International handbook of research in arts education. Part 1 [electronic resource]
- editor, Liora Besler.
- Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Springer, c2007.
- Physical description
- xxvi, 1627 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
- Springer international handbook of research in arts education ; v. 16
- Includes bibliographical references.
- BOOK ONE: SECTION 1: HISTORY: G. Cox, Section Editor, - G. COX: Prelude: Arts Education, the History of Education, and Curriculum History: some Crossing Points, - M. STANKEWICZ: Capitalizing Art Education: Mapping International Histories, - A.D. EFLAND: Interlude: Arts Education, the Aesthetic and Cultural Studies, - G. BOLTON: A History of Drama Education -- a Search for Substance, - G. COX: The Teaching and Learning of Music in the Settings of Family, Church and School: Some Historical Perspectives, - R. COLWELL: Interlude: History looking forward, - A. DILS: Social History and Dance in Public Education, - A. WHYTE: The Teaching of English Language Arts as Poetic Language: An Institutionalist View SECTION 2: CURRICULUM: Susan W. Stinson, Section Editor: SUSAN W. STINSON: Prelude: Making Sense of Curriculum Research in Arts Education, - J.R. BARRETT: Currents of Change in the Music Curriculum, - R.L. IRWIN and F. GRAEME CHALMERS: Experiencing the Visual and Visualizing Experiences, - D. WALKER: Interlude: On Learning to Draw and Paint as an Adult, - J. O'TOOLE and J. O'MARA: Proteus, The Giant At the Door: Drama and Theatre In the Curriculum, - L. BUTLER-KISBER et al: Narrative As Artful Curriculum Making, - T. BARONE: Interlude: Imagining Ms. Eddy Alive-- or, The Return of the Arts Teacher and Her Personalized Curriculum, - D. BLUMENFELD-JONES and S.-Y. LIANG: Dance Curriculum Research, - F.V. NIELSEN: Music (and Arts) Education from the Point of View of Didaktik and Bildung, - J. RUSSELL and M. ZEMBYLAS: Arts Integration In the Curriculum: A Review Of Research and Implications For Teaching and Learning, - E. HARWOOD: Artists in the Academy: Curriculum and Instruction, - SECTION 3: EVALUATION: R. Murphy and M. Espeland, Section Editors: R. MURPHY and M. ESPELAND: Prelude: Finding value in assessment and evaluation, - B. ORECK: To see and to share: evaluating the dance experience in education, - R.MURPHY: Harmonizing music and assessment in the classroom, - C. HIGGINS: Interlude: Reflections on a Line from Dewey, - K. HALL et al: Assessing English within the arts, - S. SCHONMANN: Wrestling with assessment in drama education, - E. EISNER: Interlude: Assessment and evaluation in education and the arts, - F. HAANSTRA and D. W. SCHoNAU: Evaluation research in visual arts education, - SECTION 4: COMPOSITION: Sarah McCarthey, Section Editor, - S. MCCARTHEY: Prelude: Composing as metaphor and process, - J. WIGGINS: Compositional Process in Music, - S. MCCARTHEY: Four Metaphors of the Composing , - K. SWANWICK: Interlude: Metaphor and the Mission of the Arts, - B. MCKEAN: Composition in Theatre: Writing and Devising Performance: T. HAGOOD and L. KAHLICH, - Research in Choreography: M. PARSONS Interlude: Art and Metaphor, Body and Mind, - A. KINDLER: Composing in Visual Arts, - SECTION 5: APPRECIATION: M. Barrett, Section Editor, - M. BARRETT: Prelude: Locating the heart of experience: A prelude to appreciation, - A. DILS: Moving into dance: Dance appreciation as dance literacy, - S. SCHONMANN: Appreciation: The weakest link in drama/theatre education, - M. MARRETT: Music appreciation: Exploring similarity and difference S. LISHAN and T. HERMSEN, - Later "in the early world": The changing role of poetry and creative writing in the K -- 12 classroom, - T. BARRETT: