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Arts-Based Education Research
Transcript of Arts-Based Education Research
The Good High School
Art for Scholarship's Sake
through the Arts, we may deepen and have a more complex conversation or understanding
the arts can help us address qualitative nuances of situations
the arts contribute a fresh perspective to our stock responses and understandings
German philosopher Friedrich Schiller,
educational philosophers such as Johann Pestalozzi, Johann Friedrich Herbart, and John Dewey, and education innovators such as Friedrich Froebel and Maria Montessori who valued the importance of experience as preliminary to knowing and understanding
•blend the boundaries between artistic and scientific approaches to research
"Louisa May's Story of Her Life"
Knowing is a multiple state of affairs; knowledge is not always reducible to language
The artistic process offers particular ways of knowing,
and the arts are a primary way of understanding experiences and phenomena in our world
The "postmodern turn"
Elliot Eisner and graduate students at Stanford University
Uses some of the hybridity seen above, but puts more emphasis on stand-alone artistry: poems, short stories, paintings, dance, and drama
Johnny Saldaña, Susan Finley,
& Macklin Finley
Una Bhroilméil & Donal O Donoghue
"Doing gender history visually"
Robert Quinn & Jamie Calkin
"A dialogue in words and images
between two artists doing arts-
"Body as fragment:
Art-making, Researching, and
Teaching as Boundary Shift"
In groups of 3 or 4:
a)talk about what you observe in the photographs, looking for a theme
b)once the theme is decided, look for other evidence of it in the photographs
c)suggest what other types of data you might need to complete your analysis