Best Views: Inside the classes and ideals of accomplished art teachers

James Cook University
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Australian Art Education, 2002, 24 (2), pp. 40 - 50
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This paper presents a detailed investigation of the conversations that a group of art teachers have about learning in art, teaching art and the system of art education. Using an arts-based methodology the teachers are positioned as artists in the study while the researcher adopts a position of appreciation and critique. The results stress the importance of personal qualities and feeling in art education. The connection is made between the ways in which accomplishment can be used to inform teacher education in the visual arts
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