Variations on a Blue Guitar contains a selection of these never-before-published lectures touching on the topics of aesthetic education, imagination and transformation, educational renewal and reform, excellence, standards, and cultural ...
Author: Maxine Greene
Publisher: Teachers College Press
For 25 years, Maxine Greene has been the philosopher-in-residence at the innovative Lincoln Center Institute, where her work forms the foundation of the Institute's aesthetic education practice. Each summer she addresses teachers from across the country, representing all grade levels, through LCI's intensive professional development sessions. Variations on a Blue Guitar contains a selection of these never-before-published lectures touching on the topics of aesthetic education, imagination and transformation, educational renewal and reform, excellence, standards, and cultural diversity, powerful ideas for today's educators.
A Metaphor for Change in Learning and Teaching Alison Cook-Sather. Fielding, Michael. ... In Variations on a Blue Guitar: The Lincoln Center Institute Lectures on Aesthetic Education, 5–6. New York: Teachers College Press, 2001. ———.
Author: Alison Cook-Sather
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Her analysis reveals how teaching and learning are intimately linked together, how technology can transform learning, and how teachers and learners must reposition themselves in order to achieve the most transformative education."--Jacket.
There is, of course, no way to know, at this point, how these students might use aesthetic education in their ... Maxine Greene, Variations on a Blue Guitar: The Lincoln Center Institute Lectures on Aesthetic Education (New York: ...
Author: David Keiser Lee
Examines just how the important goals of educating for democracy can be achieved from the perspective of those working in teacher education and in P-12 schools.
Author: Randall Everett AllsupPublish On: 2016-06-27
In Variations on a Blue Guitar: The Lincoln Center Institute Lectures on Aesthetic Education, 192–198. New York: Teachers College Press, 2001. ———. “John Dewey and Moral Education.” Contemporary Education 48, no.
Author: Randall Everett Allsup
Publisher: Indiana University Press
In a delightfully self-conscious philosophical "mash-up," Randall Everett Allsup provides alternatives for the traditional master-apprentice teaching model that has characterized music education. By providing examples across the arts and humanities, Allsup promotes a vision of education that is open, changing, and adventurous at heart. He contends that the imperative of growth at the core of all teaching and learning relationships is made richer, though less certain, when it is fused with a student's self-initiated quest. In this way, the formal study of music turns from an education in teacher-directed craft and moves into much larger and more complicated fields of exploration. Through vivid stories and evocative prose, Randall Everett Allsup advocates for an open, quest-driven teaching model that has repercussions for music education and the humanities more generally.
Enacting the work of language instruction: High-leverage teaching practices. Alexandria, VA: ACTFL. ... Variations on a Blue Guitar: The Lincoln Center Institute lectures on aesthetic education. New York: Teachers College Press.
Author: Jennifer Eddy
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This book creatively redefines how teacher educators and faculty in secondary and post-secondary language education can become designers with intercultural education in mind. The author aligns theoretical frameworks with practical features for revising the modern language curriculum via themes and novel tasks that transfer language learning from classroom to community, developing communicative competence for mediation and learner autonomy along the way. For novice and experienced instructors alike, this book empowers them to: - design curriculum from transferable concepts that are worthy of understanding and have value within the culture(s) and to the learner; - develop assessments that ask the learner to solve problems, and create products that transfer concepts or address needs of various audiences that they will encounter in community, life, and work; - direct language learners through a spiral, articulated program that supports academic, career and personal goals. Pedagogical features include a glossary of key terms, research-to-practice boxes, scaffolded design tasks, reflection questions and template samples representing language exemplars from the following languages and cultures: Arabic, Chinese, Èdè Yorùbá, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Ladino, Nahuatl, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Te Reo Maori and Urdu. The accompanying online resources offer blank templates, PowerPoints and guides for designing bespoke curricula with key performance assessments.
The art of being present: Educating for aesthetic encounters. Journal of Education, 166(2), 123–135. Greene, M. (2001a). Being fully present to works of art. In Variations on a blue guitar: The Lincoln Center Institute lectures on ...
