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. 51, No. 3, Spring

Attendance
Many of us take attendance in our classes. Showing up, we proclaim to our students, is the first step in their learning what we have to teach. In our culture, the expectation of showing up is consistently communicated to various individuals and groups,...
How Being a Teaching Artist Can Influence K-12 Art Education
Many K-12 art teachers have rich artistic backgrounds and continue to be active as artists in spite of the challenges of time, energy, and stereotypes that insist a real artist would not teach. This article describes a research project that examined...
How Do Novice Art Teachers Define and Implement Meaningful Curriculum?
The process of teacher education is complex and daunting as universities grapple with the task of preparing teachers during a time of increasing national and state level demands influenced by numerous mandates and reform movements (Brewer, 2006). One...
Pixellated Play: Practical and Theoretical Issues regarding Videogames in Art Education
When the Sanctuary for Independent Media was closed in March 2008, a videogame was the cause. The game, Virtual Jihadi (2008), was created by Wafaa BiIaI, then a visiting professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Virtual Jihadi (2008)...
Teaching Design Education for Cultural, Pedagogical, and Economic Aims
Design education is the study of the aesthetics and utility of items in our daily lives. Currently, many art educators think about design education as the arrangement of the principles of art and elements of design, while others refer to design education...
Teaching the Whole Student: Perceived Academic Control in College Art Instruction
College art educators often express frustration about today's generation of incoming students, known as the Millennials. Members of this new cultural cohort often learn and interact differently from their older classmates and their mostly Baby-Boomer...
They Came, They Claimed, They Named, and We Blame: Art Education in Negotiation and Conflict
Colonialism occurs when a group of privileged people procures and exploits resources for their own gain without regard for the people or culture of the land wherein those assets lie (Fanon, 1967; Tuhiwai Smith, 2005). This particular story begins over...
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