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Elliot Eisner

By Casey Smith
• He was a professor of Education and of Art at Stanford
• Served as president of the National Art Education
Association, International Society for Education through
Art, American Educational Research Association, and the
John Dewey Society.

• Supported the Getty Center for Education in the Arts and

their creation of Discipline-Based Art Education.

• Created “10 Lessons the Arts Teach” which

NAEA still uses today.
• Received numerous awards for his contributions to art
education including five honorary degrees.
• Wrote 17 books, countless papers and articles and
presented lectures worldwide.
Amrein-Beardsley, A. (2013, April 22). Inside the Academy. Retrieved from http://insidetheacademy.asu.edu/elliot-eisner
Donald, B. (2014, January 17). Stanford professor Elliot Eisner, champion of arts education, dead at 80. Stanford News. Retrieved from
Smith, M. (2005). Elliot W. Eisner, connoisseurship, criticism and the art of education. Retrieved from http://infed.org/mobi/elliot-w-eisner-