No. 317 | Teaching and Learning Emergent Research Methodologies in Art Education
Candace Jesse Stout, Editor
Designed for instructors, students, and anyone interested in learning more about developing new research techniques, readings in this volume detail innovative ways to conceptualize what research in art, education, and human experience might be, what it might mean, and what it might do. Taking cues from contemporary theoretical perspectives, 13 authors in art education and related fields chart new terrain in research choices, including asking new questions and exploring new ways to respond to those questions.
Contributors offer vibrant examples of innovative student work and discuss course content and the various concepts, complexities, and issues pertinent to teaching courses on newly emerging research methodologies. Each chapter also provides fresh insights combined with practical techniques for course planning, organization, and instruction. The collective hope is to inspire enthusiasm among researchers in the discipline for joining the larger community of qualitative researchers working toward new conceptions and alternative processes for creating knowledge and addressing issues of well-being and social justice for a new century.
"The continuing galvanization of an arts-based inquiry paradigm has the potential to finally answer Eisner’s (1965) call, placing arts praxis and art education practices together at the heart of contemporary educational enterprise, perhaps for the very first time.”
—James Haywood Rolling, Jr., Chair of Art Education and
Dual Associate Professor of Art Education and Teaching and Leadership at Syracuse University
Book cover photo by Brian Kellett: Kellett
is a doctoral student in the Department of Arts Administration,
Education & Policy at The Ohio State University.
He received his MFA in photography from Brooks Institute in Santa
Barbara, CA, and is currently teaching courses in digital art making at
Ohio State. kosinedesign.com
212 pgs. (2013) ISBN: 978-1-890160-55-5
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