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Art As A Mediated Structure For English Language Learners, Lynnea Patricia Hiebert Jan 2005

Art As A Mediated Structure For English Language Learners, Lynnea Patricia Hiebert

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this project is to focus on how art enhances written language among English language learners in third grade. It develops and designs curriculum through the mediated structure of art to develop English language learners' writing in narrative and expository genres, as well as develop second language proficiency.


Digital High School Photography Curriculum, Martin Michael Wolin Jan 2003

Digital High School Photography Curriculum, Martin Michael Wolin

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this thesis is to create a high school digital photography curriculum that is relevant to real world application and would enable high school students to enter the work force with marketable skills or go on to post secondary education with advanced knowledge in the field of digital imaging.


Animated Drawing Guide For Basic Art Education, Guan-Jong Hwang Jan 2003

Animated Drawing Guide For Basic Art Education, Guan-Jong Hwang

Theses Digitization Project

The project used Macromedia Flash MX to develop a series of web-based animated drawing lessons for first grade students.


The Artist Scholars: E Pluribus Unum: An Integration Of The Arts Into Middle School Curricula, Shawn Kevin Smith Jan 2001

The Artist Scholars: E Pluribus Unum: An Integration Of The Arts Into Middle School Curricula, Shawn Kevin Smith

Theses Digitization Project

The artist scholars: E pluribus unum is an exploratory curriculum designed to be implemented into middle schools. Adolescents experience a period of chaotic and emotional changes that can be both confusing and challanging. This cummiculum seeks to give adolescents a means of expressing themselves. By introducing students to performing arts, the literary arts, and the visual arts, adolescents will begin to answer the basic questions of being human: who are we? Where do we come from? How is knowledge constructed, used, and valued? Each unit consists of lesson plans intended to introduce students to the basic elements of the arts.


The Value Of Art Integration In Grades Four Through Six, Naomi Sue Myerchin Jan 2001

The Value Of Art Integration In Grades Four Through Six, Naomi Sue Myerchin

Theses Digitization Project

Research supports ideas that relate the value of arts integration to success in the elementary classroom. This thesis explores the theoretical and practical aspects of the integration of the visual arts and their value, specifically to elementary grades four through six.


Beyond Skills To Meaning: Artists As Healers And Implications For Art Educators, Lucinda Lee Blackstone Jan 2001

Beyond Skills To Meaning: Artists As Healers And Implications For Art Educators, Lucinda Lee Blackstone

Theses Digitization Project

Art definitions and movements are changing just as the social paradigms they spring from. This exploration looked at paradigms in art of the past that have become the foundation for movements today. Currently the transformative powers art has to offer have been recognized. Colleges are beginning to train a major and a career. The literature review explored what role transformative art has played in artists' lives and looked at its uses in education. Conceptual art goes beyond the aesthetics of art and touches the mind and heart. I began to explore this kind of art in the nearby galleries. I ...


Teaching Artifacts: Teaching Art With A Cultural Lens, Marjorie Kirsten Allen-Masacek Jan 2001

Teaching Artifacts: Teaching Art With A Cultural Lens, Marjorie Kirsten Allen-Masacek

Theses Digitization Project

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Integrating The Fine Arts Into A Niddle School Classroom, Kerry Ellen Herr Jan 2000

Integrating The Fine Arts Into A Niddle School Classroom, Kerry Ellen Herr

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


The Importance Of Art In A Multicultural Curriculum, Shelly Sheree Beck Jan 1999

The Importance Of Art In A Multicultural Curriculum, Shelly Sheree Beck

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this project is to address the growing need for multicultural education through the use of art. It identifies several approaches to teaching multicultural education and the importance it has on the development of today's students.


Developing An Art Curriculum For Elementary Education, Jo-Ann Brow Jan 1998

Developing An Art Curriculum For Elementary Education, Jo-Ann Brow

Theses Digitization Project

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S.T.A.R.S. In The Middle School: (Success Through Art Related Skills), Mary Beth Wight Jan 1996

S.T.A.R.S. In The Middle School: (Success Through Art Related Skills), Mary Beth Wight

Theses Digitization Project

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Art In A Sheltered-English Multicultural Classroom, Beth Suzanne Pierce Jan 1993

Art In A Sheltered-English Multicultural Classroom, Beth Suzanne Pierce

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Visual Literacy For The 1990'S, Lynda S. Meral Jan 1991

Visual Literacy For The 1990'S, Lynda S. Meral

Theses Digitization Project

Visual aesthetics -- Whole-brain thinking -- Pictorial imaging -- Art and science, mathematics, social studies, and language arts.


Integrating Art Into The Basic Elementary School Curriculum, Patricia A. Bastiaans Jan 1985

Integrating Art Into The Basic Elementary School Curriculum, Patricia A. Bastiaans

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Creative Expression Curriculum, Karen L. Odle Jan 1984

Creative Expression Curriculum, Karen L. Odle

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.