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The Art Room: Reflecting on My Multiple Roles in the Creation of Art Educational Videos for Children

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The Art Room: Reflecting on My Multiple Roles in the Creation of Art Educational Videos for Children

Kenny, Zachary (2012) The Art Room: Reflecting on My Multiple Roles in the Creation of Art Educational Videos for Children. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

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This research creation project uses the methodology of reflective practice as presented by Donald Schön (1983), with adaptations regarding the production of a creative project as proposed by Steven Scrivener (2000) and with the inclusion of active documentation as presented by Nancy De Freitas (2002). As a reflective practitioner, I examine how the roles of artist, producer, researcher, teacher and entertainer contribute to the creation of art educational videos designed for children ages 9-12. The project consists of three research cycles, each with the focus of producing a short, 10-20 minute, episode of The Art Room.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Fine Arts > Art Education
Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Authors:Kenny, Zachary
Institution:Concordia University
Degree Name:M.A.
Program:Art Education
Date:28 August 2012
Thesis Supervisor(s):Vaughan, Kathleen and Blair, Lorrie and Lachapelle, Richard
Keywords:art education, environmental, environment, eco, recycling, creativity, critical thinking, children, children's television, educational television, reflective practice, active documentation, the art room, educational media, internet broadcast
ID Code:974680
Deposited By:ZACHARY KENNY
Deposited On:25 Oct 2012 11:57
Last Modified:25 Oct 2012 11:57
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