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Elliot Eisner

By Casey Smith
• He was a professor of Education and of Art at Stanford
University.
• 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
http://news.stanford.edu/news/2014/january/elliot-eisner-obit-011714.html
Smith, M. (2005). Elliot W. Eisner, connoisseurship, criticism and the art of education. Retrieved from http://infed.org/mobi/elliot-w-eisner-
connoisseurship-criticism-and-the-art-of-education/