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Donna Murray-Tiedge

Visiting Assistant Professor (MFA, Art and Design; PhD, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois)

 

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Cultivating overlaps in art, design, education, and art and design education by exploring connections between learning spaces, materiality, and pedagogical engagement.

 

Courses

  • Art 101 – Elements of Studio Art
  • Art 203 - Art: Concepts, Creations and Children
  • Art 355 - The Teaching of Art
  • Art 354 - Art Education, Elementary Methods
  • Sec. Ed 366 - Clinical Teaching in Art K-12
  • Sec. Ed 460/461 - Student Teaching, Elementary/Secondary
  • Sec. Ed 465 - PK-12 Student Teaching Seminar

 

Contact Information

Office: A/C 525
Telephone: (920) 424-7055
Email: murraytd@uwosh.edu
Links: NAEA DIGCurriculum Vitae


Select Publications and Presentations:

Publications:

Murray-Tiedge, D. (2015). Does design belong in visual arts education? In S. Schonmann (Ed.), International Yearbook for Research in Arts Education 3/2015: The Wisdom of the Many - Key Issues in Arts Education (pp. 196-202), Münster: Waxmann.

Sanko, A. & Murray-Tiedge, D. (2015). The design connections partnership. School Arts, 115(1), 40.

Conference Presentations:

“The lifespan and fluidity of methodological and curricular conceptualizations: Scholarly leadership.” Paper to be presented with Liora Bresler at the National Art Education Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. March 2016.

“Understanding pedagogy through the material world: Lessons from a pre-service Saturday art school.” Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.  April 2015.

“Designing educational spaces by connecting nine pedagogical aspects of engagement.” Poster session presented at Design-Ed Future 2014, 2nd Annual Design Education Conference, Philadelphia, PA. June 2014.

“Using spatial domains to prompt pedagogical engagement inside a Saturday art school classroom.” Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA. April 2014.

“Sp/pl/acemaking: The cultivation of spaces and places inside a Saturday art school classroom.” Presented at the National Art Education Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA. March 2014.

“A hybrid art educator’s approach to data analysis: Juxtaposing physical and digital workspaces.” Presented at the National Art Education Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA. March 2014.

“Cultivating sp/pl/aces (physical spaces, experiential places, and abstract spaces) as a recipe for differentiated instruction.” Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA. April 2013.

“Classroom design for art teachers and students.” Presented with Lauren Warnock at the Design Issues Group Workshop, at the National Art Education Association Annual Convention, Fort Worth, TX. March 2013.

“Building community around research-in-process sessions: ’Fat data’ and the interpretive zone.” Presented with L. Bresler and K. Cast at the National Art Education Association Annual Convention, Fort Worth, TX. March 2013.

“Learning research design: Experiences with an instantiated thinking tool. ”Paper presented at the Eighth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry   (QI2012), Champaign, IL. May 2012.

“A review of the research literature on classroom spaces.” Presented as part of the Design Issues Group classroom design workshop. National Art Education Association Annual Convention, New York, NY. March 2012.

“Physical context of learning: Can the physical attributes of learning spaces support the learning experience?” Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association National Convention, Denver, CO. May 2010

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