How do Artists Think?: The Studio Thinking Framework
Creating in the visual arts requires many different types of thinking. Not merely an expressive endeavor or a technical talent some have, artistic behavior includes broad thinking dispositions like observing, exploring, reflecting, and persisting. In this talk, we’ll discuss the Studio Thinking study (Hetland et al., 2007), which systematically identified habits of mind taught in high quality secondary visual arts classrooms, and how these have been applied as learning goals by art teachers of young students (Hogan et al., 2018).
Jill Hogan (she/her) is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Siena College in New York. Her work focuses primarily on habits of mind in music and visual arts education and she enjoys building bridges between academia and classroom practice. Before academia, Jill taught general music for six years in schools that specialize in giftedness and special needs inclusion. www.jillhoganinboston.com
Wann? Freitag, 11.02.2022, um 15.00 Uhr
Wo? Online über Zoom oder in Raum 1405
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Anmeldungen bitte bis spätestens 04.02.2022