Studies in Art Education

Studies in Art Education is a journal of research in visual art education. Since it was founded in 1959, it is printed quarterly. The journal is published by the National Art Education Association.Subjects for Studies in Art Education include art and art history and education.

Articles from Vol. 44, No. 4, Summer

A Pedagogy to Expose and Critique Gendered Cultural Stereotypes Embedded in Art Interpretations
The feminist pedagogical approach introduced here can raise self-awareness about gender inscriptions that people bestow on what they perceive. Gender inscriptions are normative assumptions formed as abstract idealized perceptions of gender (Hayles, 1992)....
A Tale of Why Social and Cultural Content Is Often Excluded from Art Education-And Why It Should Not Be
The Studies Invited Lecture is a, presentation given each year at the National Art Education Annual Convention. The presenter is acknowledged as a leading art educator and is elected by the Studies in Art Education Editorial Board. This year's recipient...
Editorial: NAEA Travelogue-Dialogue
Editor's Note: Throughout my term as Senior Editor, not only have I had the assistance of a. hard-working Editorial Board of reviewers, but also I have had the benefit of the expertise of James Rolling, Jr. as the Studies Editorial Assistant. At the...
Models for Assessing Art Performance (MAAP): A K-12 Project
This study reports on the Models for Assessing Art Performance (MAAP) project, an NEA funded study to assess K-12 student learning through art teacher assessments of student portfolios. The study participants included 70 K-12 art teachers and 1,000 students...
Narratives of 1970s Disciplinary Reform: Competition or Collaboration?
History is more than a chronology of facts-it is an interpretation expressed as a narrative, the form of which determines what histoiy will be told. This principle is examined in light of three art education programs of the 1970s, which have been portrayed...
Student's Gendered Experiences of High School Portfolio Art Assessment in Canada, the Netherlands, and England
This study combines findings in the literature with a small-scale survey of male and female students' gendered experiences of high school assessment in art in Canada, England, and the Netherlands. The main research question was: "Are high school experiences...

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