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Ciis Today, Fall 2011 Issue, CIIS 2011 California Institute of Integral Studies

Ciis Today, Fall 2011 Issue, Ciis

CIIS Today

This volume is the Fall 2011 issue of CIIS Today, the Magazine of the California Institute of Integral Studies.


Krause & Spellmann: Scenes From Lost America, Jo Neace Krause, Charles Spellman, Kentucky Folk Art Center 2011 Morehead State University

Krause & Spellmann: Scenes From Lost America, Jo Neace Krause, Charles Spellman, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2011 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artists Jo Neace Krause and Charles Spellman.


Robert Morgan: The Age Of Discovery, Robert Morgan, Kentucky Folk Art Center 2011 Morehead State University

Robert Morgan: The Age Of Discovery, Robert Morgan, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2011 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artist Robert Morgan.


Risd Fact Book 2011, Institutional Research 2011 Rhode Island School of Design

Risd Fact Book 2011, Institutional Research

RISD Fact Books

The Office of Institutional Research is pleased to present the 2011 Rhode Island School of Design Fact Book; a paperless, accessible, consistent source of information about the RISD community, its resources, and its operations. It is a summary of institutional data gathered from many areas of the College, compiled to capture the 2010‐2011 Fiscal and Academic Year. Where appropriate, multiple years of data are provided for historical perspective. While not all‐encompassing, the Fact Book does provide pertinent facts and figures and is made available as reference to administrators, faculty, staff, and students.


The Use Of Technology In Movement And Dance Education: Recent Practices And Future Perspectives, Aspasia Dania, Dimitrios Hatziharistos, Maria Koutsouba, Vasiliki Tyrovola 2011 National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

The Use Of Technology In Movement And Dance Education: Recent Practices And Future Perspectives, Aspasia Dania, Dimitrios Hatziharistos, Maria Koutsouba, Vasiliki Tyrovola

Aspasia Dania

The study of the effectiveness of the use of technology in the teaching of motor skills has recently attracted the researchers’ interest to a great extent. The aim of this study is the analytical and critical presentation of the researches focusing on the application of technology on movement education with emphasis on physical and dance education. The predominant research finding is that although contemporary technological media are substantially advanced and innovative, they have not been incorporated in the classroom everyday learning practice yet. A prerequisite for the achievement of this goal is the researchers’ interest to be focused: a) on ...


Getting To The Heart Of The Matter: Well-Being And Esd 2011, Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta 2011 University of the South Pacific

Getting To The Heart Of The Matter: Well-Being And Esd 2011, Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta

Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta

No abstract provided.


The Arts And Australian Education: Realising Potential, Robyn Ewing 2011 University of Sydney

The Arts And Australian Education: Realising Potential, Robyn Ewing

Australian Education Review

AER 58 surveys the international and national research on the role and effect of arts-rich programming in schools and in the broader community, and examines the policies and practices that inhibit or support these initiatives. It puts the case that embedding the Arts in learning would be a powerful catalyst for educational and social reform in Australia, since arts-rich experiences can benefit students academically and socially, revitalise school curricula and foster the development of much needed creativity and imaginative thinking. Section 1 discusses and defines ‘the Arts’ collectively, as a way of knowing and learning – embodying play, inquiry, experimentation, creation ...


Preparing A Professional Teaching Portfolio For An Art Teaching Position, Melanie L. Buffington 2011 Virginia Commonwealth University

Preparing A Professional Teaching Portfolio For An Art Teaching Position, Melanie L. Buffington

Art Education Publications

Over time, the idea of bringing a professional teaching portfolio to a job interview has become an expectation. Preparing these portfolios is a common part of teacher education programs and can be excellent preparation for a job interview. Additionally, teachers who are looking into changing positions will need to prepare a professional portfolio and this process may help them reflect on their practice too. The habits required for creating a professional teaching portfolio; including documenting classroom practices, reflecting on these practices, and organizing this content-are habits that can enhance teaching practice throughout a career.


