Arts Education and Curriculum Studies: The Contributions of by Mindy R. Carter,Valerie Triggs

By Mindy R. Carter,Valerie Triggs

Highlighting Rita L. Irwin’s major paintings within the fields of curriculum reviews and humanities schooling, this assortment honors her famous contribution of a/r/tography to curriculum reviews within the kind of arts established academic study and, past this, her contributions in the direction of knowing the inseparability of constructing, understanding, and being. jointly the chapters rfile a tremendous starting, in addition to an ongoing transitional time during which curriculum understood as aesthetic textual content is awakening to the ways that artwork practices stimulate a social expertise on the point of alternative embodied practices. prepared in 3 issues, collecting, remodeling, and turning into, this quantity brings jointly a range of Irwin’s unmarried and co-authored essays to provide numerous wealthy views to students and scholars within the box of schooling who're drawn to the ways that arts-based study permits the chances of bringing jointly the inventive, pedagogical, and scholarly selves of an educator.

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