About FTC® & Marking Mapping
“Visualizing the Creative Process: Using the FTC Palette to Rebalance Transformative Studio Practice,” Chapter in Creativity and Art Education: Foundations, Pedagogies, and Contemporary Issues, Flavia Bastos and Enid Zimmerman (Eds.) Reston, VA: National Art Education Association, 2015
“What Excellent Visual Arts Teaching Looks Like: Balanced, Interdisciplinary, and Meaningful,” Invited author and editor for NAEA Advocacy White Papers: Learning in a Visual Age. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association, 2012. Download pdf here.
“Seeing A Bigger Picture: The Visual Arts,” Principal Leadership issue on “Seeing the Future,” 11(7), March 2011.
“Using Form+Theme+Context (FTC) for Rebalancing 21st-Century Art Education,” Studies in Art Education, 50 (3), Spring 2009 Download pdf here.
“Form + Theme + Context: Balancing Considerations for Meaningful Art Learning,” Art Education, 53 (1), January 2006
“SummerVision DC: An Intensive Museum Experience Transforms into An Evolving Professional Learning Community (PLC),” with Carole Henry In Professional Development in Art Museums, Dana Kletchka & B. Stephen Carpenter II (Eds.) Reston, VA: National Art Education Association, 2018
“Evaluating a Museum-Based Professional Learning Community as a Model for Art Education Leadership Development,” with Enid Zimmerman, Studies in Art Education, LVIII , 4, 2017.
“SummerVision DC: An Evolving Professional Learning Community (PLC) explores art museums and nurtures the nurturer,” Chapter with Carole Henry in J. Daichendt, A. Kantawala & J. Haywood Rolling (Eds.), Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art, 3 (3), 363-278. Bristol, H UK: Intellect, 2014.
“Feminist Leadership: Revelations Through Data Visualization Mapping” with Enid Zimmerman in NAEA Women’s Caucus Lobby Activism. Edited by Karen Keifer-Boyd, Linda Hoeptner-Poling, Sheri Klein, Wanda Knight, and Adetty Pérez de Miles.
Advocacy Bookmarks Created for NAEA: “Art Teachers Nurture 6 Senses…” and “A Visual Arts Educator is…”