Integrating Art and Technology
An Action Research Case Study in a High School

dissertation proposal by temi rose 2/20/02

Table of Contents

A National Perspective
Art in Academia: Valuing Aesthetic Cognition
Technology in Education: Ethical Considerations
Art and ritual.
Learning, Change and Democracy
Rationale for this Study

Introduction: Weaving a Web
Art in Schools: Theory
Justice, Responsibility and Care
Conversational Reality
Motivation and Learning
Adult Education
Action Research: Methodology and Principles
Art in Schools: Practice
Technology in Schools
Conclusion: Seeking an Articulation

The Site
The Participants
Data Sources
Researcher's Role
Data Analysis


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