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[Picture Memory Contest Bulletin: 1989-1990 and 1990-1991]

Description: Booklet providing information about the Picture Memory Contest, open to fourth and fifth grade students in the University Interscholastic League. It includes information about the contest rules, artwork composition notes and lesson plans, with descriptions of relevant artists.
Date: 1989~
Creator: Krehbiel, Susan & Hill, Bessie May
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

BF-3377: 35 Years With the Huey

Description: This video contains footage of a number of UH-1 models, including the experimental XH-40, and Huey variant models: UH-1A, B, D, E, H, and N. The video shows the aircraft performing a variety of operations, including combat, transportation, and medevac. Some of the combat footage was shot in Vietnam in 1965. The video concludes with a still image of U.S. President Ronald Reagan exiting Marine One, at the time a VH-1N.
Date: 1989~
Creator: Bell Helicopter Textron
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Improving Instruction in Visual Arts Education Program

Description: Improving Instruction in Visual Arts Education program, a National Diffusion Network Project funded by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. Included in the program is a daily schedule for Art Education Consultants' seminar July 24 - 29, 1989. Also enclosed in the program is a summary of the theory and practice of discipline-based art education.
Date: July 1989
Creator: National Diffusion Network
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Art Expression, Art Skills, and Continued Artistic Development of Children

Description: An article, Art Expression, Art Skills, and Continued Artistic Development of Children by Michael Day. Literature in the field of Art Education has distinguished to three domains of art learning, critical domain which refers to the individuals response to art, the making of critical judgement and the ability to discus art with others. The cultural or historical domain, refers to the knowledge and understanding that surround a work of art within the milieu. The productive domain, refers to the making of art objects. Day's article, he'll focuses on the productive domain and the creative mediums of artwork.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Day, Michael
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Portfolio Assessment: Sampling Student Work

Description: A newsletter, Educational Leadership, Vol. 46, No. 7. Portfolio Assessment: Sampling Student Work, When students maintain portfolios of their work, they learn to assess their own progress as learners, and teachers gain new views of their accomplishments in teaching. A consortia of administrators, teachers and researchers in the Pittsburgh schools have been searching for alternatives to standardized assessments. A three-way collaborative project, Arts Propel, is composed of the Pittsburgh Public Schools, Educational Testing Services and Project Zero at Harvard Graduate School of Education to demonstrate that it is possible to asses the thinking in arts and humanities.
Date: April 1989
Creator: Wolf, Dennie Palmer
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Indiana 8th Grade Diagnostic Visual Art Achievement Test

Description: A document for the Indiana 8th Grade Diagnostic Visual Arts Achievement Test and the corrections made for it. The student assessment test asks questions in regards to artwork, how the work was made, the tools used, the symbolism in the paintings, techniques, etc. The corrections needed to be made are incorrect sourced information and improving questions.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Indiana Department of Education
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The High School Visual Art Program and Principals' Survey]

Description: A document with information on the High School visual art program and a principals' survey. The document has information like, "45% of the schools, the primary responsibility for curriculum planning resides with individuals teacher. Art teachers in 78% of the schools make modifications in the curriculum to meet student needs and interests." "58% of the principals take the position that objectives intrinsic to the arts are the most important: 40% indicated that developing artistic literacy and skills are most important; 18% cited aesthetic education."
Date: [1989..]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Indiana Fine Arts Diagnostic Achievement Tests

Description: A document on the Indiana Fine Arts Diagnostic Achievement Tests, The Getty Center for Education in the Arts Student Assessment Meeting. The Indiana Fine Arts Diagnostic Achievement Testing program began in 1987 as a means to provide art teachers with new tools from which to measure student achievement in visual arts, music, theatre/creative drama and dance/creative movement. The purpose of the testing program is also to create / develop new tools to diagnose student and class strengths or needs.
Date: [1989-11-04,1989-11-06]
Creator: Patchen, Jeffrey H.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Art education and the many-sided development of the young man

Description: An article, Art education and the many-sided development of the young man by Liliana Stefanova. Stefanova writes in her confidence that the noble mission of an international organization like INSEA, International Society for Education through Art ideals are invaluable importance to the future.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Stefanova, Liliana
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Triumph of American Culture Over The Art Education Establishment: Findings from the U.S. National Assessment of Educational Progress in Art

Description: A thesis on, The Triumph of American Culture Over The Art Education Establishment: Findings from the U.S. National Assessment of Education Progress in Art by Brent Wilson. The article is in regards to the United States tasks of assessing educational progress in art. The National Assessment project, they have chosen to assess which school art educational programs have been effective, if the student responds to works of art, values art as an important human experience, know the history of art and can make reasoned judgement on quality of art work.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Wilson, Brent
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Student Assessment Sheets]

