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Teaching Multicultural Art Understanding through a Museum Teleconferencing Program
THESIS

, Arizona State University, United States

Arizona State University . Awarded

Abstract

This study is intended as a catalyst to inspire new ways of thinking by educators, school administrators, and museum educators. It is a study of six K–12 art teachers who have both the technology and the opportunity at their school campuses to use collaborative videoconferencing as part of their instruction in multicultural art, linking their students to the resources of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. The art unit used for the purpose of this study was Latina/o art. Findings show the Smithsonian American Art Museum program to be of high quality and useful if students see the connection between identity of self and multicultural art.

Citation

Fosnight, E. Teaching Multicultural Art Understanding through a Museum Teleconferencing Program. Master's thesis, Arizona State University. Retrieved November 12, 2019 from .

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