Teachers' perceptions of a collaborative arts professional development workshop
Herlihy, Nancy Dwyer
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The purpose of this research is to examine how a three-day professional development workshop, sponsored by a collective group of four Southeastern arts organizations, engaged, prepared, and influenced the instructional practices of art teachers. The researcher acted as a participant/observer, conducting post-workshop interviews with five exemplar teachers. Generated data provided benefits of attending, along with instructional applications of new information and skills. The case study provided data for teachers seeking diverse methods of improving classroom instructional practices and/or art museum field trip experiences. Museum educators seeking to address specific needs of art teachers, and ways to improve workshop experiences, will also find the results of this research beneficial.
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