Ideology in the Art Room: Identifying the Values Ingrained the Curriculum | Presentation/Lecture

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“Ideology in the Art Room: Identifying the Values Ingrained in the Curriculum.” Art Education Association of Indiana, State Conference. Indianapolis, IN (2011). Presentation/Lecture. 

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Curriculum Session

Ideology in the Art Room: Identifying the Values Ingrained the Curriculum 

What is your purpose for providing children with art education? What social and economic roles are you preparing children to fulfill in society? Who will your students become: Fiercely independent creative intellectuals, Collaborative team-players, Strategic problem-solvers, Spiritual and emotionally sensitive community leaders? Learn how to use curriculum analysis tools to acutely understand your curriculum, identify unspoken values and goals being promoted, and how to align your teaching philosophy with curriculum you design and implement.

View the presentation in the slide show (below) or download it as a PDF file here: Ideology in the Art Room 2011 Presentation PDF