now available as an eBook.
StARTing With… is an introduction to the art of art teaching in Canadian schools. It was designed and written by art teachers and art teacher educators from across Canada who wanted to provide a stARTing point for those interested in learning about the teaching of art. This book introduces you to the key roles, values and issues concerning teachers of art at the elementary level while also asking you to move beyond its pages into the realm of the possible, reflecting upon your personal beliefs and values in art education.
You can now offer a fully illustrated collection of art education readings and resources to your elementary education generalists in digital or print form (or both – the pagination is identical). In this time of shifting to online course offerings and limited access to bookstores, many students and teachers may prefer the new eBook option.
Faculty members and instructors:
When ordering texts for your education courses, please ask your campus bookstore to add the eBook option through Campus eBookstore.
The eBook can also be ordered by individuals directly from Campus eBookstore: https://www.campusebookstore.com/EBooks/Book.aspx?ID=9676342
Discount available for bookstores.
For more information, please contact the Canadian Society for Education through Art : email@example.com
Good Question: Arts-based Approaches to Collaborative Research with Children and Youth
– A comic book!
– A research anthology!
– Theoretical essays on Research.
Edited by Michael J. Emme (Art Education) & Anna Kirova (Early Childhood Education)
This e-book features:
- a 60–page research methods comic book designed for digital projection in the classroom.
- 10–examples of collaborative research (from 4 countries)
- 3–theoretical essays exploring concepts in Art, Play, and collaboration as research
PLUS: I have an 11” x 14” unframed art print set of the comic book, suitable for exhibition, that can travel to your institution (if you can cover postage and insurance).
Get in touch with Mike Emme at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Emergent Art Education
Next Directions in Canadian Research
Edited by: Alison Shields and Michael J. Emme (2016)
- As writers, researchers, artists and reviewers, 31 graduate students from across Canada have contributed to this anthology of cutting-edge, graduate student research.
Available for free through:
- Apple iBooks (ISBN: 978-0-9738340-5-5)
The Drawing Path for Children
By: Bob Steele (2014)
- Focused on the significant early learning reflected in children’s authentic drawing practices, this book merges 80 examples of children’s drawing with anecdotes and strategies from teachers and parents all framed by the insights of master educator and artist, Bob Steele.
A joint publication of the CSEA/SCÉA and InSEA