Arts Education Research

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Many leading researchers and practitioners are studying the widespread interest in how the arts enhance learning outcomes and contribute to the cognitive and social development of children. Studies in the cognitive and neurological sciences suggest that children who participate in the arts have advantages in cognitive development and attention for learning. However, until recently, few studies have explored the influence of visual art, music, dance, theater, and creative writing on how children think and learn.

To access online resources that showcase some of the latest findings from leading researchers and practitioners in arts education, please click on the following links.

  • ArtsEdSearch - From The Arts Education Partnership (AEP), ArtsEdSearch is the nation’s first online research and policy clearinghouse focused entirely on student and educator outcomes associated with arts learning in and out of school.

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