AERA Arts and Learning SIG     2004 Annual Meeting
April 12 – 16, 2004
 Arts and Learning SIG Program


SUAVE: A Model for Arts Integration and Professional Development

Merryl Goldberg, Invited Speaker

Wednesday, 4/14/2004 from 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.

Marriott - Solana, South Tower, First Level


Aesthetic Lives: Teaching and Learning as Creative Work

Monday, 4/12/2004 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Hyatt - Gregory A, Second Level

Lori A. Custodero and Anna Neumann are co-chairs and also

Papers to be presented:

In the Beginning: Hunter-Gather and Infant Aesthetics and Twenty-First Century Educational Thought
Ellen Dissanayake, Independent Author and Scholar

"Being with": The Resonant Legacy of Childhood's Creative Aesthetic
Lori A. Custodero, Teacher's College, Columbia University

Teaching as a Meaningful Life
David T. Hansen, Teachers College Columbia University

To Glimpse Beauty and Awaken Meaning: Struggles for Aesthetic Experience in Scholarly Learning
Anna Neumann, Teacher's College, Columbia University  (Chair)

University of California ArtsCore: The Arts Within the Core Curriculum

Tuesday, 4/13/2004 from 12:25 p.m. - 1:55 p.m.

Marriott - Rancho Las Palmas, South Tower, Fourth Level

Liane Brouillette, University of California at Irvine  (Chair)

Kimberly B. Burge, University of California at Irvine  (Participant)

Linda M Clinard, University of California at Irvine  (Participant)

Maureen A. Burns, University of California at Irvine  (Participant)

Jim Thomas, OCDE  (Participant)

Sylvia Turner, Santa Ana College  (Participant)                top

Imaging Flesh: Embodied Knowing and Arts Education

Tuesday, 4/13/2004 from 4:05 p.m. - 6:05 p.m.

Marriott - Point Loma, South Tower, First Level

Liora Bresler, University of Illinois  (Chair)

Michael Peters, University of Glasgow  (Participant)

Stephanie Springgay, University of British Columbia  (Participant)

Christine M. Thompson, Pennsylvania State University  (Participant)

Susan W. Stinson, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Participant)

D. Jean Clandinin, University of Alberta (Discussant)

Measuring Learning in the Arts: A Network of Assessment Approaches

Thursday, 4/15/2004 from 10:35 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.

Marriott - Pacific, South Tower, First Level

Richard E. Siegesmund, University of Georgia  (Chair)

Jana Kay Slater, Public Health Institute  (Participant)

Mary Vradelis, California Poets in the Schools  (Participant)

Lynn A. Waldorf, University of California at Los Angeles  (Participant)

David M. Fetterman, Stanford University  (Participant)

Matthew D. Thibeault, Stanford University  (Participant)

Richard E. Siegesmund, University of Georgia  (Participant)

Arnold Aprill, Chicago Art Partnerships in Education  (Discussant)

ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS                  top

Teaching and Learning in the Arts Roundtable 1  

Thursday, 4/15/2004 from 9:05 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Hyatt, Elizabeth Ballroom D Second Level

Children’s Views on Teaching and Learning in Drawing

            Nadine Kalin, University of British Columbia

Using Aesthetigrams to ‘Do’ Aesthetics with Adult Learners: An Action Research Study

            Boyd White, McGill University

Enhancing Mathematical Achievement Through an Elementary Arts Program: Results of a 3-Year Study

            Eileen Harris, Queen’s University

Teacher as Mediator: A Teacher’s Influence on Students’ Experiences Visiting an Art Museum

            Tracie Costantino, Univeristy of Illinios at Urbana-Champaign

No Longer Tilting Windmills: Challenges and Possibilities in Teacher Learning and Development in Drama/Theatre Education

            Laura A. McCammon, University of Arizona

            Lorenzo Garcia, University Of North Texas

            Shifra Schonmann, University Of Haifa

            Christine Warner, The Ohio State University

Resistance and Reflection: Dual Portals to Teacher's Discovery and Growth Using Action Research Reporting Methodology

            Grace Friedman, St. John’s University

Increasing Appreciation and Active Involvement in the Arts with Academically and Economically At-Risk Inner City School Children Using an Arts-Infusion Approach             Richard Luftig, Miami University

Teaching and Learning in the Arts Roundtable 2         top

Thursday, 4/15/2004 from 2:15 p.m. - 2:55 p.m.

Hyatt - Elizabeth Ballroom E, Second Level

 ‘Let me draw!’ Using the Arts for Learning Content Knowledge and Critical Thinking in an Urban School

            Peter McDermott, The Sage Colleges

To Be or Not to Be: The Teacher/Artist Conundrum

            Susan Zwirn, Hofstra University

Listening to Children’s Voices

            Christine Mulcahey, Rhode Island College

Through the Eyes of an artist: A study of teaching artists engaged in educational assessment.

            Barry Oreck, University of Conneticut

            Jane M. Piirto, Ashland University

Visual Arts and Writing: A Mutually Beneficial Relationship

            Guy Trainin, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Evolution of a Creative Arts Course for Pre-Service Elementary Teachers: An Instructor’s Self-Study

            Elaine Gore, Georgia Southern University

How Arts Integration Supports Student Learning: Students Shed Light on the Connections

            Karen Demoss, University of New Mexico                 top