Defining Concepts in Your Discipline: An Activity for Students
Participants will engage in a hands-on activity to define terms and concepts, and then discuss how they could use this activity in their own discipline.
||Defining Terms and Concepts, Constructivist Learning
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.123-128.
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I have been the director of Art Education in the Department of Art at Central Washington University since 2000. My Ph.D. is in Curriculum and Instruction with a cognate area in Art Education from Indiana University. My M.S. degree is from Indiana University in Art Education, and I received a B.F.A. from the University of Michigan in Oil Painting and Ceramics. Previously I taught at Ball State University and the University of South Carolina. I have presented at international, national, regional, and local conferences on topics such as including aesthetics and art criticism in elementary school curricula, cooperative learning strategies, and reflective thinking. I received the 2001-2003 Western Region Binney & Smith Crayola Dream-Maker Grant, and in 1998-1999 the Mary McMullan Teacher Incentive Grant from the National Art Education Foundation. My chapter Including Aesthetics in a Second Grade Curriculum: It Can Be Done has recently been published in the book Teaching Art in Context: Case Studies For Preservice Art Teachers.
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