Arthur D. Efland’s 2 research works with 32 citations and 35 reads, including: Interlude: Arts Education, the Aesthetic and Cultural Studies. Arthur D. Efland has . Cultivating Our “Musical Bumps” While Fighting the “Progress of Popery”: The Rise of Art and Music Education in the Mid-Nineteenth Century United States. Consciousness-Based Education: A Foundation for Teaching and Learning in the Academic Llewellyn & Craig Pearson (eds.) –
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Arthur Efland received his doctorate in from Stanford University and taught d.eflane Fresno Stae College from Efland then began teaching at The Ohio State University inwhere he was a professor for art education until his retirement in During his career he authored the elementary and secondary guidelines in art education for the state of Ohio, and was recognized for his contributions with an award of excellence from the National Art Education Association in This collection contains printed materials, correspondence, and other materials related to Arthur Efland’s scholarly and teaching work in the field of art education.
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Assent to Aesthetic Education, R. Harvard Years, Greenfeld, P. Peckham Ch 2 R.
Manifest and Latent Functions, J. Modern System of Arts, P.
Arthur D. Efland, Curriculum Antecedents of Discipline-based Art Education – PhilPapers
Manual Boston Academy, L. History of Art Education, Harld J.
Definitions and Postulates in Functional Analysis, R. History of Art Education: Music at Oxford in Renaissance, N. Arthur Efland papers, Arthur Efland was a professor of art education at The Ohio State University from until his retirement in Efland was a leading figure in the field of art education, and this collection contains printed materials, correspondence, and other materials related to Arthur Efland’s scholarly and teaching work.