Curriculum Issues in Arts Education, Volume 3: The Development of Aesthetic Experience focuses on the processes, methodologies, and approaches involved in the development of aesthetic experience, including art education, developmental theories, and aesthetic assessment.
The book first tackles the concept of aesthetic development and aesthetic dimension in art education. The text then explores the psychological viewpoint of aesthetic development and aesthetic development in music. Topics include music education, music and function, task of teachers, developmental relationships between processes or roles, and uses and misuses of developmental theories.
The publication ponders on the role of teachers and students, aesthetic development in dance, and drama as learning, art, and aesthetic experience. The manuscript then examines emotional development in adolescence, meaning in aesthetic experience, and aesthetic assessment and the reliability factor.
The book is a reliable source of information for educators and readers interested in the development of aesthetic experience.
Section I - Philosophical Issues
The Concept of Aesthetic Development
The Aesthetic Dimension in Art Education: A Phenomenological View
Section II - Psychological Issues
Aesthetic Development: A Psychological Viewpoint
The Concept of 'Development' in Aesthetic Education
Knowing Face to Face: Towards Mature Aesthetic Encountering
Section III - Curriculum Issues
Aesthetic Development in Music
The Challenge of Art Education: The Role of the Teacher and the Role of the Student
Aesthetic Development in Dance
Drama as Learning, as Art and as Aesthetic Experience
Postscript to Gavin Bolton
Section IV - Educational Issues
Emotional Development in Adolescence
Everyman - Artist
Meaning in Aesthetic Experience, some Personal Observations
Aesthetic Assessment and the Reliability Factor
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- © Pergamon 1982
- 1st January 1982
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