The open eye in learning; the role of art in general education. Richard Bassett, editor.

; Special Committee on the Study of Art (U.S.)
Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press [1969] .

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Other Authors Special Committee on the Study of Art (U.S.)
Subjects Art -- Étude et enseignement.
Art -- Study and teaching.
Art and society.
Art et société
Kunsterziehung.
Description vii, 216 pages illustrations (some color) 24 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes "Undertaken as the report of a Special Committee on the Study of Art."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-209).
Summary Primary education through college.
Contents Art and the educated citizen -- Art and the human equipment -- The educational scheme -- The art course in practice: elementary art -- The deliberate approach: secondary school art -- Maturity on trial: art in college -- Curricular planning -- The whole man and the citizen.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)184095
(OCoLC)ocm00184095
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WorldCat Identities Bassett, Richard.
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