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    A Contemporary Role for the Campus Art Gallery Tertiary
    The campus art gallery has two main functions: to increase visual literacy by promoting the visual arts and to establish a relationship with the community. The primary audiences are the student body and the surrounding neighborhoods. The college gallery has...

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    Art and Contemporary Technologies in the Development of Sensitivity and Aesthetic Perception Tertiary
    The objective of this research is to analyze the importance and contributions of the development of sensitivity and aesthetic perception, using modern art and contemporary technology as tools to aid education. The study also intends to provide teachers with...

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    Art is For Everyone Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article defines art and then shows how it can be taught effectively. Benefits to be gained from the study of art include encouraging self-expression, developing creative thinking, aiding self-discovery, developing visual perception, and developing the...

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    Awakening Aesthetic Awareness Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article considers what aesthetics is from a biblical worldview, then suggests strategies for cultivating creative expression, aesthetic awareness, and an appreciation of beauty in students.

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    Educational Facilities Do Teach Kindergarten-Tertiary
    David Streifling addresses how educational facilities - campuses, buildings, and classrooms - can enhance or inhibit teaching and learning. Streifling discusses how elements such as setting, architectural structure, energy conservation, placement of religious...

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    Explaining the Auditory Cheesecake Grade 9-Grade 12
    "Beauty is subjective, though it resides in observable realities. It is diverse in its material sources and defies the rules of natural selection. It does not augment an organism’s fitness to survive. It does not have a discernible cause for...

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    Francisco Badilla Briones - Dialogue with a Chilean Seventh-day Adventist artist and aesthetic philosopher Grade 10-Lifelong
    Francisco Badilla Briones is a Chilean painter whose art concretizes the gospel message in an aesthetically contemporary language.

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    JAE Editorial: The Relevance of Feelings Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Recent movements encourage getting in touch with one's feelings and to acknowledge the feelings and experiences of minorities in a white male society. Education must include the personal, the experiential, the sensuous, and the poetic. Articles in...

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    Philosophy - The Most Useful of all Subjects Tertiary-Lifelong
    The author describes three main philosophic categories: metaphysics, epistemology and axiology. He also goes on to show their relationship to teaching and living.

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    Teaching Students the 'Universal Language' Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A report on Dr. Paul R. Lehman's address at the International Society for Music Education XVIII International Conference, 1988. He addressed why music is important, why it is important to teach music in schools, and considerations for educators shaping the...

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    The Bible and Aesthetics Tertiary-Lifelong
    Davidson discusses how many biblical scholars overlook aesthetics in the Bible. Aesthetics is often viewed as a dangerous influence to human salvation. Davidson goes on to explore what significance biblical aesthetics has to theology. This paper was presented...