Human Rights, Collective Memory, And Counter Memory: Unpacking The Meaning Of Monument Avenue In Richmond, Virginia, Melanie L. Buffington, Erin Waldner 2011 Virginia Commonwealth University

Human Rights, Collective Memory, And Counter Memory: Unpacking The Meaning Of Monument Avenue In Richmond, Virginia, Melanie L. Buffington, Erin Waldner

Art Education Publications

This article addresses human rights issues of the built environment via the presence of monuments in public places. Because of their prominence, monuments and public art can offer teachers and students many opportunities for interdisciplinary study that directly relates to the history of their location Through an exploration of the ideas of collective memory and counter memory, this article explores the specific example of Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, Further; the authors investigate differences in the ways monuments may be understood at the time they were erected versus how they are understood in the present. Finally, the article addresses the ...


The Efficacy Of Teaching Creativity: Assessment Of Student Creative Thinking Before And After Exercises, Elena E. Karpova, Sara B. Marcketti, Jessica Barker 2011 Iowa State University

The Efficacy Of Teaching Creativity: Assessment Of Student Creative Thinking Before And After Exercises, Elena E. Karpova, Sara B. Marcketti, Jessica Barker

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Publications

As the global environment becomes increasingly more turbulent and competitive, creativity becomes the focus when preparing current students and future citizens to deal with uncertainty and to adapt to continuous change both personally and professionally. The purpose of the study was to understand how student creative thinking could be increased in a university classroom. Creativity exercises that can be incorporated in various courses were developed. The exercises formed four learning modules: (a) what is creativity, (b) recognizing and identifying opportunities, (c) generating ideas, and (d) evaluating creative ideas. Four instructors administered the exercises in five courses. To evaluate effectiveness of ...


Western Influences On Chinese Education In Visual Culture: A Cross-Cultural Study Of Chinese Responses To Western Art Theory About The Image, Lian Duan 2011 Concordia University

Western Influences On Chinese Education In Visual Culture: A Cross-Cultural Study Of Chinese Responses To Western Art Theory About The Image, Lian Duan

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Narrative And Phenomenology As Methodology For Understanding Persistence In Art Teachers: A Reflective Journey, Jackie Ellett 2011 University of Georgia

Narrative And Phenomenology As Methodology For Understanding Persistence In Art Teachers: A Reflective Journey, Jackie Ellett

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Mentor’S Introduction For Aaron Knochel, Kevin Tavin 2011 The Ohio State University

Mentor’S Introduction For Aaron Knochel, Kevin Tavin

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Art Education In A Network Ontology: Seeing Non-Humans, Aaron Knochel 2011 The Ohio State University

Art Education In A Network Ontology: Seeing Non-Humans, Aaron Knochel

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

A proliferation of objects populate classroom spaces, the newest include a long list of innovative technologies, but their presence is characterized by their instrumentality. This paper presents a shift in this thinking to one where objects are seen as heterogeneous contributors to learning and teaching. Student practices within networked computing are changing how they form connections with peers, perceive boundaries, and negotiate diverse modalities as creators. The overwhelming visual nature of these various technologies provides opportunities for a visual culture pedagogy of art education to build critical foundations in investigations of visuality and may provide insights to participation through these ...


The Intellectual Travels Of An Artist: A Letter To Claire Marcille Gadrow Of Rhode Island School Of Design, Johannes H. von Gumppenberg 2011 Johannes von Gumppenberg Scholarship

The Intellectual Travels Of An Artist: A Letter To Claire Marcille Gadrow Of Rhode Island School Of Design, Johannes H. Von Gumppenberg

Johannes von Gumppenberg Books

This essay contains reflections on an artist’s education and various teachers, gaps and omissions, and some thoughts on the ideal education for an artist.


