Be careful not to over simplify the definition of DBAE.
It is not just the inclusion of these four disciplines into
the teaching of art. It is best when they are interwoven
together as a whole that they complement each other best.
It is a difficult juggle at first but the synergy from the
marriage is worth the effort.
Woody in KC
"Jeryl W. Hollingworth" wrote:
> How about this...
> The doctrine of Discipline Based Art Education which states that
> teaching art history, criticism and aesthetics are as important as the
> production of art.
> I got that from this site:
> http://www.geocities.com/Athens/8020/arted.html > when I was trying to come up with a simple explanation for DBAE when I
> was writing for NBPTS