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Incorporating Adolescent Identity: Developing a Middle School Exploratory Art Curriculum
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|Title:||Incorporating Adolescent Identity: Developing a Middle School Exploratory Art Curriculum|
|Contributors:||Krohn Ching, Val (advisor)|
adolescent identity development
|LC Subject Headings:||Education, Secondary|
|Date Issued:||01 May 2011|
|Abstract:||This study presents one teacher's quest to develop a meaningful identity-based middle school art program. The curriculum focuses on actively engaging middle school students in exploring their own identity and culture, and incorporates art history, art skills, and art techniques relevant to this age group.|
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Curriculum Studies Plan B Projects - 2011|
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