A Case Study of a National Arts Education Partnership
Chapter 4. Arts Integration
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Nature of Arts Instruction
All partners described similar ways in which the projects integrated arts activities across the curriculum: multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and integrated arts (refer to appendix 2, pp. 111–115). In addition, both the artists and project coordinators described disciplinary and field-based approaches, and the teachers described parallel disciplines and multicultural arts. These approaches may be placed on an arts learning axis from disciplinary-based to integrated arts to describe a shifting emphasis from subject matter focus (i.e., learning in, within, and about the arts) to arts integration (i.e., learning with and through the arts) (refer to table 4.1).
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