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Transforming city schools through art : approaches to meaningful K-12 learning / edited by Karen Hutzel, Flávia M.C. Bastos, Kim Cosier.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
New York : Teachers College Press, c2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • ix, 182 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Artful cityscapes: transforming urban education with art / Flávia M. C. Bastos
  • The business of beauty: women as assets in the city beautiful movement / Clayton Funk
  • Counternarratives: considering urban students' voices in art education / Jessie L. Whitehead
  • My life in teaching: on an evolving teacher education praxis for social justice / Kim Cosier
  • The city as a culturally quilted pedagogical territory / Leda Guimarães
  • Community arts academy: service learning for urban art teachers / Donalyn Heise and Bryna Bobick
  • Community curriculum matters / Olivia Gude and Kim Cosier
  • A possibility of togetherness: collaborative art learning for urban education / Karen Hutzel
  • Artistically asking about school: picturing city youth as writers, artists, and citizens / Kristien Zenkov and Kimberly Sheridan
  • Growing up gay in the Midwest: the youth video OUTreach project / Mindi Rhoades
  • Empowering youth culture: possibilities for creating a teen museum / Carol Ng-He
  • Sacred structures: a constructivist elementary school art studio project / James Haywood Rolling, Jr
  • Beyond interpretation: responding critically to public art / Melanie L. Buffington and Erin Waldner.
Contributor:
Hutzel, Karen.
Bastos, Flavia M.C.
Cosier, Kim.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780807752920
0807752924
9780807752937
0807752932

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