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Publication date:
June 2005


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Art Education in Practice: Rethinking Curriculum in Art

Marilyn G. Stewart and Sydney R. Walker

Series : Resource Books

Practical support for thematic teaching in art!

Research shows that thematic teaching across the curriculum significantly increases student engagement. This groundbreaking book by Marilyn Stewart and Sydney Walker gives concrete examples of how teachers can enhance their current lessons and studio activities by organizing them around meaningful, universal themes like identity, conflict, and relationships.

Readership : Professional Development

1. Introduction
2. Rethinking Curriculum in Context
3. Making It Count: Unit Foundations
4. Making Choices: Selecting Lesson Content to Build onn Unit Foundations
5. Helping Students Learn: Instruction
6. Targeting Understanding: Assessment and the Curriculum
7. Art and Integrated Curriculum
8. Visual Culture and the Curriculum

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Published by Davis Publications, the only publisher dedicated solely to visual art education in Grades K-12.

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Special Features

  • Step-by-step guidelines for selecting content for organizing art instruction.
  • Sample completed worksheets and charts to guide curriculum planning.
  • Examples from actual units of study.
  • Reproducible worksheets, sample rubrics, and more.