Teachers: Identity & Diversity
Reading for Feb. 16

 

Each select one reading about a teacherŐs observations and reflections on his or her art teaching experiences to discuss on Feb. 16. Tell us what you learned, and if you would recommend the reading to others in 101S. If so why, if not why? Provide further elaboration in your reading response posted in your developing teaching and learning e-portfolio in ANGEL.

 

Sign-up for a reading and pick-up the reading from Karen:

 

  1. Check, E. (2001). In the trenches. In Y. Gaudelius & P. Speirs (Eds.), Contemporary issues in art education for elementary educators (pp. 51-59). NY: Prentice-Hall.

 

  1. Check, E. (2000). Caught between control and creativity: Boredom strikes the art room. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 137-146). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Connors, K. E. (2000). Familiar voices and the need to reform. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 3-10). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Delacruz, E. (2000). Making a difference. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 11-20). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Gaudelius, Y. (2000). Feminist and critical pedagogies. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 21-28). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Fehr, D. E. (2000). Gender politics in the back seat of a lowrider. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 37-46). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Deniston-Trochta, G. (2000). Unmasking ordinary experience in art. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 47-54). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Ballengee Morris, C. (2000). Mountain culture: No hillbillies here. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 55-64). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Smith-Shank, D. (2000). You donŐt need a penis to be a genuis. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 65-72). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Ewing, L. (2000). Art in the dark: A nonvisual learnersŐ curriculum. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 83-90). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Pio, F. (2000). Tough school teaching. Myths of creation. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 91-98). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. Akins, F. (2000). Simply sacred. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr & K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Real-world readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (pp. 99-106). New York: Falmer Press.

 

  1. John Ingerbritson: Master of aphorism. (2000). In T. Anderson, (Ed. & author). Real lives: Art teachers and the cultures of schools (pp. 11-24). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

  1. Elizabeth Willet and company: Cooperative vision deep in the heart of Texas. (2000). In T. Anderson, (Ed. & author). Real lives: Art teachers and the cultures of schools (pp. 25-44). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

  1. Jean Price: Changing with the times. (2000). In T. Anderson, (Ed. & author). Real lives: Art teachers and the cultures of schools (pp. 45-60). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

  1. Maria Sarduy: A south Florida perspective. (2000). In T. Anderson, (Ed. & author). Real lives: Art teachers and the cultures of schools (pp. 61-76). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

  1. Gayla Buyukas: Teaching art in an urban school-to-work program. (2000). In T. Anderson, (Ed. & author). Real lives: Art teachers and the cultures of schools (pp. 77-91). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

  1. Donald Sheppard: Sheperd to the community. (2000). In T. Anderson, (Ed. & author). Real lives: Art teachers and the cultures of schools (pp. 92-112). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

  1. Richards, M. (2005). Body + Machine: Exploring Technological Fictions through a Collaborative Artistic Event in Schools. Visual Arts Research, 31(60), 38-62.

 

  1. Sakatani, K. (2005). Harmony Quest: An Interdisciplinary Arts-Based Project Incorporating Virtual Reality. Visual Arts Research, 31(60), 63-75.