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Haberer, Nicole M. (2004). A study of website use in high school art. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hall, Lindsey. (2008). Promoting the development of strengths and affinities in children with Asberger's syndrome through art. State University COllege of New york at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hand-Smith, April L. (2004). Creating interdisciplinary connections between social studies, writing, and art to facilitate student learning. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hart, Jeffrey. (2004). The use of art in the fostering of a positive identity in adolescent students. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hartman, Amy L. (2000). Teaching new art: Criticism methods for contemporary art in curricula. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.Available Butler Library, archives.

Author compares art criticism theories to discuss contemporary postmodern art to 4th grade students. Study compares current conceptual criticism methods to Broudy's Aesthetic Scanning method.

Hartnett, Brian T. (2006). Symbols, visual literacy, and the need for understanding. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hatfield, Jennifer L. (2007). Exploring how students use the visual arts as a vehicle for the development and expression of their beliefs and values. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Haueise, Carrie A. (2002). Addressing technology through the media arts teachers association. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.Available Butler Library, archives.

Qualitative study conducted to determine how training acquired from a professional development seminar conducted by MATA has successfully been utilized in the classroom. Data is collected from classroom observation, field notes, written reflections, and questionnaires.

Hawley, Kenneth. (2007). Expanding studio in art: Developing a course that is engaging, relevant, and meaningful for the non-art major. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Heidemann, Matthew L. (2008). Different brish strokes for different art folks: Differeinitated instruction in the fourth grade classroom. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hessinger, Jill A. (1999). Quilt making in the art classroom. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Study used to examine how quilt making can be used for interdisciplinary learning, community connection and art education advocacy. A history unit on colonial life is used as the interdisciplinary theme for a unit on quilts.

Hibbard, Kevin M. (2009). The attitudes of art educators towards educational research and the constructivist learning paradigm. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Educational, Buffalo, NY.

Hlavaty, Christopher. (2008). Discovering identity: A vidual culture in the elementary art room. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hoelscher, Crystaline. (2004). Investigating the need for a multicultural art curriculum. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Homme, Dena A. (1997). Art the essence of curriculum? Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Seventh grade students explore community identity by collaborating and interacting with community members. Students work with a local writer and artist to create a public art installation. Data is collected by reviewing journals, art products and surveys to analyze student learning.

Hoplight, Craig A. (2003). Can mentoring be effective?  State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Hughey, Elisa B. (1996). Metaphors as subject matter: A search toward meaningful art experiences. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

A two-part study incorporating the use of metaphors as a form of visual expression in an art program. The first part of the study focuses on the author's methodologies of documenting her process of using metaphors in her own artwork. In part two of the study, the author uses her process as an instructional tool to develop metaphorical creative thinking in the classroom.

Hulse, Elyse H. (1995). Empowering seriously emotionally disturbed students in art: Therapeutic goals or content learning? Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. .Available Butler Library, archives.

Emotionally disturbed students are used as a channel to explore how an art program relating to students' personal lives help to improve performance in the classroom. The author uses Discipline Based Art Education  to show how a student centered form of instruction can induce behaviors that increase self accountability, improve interpersonal relationships and self esteem.

Jager, Jessica A. (1997). Integrating old and new technologies into the art curriculum as a method of motivation: The interactions of the middle school art classroom. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Project examines the motivational impact technology, old and new, has when creating art products. Technologies used and assessed were: videos, computer, lamination, tv, video games, and a copier.

Jocoy, Aaron L. (2000). Conscience awareness: A key to advocacy retaining education in art. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Author uses this project as an opportunity to make the public aware of the importance of  art education through literature distributed by the National Art education Association. Case study includes a sampling of education and non-education population. Subjects are given art education advocacy literature on a weekly basis and are required to complete a questionnaire to measure changes in their attitude regarding art education. Results indicate that an advocacy campaign positively changes the attitudes towards art education advocacy.

Johnson, Eric J. (2005). Deciphering visual culture: Raising critical self-awareness in the art classroom. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Johnson, Michael. (2003). A wall awakens: A case study of a mural's progression at 66th st. elementary school. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Jorgensen, George. (2008). A comparison of art criticism in a public high school studio art class and community college. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kaiser, Amanda. (2011). The integration of digital media in the middle school art classroom to motivate and engage students. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kary, Christopher D. (2003). An after school art club for urban students. State Unoversity College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kelley, Colleen E. (1999). Ophelia: Documenting an artist's revisionist play. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Author conducts a qualitative study by writing, through a revisionist perspective, a play modifying the character, "Ophelia" from Shakespeare's classic "Hamlet". She extracts the social and personal conditions of the historical character and re-interprets them through the eyes of a modern day woman.

Kennedy-Barun, Rachel E. (2006). Art education and art preparation: What does a student gain from an education on the arts? State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kessler, Michelle. (2006). Creative play: Bridging play and development. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Khalil, Sahar F. (1999). Training docents for museum education programs. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

This case study is used to review the history of the docent program at the Albright Knox Art Gallery. Cognitive, motor, and affective learning domains of the program are examined and compared to Theodore J. Kawalski's ideals of a training curriculum design.

