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iJADE: The following articles have been found matching your search:

Article Volume
'Imagination Need Not Die': Alexander Barclay-Russell's Work on Education in Art
THISTLEWOOD, DAVID
2.2
1983
(Re) thinking Emotions in Visual Education Activities: Students' Experiences (pages 399 – 412)
CASIAN, SILVIA; LOPES, AMELIA & PEREIRA, FATIMA
37.3
2018
5x5x5 = Creativity in the Early Years
FAWCETT, MARY AND HAY, PENNY
23.3
2004
Jiselle and the Royal Jelly: Power Conflict and Culture in an Interdisciplinary Game Design Course
DICKEY, MICHELE D.
29.2
2010
A (Con)text for New Discourse as Semiotic Praxis
FULKOVA, MARIE & TIPTON, TERESA M.
27.1
2008
A Chaotic Intervention: Creativity and Peer Learning in Design Education (pages 146–156)
BUDGE, KYLIE ; BEALE, CLAIRE and LYNAS, EMMA
32.2
2013
A Collaborative Design Curriculum for Reviving Sheet Metal Handicraft (pages 369–377)
CHAN, PATRICK K. C.
34.3
2015
A Comparative Study of Further Education Staff Attitudes to Multi-cultural and Racist Reforms in Art and Design Education
PARSONS, KATE
14.2
1995
A Conceptualisation of Emotion within Art and Design Education: A Creative, Learning and Product-Orientated Triadic Schema
SPENDLOVE, DAVID
26.2
2007
A Consideration of the Relationship between Creativity and Approaches to Learning in Art and Design
PARKER, JANE
24.2
2005
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News: The following news items have been found matching your search:

  
Brexit Report, Creative Industries Federation 31 October 2016
Tate Research Centre: Learning - information and call for submissions 31 August 2014
TEA (Thinking, Expression and Action) Update 1 31 August 2012
Learning Outside the Classroom 30 September 2008
New web site resources from Cumbria and Lancashire 30 September 2004
A new Edge Foundation report examines the skills shortages faced by employers and why current education policies need to change 30 October 2018
Notice of the Annual General Meeting 2019 30 November 2018
New Hadrian’s Wall School Learning Resource Online 30 March 2015
Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 30 March 2012
Lords debate The Queen’s Speech and ask questions on the Ebacc, Brexit and creative talent 30 June 2017
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Market Place: The following websites have been found matching your search:

 
Art Republic
artrepublic.com has one of the UKs largest selections of high quality online art posters and prints, it also has an unbeatable and indispensable guide to art museums and exhibitions throughout the world. The company has been trading on the web for over 3 years and has over 20 years experience of retailing within this market.
Goodwill Art
Goodwill Art provides award-winning resources for Art, Craft & Design and RE teachers, now available as ebooks (pdfs) for use with whiteboards. Our 50 different teaching guides – each with 25 or 30 images, background information and lesson plans adaptable for any Key Stage — cover a range of art forms in series on Paintings on Popular Themes; Key Modern Art Styles; World Art; Craft, Design & Culture and World Religions through Art.
Great Art
10% discount for nsead members - choose from 20,000 products in Great Art’s catalogue of quality artists’ materials – the biggest single source of art supplies in Europe. All the top brands and those hard to find specialist items are available ex stock – and many at 50% off list prices. Everything, from paints, papers, brushes to printing presses, kilns, soapstone, is just a phone call away on 0845 601 5772 or click on this link.

Illuminations Publishing
Illuminations is a dynamic and innovative producer of cultural content for television, video, DVD, online and other platforms. The company has a distinguished history of making programmes about the arts, digital culture and ideas for broadcast and other distribution in the UK and overseas. Illuminations Publishing, created in 2001, now has a publishing list of over 60 DVD and VHS films about the arts. This initiative includes documentaries produced alongside major exhibitions and well-known institutions such as Tate and Shakespeare's Globe, as well as the EYE, an acclaimed series of interview-based profiles of contemporary artists. These productions provide an exciting opportunity for Illuminations to build on its excellent reputation as a producer of high quality programmes about the arts and culture. Please contact Louise Machin
Intellect Books
Intellect publishes books and journals of both scholarly and general interest. It tracks the newest developments in digital creative media - such as art, film, television, design and the Web. Intellect are offering NSEAD members a reduced subscription rate to their range of journals. Members may order personal subscriptions at rate of £20 instead of the normal £30. These include: Journal of Visual Art Practice; Journal of Media Practice and Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education among others.
Pisces
Pisces are the specialists in art and design products for the Education Sector, with over 35 years experience and a dedicated artistic team we are pleased to offer an extensive range of British made sketchbooks and the highest quality tools and materials available. New for 2011 we have a fantastic range of own brand products that have been developed with teachers and students in mind, including Acrylic Paint, Colouring Pencils and Pens and an exclusive granulated paint which is good for the environment. Pisces has 2 catalogues offering the best in Key stage 3 and 4 art and design materials and a Primary range packed full of fun resources that will help develop creativity in your budding artists.
Be Inspired!
The Dover Bookshop
An expert selection from the stockholding of Dover Publications Inc., Pictorial Archive and Clip art books; the largest collection of copyright-free images and illustration references in the world. Specialists in royalty-free image books, in fine arts and graphic arts; always held on our shelves whenever possible...ready to send. No other supplier can compete on delivery, expertise and service.
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Advocacy: The following websites have been found matching your search:

