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The arts and academic achievement : what the evidence shows

Label
The arts and academic achievement : what the evidence shows
Title
The arts and academic achievement
Title remainder
what the evidence shows
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ENG
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
NX280
LC item number
.A687 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Journal of aesthetic education,
Series volume
vol. 34, no. 3-4
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Arts
  • Academic achievement
  • Cognition in children
Label
The arts and academic achievement : what the evidence shows
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • Special issue of: The Journal of aesthetic education (Fall/Winter 2000)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
The arts in education, evaluating the evidence for a causal link / Ellen Winner and Lois Hetland -- Arts-rich educational environments: Mute those claims, no evidence (yet) for a causal link between arts study and academic achivement / Ellen Winner and Monica Cooper. SAT scores of students who study the arts, what we can and cannot conclude about the association / Kathryn Vaughn and Ellen Winner. Does studying the arts engender creative thinking? Evidence for near but not far transfer / Erik Moga, Kristin Burger, Lois Hetland, and Ellen Winner -- Music: Listening to music enhances spatial-temporal reasoning, evidence for the "Mozart effect" / Lois Hetland. Music and mathematics, modest support for the oft-claimed relationship / Kathryn Vaughn. Can music be used to teach reading? / Ron Butzlaff. Learning to make music enhances spatial reasoning / Lois Hetland -- Drama, visual art, and dance: Strengthening verbal skills through the use of classroom drama, a clear link / Ann Podlozny. Instruction in visual art, can it help children learn to read? / Kristin Burger and Ellen Winner. Teaching cognitive skill through dance, evidence for near but not far transfer / Mia Keinänen, Lois Hetland, and Ellen Winner
Control code
ocm45894311
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
307 p.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o45894311
  • (Sirsi) o45894311
Label
The arts and academic achievement : what the evidence shows
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • Special issue of: The Journal of aesthetic education (Fall/Winter 2000)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
The arts in education, evaluating the evidence for a causal link / Ellen Winner and Lois Hetland -- Arts-rich educational environments: Mute those claims, no evidence (yet) for a causal link between arts study and academic achivement / Ellen Winner and Monica Cooper. SAT scores of students who study the arts, what we can and cannot conclude about the association / Kathryn Vaughn and Ellen Winner. Does studying the arts engender creative thinking? Evidence for near but not far transfer / Erik Moga, Kristin Burger, Lois Hetland, and Ellen Winner -- Music: Listening to music enhances spatial-temporal reasoning, evidence for the "Mozart effect" / Lois Hetland. Music and mathematics, modest support for the oft-claimed relationship / Kathryn Vaughn. Can music be used to teach reading? / Ron Butzlaff. Learning to make music enhances spatial reasoning / Lois Hetland -- Drama, visual art, and dance: Strengthening verbal skills through the use of classroom drama, a clear link / Ann Podlozny. Instruction in visual art, can it help children learn to read? / Kristin Burger and Ellen Winner. Teaching cognitive skill through dance, evidence for near but not far transfer / Mia Keinänen, Lois Hetland, and Ellen Winner
Control code
ocm45894311
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
307 p.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o45894311
  • (Sirsi) o45894311

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