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    Helena Sederholm
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University of Jyväskylä, The Department of Art and Culture Studies, Art Education. Sederholm, 1998 in the book Rethinking contemporary art and multicultural education (2011) is that art education should

University of Jyväskylä, The Department of Art and Culture Studies, Art Education. Art has changed a lot during the last fifty years. In spite of that, the role of art in schools has remained the same. Accordingly, art education should also be situation-specific preparation of tactics and strategies. This thinking is supported by Helene Illeris. in the book Rethinking contemporary art and multicultural education (2011) is that art education should. not consider only the art object and its function but also the cultural and social values and beliefs, 459. Päivi Venäläinen, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 45 ( 2012 ) 457 – 465.

Some art educators and curriculum specialists in the nation perceive the study of interior spaces as a ‘practical application’ of the arts. Later, this same project was modified for use with high school students in the educator's community and with international design students in South Korea

University of Jyväskylä, The Department of Art and Culture Studies, Art . Abstract Art has changed a lot during the last fifty years.

Performing arts degrees mix the nurturing of creative talent with practical aspects of arts management and . Your essential guide to what you will learn on a performing arts degree, what you should study to get your place on a course, and what jobs you might end up doing once you graduate.

Performing arts degrees mix the nurturing of creative talent with practical aspects of arts management and self-promotion, which is excellent preparation for entering the world of performance. A performing arts degree can be practise-based, with a large amount of actual performing, or academic, combining practical work with background analysis. Teaching is done through a blend. What can you do with an art degree? Why study art?

Art education history is a relatively new area of study and several authors have documented many of these . This has culminated in Discipline-based Art Education (DBAE), promoted by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts (1985).

Art education history is a relatively new area of study and several authors have documented many of these historical trends (Belshe, 1946; Efland, 1989; Logan, 1955; Soucy, 1990). Their work primarily has concerned either beginnings of art education in America, evolution and general characterization of art education theories, or social and political climates attending each. All of the above, however, concern art education theory, and it is important to remember that general curriculum history is often a history of policy rather than educational practice.

Studying Art improves performance in other subjects. James Catterall, leading professor and Chair of the Faculty at the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, has studied 12,000 students over twelve years. Catterall also notes that studying the arts can have other positive benefits such as greater involvement in community service.

The arts education programs of the Kennedy Center and VSA have become models for communities across the country. Doing well and doing good by doing art: A 12-year longitudinal study of arts education effects on the achievements and values of young adults. Los Angeles: I-Group Books, Deasy, R. J. (E.

Student Approaches to Learning is a theory that students will take a different approach to how they study, depending upon the perceived objectives of the course they are studying.