This example of an educational philosophy statement by a senior undergraduate art education major addresses her beliefs about what should be taught in art, student learners, technology for art education, and the importance of addressing visual culture in art education.

She has identified hyperlinks of “Teachable Moments,” “Computer Applications,” and “Concepts that are challenging” to link to art lessons and reflections on teaching.

Just that alone, seeing thoughts differently, helps to create a space, a distance, between us and our thoughts, which helps us to stand back a little, see things a bit more objectively, and make wiser and more helpful decisions about how to react effectively.

If you need to cite an entire website in your reference list, include some or all of the following elements, in this order: 1. Tutorial: Citing Government Publications The University of North Texas provides general guidelines for citing government publications as well as links to additional resources.

You can usually refer to an entire website in running text without including it in your reference list, e.g.: "According to its website, the Financial Accounting Board requires ...". The site offers comparison citation tables with examples from examples of citing formats like films, photographs, maps and recorded sound that are accessed electronically.

However, with existing templates you will have some creative outlet with selecting fonts and font colors.

Typically, undergraduate pre-service art teaching portfolios are organized in two ways.

Following are links to sites that have additional information and alternative examples: Turabian Quick Guide (University of Chicago Press) Ref Works Once you have created an account, go to Tools/Preview Output Style to see examples of Turabian style.

The example of a studio art statement was written by a senior art education major.Human beings are the sources of "all international politics"; even though the holders of political power may change, this remains the same (Hudson 1997, 5). Meyer, Leonard B., Kendall Walton, Albert Hofstadter, Svetlana Alpers, George Kubler, Richard Wolheim, Monroe Beardsley, Seymour Chatman, Ann Banfield, and Hayden White. Include some or all of the following elements in your reference list citations, in this order: 1. Table of Contents: Parenthetical References Citing Books Citing Journal Articles Citing Magazine Articles Citing Websites For More Help The examples in this guide are meant to introduce you to the basics of citing sources using Kate Turabian's . For types of resources not covered in this guide (e.g., government documents, manuscript collections, video recordings) and for further information, please consult the websites listed at the end of this guide, the handbook itself (LAU Ref Desk, LB 2369 . The 15th edition of recommends that researchers in the natural and social sciences adopt a parenthetical reference (or "author-date") style in combination with an alphabetically arranged reference list for documenting sources. She included hyperlinks in her statement so that a reader could learn more about the influences on her art work.