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    “Reinvesting in Arts Education: Winning America 's Future Through Creative Schools,” establishing collaborative connections among different educators in the arts is a top priority in education reform to foster a “creativity-rich environment” in schools (vii). Collaboration is getting emphasized in education reform because it helps build more creative atmospheres that in turn, give students more opportunity to grow. In this course, collaboration has helped the facilitators of this course provide my classmates and I with a creativity-rich environment by allowing us to explore and share our different perspectives on varying subject matter and also has helped…

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    Essay On Art Education

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    Art is the canvas for the body, mind, and soul. It inspires creativity and ideas; art is the outlet for emotion that cannot always be said in words. Art is implanted in our minds from an early age, and is especially important in schools. However important it may be, the United States has fallen behind in progress due to an influx of education of STEM education. Arts education is being overlooked by the government as a non-important issue. While most primary schools typically have art and music…

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    The Importance Of Art Education

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    “For very young children, making art -- or just talking about it- provides opportunities to learn words for colors, shapes, and actions” (Lynch). It is vital for a child to learn the importance of art early in their life so that they can choose whether or not they will be dedicated to pursue a career involving art skills. Learning about these basic forms of art at an early age gives children more insight in preparation for their educational life. “Although some may regard art education as a…

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    Maxine Green once stated that “The arts, it has been said, cannot change the world, but they may change human beings, who might change the world.” The arts can benefit many attributes of a person, either physical or mental. In time, students, teachers, and parents started to realize that this quote may have a point. For these benefits to appear, public schools should add more art to a school day. Art can help build better character, students test score will rise above their normal rate, and art…

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    Art Integrated Education

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    Due to the constant shrinking budget in education, art has been erased from the curriculum in majority of the schools. I believe that visual art is the foundation that can be used for students' to better comprehend subjects that are difficult. I believe that students that learn any fine arts, dance, drama, and music can improve academically in all core content areas, especially in low income communities. “Low-income youth in after-school arts programs did better across a wide range of variables…

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    United States have shifted heavily towards common core subjects of reading and math, but what about the importance of art education? Although some schools may regard art education as a luxury, simple and creative activities are some of the major building blocks needed for child development. Learning to create and appreciate visual aesthetics may be more important than ever to the development of the next generation of children as they grow into adults. It is important to know what functions art…

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    Art education was changing in America, “In the 1930’s, American public school art responded to various issues of labor selection, urbanization, and socialization. By the 1940’s and 1950’s, a new tension in the national political and economic condition resulted…” (Freedman, 1989, p.17). At the end of World War I, art educators looked to curriculum to address the needs of citizenship and social relationships. Kerry Freedman (1989) concludes art education had two layers, first, a curriculum that…

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    it comes to considering the arts and the importance of it within our lives. Speaking of fine arts, what is it? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the words, ‘Fine-Arts’ as: “a type of art (such as a painting, sculpture, or music) that is done to create beautiful things.” We see and appreciate Fine Arts in just about every part of our day-to-day lives, whether it be in watching television to viewing the advertisement billboard on the side of the road. Fine Arts covers many ideas, opinions and…

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    Art education has shaped the academic minds of students all over the United States and continues to develop students ' academic achievements and discoveries. Unfortunately, with the creation of the No Child Left Behind Act and the pressure on schools to deliver high test scores in core subject areas, support of art education has diminished. However, art education is essential to a student’s education as it has many benefits and can help students master other subjects more quickly and…

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    Art Education Essay

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    Intro: Art Education Philosophy Ideas of Art Education, being the fantastic teacher and creating the perfect classroom are centered around one thing; the student. I believe art education is an essential for every child’s wholesome development because it encompasses tangibility, expression, interpretation, inquiry, diversity, and connections. In my classroom every student will be motivated, challenged, and think critically while feeling free to ask questions and make mistakes. Influenced by…

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