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Art in the Primary School
Creating Art in the Real and Digital World




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ISBN 9780367273361
April 28, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
248 Pages 34 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Art in the Primary School is an introductory textbook, and a second edition to Teaching Primary Art, exploring the underpinning philosophy and pedagogy of teaching and learning art, including how and why digital tools and technologies can be integrated.

This book considers practical aspects of teaching art, focusing on the key processes of drawing, painting, printmaking, collage and textiles, working in three dimensions and making digital art. It is based around the idea that digital tools and technologies can and should be integrated into the learning and teaching of art, exploring:

  • What art is like in the primary school, why it should be taught and what is included in the curriculum
  • How learning is planned, assessed, taught and supported in the classroom
  • Learning about and from artists and how digital technology can be part of the art curriculum
  • Key processes such as drawing, painting, printmaking, collage and textiles, working in three dimensions and making digital art

Uniquely incorporating the use of digital devices, tools and technologies into the subject of art, this book will be essential reading for those training to teach and support learning in art in the primary school.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1 An introduction to art in the primary school

Chapter 2 The art curriculum in primary schools

Chapter 3 Learning about and from artists

Chapter 4 Digital technology and art

Chapter 5 Planning and assessing art

Chapter 6 Teaching and supporting learning in art

Chapter 7 Drawing

Chapter 8 Painting

Chapter 9 Printmaking

Chapter 10 Collage and textiles

Chapter 11 Working in three dimensions

Chapter 12 Making digital art

Going further

Appendix 1 Vocabulary used when talking about visual elements

Appendix 2 Tools and materials

Index

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Author(s)

Biography

Jean Edwards is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health, Education and Science at the University of Northampton, UK. She taught in primary schools for nineteen years and as a class teacher, art co-ordinator, and head teacher before teaching in higher education.

Helen Caldwell is an Associate Professor in Education at the University of Northampton, specialising in educational technology and online learning. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator.

Rebecca Heaton is an Assistant Professor in Visual and Performing Arts at the National Institute of Education (NIE), Singapore. She is a distinguished and internationally recognised art educator, who works with children and adults.

Reviews

"This second edition is very welcome and timely, even more detailed and even more inspiring! It’s especially exciting to see the new content on digital technologies and the guidance and ideas offered in this area alone would make for a wonderful, truly 21st century, primary art curriculum."
Dr Emese Hall, Senior Lecturer in Art Education, University of Exeter, UK.

"This is the definitive guidebook for those who wish to investigate or enhance their own knowledge of how to use digital tools and technologies with their pupils to create digital art works either individually or collaboratively. The authors, drawing upon their extensive expertise and experience, guide the reader to the appropriate digital tools and techniques to enable them and their pupils to create their own digital masterpieces, which can be showcased either virtually or in the real world. It is a book that you will keep referring to time and time again and will not be able to put it down!"
Andrew Csizmadia, Senior Lecturer in Computing Education, Ne?wman University, UK.

"This book is full of highly effective practical tasks that support teachers' own ideas in primary art and contains case studies providing useful examples to augment the text. It is a well-researched publication that benefits from the authors' up to date knowledge and experience of the primary art classroom and digital context.
Richard Hickman, Emeritus Professor of Aesthetic Development, University of Cambridge, UK.