Using Integrated Student Teams To Advance Education In Sustainable Design And Construction, Aaron Brncich, Jennifer S. Shane, Kelly C. Strong, Ulrike Passe 2011 Iowa State University

Using Integrated Student Teams To Advance Education In Sustainable Design And Construction, Aaron Brncich, Jennifer S. Shane, Kelly C. Strong, Ulrike Passe

Architecture Publications

This article describes a case study involving a Midwestern public university that incorporated an integrated, cross-disciplinary project delivery activity to create an effective framework for sustainable design and construction education. The article first provides an overview of sustainable construction and its advantages, describes how sustainable design and construction requires a modernized project delivery system to work effectively, and discusses the primary impacts of sustainable design and construction on the construction industry. The article then describes how one large Midwestern university has attempted to use integrated, multidisciplinary student teams to advance the concept of sustainable design and construction in the classroom ...


Making Art History Come Alive In The Online Classroom, Anahit Ter-Stepanian 2011 Sacred Heart University

Making Art History Come Alive In The Online Classroom, Anahit Ter-Stepanian

Art & Design Faculty Publications

Student engagement, development of critical thinking, and fostering original ideas are among the many challenges of online course design. This concern is particularly pertinent for courses in humanities, where the lack of face to face interaction and group discussions needs to be compensated with other methods resulting in similarly successful learning outcomes. Since most of the communication and exchange of ideas in the online classroom takes place in discussion threads, designing intellectually stimulating and motivating discussion topics is instrumental for fostering students’ enthusiasm for the subject. The paper discusses learner engagement strategies the author has developed, experimented with and found ...


The World In Pictures: Aesthetics And Visual Culture In The Art Classroom, Melissa Burger 2011 University of Texas at El Paso

The World In Pictures: Aesthetics And Visual Culture In The Art Classroom, Melissa Burger

Open Access Theses & Dissertations

The intent of this thesis is to present an argument for the inclusion of aesthetics and the aesthetics of visual culture within the art education curriculum. Technological advancement has created an age of unprecedented dependence on visual imagery; the pervasive (and sometimes misleading) visual culture of contemporary society affects the way in which individuals understand and relate to their world. The study of the aesthetics of visual culture can impact values within society and culture through the formation of self-identity, maintaining culture, and instituting cultural changes. An engaging visual arts program that builds upon students' lived experiences may be the ...


In The Eye Of The Beholder? An Investigation Of Student Assessment In The Creative Arts In Universities, Christopher John Morgan 2011 Southern Cross University

In The Eye Of The Beholder? An Investigation Of Student Assessment In The Creative Arts In Universities, Christopher John Morgan

Theses

This thesis addresses the question of how university academics in the creative arts might assess students’ creative works fairly and appropriately. Specifically, it considers how these academics conceptualise and approach the task of student assessment, what tensions and dilemmas are experienced in student assessment, and how student assessment practices in the creative arts might be made more transparent and robust. The complexities of student assessment in the creative arts, and the uncertainties and vulnerabilities that beleaguer academics when making judgements about the quality of their students’ creative works are widely recognised, but not well understood. This investigation employed Naturalistic Inquiry ...


A Qualitative Investigation Of The Use Of An Art-Based Technique In Counselor Group Supervision, Cheryl Shiflett 2011 Old Dominion University

A Qualitative Investigation Of The Use Of An Art-Based Technique In Counselor Group Supervision, Cheryl Shiflett

Counseling & Human Services Theses & Dissertations

While the counseling community embraces the use of creative approaches in counseling and supervision, few researchers have attempted to empirically describe the process of including an art-based technique into counselor group supervision. A grounded theory design guided the exploration of the factors and processes of including one art-based technique into six counselor supervision groups. Six doctoral-level supervisors who were trained in an art-based technique known as the visual case processing method introduced the method to their group supervisees who were completing a semester-long practicum or internship. Data collection methods included individual and focus group interviews, observations of visual case presentations ...


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