Arts and Learning SIG
Validity and Value in Education Research
2002 AERA Annual Meeting
in New Orleans, LA. April 1-5, 2002.

 Schedule
Time Details 
Mon April 1, 2002, 12:00 Noon  1.8   The Arts in Early Childhood: Curriculum in Context

  Symposium
           CHAIR(S)
           William Ayers, University of Illinois, Chicago

           PARTICIPANT(S)
           We Begin as Poets: Conceptual Tools and the Arts in Early Childhood
           Kieran Egan, Michael Ling, Simon Fraser University

           Constructing an Artistic Cultural Self
           Daniel J. Walsh, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

           Drawing Together: Peer Influence in Preschool and Kindergarten Art Classes
           Christine Marme Thompson, Pennsylvania State University

           School Arts as Hybrid Genre: Institutional, Cultural and Personal Context
           Liora Bresler, University of Illinois

           Pleasure, Creativity, and the Canrnivalesque in Children s Video Production
           Donna J. Grace, University of Hawaii; Joseph Tobin, University of Arizona

           Fictional Worlds and the Real World in Early Childhood Drama Education
           Shifra Schonmann, University of Haifa

           Early Childhood Literacy Education, Wakefulness, and the Arts
           Dan Thompson, Pennsylvania State University

           Music Technology and Young Children
           Peter Webster, Northwestern University

           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Colin Durant, University of Surrey, Roehampton
 

Marriott Third Floor Balcony J 

Tue April 2, 2002, 8:45a  11.63  Graphic Representation of Teaching as a Window to Preservice Teachers' Content Frames following Interaction with Classmates, Practicing Teachers, and Text
           PARTICIPANT(S) Alyson I. Whyte, Auburn University; Nancy C. Ellis, University of Vermont

           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Carol Ann Stowe, Columbia College Chicago

Sheraton Eighth Floor Armstrong Ballroom

Tue April 2,2002,6:15 pm  21.1  Contemporary Culture and Inquiry in the Arts: 
Arts and Learning SIG Business Meeting
           CHAIR(S)
           Liora Bresler, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
           PARTICIPANT(S)
           Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Engaging Student Inquiry Through Framed Expertise
           Christine D. Warner, Ohio State University

           Drama for Schools: Validity and Value in Drama-Based Instruction
           Kathlyn Steedly, 

           A Study of the Effect of Music on the Meanings Students Gain From Film
           John L. Vitale, OISE/UT

           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Regina Murphy, Dublin City University

Marriott Third Floor Balcony M 

Wed April 3,2002,10:35 am 26.58  Arts Education Across the Curriculum

Paper Session
           CHAIR(S)
Nancy C. Ellis, University of Vermont
           PARTICIPANT(S)
           An In-Depth Study to Document How the Arts Make a Difference in Students' Learning
           Imelda R. Castaneda, Debbie L. Zorn, University of Cincinnati; Glenn A. Ray, Association for the Advancement of Arts Education; Steve Geresy, Heritage Elementary School; Steve Taylor, Freedom Elementary School

           The Use of Contemporary Imagery in Discipline-Based Arts Education
           Eileen Reilich, Saint Martin's College; Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield, Sequim SD

           Drama for Schools: Validity and Value in Drama-Based Instruction
           Kathlyn Steedly, Sharon Grady, Jason Rodriguez, University of Texas at Austin

           Pedagogical Dilemmas in Dance and Music: Balancing the Demands of the Art with the Needs of the Person.
           Lee R. Bartel, University of Toronto; Linda M. Cameron, OISE, University of Toronto

           Predictors for Successful Teacher Implementation of Arts Infusion: A Three-year Investigation of an Artist-in-the-Classroom Program.
           Terry L. Fogg, Minnesota State University, Mankato; Marilyn Smith, Minneapolis Public Schools

           The Relationship Between Arts Learning and Cognitive Skills, Social Competencies, and Personal Dispositions
           Robert A. Horowitz, Amy Kleiman, Teachers College Columbia University

           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Joan C. Russell, McGill University

Le Meridien Third Floor Maurepas 3rd Floor

Thu April 4,2002,11:25 am  40.9    A comparative analysis of students' perceptions about composing: 
What, for them, characterizes aspects of composing?
Paper Discussion
           A comparative analysis of students' perceptions about composing: What, for them, characterizes aspects of composing?
           Betty Anne Younker, University of Michigan
           DISCUSSANT(S)  Lori A. Custodero, Teachers College, Columbia University

Sheraton Eighth Floor Armstrong Ballroom 6th Floor

Fri April 5,2002,11:25 am  53.3  The 1997 NAEP Arts Considered with New Directions for Learning Assessment
Paper Discussion
          PARTICIPANT(S)
           The 1997 NAEP Arts Considered with New Directions for Learning Assessment
           Mary R. Diket, William Carey College; Robert Sabol, Purdue University; David Burton, Virginia Commonwealth University; Pamela Thorpe, University of Missouri

           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Kent Seidel, University of Cincinnati

Sheraton Eighth Floor Armstrong Ballroom 

Fri April 5,2002,11:25 am  53.2  Philosophical Hermeneutics as a Theoretical Framework for Understanding Works of Art
Paper Discussion
           Philosophical Hermeneutics as a Theoretical Framework for Understanding Works of Art
           Tracie E. Costantino, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Dee M. Russell, Georgia College & State University

Sheraton Eighth Floor Armstrong Ballroom 

Fri April 5,2002,11:25 am  53.1  Inventing Artists in a Japanese American Taiko Ensemble: Learning as a Sociocultural Practice
Paper Discussion
           Inventing Artists in a Japanese American Taiko Ensemble: Learning as a Sociocultural Practice
           Kimberly A. Powell, Stanford University

           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Merryl R. Goldberg, California State University San Marcos

Sheraton Eighth Floor Armstrong Ballroom 

Fri April 5,2002,1:15 pm  55.3   Between the Ideal and the Real: A Reflective Study Of Teaching Art to Young Adults 
Paper Discussion
           PARTICIPANT(S)
           Patricia A. James, University of Minnesota
           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Imelda R. Castaneda, University of Cincinnati

Sheraton Eighth Floor Armstrong Ballroom 

Fri April 5,2002,1:15 pm  55.2   Authenticity and Revisionism in Art Education 
Paper Discussion
           PARTICIPANT(S)
           Authenticity and Revisionism in Art Education
           Mary L. Wyrick, Buffalo State College
           DISCUSSANT(S)
           Julia E. Koza, UW-Madison

Sheraton Eighth Floor Armstrong Ballroom 

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