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Accreditation Report 2002
Core Campuses: Bloomington and Indianapolis

for the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
and the Indiana Professional Standards Board


Faculty Vita

Enid Zimmerman, Ed.D.

Title: Professor of Education; Program Chair: Art Education and Gifted Education
Office: W. W. Wright Education Building, room 3131
Campus: Bloomington
Year of appointment: 1978


Academic Degrees

Ed.D. Indiana University 1979 Art Education
M.A. Hunter College 1967 Fine Arts
B.A. City College 1961 Fine Arts/Art History

Professional Experience

1997-Present Coordinator of Gifted and Talented Education, Indiana University, School of Education.
1991-Present Professor, Indiana University: Curriculum and Instruction Department, Art Education Program
1988-Present Coordinator of Art Education, Indiana University, School of Education
1988-Present Adjunct Professor, Indiana University, Women's Studies Department
1987-1991 Associate Professor, Indiana University, Art Education Department
1986-1988 Associate Chairperson of Curriculum and Instruction, Indiana University, School of Education
1979-1985 Assistant Professor, Indiana University, Art Education Department
1978-1979 Associate Instructor, Indiana University, Art Education Department

Faculty load

50% teaching, 25% service, 25% research

Faculty Teaching

Fall 2001 M333 Art Experience For The Elem Tch
Fall 2001 M235 Looking At and Talking About Art (concurrent with Z511)
Spring 2002 Z550 Topical Seminar in Art Educ
Spring 2002 M401 Seminar/Field Experience (concurrent with M430)
Spring 2002 M401 Seminar/Field Experience (concurrent with Z532)
Fall 2002 M130 Introduction To Art Teaching
Fall 2002 M330 Found Art Educ & Methods 1
Fall 2002 Z500 Advanced Art Education

Selected Publications

    2001 Art Talent Development, Creativity, and Enrichment Programs for Artistically Talented Students in Grades K-8 (with Clark). In M.L. Lynch and C.R. Harris (Eds.), Teaching the Creative Child K-8 (pp.211-226). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

    2001 The Doctoral Program in Art Education at Indiana University (co-authored with Guy Hubbard and Gilbert Clark). In J. Hutchins (Ed.), In Their Own Words: A History of the Development of Doctoral Study in Art Education in the United States (pp. 141-151). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

    2001 Identifying Artistically Talented Students in Four Rural Communities in the United States (co-authored with Gilbert Clark). Gifted Child Quarterly, 45 (2), 104-144, 2001.

    Authentic Community-based Assessments in Rural Communities in the United States. Proceedings of the Conference on Community, Culture, and Art Education-Hua Lien University, Graduate Institute of Visual Art Education, Taiwan. (pp. 41-53). November 2001.

    2001 Teaching Art from Multicultural, Community-based, Global, and Intercultural Perspectives (co-authored with Melanie Davenport). For Your Information: New York Foundation for the Arts, 17 (1), insert.

    Edwin Ziegfeld National Art Luncheon Talk/2001. The Newletter of the United States Society for Education Through Art, 25(1), 9-11, 2001.

    Guest Editorial: A Global Art Experience, School Arts, November 2001.

    2000 Greater Understanding of Local Community: A Community-based Art Education Program for Rural Schools (with Gilbert Clark). Art Education, 53 (2), 33-39.

    2000 A Case Study of the Impact of Educational Opportunities on a Talented Student's Art Development. Occasional Seminar #9: Bodies of Work and Art Making Practice (pp. 7-22). Sydney, Australia: College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales.

    2000 Art Education and Early Childhood Education: The Young Child as a Creator and Meaning-Maker Within a Community Context (with L. Zimmerman). Young Children, 55(6), 87-92.

    2000 Assessment Methods for Students from Diverse Populations (with T. Marché). In S. LaPierre, M. Stolcrocki, and E Zimmerman, Research Methods and Methodologies for Multicultural and Cross-Cultural Issues in Art Education (pp. 31-36). Tempe, AZ: Arizona Arts Education Research Institute.

    2000 Responses to Questions in Research Issues that Affect the International Art Education Community. In InSEA News, 7(1),5,7.

