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Practice theory : seeing the power of art teacher researchers

Author: Melanie L Buffington; Sara Wilson McKay; National Art Education Association.
Publisher: Reston, Virginia : National Art Education Association, [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Designed for master's level students who are art educators and beginning researchers, this book also contains ideas for advanced researchers. Chapters on methodologies, as well as example studies in art education settings, work to bridge the perceived divide between theory and practice. Teachers and researchers can benefit from the knowledge and experience of art teachers, university faculty members, and museum  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melanie L Buffington; Sara Wilson McKay; National Art Education Association.
ISBN: 9781890160579 1890160571
OCLC Number: 870907185
Description: 310 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: T(Res)ea(r)cher / Melanie L. Buffington and Sara Wilson McKay --
How theories inform teaching and research / Melanie L. Buffington and Sara Wilson McKay --
Finding a topic for research and understanding institutional constraints / Melanie L. Buffington and Sara Wilson McKay --
Paradigms and research / Melanie L. Buffington and Sara Wilson McKay --
Refining a topic, making methodological decisions, and crafting good research questions / Melanie L. Buffington and Sara Wilson McKay --
What now? Planning a study and choosing research methods / Melanie L. Buffington and Sara Wilson McKay --
Survey research / Jeffrey L. Broome --
Exemplar : cooperative art education : practice and a rationale for art curricula / Bryna Bobick --
Exemplar : utilizing a survey as a means to evaluate a program / David Webster --
Methodology : quasi-experimental research design: conducting research in the art classroom / Ryan Shin, Quai-experimental methods / Nancy Lampert --
Exemplar : a quasi-experimental research design : can art critique improve students' critical thinking skills? / Ryan Shin --
Methodology : A/r/tography / Rita L. Irwin, Collages and poetry and a play : an arts-based research journey / Lisa Kay --
Methodology: art-based methodology : alternative forms for research on educational practice / Mary Hafeli, Visual and verbal methods in studying educational identities and practices / Anniina Suminen Guyas --
Exemplar : body critical : child-centered poly-media research and the fotonovela / Michael J. Emme and Anna Kirova --
Ethnography / Alice Lai, Fragmented becoming : ethnographical method / Natasha Prévost --
A study of Rastafarian culture in Columbus, Ohio / Ivy Chevers --
Accounts about before from now : historical research methods / John Howell White --
Schools and social conflict : a historian's approach to understanding curricula / Patricia M. Amburgy --
The art of portraiture / Heather Leah --
Portraiture, pottery, and pedagogy : examining portraiture methodology in the contexts of ceramics and teaching / Courtney Lee Weida --
Obtuse research : flights of excess in art education / Charles R. Garoian and Yvonne M. Gaudelius --
Post-representational approaches to theoretical research in the arts / Jason Wallin --
Networked art educational research practices / Robert W. Sweeny --
Unspoken lessons : the semiotics and visual culture of K-12 classrooms / Christine M. Woywod and Deborah L. Smith --
Conducting case study research / Karin Tolefson-Hall --
Two case studies of gendered spaces : translations of practice / Linda Hoeptner Poling --
Understanding and using case study methodology informed by autoethnography / Amy Pfeiler-Wunder --
Narrative inquiry : revealing experience / Mary Elizabeth Meier --
A research journey : narrative and the normative : pedagogy in the balance / Pamela Krakowski --
Re-searching alternate routes/roots : art teachers reconstructing practice and identity through autobiographical inquiry / Nadine M. Kalin --
A self-exploration of the relationship between art teaching and artistic practice / Christy Ortiz --
Critical action research activism : social structure and human agency / Karen Keifer-Boyd --
Student engagement: toward a democratic classroom / Betsy Murphy --
Acts of engagement / Elizabeth M. Delacruz --
Participatory action research in art education : possibilities for social change through collaborative visual inquiry / Karen Hutzel --
A cultural interface : new media research in art education / Michelle Tillander --
Tips and considerations for meaningful research --
Toward a framework of culturally relevant pedagogy in art education : using CRP to explicate teachers' relationships with self, students, knowledge, and community / Aparna Rae --
Making visible race, power, and injustice in museum and middle school art curriculum : collaborative research to understand cultural issues surrounding mimbres pottery / James W. Bequette and Judi Warrick Petkau --
Facilitating the research process and contributing to the field of art education, Some thoughts about research / F. Robert Sabol.
Responsibility: Melanie L. Buffington and Sara Wilson McKay, editors.

Abstract:

Designed for master's level students who are art educators and beginning researchers, this book also contains ideas for advanced researchers. Chapters on methodologies, as well as example studies in art education settings, work to bridge the perceived divide between theory and practice. Teachers and researchers can benefit from the knowledge and experience of art teachers, university faculty members, and museum educators who may balance multiple roles. Examples beyond public school classrooms include senior citizen centers, preschools, museums, and international sites. Additionally, pieces reflect facets of education that may not be sufficiently addressed in other places. As an artist makes decisions, experiments, refines, and reworks an artwork, a researcher also utilizes processes that are appropriate for conducting a particular research study. This collaboration of voices--including those of the authors, a graduate student, and a wide range of researchers with various perspectives of how research occurs in art education--will help new researchers and teachers who may not have considered conducting research as a possibility for them, find a glimpse of themselves as a teacher-researcher.

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