King, Eileen M. (2002). Children and illness: A series of case studies. The medicinal aspect of art. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.Available Butler Library, archives.

Case study used to illustrate how art can be used as a therapeutic tool for children during chronic illness. Researcher completes a series of lessons with pediatric patients at Roswell. Data collected from pre and post questionnaires indicated that the children became less self-conscience about themselves and became more self-confident when involved in the process art making.

Kirdani, Lavinia H. (1997). Feminist  pedagogy: Using the theme of difference to bring new understandings to a studio in art class. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Personal and social issues, relevant to high school students, are explored through works of art created by feminist and socially conscious artists. Issues covered include: bigotry, genocide, oppression, gender and race. Students create an illustrated book addressing an issue of personal concern.

Klein, Christina A. (2006). Negotitated curriculum and its impact on eigth grade students' engagement in art: Through the lens of an action researcher. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kolb, Jessica. (2008). Infusing a middle school art curriculum with computer art, blogs, and iPods to create a learning environment that mirrors the world of the 21st century student. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Komenda, Christy A. (2003). Effective cross-curricular communication. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kopacz, Craig A. (2003). What do students find relevant and meaningful in art? State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kopsa, Janelle A. (1996). Enhancing school curriculum through art: Integrating the disciplines of art and home and careers. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

A quasi-research design using a control group and an experimental group to illustrate how the use of visual art aids can enhance content retention in seventh grade "Home and Careers" students. Research uncovers the difference between the effectiveness of text based delivery course aids verses art reproduction based course aids.

Kozubal, Kamie. (2007). The impact of parodies on student engagement in a seventh grade art classroom. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Krueger, Jennifer. (2007). Enhancing social and emotional skills through community based art education. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kruk, Julie. (2002). Teaching multicultural issues in an art program for a non-diverse high school population. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Project was conducted to find a way to include relevant multicultural issues and themes in the current art program. Study concludes that educators must find their own path to address multiculturalism in the classroom if resources and texts do not currently include related topics regarding cultural diversity.

Krull, Karen. (2007). The effects on traditional art making in a digital classroom. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Kwoka, Mark J. (1996). Effects of room location and environmental factors on student behavior. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

This qualitative study examines the behavior of 5th grade students in relation to their travel proximity and location to the art room. Author utilizes videotape to assess student behavior coming to and from the art room.

Kyser, Kevin M. (1999). Learning to draw by copying. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

To facilitate learning, a quasi-study is conducted to see if drawing skills increase if students are allowed to observe and copy other students work. Study indicated that 6th grade students do not draw better when allowed to observe and copy from their peers.

LaFever, Chad A. (2004). Identifying and teaching the characteristics of excellent visual narratives. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

LaFountain, Jeffrey J. (?). The progress of teacher preparation for teaching students with special needs and normalization in the integrated art classroom. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Langgood, Judith A. (2000). Implementing community based art education at the secondary level. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.Available Butler Library, archives. To measure how more enriching and meaningful learning is achieved, a study was conducted to compare and contrast out-of-class instruction with the community verses in-class community based instruction.

Lasut-Campbell, Nicole. (2007). Diminishing stereotypes in 6th grade students by making cultural connections through the concept of rites of passage. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Laurin, Amanda D. (2008). Using a kinsthetic approach to increase engagement among middle school art students. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Lee, Brenda F. (2008). Integrating successful computer technology strategies into the high school art program. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Lee, Heather. (2009). Interdicsiplinary high school art curriculum. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Lenz, Elizabeth. (2008). Creating an eco-art garden: Integrating art, science, and ecology to facilitate environmental awareness in fifth grade students. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Lewinski, Sara J. (2007). How art can help promote awareness of diversity: An action research project to investigate prejudice in early childhood . State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Lewke, Suzzane. (2006). Art Interpretation models for the 21st century classroom. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Ljiljanich, Monica L. (2006). Character education within an elementary art room: Observations and implications for integrating character and art. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Long, David G. (1995). Effects of reading comprehension based on a collaborative effort between art education and english studies: Purpose, plan and results. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

This study seeks to determine if content comprehension is elevated when an interdisciplinary merging of art education and English studies occur. Historical content was extracted from a novel read in the fourth grade classes and was used as a reference for creating lesson plans. An experimental and control group was used in this investigation use to measure higher order thinking.

Lorenz, Wendy M. (2003). Paper as a primary medium in the early childhood art program. State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY.

Lucas, Cristine A. (1998). Community as our culture. Unpublished masters project, State University College of New York at Buffalo; Art Education, Buffalo, NY. Available Butler Library, archives.

Study is conducted to create a greater awareness of the contribution community artisans can make to a creative crafts curriculum. Researcher has students conduct interviews of local artists with the purposes of examining their contributions to society through an aesthetic, economic and multicultural eye.

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