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Teaching Talented Art Students Principles and Practices by Gilbert Clark, Enid Zimmerman

Teaching Talented Art Students Principles and Practices



Teaching Talented Art Students Principles and Practices by Gilbert Clark, Enid Zimmerman

Harnessing more than 25 years of work and research in the field, Clark and Zimmerman present contemporary issues and theories regarding the education of artistically talented students. The authors provide nuts-and-bolts information on how teachers and administrators can develop curriculum and programs that help students realize their visual-arts talents.

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Publication date

29th March 2004


Gilbert Clark, Enid Zimmerman

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Teachers' College Press


168 pages


Primary & middle schools



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