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Animating Gender: Kindergarten Students Using Stop Motion Animation to Explore Gender Stereotypes in Popular Culture
Ask Me How I Known: Exploring Identity in the Multimedia Art Room
Body Multiples Through Performance and Video: High School Students Exploring the Relationship Between Body and Identity Using Stereotypes in Films as a Starting Point
Clay as a Social Medium: Utilizing Technology in the Ceramic Arts Classroom
Dominant Messages: Reconstituting the Subliminal in Advertisements and Media
Embracing Ambiguity: Collaboration and Community Through Play in the Art Classroom
Everyday Life in the Art Classroom: Engaging in Ideas of Resilience and Resistance through Collaborative Retablos
Exploring Chicago Neighborhoods with High School Students: Investigating Students' Personal Living Experiences and Perspectives Through a Postcard-Making Project
Exploring Complex Cultural Identity Through Expressionistic Self-Portrait Paintings With Tattoos In A High School Art Classroom
Exploring Empathy by Visualizing Emotions
Going Home: Using Paper To Materialize Places Where We Belong
I am Myself and Someone Else

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