 
Advocacy postcards, by NSEAD (members only)
NSEAD's nine advocacy postcards (for members only) can be downloaded from the NSEAD Papers section of the website. The postcards help to make explicit the value of our subject and why art, craft and design matters. To download them you must be logged in as a member.
Advocacy posters, by NSEAD (members only)
NSEAD's advocacy poster can all be downloaded from the NSEAD Papers section of the website (for members only). The poster helps to make explicit the value of our subject and why art, craft and design matters. To download them you must be logged in as a member.

Members and non-members can purchase the full-sized poster from the NSEAD online bookshop.
Advocacy resource, Why art, craft and design matters (members only)
NSEAD's six-page advocacy resource can be downloaded from the NSEAD Papers section of the website. This resource will help teachers and educators make explicit the value of our subject, to parents and carers; head teachers; senior leaders and to the public. Remember to log in first as an NSEAD member to download this resource.
Art and Design Education, a guide for Governor and Trustees
Art and Design Education, a guide for Governor and Trustees will help explain the vital role governors have in championing and advocating for high-quality art and design education. The Guide was created by NSEAD in partnership with Arts Council England and National Governors' Association.
Art, craft and design education advocacy videos
Curated by Dr Emese Hall this selection of videos draws together artist, makers and designers, organisations and arts professionals, from Elliot Eisner to Chris Riddall, the Crafts Council to the Campaign for Drawing, each of these videos offers advocacy for art, craft and design education.
Arts Council England Advocacy Toolkit and Posters
The Arts Council England Toolkit includes pages, posters and key facts that sum up why public investment in arts and culture is important. Their aim is to demonstrate the value of public investment in arts and culture. The posters identify the growth in arts and culture related employment and exports.
Bob and Roberta Smith an advocacy message
In partnership with NSEAD's colleagues at the Campaign for Drawing we commissioned a film of our patron Bob and Roberta Smith talking about why we must teach art and design in schools.
Heads for the Arts
Heads for the Arts are a group of headteachers who represent highly successful secondary schools across England. The Heads for the Arts website include a collection of case studies, key creative industry facts and A Case for the Arts which summarise the value and importance of high quality arts education.
How can teachers interpret the national curriculum for art and design, a short film
This film commissioned by the Expert Subject Advisory Group for Art, Craft and Design explains the requirements and range of interpretations of the art and design national curriculum.
Tale and Why Study Art
Tracking Arts Engagement and Learning, TALE, is a three-year longitudinal research project which investigated arts education in secondary and special schools. The project partners have investigated the benefits of arts education in a publication called Time to Listen. Following on from the report's findings, TATE shots asked leading artists, actors, filmmakers, architects and choreographers why art should be on the curriculum. A powerful film explains Why study art?
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Occasional Papers: The following papers have been found matching your search:

Misrepresentation of art and design in Initial Teacher Education
(PDF document)
Dr Rachel Payne shares the NSEAD ITE Special Interest Group's evidence-based letter to Damien Hinds MP. The letter raised two key issues about the misrepresentation of art and design subject by the DfE. This is specifically in relation to initial teacher education and comes at a time of significant recruitment issues.
ADVOCACY downloadable resource: Why art, craft and design matters
(PDF document)
These six-page downloadable advocacy resource makes explicit the value of our subject. The resource explains 'Why must art, craft and design be on the curriculum'; 'Where our subject can lead' and it also makes explicit the value of our subject to parents and carers; head teachers; senior leaders and the public at large. The resource is available as a single page and as a double-page format.
ADVOCACY postcards: Art, craft and design is for...
(PDF document)
These nine downloadable advocacy postcards make explicit the value of our subject. Collectively and individually the postcards explain why art, craft and design matters.
ADVOCACY poster: Art, craft & design is for...
(PDF document)
This is NSEAD's advocacy poster, created by with the guidance and support of NSEAD Forum. The poster (46-58cm) will be available for sale to members and non-members and is also sold with AD issue #23. The poster, along with advocacy resource, makes explicit the value of our subject to parents and carers, head teachers, senior leaders and the public at large.
Developing Great Subject Teaching, Wellcome Trust,16 May 2018
(PDF document)
Hilary Leevers (HL), Head of Education and Learning Wellcome Trust, and Nan Davies (ND), Project Manager for Professional Development, summarised evidence from Developing Great Subject Teaching which shows subject-specific CPD is effective in raising attainment and retaining subject teachers.
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Goodwill Art: The following packs have been found matching your search:

  
Starter Sets" Bedrooms
Starter Sets" Bridges
Starter Sets" Colour
Starter Sets" Dance
Starter Sets" Dressing
Starter Sets" Games
Starter Sets" Gardens
Starter Sets" Interiors
Starter Sets" Landscape
Starter Sets" Leisure

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