Author: Alexandra Lasczik
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Alternative education
This book focuses on critical walking and mapping practices through the research methodology of a/r/tography. Initially establishing seven global sites for employing movement-based research practices within culturally conceived a/r/tographic perspectives, the book builds upon and extends an international community of practice. The editors and contributors apply public pedagogy through a/r/tographic and critical walking inquiry, and explore how these forms may be engaged, understood and expanded globally. The chapters examine how a/r/tography and walking inquiry can be practiced, theorised, experienced, extended and conceptualised. The cartographic perspectives, theoretical positions and conceptual investigations included in this collection respond to the fundamental contemporary need for new and fresh models of teaching, learning and scholarship regarding global and local educational and social challenges. They offer tangible, aesthetic and rigorous examples for researchers, educators, community practitioners and research students to engage with a/r/tography and critical walking inquiry. Alexandra Lasczik is Professor and Associate Dean (Research) at Southern Cross University, Australia. Rita L. Irwin is Distinguished University Scholar and Professor of Art Education in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles is Professor and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education at Southern Cross University, Australia. David Rousell is Senior Lecturer in Creative Education at RMIT, Australia. Nicole Lee is affiliated to the University of British Columbia, Canada.
Each summer and winter , faculty members have joined together to explore the Institute's experiential process in depth through their own ... Variations on a blue guitar : The Lincoln Center Institute lectures on aesthetic education .
Author: Madeleine Fuchs Holzer
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Presents a collection of articles, narratives, book chapters, opinion pieces, and excerpts from multimedia works that describe the practice of teaching.
In fact , this book proposes a variety of perspectives for aesthetic education in which each author presents his / her own ... Variations on a Blue Guitar : The Lincoln Center Institute Lectures on Aesthetic Education , in which she ...
Author: Gene Diaz
Publisher: Peter Lang
The artist/educators in this book invite you to come with them on a journey of discovery into the meaning of teaching for aesthetic experience. With learning as their art, they create educational encounters with passion and feeling, and leave their students with vivid impressions, growth, and change. Each author engages in aesthetic experience from an individual perspective - as poet, dancer, visual artist, or musician - and each of them engages as an educator who brings art into his or her classroom, no matter what the subject. Inspired by the words of philosopher Maxine Greene, the contributors transform the theoretical into the practical, urging students to look to the arts and nature for simple beauty, and awaken their minds to new possibilities of creative learning.
Retrieved June 12, 2009, from http://gadoe.georgiastandards.org/index.aspx?PageReq=GSOQCC Greene, M. (2001). Variations on a blue guitar: The Lincoln Center Institute lectures on aesthetic education. New York: Teachers College Press.
Essays on Aesthetic Education for the 21st Century, co-edited by Tracie Costantino and Boyd White, brings together an international collection of authors representing diverse viewpoints to engage in dialogue about the ongoing critical relevance of aesthetics for contemporary art education.
Variations on a Blue Guitar: The Lincoln Center Institute Lectures on Aesthetic Education. New York, Teachers College Press, 2001. Gulla, Amanda, and Molly Sherman. eds. Nobody Knows the Stories of Others: An Anthology of Poetry and Art ...
Author: Abigail Cloud
Publisher: Vernon Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This volume speaks to the use of poetry in critical qualitative research and practice focused on social justice. In this collection, poetry is a response, a call to action, agitation, and a frame for future social justice work. The authors engage with poetry’s potential for connectivity, political power, and evocation through methodological, theoretical, performative, and empirical work. The poet-researchers consider questions of how poetry and Poetic Inquiry can be a response to political and social events, be used as a pedagogical tool to critique inequitable social structures, and how Poetic Inquiry speaks to our local identities and politics. The authors answer the question: “What spaces can poetry create for dialogue about critical awareness, social justice, and re-visioning of social, cultural, and political worlds?” This volume adds to the growing body of Poetic Inquiry through the demonstration of poetry as political action, response, and reflective practice. We hope this collection inspires you to write and engage with political poetry to realize the power of poetry as political action, response, and reflective practice.