The Language of Art

The Language of Art : Inquiry-Based Studio Practices in Early Childhood Settings

The Language of Art : Inquiry-Based Studio Practices in Early Childhood Settings

  • Format: Paperback | 288 pages
  • Dimensions: 213 x 277 x 12.7mm | 807.39g
  • Publication date: 08 Nov 2016
  • Publisher: Redleaf Press
  • Publication City/Country: St Paul, MN, United States
  • Language: English
  • Edition: Revised
  • Edition Statement: 2nd Revised edition
  • ISBN10: 1605544574
  • ISBN13: 9781605544571
  • Bestsellers rank: 78,811

Typical art resources for teachers offer discrete art activities, but these don't carry children or teachers into the practice of using the languages of art. This resource offers guidance for teachers to create space, time, and intentional processes for children's exploration and learning to use art for asking questions, offering insights, exploring hypotheses, and examining experiences from unfamiliar perspectives. Inspired by an approach to teaching and learning born in Reggio Emilia, Italy, The Language of Art, Second Edition, includes: A new art exploration for teachers to gain experience before implementing the practice with children. Advice on setting up a studio space for art and inquiry. Suggestions on documenting children's developing fluency with art media and its use in inquiry Inspiring photographs and ideas to show you how inquiry-based practices can work in any early childhood setting.

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