The cat is out of the bag on our first family weekend of the new year!
A small exhibition about the cat in the arts (from the Egyptian cat goddesses to Giacometti, Paul Klee, Balthus and Andy Warhol), an extensive cat library, workshop and kamishibai stories are here to help.
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Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 February 2020
10:00 – 17:00
Gaucheretplein 13
1030 Brussels

Registration not required except for the workshops – mail@abc-web.be


What can education learn from the arts about the practice of education?
Elliot W. Eisner argues that the distinctive forms of thinking needed to create artistically crafted work are relevant not only to what students do, they are relevant to virtually all aspects of what we do, from the design of curricula, to the practice of teaching, to the features of the environment in which students and teachers live.

Originally given as the John Dewey Lecture for 2002, Stanford University.

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Wat kan het onderwijs van de kunsten leren ?
Elliot W. Eisner stelt dat de specifieke denkvormen die vereist zijn voor het creëren van kunstwerken niet alleen van belang zijn voor wat leerlingen doen, maar voor nagenoeg alles wat we doen, van het vormgeven van curricula, het onderwijzen zelf, tot het ontwerpen van de omgevingen waarin leerlingen en leraars leven.

Origineel uitgesproken in 2002 als John Dewey Lecture aan de universiteit van Stanford.

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