Art and Culture: Critical Essays by Clement Greenberg

By Clement Greenberg

"Clement Greenberg is, the world over, the best-known American paintings critic popularly thought of to be the guy who placed American leading edge portray and sculpture at the global map. . . . an enormous ebook for everybody attracted to smooth portray and sculpture."—The big apple Times

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What people enjoy, find fun, or connect with is often what they consider important. Look for what people find joy in. Write down what different stakeholders get excited about and which stories of success they become emotional about. See how these emotionally stimulating times are part of the mission. 20 The Shaping School Culture Fieldbook Scan the Culture for Rewards and Recognition Events Those who exemplify or advance what the school stands for and what it is working to accomplish should be recognized and rewarded.

Draft or storyboard your ad in the space on page 30. Use whatever symbols or local actors— students, teachers, volunteers, or others in the school community—that people feel best represent the school. Show the ad on local access television, or put it on your school’s or district’s Web site, in your school’s electronic newsletter, or in a local online paper. Vision and Values 29 Design a Symbolic Representation—A Heraldry Shield In medieval times, kings and queens had court artists design a heraldry shield that included symbols of their values, their accomplishments, and their honor or might.

They are “consciously held, cognitive views about truth and reality” (Ott, 1989, p. 39). In schools, staff, students, and principals hold beliefs about all the major aspects of their organization—for example, beliefs about teachers’ responsibility for student learning, about students’ capacities, about ethnicity and social class, about change and innovation, and particularly about the nature of students and their motivation. Norms Norms are the web of expectations that a group holds in regard to behavior, dress, language, and other aspects of social life.

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