Notes

Citations for material provided in "Arts Education and Academic Achievement"

(1) Weinstein, S. (2010). "A unified poet alliance": The personal and social outcomes of youth spoken word poetry programming. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 11(2).

(2) Dunbar, K. N. (2008). Arts education, the brain, and language. In C. Asbury & C. Rich (Eds.)Learning, Arts, and the Brain. New York, NY: Dana Foundation.
(3) Helmrich. B. H. (2010). Window of opportunity? Adolescence, music, and algebra. Journal of Adolescent Research. 25 (4).

(4) Barry, N. H. (2010). Oklahoma A+ Schools: What the research tells us 2002-2007. Volume three, quantitative measures. Oklahoma A+ Schools/University of Central Oklahoma.

Catterall, J., & Waldorf, L. (1999). Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education summary evaluation. In E. Fiske (Ed.), Champions of change: The impact of the arts on learning (pp. 47-62). The Arts Education Partnership and The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. Washington, DC.

DeMoss, K. & Morris, T. (2002). How arts integration supports student learning: Students shed light on the connections. Chicago, IL: Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE).

Seaman, M. (1999). The arts in the basic curriculum project: Looking at the past and preparing for the future. Unpublished Evaluation Report, College of Education, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C.1

Stevenson, L., & Deasy, R. J. (2005). Third space: When learning matters. Washington, DC: Arts Education Partnership.

(5) Seaman, M. (1999). The arts in the basic curriculum project: Looking at the past and preparing for the future. Unpublished Evaluation Report, College of Education, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C.1

(6) Catterall, James S. (2009). Doing well and doing good by doing art: The effects of education in the visual and performing arts on the achievements and values of young adults. Los Angeles/London: Imagination Group/I-Group Books.

(7) Catterall, J.S. (1998). Involvement in the arts and success in secondary school. Americans for the Arts Monographs, 1(9), 1-10.

Horn, J. (1992). An exploration into the writing of original scripts by inner-city high school drama students (ED366957). National Arts Education Research Center.

Heath, S. B., Soep, E., & Roach A. (1998). Living the arts through language-learning: A report on community-based youth organizations. American for the Arts Monographs, 2.

Mahoney, J. L. & Cairns, R. B. (1997). Do extracurricular activities protect against early school dropout? Developmental Psychology, 33(2), 241-253.1

Barry, N. H. (2010). Oklahoma A+ Schools: What the research tells us 2002-2007. Volume three, quantitative measures. Oklahoma A+ Schools/University of Central Oklahoma.

(8) Mason, C. Y., Steedly, K. M., & Thormann, M. S. (2008). Impact of arts integration on voice, choice, and access. Teacher Education and Special Education: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, 31(1), 36.

(9) Catterall, James S. (2009). Doing well and doing good by doing art: The effects of education in the visual and performing arts on the achievements and values of young adults. Los Angeles/London: Imagination Group/I-Group Books.

(10) Heath, S., & Roach, A. (1999). Imaginative actuality: Learning in the arts during nonschool hours. Chapter in E. Fiske (Ed.), Champions of Change: The Impact of the Arts on Learning. Washington DC: Arts Education Partnership and President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, 19-34.

Horn, J. (1992). An exploration into the writing of original scripts by inner-city high school drama students (ED366957). National Arts Education Research Center.

Winner, E., Hetland, L., Veenema, S., Sheridan, K., Palmer, P., Locher, I., et al. (2006). Studio thinking: How visual arts teaching can promote disciplined habits of mind. New directions in aesthetics, creativity, and the arts, 189-205.

Heath, S., & Roach, A. (1999). Imaginative actuality: Learning in the arts during nonschool hours. Chapter in E. Fiske (Ed.), Champions of Change: The Impact of the Arts on Learning. Washington DC: Arts Education Partnership and President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, 19-34.

(11) Dunbar, K. N. (2008). Arts education, the brain, and language. In C. Asbury & C. Rich (Eds.)Learning, Arts, and the Brain. New York, NY: Dana Foundation.

(12) Winner, E., Hetland, L., Veenema, S., Sheridan, K., Palmer, P., Locher, I., et al. (2006). Studio thinking: How visual arts teaching can promote disciplined habits of mind. New directions in aesthetics, creativity, and the arts, 189-205.

(13) Larson, R., & Brown, J. (2007). Emotional development in adolescence: What can be learned from a high school theater program? Child Development, 78(4), 1083-1099.

Stevenson, L. M. (2011). Creating destiny: Youth, arts and social change. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

DeMoss, K. & Morris, T. (2002). How arts integration supports student learning: Students shed light on the connections. Chicago, IL: Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE).
Rostan, S.M. (2010). Studio learning: Motivation, competence, and the development of young art students’ talent and creativity. Creativity Research Journal, 22(3), 261-271.
Kennedy, R. (1998). The effects of musical performance, rational emotive therapy and vicarious experience on the self-efficacy and self-esteem of juvenile delinquents and disadvantage children.(Doctoral dissertation) University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Larson, R., & Brown, J. (2007). Emotional development in adolescence: What can be learned from a high school theater program? Child Development, 78(4), 1083-1099.

(14) Heath, S., & Roach, A. (1999). Imaginative actuality: Learning in the arts during nonschool hours. Chapter in E. Fiske (Ed.), Champions of Change: The Impact of the Arts on Learning. Washington DC: Arts Education Partnership and President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, 19-34.

Catterall, James S. (2009). Doing well and doing good by doing art: The effects of education in the visual and performing arts on the achievements and values of young adults. Los Angeles/London: Imagination Group/I-Group Books.

Heath, S., & Roach, A. (1999). Imaginative actuality: Learning in the arts during nonschool hours. Chapter in E. Fiske (Ed.), Champions of Change: The Impact of the Arts on Learning. Washington DC: Arts Education Partnership and President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, 19-34.

(15) Sloan, W. (2009). Making content connections through arts integration, ASCD Education Update (online), March 2009 Volume 51, Number 3