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In this chapter Ippolito sets the stage for the comparative teaching study that follows in Chap. 4, placing the research study in theoretical context. Against the backdrop of twenty-first-century learning science concepts and objectives, and changing philosophies in education, the chapter reviews key literature related to experiential learning and arts-based learning as a specific form of experiential learning. Ippolito then looks at the use of arts-based modalities in the “signature professions” of management, medicine and law, and at leading research conducted in these fields that relates to the impact of arts-based methods on practice. Ippolito provides an overview of arts-based initiatives in the teaching of negotiation and conflict resolution specifically, and the express use of music as an arts-based teaching modality.
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