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Children and their art : methods for the elementary school

Author: Charles D Gaitskell; Al Hurwitz
Publisher: New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975.
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Gaitskell, Charles D.
Children and their art.
New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975
(OCoLC)643659396
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles D Gaitskell; Al Hurwitz
ISBN: 0155072986 9780155072985
OCLC Number: 1464618
Description: xii, 547 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: CHARACTERISTICS OF CONTEMPORARY ART EDUCATION: The Beliefs on Which Art Education Is Based. Developments in Art Education. Freedom and Art . The Influence of General Educational Thought. Changes in Art Education. Creativity in the Class. The Objectives of Contemporary Art Education. TEACHING METHODS IN ART EDUCATION: Who Can Teach Art? Some Sound Teaching Practices in Art. Some Faulty Teaching Practices in Art. The Effects of Inappropriate Teaching Methods. DESIGN AS A BASIS FOR ART ACTIVITY: The Elements of Design. Organization of the Elements. The Attitudes and Mental Process of the Artist. Principles of Design. DEVELOPING A PROGRAM OF STUDIES IN ART: Who Designs the Art Program? Key Decisions in Planning an Art Program. Influences on Decision-Making. Planned Versus Improvised Programs. Case Histories of the Development of an Art Program. Planning for the First Session: Two Dialogs. ARRANGING AND EQUIPPING A CLASSROOM FOR ART ACTIVITIES: Physical Arrangement of the Classroom. Basic Supplies and Equipment. Exarnples of Classroom Arrangements. THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN'S ART: Developmental Stages and Modes of Expression. The Development of a Sense of Design. Classifying Children's Art. Artists and Children's Art. DRAWING AND PAINTING: the Manipulative Stage. The Symbol-Making Stage. The Preadolescent Stage. The Development of Pictorial Composition. WORKING WITH PAPER: Picture-Making with Paper. Box Sculpture. Other Freestanding Forms. Paper in Plastic Forms. Forms in Space. SCULPTURE AND POTTERY, MODELING, CARVING, AND CONSTRUCTING: Sculpture in Wood. Sculpture in Plaster of Paris. Modeling with Clay. Stabile Constructions. Making Pottery. The Emergence of a New Aesthetic in Sculpture and Ceramics. PRINTMAKING : Monoprinting. Vegetable and Stick Printing. Linoleum and Woodcut Printing. Other Forms of Printmaking. Stenciling. NEW MEDIA: COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN: Media as a Means of Instruction. Media as a Basis for Art Experiences. The Light Show. Video Tape Retrieval. GROUP ACTIVITIES IN ART. The Role of the Teacher in Group Activity. Group Activities for Beginners. Puppetry. Mural-Making. Other Group Activities. Towards a New Aesthetic: Group Art. SPECIAL EDUCATION: ART ACTIVITIES FOR SLOW LEARNERS : Characteristics of the Art of Slow Learners. Subject Matter Selected by Slow Learners. Methods of Teaching. Suitable Individual Activities. Suitable Group Activities. The Value of Art Education for Slow Learners. Other Kinds of Handicaps. ART ACTIVITIES FOR GIFTED CHILDREN: Identifying the Gifted Child. Special Arrangernents in Art for Gifted children. Suitable Art Activities. Teaching the Gifted. RELATING ART TO THE GENERAL CURRICULUM: The Nature Of Correlation. Art as an Integrative Force. Correlations Between Art and other Subjects. Art Activities Especially Suitable for Correlation. DISPLAYING CHILDREN'S ART: Why Display Children's Art?. Selecting Work for Display. Arranging Displays in the Classroom. Arranging Displays Outside the Classroom. The Display as Community Education. DEVELOPING CHILDREN'S APPRECIATION OF ART: The Nature of Art Appreciation. Sorne Teaching Methods for Developing Appreciation. Children and Criticisrn. Teaching Aids for Developing Appreciation. APPRAISING CHILDREN'S PROGRESS IN ART. How the Objectives of Art Education Influence Appraisal. Appraisal Baised on a Taxonomy of Objectives. Techniques of Appraisal. Reporting Progress in Art.
Responsibility: Charles D. Gaitskell, Al Hurwitz.

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