CONTENTS:
Introduction
The Art Teacher
The Art Student/s
The Art Class/Group
The Times
The Knowing
The Creating
Brave Art Paradigm

Appendix:
First Day Lecture
About Technique
Presentations
Art Teacher Portfolio
Classroom Management
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  • The ability to learn from art, and thus each other, can emerge from hearing and listening to the art reflections and life experiences that students bravely share in safe and caring classroom atmospheres (things this book will teach the reader how to do).  

  • A brave art teacher focuses on creating meaning so that problem-solving/finding and thinking skills will be useful to students in a multitude of circumstances.  

  • This  method of instruction (and learning) is based on a trust in art and humanness, which begins with the teacher/leader and eventually filters into the students.  Under this philosophy brave art for teens is not about making art objects.  It is about finding life-meaning via reflecting upon the art-making process.