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Celebrating Pluralism: Art, Education, and Cultural Diversity
Chalmers, G. (1996). Celebrating pluralism: Art, education, and cultural diversity. Los Angeles, CA: The Getty Education Institute for the Arts. 91 pages. ISBN 0-89236-393-2. Dear Dr. Chalmers andExpand
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A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial to Improve Prescribing Patterns in Ambulatory Pediatrics
Objectives: Having shown previously that an electronic prescription writer and decision support system improved pediatric prescribing behavior for otitis media in an academic clinic setting, weExpand
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Celebrating Pluralism Six Years Later: Visual Transculture/s, Education, and Critical Multiculturalism
In this lecture I examine changes in my thinking, and in multicultural education, since the publication of Celebrating Pluralism: Art Education and Cultural Diversity (Chalmers, 1996). We need toExpand
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Art Education as Ethnology
The anthropological study of art is essentially an analysis of cultural forms and the social processes which produce them according to the aesthetic precepts of a specific group of people at aExpand
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The Origins of Racism in the Public School Art Curriculum
Where do ideas about art curricula fostering elitist and culture-bound understandings of art originate? Notions of race have conditioned our understanding of art. In this paper, the author examinesExpand
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Teaching Visual Culture. Curriculum, Aesthetics and the Social Life of Art
Teaching Visual Culture. Curriculum, Aesthetics and the Social Life of Art Kerry Freedman (2003). New York and Reston VA: Teachers College Press and the National Art Education Association. 189 pages.Expand
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A Cultural Foundation for Education in the Arts
The danger that this writer sees with some developments in "aesthetic education" is an apparent limitation of attention to the philosophical and psychological dimensions of the art product. Art isExpand
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Of Kuia and Kaumatua
We are probably all familiar with elementary school projects involving young students getting to know and interact with the senior citizens in their community. Usually this multigenerational activityExpand
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