A systematic review of the contribution of art education to cultural learning in learners aged 5–16
Mason, R., Gearon, L. and Valkanova, D. 2006. A systematic review of the contribution of art education to cultural learning in learners aged 5–16. London EPPI-Centre, Institute of Education.
|Authors||Mason, R., Gearon, L. and Valkanova, D.|
This review was prompted by a concern to collect
The wider range of cultural practices and identifications being advocated as a result of multicultural reform raises practical difficulties for art teachers. These are widely debated: for example, how to teach cultural heritage and which kind of cultural content to include. Governments are increasingly advocating the use of art education to redress pressing societal problems, such as social exclusion and culture conflict. However, the nature of such curriculum interventions and their impact on learners’ cultural identifications is unclear.
This systematic review covers a section of the
|Keywords||Arts; Art education; Cultural identity; Art curriculum; Systematic review|
|Publisher||EPPI-Centre, Institute of Education|
|Place of publication||London|
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|Deposited||10 Dec 2020|
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