Description: Student assessment questions and proficiency test correlations for grade levels. The student assessment asks questions about Artist drawn figures and the symbolism of the details in each painting. The last page details the paintings / artworks used for the student assessment questions.
Date: [1989..]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Student Assessment for the Los Angeles Institute

Description: A document on student assessment for the Los Angeles Institute. During the institutes first two years, the effectiveness of the program was assessed in terms of perceptions of summer inservices, implementation of disciplined-based art instruction and student achievement and two forms of standardized testing were developed at elementary grade to asses the skills and knowledge.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Hoepfner, Ralph
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Arts Propel: A Fresh Approach to Education and Assessment in the Arts

Description: Arts Propel: A Fresh Approach to Education and Assessment in the Arts. The statement says, an individual educated in an art form should be able to express themselves directly in the medium or symbol system of that art form. Children from an early age should have extensive experience in working with artistic materials and should become familiar with concepts, themes and feelings which characterize artistic works. Art Propel is a five-year cooperative project directed towards three art forms, music, visual arts and imaginative writing.
Date: April 1989
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

An Overview of the National Assessment of Educational Progress in Art

Description: An Overview of the National Assessment of Educational Progress in Art, by Brent Wilson. The National Assessment of Educational Progress in Art was designed to provide information about American students' school related and culture related achievements in arts. The assessment sought to determine how well students perceived and responded to the qualities and contents of works of art as well as valued works of art, if the works of art are skilfully and imaginative, and to determine what they know about the history of art.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Wilson, Brent
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

An Introduction to Arts Propel

Description: A statement on Arts Propel, a cooperative research project concerned with arts and humanities education in junior and high school levels. The statement details how Arts Propel was founded, what they aim to accomplish, the tools and methods they've developed, and why and how art and art education is an important assessment for children.
Date: [1989..]
Creator: Arts Propel Project
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Compact Dialogue

Description: A newsletter, Common Core of Learning Assessment Project, Compact Dialogue, Connecticut Multi-state Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science. Compact Dialogue is a monthly publication of the Compact Project a multi-state collaborative effort funded by the National Science Foundation. The newsletter will keep up to date information on all the happenings within the project.
Date: September 1989
Creator: Connecticut Multi-State Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Compact Dialogue, No. 2

Description: A newsletter, Common Core of Learning Assessment Project, Compact Dialogue, Connecticut Multi-state Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science. Compact Dialogue is a monthly publication of the Compact Project a multi-state collaborative effort funded by the National Science Foundation. The newsletter will keep up to date information on all the happenings within the project.
Date: October 1989
Creator: Connecticut Multi-State Performance Assessment Collaborative Team in Math and Science
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Improving Visual Arts Education: Final Report on the Los Angeles Getty Institute for Educations on the Visual Arts (1982-1989)

Description: Excerpts on Improving Visual Arts Education: Final Report on the Los Angeles Getty Institutes for Educators on the Visual Arts, 1982 - 1989. The document opens up stating that the Institute proved that change initiatives do not sustain and institutionalize themselves, change agents must devote efforts to such tasks as monitoring implementation so that can share their accomplishments and learning from each other. The reaming document details the process and efforts of implementation discipline-based art education into the public school system and the continued research towards higher education.
Date: [1982,1989]
Creator: Getty Center for Education in the Arts
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

District Summer Inservice Program for Discipline-Based Art Education

Description: The District Summer Inservice Program for Discipline-Based Art Education, for the Summer of 1989. The Getty Center for Educators on the Visual Arts. Included in the book is a table of contents that describes what each section will detail, the district inservice program schedule, intensive engagement with art, theory and practice of discipline-based art education, plans for district implementation and instructional resources.
Date: Summer 1989
Creator: Getty Center for Education in the Arts
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Resumes of Project Co-Directors and Project Coordinator

Description: Photocopy of resumes that list the achievements and information of D. Jack Davis, R. William McCarter, and Nancy Cason. D. Jack Davis' resume lists his education, his administrative experience, and his publications. R. William McCarter's resume lists his birth date, his education, his employment experience, honors he has received, courses he has taught, his affiliations, research, and his publications. Nancy Cason's resume lists her education, work history, and professional involvement.
Date: 1989
Creator: Davis, Donald Jack; McCarter, William, 1939- & Cason, Nancy
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections