We've gone from the height of Discipline-Based Art Education to the emergence of Visual Culture Art Education, from multiple intelligences and alternative assessments to high-stakes standardized testing, from teaching for lifelong learning to teaching for the test.
What does DBAE stand for?
DBAE stands for Discipline-Based Art Education
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The Getty Center for Education in the Arts supported a discipline-based art education movement, and in 1984, outlined a comprehensive approach organized around four components: artistic perception, creative expression, historical and cultural context, and aesthetic valuing.
Considering Rituals and Roles In the wake of numerous issues and conflicts within the field of art education, including issues such as the evisceration of the visual arts, creativity, discipline-based art education, multiculturalism, postmodernism and visual culture, and especially in these troubled times, art teachers might follow, and help their students follow, the authors' advice: "In the face of difficulty, we can despair, get angry .
We incorporate critical-thinking skills and use discipline-based art education (DBAE) theory.
Rooted in the four disciplines of art as advocated by Discipline-Based Art Education (DBAE) while incorporating concepts from the Comprehensive Art Education theorists, the authors have delivered a series of challenging practical and provocative art ideas.
Discipline-Based Art Education with content drawn from art historians, art critics, artists, and aestheticians.