Art Education Survey
Forwarding an art education survey, please see the detail information as below:
I am conducting a nationwide survey that explores differences in the art and craft learning and production by adolescents and young adults in traditional school versus non-traditional learning contexts. The study is being funded by the National Art Education Association's NAEF granting body.
The study consists of a survey that is to be taken by high school level and undergraduate students (ages 16-21) of art and takes about 20-30 minutes to complete. The identities of the respondents remains anonymous. The study has received Indiana University IRB approval.
I would greatly appreciate it if you could share this information with your undergraduate students and all secondary and postsecondary art teachers and their students in your area. Students may complete the survey by clicking on the link: <https://www.research.net/s/VisualArtLearning>
If the link does not work, it can be cut and pasted into the browser.
I hope to have all data collected by April 1, 2012, so would appreciate it if you could distribute this information immediately and encourage students (ages 16-21) to participate.
Thank you for your assistance,
Marjorie Cohee Manifold
Associate Professor Art Education & Curriculum Studies
Program Coordinator, Art Education
Indiana University, School of Education