Evaluating the impact of arts and cultural education : a european and international research symposium, January 10-12, 2007 / on the intitiative of the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research and the French ministry of Culture and Communication, a conference organized by the Centre Pompidou

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ISBN: 9782110071576.Publisher: Paris : La Documentation française : Centre Pompidou, cop. 2008Description: 494, [28] p.Summary: In January 2007, on the initiative of the French Ministries of Education and Culture, the Centre Pompidou organized a research symposium on evaluating the impact of arts and cultural education. This is the report of those three days· during which some fifty researchers from Europe and around the world met to compare their work, take stock of the progress that has been made and establish an overview of the ongoing research. A number of arguments are regularly put forward to support a greater role for arts and cultural education in schools. It is said to promote cognitive development and academic achievement; the acquisition of certain social skills and personality traits such as creativity, initiative or enterprise; the establishment of individual cultural identity and openness to other cultures; and to reduce the disparity in achievement between advantaged and disadvantaged children - all these reflect the variety of objectives assigned to arts and cultural education and the diversity of the cultural contexts in which it is provided. Drawing on developmental psychology, sociology, educational theory and cognitive science, ten round-table discussions offered an in-depth examination of such questions as: What can be evaluated and how? - What are the effects of arts and cultural education on cross-cutting shills and artistic and cultural practices? - Do the different arts (visual arts, music, dance, theatre and drama) have different specific effects? - What is the impact of partnerships between teachers and artists and other cultural professionals?. Thus the proceedings of the symposium contribute to a better understanding of the effects of the various educational approaches that put art at the heart of the learning process. (Font: Editor)
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In January 2007, on the initiative of the French Ministries of Education and Culture, the Centre Pompidou organized a research symposium on evaluating the impact of arts and cultural education. This is the report of those three days· during which some fifty researchers from Europe and around the world met to compare their work, take stock of the progress that has been made and establish an overview of the ongoing research.

A number of arguments are regularly put forward to support a greater role for arts and cultural education in schools. It is said to promote cognitive development and academic achievement; the acquisition of certain social skills and personality traits such as creativity, initiative or enterprise; the establishment of individual cultural identity and openness to other cultures; and to reduce the disparity in achievement between advantaged and disadvantaged children - all these reflect the variety of objectives assigned to arts and cultural education and the diversity of the cultural contexts in which it is provided.
Drawing on developmental psychology, sociology, educational theory and cognitive science, ten round-table discussions offered an in-depth examination of such questions as: What can be evaluated and how? - What are the effects of arts and cultural education on cross-cutting shills and artistic and cultural practices? - Do the different arts (visual arts, music, dance, theatre and drama) have different specific effects? - What is the impact of partnerships between teachers and artists and other cultural professionals?.

Thus the proceedings of the symposium contribute to a better understanding of the effects of the various educational approaches that put art at the heart of the learning process. (Font: Editor)

