KYUNGEUN LIM

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RESEARCH

In review

Koo, A., Lim, K., & Song, B. (in review). Belonging together: Reconstructing connections by deconstructing stories, Art Education. 

 

In review

Koo, A., Lim, K., & Song, B (in review). Belonging pedagogy: Revisiting identity, culture, and belonging through art making, Studies in Art Education.

In review

Song, B., & Lim, K. (in review). Reexamining students’ exploration and interaction in the online art classroom, Teachers College Record.

Forthcoming

Song, B., Lim, E., & Lim, K. (forthcoming). The stories of teaching online art education during the times of transitions and challenges, Art Education.

Forthcoming

Lim, K., & Lee, S. (2022). Science and visual integrated curriculum through virtual reality mediated system education, European Congress Qualitative Inquiry 2022 Proceedings.

Forthcoming

Lim, K., & Song, B. (2022). Analysis of multi-layered assessment design for online art classes using grounded theory, European Congress Qualitative Inquiry 2022 Proceedings. 

Lim, K. (2022). Expanding multimodal artistic expression and appreciation methods through integrating Augmented Reality: Immersive learning in art and science integration, The International Journal of Art and Design Education. 

Lim, K. (2022). Culture and arts education utilizing VR and Metaverse in the U.S., Korea Culture and Arts Education Service. 

Lim, K., & Lee, S. (2022). Defining "belonging" in classrooms: Collected narratives from two educators in art and science at higher education institutions, The BIPOC Alliances: Building Communities and Curricula.

Song, B., & Lim, K. (2022). Exploring online art education: Multi-institutional perspectives and practices. International Journal of Education through Art.

Lim, K. (2022). Examining art education policy through policy as practice: Analysis of art teacher preparation in the United States, Korean Journal of Culture and Arts Education Studies. 

Lim, K. (2022). Examination of how first-year college students can express emotions through art appreciation in online classes during the COVID-19 pandemic, Journal of Research in Art Education. 

Lim, K. (2022). Practicing Asian-American and Pacific Islander art and culture through cultural wealth and capital theory. NAEA News, Asian Art and Culture Interest Group.

Lim, K., & Lee, S. (2022). Transcending physical mobility for immersive learning: Visual arts, VR technology, science, and social studies integration, Art Education. 

Song, B., & Lim, K. (2022). Isolation, connection, and embracement: Exploring students’ perspectives on virtual art education during the pandemic. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. 
 

Lim, K., & Song, B. (2021). Multi-institutional implementation of digital humanities: Pedagogies for the virtual art classrooms. Global Digital Humanities Symposium Proceedings. 

Song, B., Lim, K., & Kwon, H. (2021). Insights from three online art educators: Strategies for instruction, interaction, and assessment, Art Education.

Pack, K., Song, B., Lee, J., Lim, K., Kang, E., & Pack, H. (2018). Preparing educators for arts integration: Placing creativity at the center of learning. Seoul: Education & Science. (Translated Book), Original Work: Diaz, G., & McKenna, M. (Eds). (2017). Preparing educators for arts integration: Placing creativity at the center of learning. Teachers College Press.

 

Lim, K. (2017). Learner-centered education in the U.S. Education Policy Forum, Korean Educational Development Institute. 31-36.  

 

Lim, K. (2016). Immigrant, education, and arts. NAEA News, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 58(1), 32.

Lim, K. (2015). Teacher self-efficacy in the era of accountability. NAEA Newsletter, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 57(4), 24.

Lim, K. (2015). Art education as cultural wealth. NAEA Newsletter, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 57(3), 18.

Lim, K. (2015). World culture, local culture, and art education. NAEA Newsletter, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 57(1), 18.

Lim, K. (2014). Comparative education study and art education. NAEA Newsletter, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 56(5), 16.

Lim, K. (2014). Art education policy as cultural capital. NAEA Newsletter, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 56(4), 18.

Lim, K. (2014). How can art education use economic theories to persuade and influence policy decision makers? NAEA Newsletter, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 56(3), 24.

Lim, K. (2014). How is art education policy understood? NAEA Newsletter, Public Policy and Arts Administration (PPAA) SIG, 56(1), 20.

Lim, K. (2013). Asian immigrant women’s emotional reflection on artworks, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education.

 

Lim, K. (2011). Creativity for the general public: Cultural policy in South Korea. InSEA: International Society for Education through Art Newsletter, 3(2), Online publication, http://insea.org/publications/volume-3-number-2-article

RESEARCH INTEREST

  • STEAM Education

  • ​Virtual Reality​​

  • ​Augmented Reality​​​​​​

  • ​Arts Integration & Interdisciplinary Education​​​​​​​​

  • ​Online Art Education & Virtual Studio Arts​​​​

  • ​Media Arts & Digital Technology​​​​

  • ​Art Appreciation ​​​​

  • ​Art Education Policy​​​​​​​​

  • ​Art Teacher Preparation​​

  • ​Social Presence​​​​​​​​​​​​

  • ​Teachers' Self-Efficacy​​​​

  • ​Identity, Belonging, and Culture​​​​