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The Importance of Art Viewing Experiences in Early Childhood Visual Arts: The Exploration of a Master Art Teacher’s Strategies for Meaningful Early Arts Experiences

Eckhoff, Angela

Early Childhood Education Journal, 2008, Vol.35(5), pp.463-472 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The Importance of Art Viewing Experiences in Early Childhood Visual Arts: The Exploration of a Master Art Teacher’s Strategies for Meaningful Early Arts Experiences
  • Autor: Eckhoff, Angela
  • Assuntos: Art appreciation ; Early childhood ; Museum education ; Teaching strategies ; Visual art education
  • É parte de: Early Childhood Education Journal, 2008, Vol.35(5), pp.463-472
  • Descrição: The visual arts can be an important and rich domain of learning for young children. In PreK education, The Task Force on Children’s Learning and the Arts: Birth to Age Eight ( Young children and the arts: Making creative connections , Washington, DC: Arts Education Partnership, 1998) recommends that art experiences for young children include activities designed to introduce children to works of art that are high quality and developmentally appropriate in both content and presentation. This paper documents the teaching strategies utilized by a master art teacher at the Denver Art Museum to engage preschool-age students in art viewing experiences which were part of a museum-based art program. This research provides support for integrating rich, meaningful art viewing experiences as a regular part of young children’s arts experiences while offering early childhood educators teaching strategies for early art viewing experiences.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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