouvrage, vos idées nouvelles se transformeront en projets innovants !

L'apprentissage visible pour les enseignants

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L'apprentissage visible pour les enseignants by John Hattie Book Summary:

L’ouvrage remarquable de John Hattie, Visible Learning for Teachers, synthétise les résultats de plus de 15 années de recherche sur les apprentissages visibles et signifiants dans les écoles. Le livre valorise tant le point de vue de l’enseignant que celui de l’élève, et propose un accompagnement par étapes comprenant la préparation des leçons, l’interprétation de l’apprentissage, la rétroaction durant les cours ainsi que le suivi après les leçons. Il contient des listes de vérification, des exercices, des études de cas et des scénarios de pratiques exemplaires visant à améliorer le rendement des élèves. Il couvre plusieurs aspects de l’apprentissage, dont la motivation des élèves, les programmes d’études, les stratégies métacognitives, les comportements, les stratégies d’enseignement et la gestion de classe.

Current Index to Journals in Education

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Current Index to Journals in Education by N.A Book Summary:

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Le Maître ignorant

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Le Maître ignorant by Jacques Rancière Book Summary:

En l'an 1818, Joseph Jacotot, révolutionnaire exilé et lecteur de littérature française à l'université de Louvain, commença à semer la panique dans l'Europe savante. Non content d'avoir appris le français à des étudiants flamands sans leur donner aucune leçon, il se mit à enseigner ce qu'il ignorait et à proclamer le mot d'ordre de l'émancipation intellectuelle : tous les hommes ont une égale intelligence. On peut apprendre seul, sans maître explicateur, et un père de famille pauvre et ignorant peut se faire l'instructeur de son fils. L'instruction est comme la liberté : elle ne se donne pas, elle se prend. Elle s'arrache aux monopoleurs d'intelligence assis sur le trône explicateur. Il suffit de se reconnaître et de reconnaître en tout autre être parlant le même pouvoir. Il ne s'agit pas de pédagogie amusante, mais de philosophie et, si l'on veut, de politique. La raison ne vit que d'égalité. Mais la fiction sociale ne vit que des rangs et de leur inlassable explication. À qui parle d'émancipation et d'égalité des intelligences, elle répond en promettant le progrès et la réduction des inégalités : encore un peu plus d'explications, de commissions, de rapports et de réformes, et nous y arriverons. La société pédagogisée est devant nous. À sa manière moqueuse, Joseph Jacotot nous souhaite bon vent. Jacques Rancière, professeur en esthétique au département de philosophie de l'université de Paris-VIII, a également publié chez Fayard La Nuit des prolétaires. Archives du rêve ouvrier (1981) et Le Philosophe et ses pauvres (1983).