New and Different: Student Participation in Artist-School Partnerships

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Abstract

The present contribution addresses the topic of school learning enhanced and
extended by means of artistic methods and approaches. In the context of
broader school reform in Denmark, new opportunities emerged for schools
to partner with cultural institutions that are external to schools but informally
involved in learning processes. Among a variety of external partners–such
as sports clubs, entrepreneurs, cultural clubs-artists and cultural institutions
were chosen as the focus of the research project Culture Laboratory.
The qualitative study that documented and assessed the nine artist-school
partnerships within Culture Laboratory showed a large number of learning
outcomes, as reported by the main participants (students, teachers, artists,
cultural institutions). This chapter will first of all describe the general context
and purpose of the overall research project. Secondly, it will elaborate on a
specific set of findings, which demonstrate a particular emotional response
in the students’ experience: emotional arousal. This response is described
as surprising, exciting, novel and different, and brings with it a number of
learning outputs
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationArts-Based Methods in Education Around the World
EditorsTatiana Chemi, Xiangyun Du
Number of pages26
PublisherRiver Publishers
Publication date2017
Edition1
Pages37-62
Chapter3
ISBN (Print)9788793609389
ISBN (Electronic) 9788793609372
Publication statusPublished - 2017
SeriesRiver Publishers Series in Innovation and Change in Education - Cross-cultural Perspective

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Chemi, T. (2017). New and Different: Student Participation in Artist-School Partnerships. In T. Chemi, & X. Du (Eds.), Arts-Based Methods in Education Around the World (1 ed., pp. 37-62). River Publishers. River Publishers Series in Innovation and Change in Education - Cross-cultural Perspective
Chemi, Tatiana. / New and Different : Student Participation in Artist-School Partnerships. Arts-Based Methods in Education Around the World. editor / Tatiana Chemi ; Xiangyun Du. 1. ed. River Publishers, 2017. pp. 37-62 (River Publishers Series in Innovation and Change in Education - Cross-cultural Perspective ).
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