SEARCH RESULTS FOR ARTS EDUCATION IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 1393 ITEMS FOUND
Author(s): Munro, Thomas
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1959
The Interrelation of the Arts in Secondary Education was The Inglis Lecture given at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1960 by Thomas Munro. The transcript also include the author's notes.
Author(s): Read, Herbert
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1955
In this classic work, first published by Pantheon in 1948, Sir Herbert Read makes an analysis of the artistic activity in children, illustrated by many reproductions of children's drawings, and shows how these drawings can be used to determine the psychological disposition of the individual child. The methods of teaching and the school environment are discussed, and in the end the purpose of education is seen as the integration of the individual in a free society. Parents, educators, teachers of art, students of psychology, anyone interested in the psychology of children and adolescents, will
Author(s): Keppel, Frederick P. and Duffus, R.L.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1932
[This book] is one of a series of monographs published under the direction of the President's Research Committee on Social Trends, embodying scientific information assembled for the use of the Committee in the preparation of its report entitled Recent Social Trends in the . The Committee was named by President Herbert Hoover in December, 1929, to survey social changes in this country in order to throw light on the emerging problems which now confront or which may be expected later to confront the people of the . The undertaking is unique in our history. For the first time the head of the