Opening session. Introduction: Presentation of the symposium : problematics, questions, issues at Stake / Emmanuel Fraisse ; Measuring the impact : research into arts and cultural education / Anne Bamford -- Session 1. Evaluation: questions of principle and method : Introduction ; Evaluating the impact of arts education : posing pertinent questions, employing suitable tools / Larry O’Farrell ; Contradictions and tension in the British creativity agenda : evaluating creative partnerships / David Parker, Julian Sefton-Green ; The cultural competency record : documenting competencies. Acquired through cultural education / Rolf Witte ; "Evaluating to understand, evaluating to improve" : an evaluation model for the MUS-E program / Carlos Peláez Paz ; Three lessons from Harvard Project Zero / Howard Gardner ; Summary -- Session 2. Impact and effects of arts and cultural education: Introduction ; Impacts for pupils and young people from the arts and education. Interface initiative / Pippa Lord ; Works of art are good things to think about / Shari Tishman, Patricia Palmer ; Enhancing critical thinking with art education / Nancy Lampert ; Third space : when learning matters / Richard J. Deasy ; Art in middle school : monographic inquiry into the effects of cultural and artistic practices / Véronique Chappuis, Alain Kerlan, Myriam Lemonchois ; Summary -- Session 3. Arts and cultural education : what objectives, what methods? Pedagogical approaches and education policy: Introduction ; Harvard Project Zero : the first forty years / Ellen Winner, Howard Gardner ; CARA Creativity Action Research Award projects 2004-2005 : a critical analysis / Dr. Catherine Burke, Pete McGuigan ; Creative learning and progression in the arts / Pamela Burnard ; Cultural development of the child through narrative learning / Pentti Hakkarainen, Milda Bredikyte ; Arts and cultural education in an international context : a look at some national and regional policies and their impact as reported in the literature / Madeleine Gauthier, Élisa Valentin ; Summary -- Session 4. Partnership between artists and teachers : structures and processes: Introduction ; Moving toward a culture of evidence : documentation and action research in the practice of arts partnerships / Gail Burnaford, Arnold Aprill ; An evaluation of the cultural hubs program / Sue Hayton, Fiona Forrest ; Many routes to meaning : children's language and literacy learning in creative arts projects / Kimberly Safford, Myra Barrs ; Extraordinary or inevitable? Evaluating the cultural rucksack (TCR) : a new arts and cultural program in primary and lower secondary schools in Norway / Jorunn Spord Borgen ; -Artists at school- The aesthetic experience at the heart of learning : evaluation of a scheme of artists in residence / Alain Kerlan, Roselyne Erutti ; Summary -- Session A. The effects of visual arts education: Introduction ; Standards for an evaluation of the effects of an artistic education / Pierre Gosselin ; The evaluation of transforming education. Through the arts challenge / Joy Frechtling, Sandra Rieder ; The contribution of cultural institutions to the training of art teachers : reflections on evaluation procedures employed / Rejane Coutinho ; Learning in the visual arts and the worldviews of young children : where self-efficacy and originality meet / James S. Catterall, Kylie A. Peppler ; Summary -- Session B. The effects of music education : cognitivist approaches: Introduction ; Music participation and academic scores : examination of the association between school music program participation and standardized test results / Christopher M. Johnson, Jenny E. Memmott ; An empirical investigation of the effects of music instruction on cognition / Frances H. Rauscher ; Learning music and cognitive modifiability / Adena Portowitz ; Are musicians more intelligent? How the human brain adapts to piano playing / Professeur Timo Krings ; Effects of music training on brain and cognitive development in underprivileged 3- to 5-year-old children : preliminary results / Helen Neville ; Summary -- Session C. The effects of music education : sociological approaches: Introduction ; Music activities and social inequality in academic achievement in the sixth grade / Marie-Céline Huguet ; The role of cultural and artistic activities in academic success : evaluation of the effects and sociological interpretation / Joél Zaffran ; The role of music in enhancing students'. Generic employability skills / Jennifer Bryce ; -Young people and opera- evaluating opera house initiatives aimed at young people : a comparison of France and the United Kingdom / Sylvie Saint-Cyr ; Summary -- Session D. The effects of dance, drama and theater education: Introduction ; The work of the National Theatre in Schools : changing patterns of arts evaluation in the United Kingdom / Helen Turner, Rachel Dickinson ; The meaning of practicing dance at school / Veronique Robin ; Summary -- Session E. The effects of Museum and Gallery Education: Introduction ; New perspectives on arts education, new forms of museum mediation : a reception study of pre-teenagers and teenagers making school visits to the Centre Pompidou / Jaqueline Eidelman, Séverine Dessajan, Jean-Pierre Cordier, Aurélie Peyrin ; The impact of participation in gallery education activities on schoolchildren's human, social and cultural capital / Andrew Newman, Chris Whitehead ; Arts education in urban centers : assessing processes and outcomes related to arts learning environments / Karen DeMoss ; Summary -- Closing sesson. Arts and cultural education as laboratory?: Introduction ; Beyond drumming and batik : an analysis of creative approaches to exploring community cohesion and diversity with children and young people / Patricia Cochrane ; Designing an in-school teaching artis training program / Lynn Waldorf ; Summary -- Closing summary: Introduction ; Main conclusions of the symposium ; Clossing address -- A concluding look forward -- Profiles of speakers and chairpersons

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