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Fielding, Rob (1989). Socio-cultural theories of cognitive development: Implications for teaching theory in the visual arts. Art Education, 42, 44-47.

Getty Center for Education in the Arts (1985). Beyond creating: The place for art in America’s schools. Santa Monica, CA: The J. Paul Getty Trust.

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Pals, Eric (1994). Myths, mandalas, and microworlds: Logo programming in art education and the integration of educational technology in a museum. Unpublished master’s manuscript, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.

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