CSEA/SCEA 2015 Member ForumMember Forum Live from Montreal, 2015.Saturday, October 17 (Room 233, Education Building, McGill):Read More +
I hope this message finds you all having a relaxing summer and a chance to get caught up with friends and family! If travel is in the plans, I hope it takes you to places far and wide! This is the time to reflect and rejuvenate. I hope you all will indulge in a wonderful holiday, whatever form that takes!Read More +
Leah Sherman, a founder of the Sir George Williams Department of Fine Arts, a pioneer in Art Education and a defender of the arts, passed away on Sept. 2, 2015, at the age of 89. After completing her graduate studies at New York University, Sherman was hired at Sir George Williams University, her alma mater, in 1960 as an assistant professor. A year later, along with Alfred Pinsky and Stanley Horner, Sherman founded the university's Department of Fine Arts, which in 1974 became the Faculty of Fine Arts. Sir George Williams University also merged with Loyola College in 1974, to create Concordia University in Montreal. It was in the 1960s, however, that Leah Sherman put into place the BFA, MA and the first and only PhD in Art Education in Canada. For her lifetime as a defender and promoter of the arts inside and outside of the university, Sherman was made an honorary lifetime member of the Canadian Society for Education through Art. CSEA would like to acknowledge the great contributions made to Art Education in Canada, by Leah Sherman during her lifetime. She will be greatly missed.
CSEA Publications in Tandem
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National Roundtable on Teacher Education in the Arts
NRTEA Draft Report 2014-08-15
The National Roundtable on Teacher Education in the Arts (NRTEA) is a national laboratory of ideas, a national forum for discussion and communication, and an incubator of visions, strategies and principles, concerning all aspects of pre-service teacher education and in-service professional development...
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In Tandem: A Playbook
Using CSEA/SCÉA Publications Together
Our publications are mutually supportive and function well in sets. This is a playful guide for how to use the books What Works; Canadian Art Works; and stART- ing With... , together. Download the free PDF