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Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children

Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children

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Duração: 69 páginas48 minutos

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Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children by Susan H. McGuire takes readers on a journey through an art museum, finding ways to spark children’s interest by making connections with the artwork. Paintings and sculpture come to life through employing creative drama and movement strategies.

Students in undergraduate and graduate programs in Museology will learn innovative methods for interpreting and understanding artwork through kinesthetic learning. Readers can benefit from McGuire’s thirty-five-plus years of experience exploring the philosophy behind creative arts in education, and object-based learning, in order to educate and to appreciate works of art.

The integration of the arts to teach history, language arts, math, and science enriches students and inspires them to find connections in their own lives and to express their own creativity. Portions of this book benefit museum administrators for tips on community outreach with grade-level assemblies in the schools, making connections with academic curriculum, and the importance of communication before students and teachers visit the museum.

While this book is indispensable for museum educators and docents, art teachers, theater educators, classroom teachers, parents, and grandparents will benefit from experimenting with some of the activities during their next visit to a museum.

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Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children

Ações de livro

Comece a ler

Dados do livro

Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children

Duração: 69 páginas48 minutos

Descrição

Resurrecting Artwork: A Guide to Acting Out Artwork with Children by Susan H. McGuire takes readers on a journey through an art museum, finding ways to spark children’s interest by making connections with the artwork. Paintings and sculpture come to life through employing creative drama and movement strategies.

Students in undergraduate and graduate programs in Museology will learn innovative methods for interpreting and understanding artwork through kinesthetic learning. Readers can benefit from McGuire’s thirty-five-plus years of experience exploring the philosophy behind creative arts in education, and object-based learning, in order to educate and to appreciate works of art.

The integration of the arts to teach history, language arts, math, and science enriches students and inspires them to find connections in their own lives and to express their own creativity. Portions of this book benefit museum administrators for tips on community outreach with grade-level assemblies in the schools, making connections with academic curriculum, and the importance of communication before students and teachers visit the museum.

While this book is indispensable for museum educators and docents, art teachers, theater educators, classroom teachers, parents, and grandparents will benefit from experimenting with some of the activities during their next visit to a museum.

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