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Table Of Contents Jan 2000

Table Of Contents

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Table of contents for The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, 2000, Number Nineteen/Twenty.


The Ghost Writer, Amy Brook Snider Jan 2000

The Ghost Writer, Amy Brook Snider

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The core of this article was originally published in an issue on “empowerment” in the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design [NSCAD] Papers in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1988. Not surprisingly, the article is also related to the theme of this Journal of Social Theory in Art Education—“dialogue as empowering pedagogy,” describing as it does how a teacher and her student used the medium of letters as a space for communication and reflection.


The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education Jan 2000

The Journal Of Social Theory In Art Education

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Editorial, Yvonne Gaudelius Jan 2000

Editorial, Yvonne Gaudelius

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The theme of the Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, Volume 19/20 is Empowerment Through Dialogue. Empowerment is a difficult issue—for example, how do we as art educators “empower” those who don’t want or feel the need to be empowered? Can we ever empower others or can empowerment only occur through self-reflections? How do we engage in dialogue with our students, our teachers, and our colleagues? Just as with empowerment, dialogue cannot be forced upon us. Through the various dialogues that run through the articles in this volume, we see that dialogue is something that we ...


Notes Toward A Theory Of Dialogue, Grace Deniston-Trochta, Jane Vanderbosch, Ed Check Jan 2000

Notes Toward A Theory Of Dialogue, Grace Deniston-Trochta, Jane Vanderbosch, Ed Check

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Multiple dimensions of dialogue as pedagogical practice are examined in the following three essays. In the first piece, “When Life Imitates Art: Notes on the Nature of Dialogue,” poet and essayist Jane Vanderbosch reflects about the politics of silence and voice in graduate school. She analyzes how power and politics charge the atmosphere of the classroom. In “The Pedagogy of Dialogue: A Relation Between Means and End,“ Grace Deniston-Trochta focuses on self-examining the possibility of dialogue in a large “pit” classroom. She proposes teacher as listener/learner, a teacher who is self-reflective and respectful. In the final essay, “Managing the ...


Examining Biases And Prejudices: Implications For Art Education, Shirley Hayes Yokley Jan 2000

Examining Biases And Prejudices: Implications For Art Education, Shirley Hayes Yokley

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

In this paper, I combine an overview of Elisabeth Young-Bruehl’s (1996) socio-psychological examination of group prejudices with a critical examination of artwork by Juan Sánchez to illustrate how issues-based studies of works of art help teachers and students examine and resist biases and prejudices that contribute to oppressive or hegemonic actions.


Seeing Childhood In Art Education, Paul Duncum Jan 2000

Seeing Childhood In Art Education, Paul Duncum

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Art education theory and practice sees children as constructivist learners, but postmodern theory teaches us to see children with multiple and fragmented identities. Postmodern theory is used to examine childhood as a site of divergent discourses concerned with persistent adult attempts to control both actual children and the concept of childhood. Many alternative conceptions find pictorial form in the mass media, from abused child to nightmarish threat. This paper focuses on the idea of children as rabid consumers. It examines television advertisements aimed at children, especially by McDonald’s, Mattel and Cap Toys. Implications for the classroom as well as ...


Book Review: Fehr, D.E., Fehr, K. & Keifer-Boyd, K. (Eds.), (2000). Real-World Readings In Art Education: Things Your Professors Never Told You. Ny: Falmer Press., Dennis E. Fehr Jan 2000

Book Review: Fehr, D.E., Fehr, K. & Keifer-Boyd, K. (Eds.), (2000). Real-World Readings In Art Education: Things Your Professors Never Told You. Ny: Falmer Press., Dennis E. Fehr

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Book Review for Real-World Readings in Art Education: Things Your Professors Never Told You, D.E. Fehr, K. Fehr, and K. Keifer-Boyd (Editors), Falmer Press, New York, 2000.


Contributors Jan 2000

Contributors

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

List of contributors for The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, 2000, Number Nineteen/Twenty.


Classroom Art Talk: How Discourse Shapes Teaching And Learning In A High School Art Classroom, Teresa L. Cotner Jan 2000

Classroom Art Talk: How Discourse Shapes Teaching And Learning In A High School Art Classroom, Teresa L. Cotner

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Material Culture Studies And Art Education: Examining The Cultural Artifacts Of The Bohra, Themina Kader Jan 2000

Material Culture Studies And Art Education: Examining The Cultural Artifacts Of The Bohra, Themina Kader

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Kindergarten Teachers' Beliefs And Attitudes About Developmentally Appropriate Art Practice In Taiwan, Pi-Hui Lai Jan 2000

Kindergarten Teachers' Beliefs And Attitudes About Developmentally Appropriate Art Practice In Taiwan, Pi-Hui Lai

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.


Computers In The Art Classroom: A Survey Of Current Practice In Ohio, Li-Yan Wang Jan 2000

Computers In The Art Classroom: A Survey Of Current Practice In Ohio, Li-Yan Wang

Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education

No abstract provided.