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Understanding Art Education: Engaging Reflexively with Practice
Introduction Part 1: Histories and Futures 1. Art and design in education: ruptures and continuities 2. A Return to Design in Art and Design: Developing creativity and innovation' Part 2:Expand
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Students' Gendered Experiences of High School Portfolio Art Assessment in Canada, the Netherlands, and England
This study combines findings in the literature with a small-scale survey of male and female students' gendered experiences of high school assessment in art in Canada, England, and the Netherlands.Expand
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Reforming the School Curriculum and Assessment in England to Match the Best in the World – A Cautionary Tale
This article traces the development of a new National Curriculum in England following the general election of 2010. The prevailing political ideology of an approach based on securing ‘core knowledge’Expand
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Art and Design: Assessment and Public Examinations
This paper originally was prepared for presentation to an international audience - I make this point because readers familiar with formal assessment of art and design in the United Kingdom will feelExpand
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Creativity: Delusions, Realities, Opportunities and Challenges
This article considers the background and provisions of the New Secondary Curriculum in England. Attention is drawn to the extent of the policy changes by comparing the ten-year old demands of theExpand
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InSEA: A Brief History and a Vision of its Future Role
This paper reflects on the early history of the International Society for Education through Art and the ambitious mission of the founders. An evaluation will be made of the present strengths of theExpand
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Art and design in the UK : The theory gap
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