Free Research

ASIA Project

Reggio Emilia_s Fundamental Principles

Master Resource List from CGCT

Teaching Artists Research Project 9-14-11 by Nick Rabkin

Arranging Your Art Room for Effective Learning NAEA Advisory

Popular Culture in Art K-12 Classrooms NAEA Advisory

The Art Room As Teacher NAEA Advisory

Introducing Interior Design in High School Art Programs NAEA Advisory

Looking at Art With Children NAEA Advisory

CTA Proposal

Proposal for Defining a Substantive Art Education by Charles A. Qualley

10 Lessons the Arts Teach by Elliot Eisner

Interdisciplinary Curriculum by NAEA Consortium

Web Resources for Arts Advocacy by NAEA

Very Special Arts funded by National Endowment for the Arts

Transitions in Art Lessons NAEA Advisory

The Role of the Artist by Adelheid Mers

Synopsis of Maxine Greene’s Educational Theory

The Status of the Arts by NAEA

teaching high school by NAEA

Introducing Disability Arts and Culture Report

Interdisciplinary Work in the Arts The Consortium of the National Arts Education Associations

A Proposal forDefining what Constitutes a Substantive Arts Education Program by NAEA

World Museums Database by Jim Duignan

From Heart to Head to Hand: A Synthesis of Issues & Strategies Raised at the From Content to Play Symposium

Please Touch: The Use of Tactile Learning in Art Exhibits

Teaching Museum Behaviors in an Interactive Gallery

When Artists Make Interactive Works of Art for Children: The Contemporary Arts Center’s UnMuseum®

The Getty Family Room: Unpacking the Ideas and Assumptions behind the Development of an Interactive Space

Crafting Content, Play and Space through Participation

LACMALab 2002, MAKING: A Collaborative Reinvention of the Family Museum Dynamic

Understanding Audiences: The Creation of the High Museum of Art Family Learning Gallery

Design and Boundaries: Exploring the Boundary Relations within the Context of Interactive Family-Oriented Museum Space

Keeping it Fresh: How Do We Keep Visitors Returning for More?

Designing Spaces for Children and Families: Architecture Inspired by Identity and Educational Philosophy

Families and Art Galleries: How Values and Philosophies Shape Spaces

Getting Children to Look: The Importance of Knowing Your Audience on Object Choice and Installation Design

Investigating Technology to Connect Children With History at the Chicago Historical Society

They Are “Content to Play”: Creating Responsive Interactive Spaces

Designing Exhibits for Kids: What Are We Thinking?

Learning for the Fun of It

ExART (Exploring with Artists’ Real Tools): A Table-Based Interface for Families; Using Tangible Input to Connect to Works of Art

10 Lessons the Art Teach by Elliot Eisner

Writings of Philip Yanawine

International Dialogues about Visual Culture Table of Contents by Rachel Mason and Theresa Eca (This is the Table of Contents ONLY)

Gifts of the Muse: Reframing the Debate about the Benefits of the Arts Commissioned by the Wallace Foundation

Youth Stories A smart project by Elgin Smith

The Arts and State Governments

Jorge Lucero writing by Jorge Lucero

Engaging Adolescents Guide A research piece on adolescents through the Arts developed by the  National Guild for Community Arts Education.

Reinvesting in Arts Education is the latest from the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities

History of Art Education timeline  http://www.personal.psu.edu/mas53/timelint.html