Teaching Meaning in Artmaking
How to make personal connections in artmaking
Built upon a constructivist philosophy of learning, this book explores ways of fostering inquiry and discovery in the studio classroom. The works of contemporary artists are used to help explain the role of big ideas and personal connections in artmaking.
Available individually or as part of the Art Education in Practice Series. 160 pages, softcover
- Examples of artists' practices in artmaking
- Tips on designing meaningful studio instruction
- Problem solving strategies
- Ideas about what it means to teach and to understand
- Questions and practical strategies on "unpacking" the artmaking process
Table of Contents
- Big Ideas and Artmaking
- Personal Connections
- Building a Knowledge Base for Artmaking
- Problem Solving
- Setting Boundaries
- Designing Studio Instruction
- Ways of Working: Artist’s Practices
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Tags: Teaching Meaning in Artmaking, Art Education in Practice Series, Sydney R. Walker, Marilyn G. Stewart, Sydney Walker, Marilyn Stewart, professional development
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