    2000 Research Models and Methodologies for Multicultural and Cross-Cultural Issues in Art Education (co-edited with Sharon La Pierre and Mary Stokrocki). Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Arts Education Research Institute. Published as an ERIC monograph ED 438224.

    1999 You'll never find Artistically Talented Students in that Rural Community: Art Talent Development in Rural Schools (with G. Clark). In A. Nyman (Eds), Issues and Approaches to Art Students with Special Needs (pp. 87-97). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

    1999 Authentic Assessment Methods for Students from Diverse Populations (with T. Marché). Research Methods and Methodologies for Multicultural and Cross-Cultural Issues in Art Education (pp. 31-36). Tempe, Arizona: Arts Education Research Institute.

    1999 Project Arts: A Community-Based Talent Development Program in Rural Schools in the United States (with G. Clark). Published in an abstracted form, in Russian, in a two volume series from a symposium Global Aspects of Rural Education. Ryazan, Russia.

    1999 Building Community-Based Art Curricula and Assessments that are Responsive to Local Needs of Rural Communities (with G. Clark). In Culture, Society, Art Education: 1995 InSEA-Asian Regional Congress (pp. 25-43). Taichung, Taiwan: National Museum of Science.

    1998 Women Art Educators IV: Her Stories, Our Stories, Future Stories (Co-edited with E. Sacca). Montreal, Canada: Canadian Society for Education through Art.

    Status Reports of the NAEA Task Forces (editor). Reston VA: National Art Education Association.

    1997 Research Methods and Methodologies for Art Education. (Co-edited with S.D. La Pierre). Reston, Virginia: National Art Education Association.

    1997 Project ARTS: Arts for Rural Teachers and Students. Final Report with (G. Clark) and Identification, Curriculum, and Evaluation Handbook (with G. Clark and T. Marche). This research and development project was funded by Grant R206A20220, U.S. Department of Education, Jacob Javits Gifted and Talented Discretionary Grant Program.

Funded Projects

    2001-2002 Co-investigator (with M. Stokrocki). A cross-site analysis of strategies used by three middle school teacher to impact student learning. National Art Education Association ($4,875).

    2000 SOTL-Related Travel Support Grant related to supporting research activities advancing undergraduate teaching and learning ($300).

    1999-2001 Director, Funding for An Abractor's Position for the ERIC/ART Adjunct Clearinghouse at Indiana University. National Art Education Association ($15,000)

    1995-1996 Co-director (with G. Clark). Artistically Talented In-Service Program for Indiana Art Teachers, Alumni Conference. Indiana State Department of Education, Office of Gifted and Talented Education, 1995-96 ($5,000). Funding for 55 Artistically Talented Program alumni to attend a two day conference in Bloomington, Indiana.

Conference Presentations

    2001 Art Education Colloquia Speaker: "I Don't Want to Stand Out There and Let my Underwear Show. College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales, Australia.

    2001 Undergraduate Lecture Series (with Gilbert Clark) College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales: (1) "Issues of Excellence and Equity in Educating Artistically Talented Students," (2) "Issues and Practices of Related to Identification of Artistically Talented Students," and (3) "Some Strategies for Teaching Artistically Talented Students."

    2001 "Nurturing Programs for Artistically Talented Students." Sydney Girls High School, Sydney Australia.

    2000 "Evaluation Methods- Seminar Series for Research in Multicultural and Cross-cultural issues," (with T. Marché). United States Society for Education Through Art and the Arizona Art Education Association, Tempe, Arizona.

    2000 "Issues in Leadership and Practice" (with R. Irwin and F. Thurber). National Art Education Association Convention, Los Angeles.

    2000 "The Tension Between Content and Pedagogy in Art Teacher Education," (with L. Galbraith and K. Grauer). National Art Education Association Convention, Los Angeles.

    2000 "Case Studies at Profiles for Developing Art Education Leadership," (with F. Thurber). National Art Education Association Convention, Los Angeles.

    2000 "Identifying Artistically Talented Students in Four Ethnically Diverse Rural Communities," (w. G. Clark). National Art Education Association Convention, Los Angeles.

    2000 "Aesthetic Valuing of Domestic Arts in School and Homes," (with R. Mason and M. Manifold). National Art Education Association Convention, Los Angeles.