Teaching toward appreciation in the visual arts, - M. GREENE: Interlude: The arches of experience, - R. STAKE: Interlude: On reading Maxine's interlude, - J. BRUNER with L. BRESLER: Interlude: Postcards from "a world made possible": Excerpts from virtual conversations, - SECTION 6: MUSEUMS AND CULTURAL CENTERS: E. Vallance, Section Editor, - E. VALLANCE: Prelude: Museums, Cultural Centers, and What We Don't Know, - C. HUGHES et al: The Role of Theater in Museums and Historic Sites: Visitors, Audiences, and Learners, - E. VALLANCE: Questions Asked in Art-Museum Education Research, - D. CARR: Interlude: Art Information, Arts Learners: The Role of Libraries, - J.W. DAVIDSON and N. JORDAN: "Private Teaching, Private Learning": An Exploration of Music Instrument Learning in the Private Studio, Junior and Senior Conservatories, - M. ROSS: Interlude: Cultural Centers and Strategies of Being: Creativity, Sanctuary, the Public Square, and Contexts for Exchange, - S. E. PITTS: Music Beyond School: Learning through Participation, - BOOK TWO: SECTION 7: INFORMAL LEARNING: M. Mans, Section Editor, - M. MANS Prelude: Framing Informality, - E. DISSANAYAKE: In the beginning: Pleistocene and infant aesthetics and twenty-first century education in the arts, - Tia Dendora: Interlude: Two or ore forms of music, - M. MANS: Learning Aesthetic Values in African Musical Worlds, - B. NETTL: Interlude: An Ethnomusicological Perspective, - LISSA SOEP and JULIAN SEFTON-GREEM: Creative Media Cultures: Making and Learning beyond the School, - SECTION 8: CHILD CULTURE: C.M. Thompson, Section Editor, - C.M. THOMPSON: Prelude: The Arts and Children's Culture, - E. ANTTILA: Children as Agents in Dance, - P. SHEEHAN CAMPBELL: Musical Meaning in Children's Cultures, - C.M. THOMPSOM: The Culture of Childhood and the Visual Arts, - B. WILSON: Interlude: A Story of Visual Cultural and Pedagogical Webs, - S. ETHERIDGE WOODSON: Children's Culture and Mimesis: Representations, Rubrics, and Research, - SECTION 9: SOCIAL & CULTURAL ISSUES: D. Risner and T. Costantino, Section Editors, - D. RISNER and T. COSTANTINO: Prelude: Social & Cultural Issues in Arts Education Research, - L.A. MCCAMMON: Research on Drama and Theatre for Social Change, - D. RISNER: Critical Social Issues in Dance Education Research, - M. GRUMET: Interlude: Social Issues, - B. OLSSON: Social issues in music education, - V. HARRIS: Master Narratives and Oppositional Texts: Aesthetics and Black Literature for Youth, - N. NODDINGS: Interlude: War and Peace in the Arts, - N. COHEN EVRON: Conflict and Peace: Challenges for Arts Educators, - E. GARBER and T. COSTANTINO: Social Issues in Art and Visual/ Material Culture Education, - SECTION 10: THE BODY: K. Powell, Section Editor, - K. POWELL: Prelude: Moving from Still Life: Conceptions of the Body in Arts Education, - M. PETERS: The Body Also Has A History: A Critical Aesthetics for Arts Education, - P. DUNCUM and S. SPRINGGAY: Extreme Bodies: The Body as Represented and Experienced through Critical and Popular Visual Culture, - W. BOWMAN and K. POWELL: The Body in a State of Music, - D. ABRAM: Interlude: Astonished by a Stone: Art and the Eloquence of Matter, - J. GREEN: Student Bodies: Dance Pedagogy and the Soma, - C. OSMOND: Drama Education and the Body: "I Am, Therefore I Think", - SECTION 11: CREATIVITY: P. Burnard, Section Editor, - P. BURNARD: Prelude: Provocations in creativity research, - G. SULLIVAN: Creativity as research practice in the visual arts, - P. BURNARD: Routes to understanding musical creativity, - B. REIMER: Interlude: Artistic creativity, ethics and the authentic self, - K. GALLAGHER: Conceptions of creativity in drama education, - R. DUNLOP: