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Art for children experiencing psychological trauma : a guide for art educators and school-based professionals

Contributor(s): Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018Description: 1 online resource (312 pages)ISBN:
  • 9781315301327
  • 9781315301358
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • RJ505.A7 A75 2018
Online resources:
Contents:
part, I Overview of Behaviors -- Who Are the Children in Crisis? Definitions and Demographics -- chapter 1 Introduction and Purpose of this Book / Adrienne D. Hunter Donalyn Heise Beverley H. Johns -- chapter 2 Children Exposed to Trauma -- Children in Crisis / Lisa Kay -- chapter 3 Who Are Homeless Children? / Dona Anderson Matthew Adams -- chapter 4 Child Abuse -- Signs and Reporting Procedures-What the Art Educator Should Know / Oriana C. Hunter Donalyn Heise Beverley H. Johns Adrienne D. Hunter --
Summary: "Art for Children Experiencing Psychological Trauma aims to increase understanding of arts potential to enhance learning for children living in crisis. In this groundbreaking resource, the first of its kind to focus specifically on the connection between art education and psychological trauma in youth populations, readers can find resources and practical strategies for both teachers and other school-based professionals. Also included are successful models of art education for diverse populations, with specific attention to youth who face emotional, mental, behavioral, and physical challenges, as well a framework for meaningful visual arts education for at-risk/in-crisis populations."--Provided by publisher.
List(s) this item appears in: Creative Arts Therapies e-Books
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Includes bibliographical references.

part, I Overview of Behaviors -- Who Are the Children in Crisis? Definitions and Demographics -- chapter 1 Introduction and Purpose of this Book / Adrienne D. Hunter Donalyn Heise Beverley H. Johns -- chapter 2 Children Exposed to Trauma -- Children in Crisis / Lisa Kay -- chapter 3 Who Are Homeless Children? / Dona Anderson Matthew Adams -- chapter 4 Child Abuse -- Signs and Reporting Procedures-What the Art Educator Should Know / Oriana C. Hunter Donalyn Heise Beverley H. Johns Adrienne D. Hunter --

chapter 5 Behavioral Characteristics of Children Living in Crisis and the Impact on Learning / Beverley H. Johns -- chapter 6 LGBTQ Trauma + Art Education / Mindi Rhoades -- chapter 7 The Role of the Art Educator in Meeting the Needs of Students Who Are Victims of Human Trafficking / Beverley H. Johns Adrienne D. Hunter -- chapter 8 Alternative Educational Services for Students Who Have Experienced Psychological Trauma / Athena Petrolias Beverley H. Johns Adrienne D. Hunter -- chapter 9 Mental Health Issues and the Art Classroom / Steven Kelly Darla Dawn Absher -- chapter 10 Neurobiological Impact of Trauma / Carlomagno Panlilio Elizabeth Hlavek Amanda Ferrara -- part, II Art Education in Practice -- chapter 11 Creating a Safe and Supportive Classroom Environment / Beverley H. Johns Donalyn Heise Adrienne D. Hunter -- chapter 12 Routines, Relationships, and Reinforcement / Kari Caddell -- chapter 13 Integrating Art and Academics -- A Collaborative Approach / Donalyn Heise Adrienne D. Hunter Beverley H. Johns -- chapter 14 Building Relationships through Art -- Understanding the Potential of Art-Making for Students Experiencing Psychological Trauma / Lisa Kay Susan D. Loesl -- chapter 15 Yellow Bricks -- An Approach to Art Teaching / Lisa Kay -- chapter 16 Non-Traditional Educational Settings, Center Schools, and Students with Behavioral Disorders 1 / Joseph A. Parsons Adrienne D. Hunter Donalyn Heise -- chapter 17 Art and Youth Who Are Incarcerated / Adrienne D. Hunter Beverley H. Johns Donalyn Heise -- chapter 18 Where have we come from? Who are we? Where are we going? -- A Ceramic Mural for and by Students of the Rhode Island Training School / Peter J. Geisser -- chapter 19 Prison Art -- A Recreational Model / AnneMarie Swanlek Beverley H. Johns Adrienne D. Hunter -- part, III Identifying Future Directions -- chapter 20 Pre-Service Art Teacher Preparation and Professional Development / Juliann B. Dorff Lisa Kay Lynne J. Horoschak Donalyn Heise --

"Art for Children Experiencing Psychological Trauma aims to increase understanding of arts potential to enhance learning for children living in crisis. In this groundbreaking resource, the first of its kind to focus specifically on the connection between art education and psychological trauma in youth populations, readers can find resources and practical strategies for both teachers and other school-based professionals. Also included are successful models of art education for diverse populations, with specific attention to youth who face emotional, mental, behavioral, and physical challenges, as well a framework for meaningful visual arts education for at-risk/in-crisis populations."--Provided by publisher.

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