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Boughton, Doug(las Gordon)

BOUGHTON, Doug(las Gordon)

BOUGHTON, Doug(las Gordon). Australian, b. 1944. Genres: Education. Career: Elementary schoolteacher in Bankstown, Australia, 1963-64; high school art teacher in NSW, Australia, 1965-67; Riverina Area Office of Education, NSW, art adviser, 1968-70; elementary schoolteacher in Calgary, Alberta, 1971; junior high school art teacher in Calgary, 1971-72; art teacher and department head at a high school in Calgary, 1973-74; University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, assistant professor of education, 1976-78; University of British Columbia, Vancouver, assistant professor of art education, 1978-79; Salisbury College of Advanced Education, Salisbury, Australia, senior lecturer, 1979-81, principal lecturer in art and art education, 1981-82; South Australian College of Advanced Education, principal lecturer in art and design education, 1982-90, head of School of Art and Design Education, 1985-90; University of South Australia, Underdale, associate professor, 1991-92, professor of art and design education, 1993-, head of School of Art and Design Education, 1993. Speaker at colleges and universities. Painter, with work exhibited in Alberta. Publications: Evaluation and Assessment of Visual Arts Education (monograph), 1994. EDITOR: (with J. Cunningham and DC Wilson) Curriculum Policies and the Expressive Arts (monograph), 1979; (with E.W. Eisner and J. Ligtvoet, and contrib.) Evaluating and Assessing the Visual Arts in Education: International Perspectives, 1996; (with K. Congdon, and contrib.) Evaluating Art Education Programs in Community Centers: International Perspectives of Conception and Practice, 1998. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to academic journals. Address: School of Education, University of South Australia, Holbrooks Rd., Underdale, SA 5032, Australia. Online address: [email protected]

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