Human Music: A case for teaching poetry in dark times, - P. ABBS: Interlude: The art of creativity: some personal reflections, - C.M. PRESS and E. WARBURTON: Creativity research in dance, - SECTION 12: TECHNOLOGY: P. Webster, Section Editor, - P.R. WEBSTER: Introduction: Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes, and Values: Technology and its Role in Arts Education, - I. Snyder and S. BULFIN: Digital Literacy: What it Means for Arts Education, - P.R. WEBSTER: Computer-Based Technology and Music Teaching and Learning, - K. FERNEDING: Understanding the Message of the Medium: Media Technologies as an Aesthetic, - B.C. BRUCE: Interlude: Technology and Arts Education, - M. STOKROCKI: Art Education Avatars in Cyberspace: Research in Computer-Based Technology and Visual Arts Education, - M. PARRISH: Technology in Dance Education, - SECTION 13: SPIRITUALITY: R.L. Irwin, Section Editor, - R.L. IRWIN: Prelude: Plumbing the Depths of Being Fully Alive, - S. GRADLE: Spiritual Ecology in Art Education: A Re-vision of Meaning, - P. LONDON: Concerning the Spiritual in Art Education, - M. PRENDERGAST and C. LEGGO: Interlude: Astonishing Wonder: Spirituality and Poetry in Educational Research, - C. SNOWBER: The Soul Moves: Dance and Spirituality in Educative Practice, - K. EGAN: Interlude: Education, Spirituality and the Arts, - K. MATSUNOBU: Japanese Spirituality and Music Practice: Art as Self-cultivation, - M. NZEWI: Interlude: The Force that Rides the Sound, - J. BOYCE-TILLMAN: Spirituality in the Musical Experience.
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- From the contents Introduction: Liora Bresler.- Book One: Section 1: History Section Editor: Gordon Cox.- Section 2: Curriculum Section Editor: Curriculum.- Section 3: Evaluation Section Editor: Regina Murphy and Magne Espeland.- Section 4: Composition Section Editor: Sarah McCarthey.- Section 5: Appreciation Section Editor: Margaret Barrett.- Section 6: Museums and Cultural Centers Section Editor: Elizabeth Vallance.- Book Two: Section 7: Informal Leaning Section Editor: Minette Mans.- Section 8: Child Culture Section Editor: Christine Marme Thompson.- Section 9: Social and Cultural Issues Section Editor: Douglas Risner and Tracie Costantino.- Section 10: The Body Section Editor: Kimberley Powell.- Section 11: Creativity Section Editor Pamela Burnard.- Section 12: Technology Section Editor Peter R. Webster.- Section 13: Spirituality Section Editor: Rita L. Irwin.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Providing a distillation of knowledge in the various disciplines of arts education (dance, drama, music, literature and poetry and visual arts), the Handbook synthesizes existing research literature, helps define the past, and contributes to shaping the substantive and methodological future of the respective and integrated disciplines of arts education. While research can at times seem distant from practice, the Handbook aims to maintain connection with the lived practice of art and of education, capturing the vibrancy and best thinking in the field of theory and practice. The Handbook is organized into 13 sections, each centering on a major area or issue in arts education research. These areas include: history of arts education, curriculum, evaluation, cultural centers, appreciation, composition, informal learning, child culture, creativity, the body, spirituality, and technology. The individual chapters address cross-cultural research related to the central theme of the section from the perspectives of the particular arts discipline. Interludes provide reflective thoughts on the theme.
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