The second edition of the fascinating collection of essays on teaching art in secondary schools, boasting a new chapter on visual culture as well as extensive material on the changes that have occurred in this area since 2000.
What kind of art would we like school and college students to produce?
What kind of art do we want them to engage with?
What is the process of this engagement?
How should we organize the processes?
By asking fundamental questions such as these, Richard Hickman and his team of contributors illustrate the new possibilities for art education in the twenty-first century and draw out the implications for classroom practice - making Art Education 11-18 the definitive guide to the subject in the postmodern era.
'This is a serious book that seeks to jolt some art and design teachers out of a rut, emphasising throughout the need for purposeful enquiry, risk-taking and creative opportunity.' TES
|Meaning, Purpose and Direction||p. 1|
|Contemporary Art in Schools: Why Bother?||p. 15|
|Art Education and the Art Museum||p. 39|
|Ways of Not Seeing: Education, Art and Visual Culture||p. 58|
|Changing Practices: Art Education and Popular Visual Culture||p. 73|
|Bite the ICT Bullet: Using the World Wide Web in Art Education||p. 89|
|Critical Studies: Values at the Heart of Art Education?||p. 105|
|The Meaning and Value of Craft||p. 124|
|Art Education and Spirituality||p. 143|
|Diverse Directions: Visual Culture and Studio Practice||p. 163|
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Number Of Pages: 198
Published: 1st April 2004
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.5 x 16.1 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.44
Edition Number: 1
Edition Type: Revised