    2000 "Teaching Strategies for Integrating the Arts and Academics in Inclusion Classrooms," (with G. Clark and L. Eldridge). Art Education Association of Indiana Conference. Terre Haute, Indiana.

    2000 Panel discussion: "International Research Issues and Concerns." United States Society for Education Through Art and the Arizona Art Education Association, Tempe, Arizona.

    1999 Invited Keynote Speaker, "What Ever Happened to Creativity?" A New Focus on the Relationship Between Creativity and Art Talent Development." 1999 International Symposium in Art Education at the Taichung Museum of Art, Taiwan.

    1999 Invited Keynote Speaker, "NAEA Leadership Perspectives." Envision Art Education: Symposium for Research on Conceptual Issues of Art Education. University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    1999 Invited Keynote Speaker, "The Development of a Body of Work." Bodies of Work and The Practice of Art Making. Occasional Seminars in Art Education, University of New South Wales.

    1999 Invited Keynote Speaker, "Authentic Assessment of Art Programs," workshop on authentic assessment, and "Nurturing the Arts in Programs, Gifted and Talented Students." The 1999 Art Conference, The International School of Dusseldorf, Germany.

    1999 Invited Speaker, "Art Talent Development Initiatives at the National Level," Partnership Special Session Series (with Peter Rosenstein, Executive Director of the National Association of Gifted Children). The National Art Educaiton Association Convention, Washington, DC.

    1999 "No Girls Aloud:" Empowering Art Teachers to Become Leaders in Diverse Educational Contexts." InSEA Research Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

    1999 "The Tension Between Content and Pedagogy in Art Teacher Education," (with L. Galbraith and K. Grauer). InSEA Research Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

    1999 "How to develop Your Children's Art Talents," Frankfurt International School, Germany.

    1999 "Integrating the Arts and Academics in Gifted and Talented Programs," (with J. Bizzari). The Indiana Association for the Gifted, Indianapolis, Indiana.

    1999 "The Childhood Art Work of an Artistically Talented Student," InSEA 30th World Congress, Brisbane, Australia.

    1999 "Adequacy of the NAEP Report: Interpretation of the Findings, Future Implications, Courses of Actions," panel discussion with E. Eisner and M. A. Stankiewicz. Council for Policy Studies in Art Education. Washington, DC.

    1999 "Research About Effective Forms of Leadership for Art Teachers," (with F. Thurber). Seminar for Research in Art Education, The National Art Education Association Convention, Washington, DC.

    1999 "The Uses of Performance Assessment in Art Education," (with E. Eisner, G. Clark, and B. Wilson). The National Art Education Association Convention, Washington, DC.

    1999 "How Community-based Art Education Impacted Changes in Three Rural Communities," (with F. Bastos, M. Manifold and T. Marché). The National Art Education Association Convention, Washington, DC.

    1999 "Empowering Art Teachers and Art Educators to Tell their Stories," (with E. Sacca). The National Art Education Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Honors/Awards

    2001 United States Society for Education Through Art (USSEA), Edwin Ziegfeld Award for bring distinction to international art education.

    2000 USSEA Service Award in recognition of co-editing InSEA News.

    1999 Gifted/Talented Education Recognition and Service Award, Indiana Department of Gifted Education.

    "Dynamic Tensions in Ability Grouping: A Comparative Perspective and Critical Analysis," an article published in Educational Horizons with Robert Arnove, was chosen from all published articles in education in 1999 to be included with about 25 other articles in Dushkin/McGraw-Hill's annual education edition.

    Visiting Scholar, University of New South Wales, September 19- October 1, 1999.

    1998 National Art Education Association (NAEA) National Art Educator of the Year. This award recognizes one NAEA member a year for outstanding achievements and service.

    Seminar for Research in Art Education (an NAEA affiliate) President's Award.

    Integrated Services Team Award, Indiana Department of Education, Gifted/Talented Education Unit.

    1997, 1998, Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, School of Education, Indiana University. 1999

    1996 Elected to the 1996 Class of Distinguished Fellows of the National Art Education Association (NAEA). This honor is given NAEA members who have demonstrated a high level of accomplishment and have contributed to the field of art education.


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