This week, Stephanie Downey and Amanda Krantz will present sessions at the NAEA National Convention, March 22-24 in Seattle, WA. Amanda will share updates about the NAEA/AAMD Impact Study on Thursday, and models for conducting mixed-methods research on Saturday. Stephanie’s session on Saturday will explore various assessment practices and methods as an action research process, and how student learning can be shaped using assessment. Below are details for each session. Hope to see you there!
Thursday, March 22, 2:00 PM
Impact of K-12 Single Visits to Art Museums National Study Update
Get up to date on a national impact study about the value of art museums. The ongoing study will determine the benefits of single visits to art museums by K-12 students. Art\ED Talk.
Center/Meeting Room 604/Level 6
Saturday, March 24, 11:00 AM
Make Your Mark: Creating New Knowledge Through Mixed Methods Research
Mixed methods research in art education is rarely used, yet large research grants go to fields that use mixed methods. This session provides models for conducting mixed methods research. DEEP DIVE Research.
Center/Meeting Room 212/Level 2
Saturday, March 24, 4:00 PM
Assessment as Action Research: Contemporary Practices for the Classroom, Museum, and Higher Education
A group of art education practitioners will explore various assessment practices and methods as an action research process, discussing how student learning can be shaped using assessment.
Center/Meeting Room 607/Level 6