Transforming Arts Teaching: The Role of Higher Education examines innovations in arts-teacher training. Best practices at 24 higher-education institutions are featured, along with proceedings from Dana’s national symposium, an event that examined ways in which colleges, universities, and conservatories can enhance arts learning.
This free publication features a prolegomenon by Dana Chairman William Safire and full text of the keynote address given by Cornell President David Skorton, M.D., at the Dana symposium. Highlights of the symposium are featured in an executive summary by Editor Jane L. Polin and through panel excerpts.
The book also includes profiles of programs at two-dozen higher-education institutions, chosen by a select committee for their exemplary training of arts educators.
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