The paper analyzes the theories of educators and child psychologists surrounding the integration of art education into other aspects of learning in schools.
# 29284 | 5,866 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2002 |
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The paper examines the ideas and scholarly work of Elliot Eisner who does not favor a technocratic approach to teaching, as well as exploring Howard Gardner's comprehensive perspectives on the interplay between art and child development. The paper also looks at several examples of real-life scenarios in various schools to emphasize the different educational philosophies being implemented.
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