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This book is a theoretical and practical guide to implementing an inquiry-based approach to teaching which centers creative responses to works of art in curriculum. Guided by Maxine Greene's philosophy of Aesthetic Education, the authors discuss the social justice implications of marginalized students having access to the arts and opportunities to find their voices through creative expression. They aim to demystify the process of inquiry-based learning through the arts for teachers and teacher educators by offering examples of lessons taught in high school classrooms and graduate level…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book is a theoretical and practical guide to implementing an inquiry-based approach to teaching which centers creative responses to works of art in curriculum. Guided by Maxine Greene's philosophy of Aesthetic Education, the authors discuss the social justice implications of marginalized students having access to the arts and opportunities to find their voices through creative expression. They aim to demystify the process of inquiry-based learning through the arts for teachers and teacher educators by offering examples of lessons taught in high school classrooms and graduate level teaching methods courses. Examples of student writing and art work show how creative interactions with the arts can help learners of all ages deepen their skills as readers, writers, and thinkers.
Autorenporträt
Amanda Nicole Gulla is Professor of English Education at Lehman College (CUNY), USA, where she teaches writing and aesthetic education. Her research and writing focus primarily on creativity, imagination, and social justice in education, as well as poetic inquiry. She is the author of a poetry book, A Banner Year for Apples, and sits on the Board of Directors of the Maxine Greene Institute for Aesthetic Education and the Social Imagination. Molly Hamilton Sherman teaches graduate students in the English Education Program at Lehman College (CUNY), USA, and high school English at Harvest Collegiate High School in New York City, USA. She has taught EFL, English, and English Education on three different continents. She also facilitates professional development for the New York City Writing Project.