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|Description:||xii, 164 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Making the case for the arts : why arts education is not just a luxury --
Part I. Studio classrooms : the how of studio teaching. Elements of studio classrooms ; Studio structures for learning : three flexible classroom formats ; A fourth overarching studio structure : exhibition --
Part II. Introducing the studio habits of mind : a dispositional view of what the arts teach. Develop craft : technique, studio practice ; Engage and persist : committing and following through ; Envision : thinking in images ; Express : finding meaning ; Observe : really seeing, not just looking ; Reflect : question and explain, evaluate ; Stretch and explore : taking a leap ; Understand art worlds : domain, communities --
Part III. Integrating studio structures of learning with the studio habits of mind. Demonstration-lecture and the studio habits of mind ; Students-at-work and the studio habits of mind ; Critique and the studio habits of mind ; Exhibition and the studio habits of mind ; Studio thinking : a common language for practice, research, and policy --
Appendix A: Project examples --
Appendix B: Conducting the research.
|Other Titles:||Studio thinking two|
|Responsibility:||Lois Hetland, Ellen Winner, Shirley Veenema, and Kimberly M. Sheridan ; foreword to the second edition by Louise Music ; foreword to the first edition by David N. Perkins.|