4 edition of Art in Education: Identity and Practice (Landscapes: the Arts, Aesthetics, and Education) found in the catalog.
January 31, 2003 by Springer .
Written in English
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In relation to drawing and painting I had clear expectations concerning practice and representation. Students’ art work which did not correspond to these I rather naively) considered as weak and in need of correction. Art in Education Book Subtitle Identity and Practice Authors. Atkinson; Series Title Landscapes: the Arts, Aesthetics.
MEMORY SEED My introduction to teaching art began in September when I took up a post as art teacher in a secondary school in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Apart from my desire to survive and establish myself amongst students and staff I remember holding firm ideas about what I should be teaching.
In relation to drawing and painting I had clear expectations concerning practice and. Art in Education: Identity Art in Education: Identity and Practice book Practice (Landscapes: the Arts, Aesthetics, and Education) nd Edition by D.
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4/5(1). The distinctive and unique approach of the book is that it opens up art education to the broader field of social enquiry into practice, subjectivity and identity thereby situating art education within a shifting ideological and political space. New perspectives are opened for teachers, teacher educators and student teachers as well as.
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