Champions of Change: The Impact of the Arts on Learning. Editor Ted Fisk. Published by the arts educational partnership and the presidents committee on the arts and humanties. Contains research based studies examining the issue of transfer from arts based academic disciplines. Reports by: James Caterall, Shirley Bryce Heath, Judith M. Burton, Robert Horowitz, and Hal Abeles, Steve Seidel, and Benny Wolf.
Adventures in Art -- Teacher's Edition. Laura Chapman. Worcester, MA: Davis Publications, Inc., (a set of six wire spiral, soft-bound, grade-specific methods books to be used with Adventures in Art student books). Teachers College, Columbia University holds a symposium on “The Arts in School Reform” with papers by Rika Burnham, Judith M. Burton, Marjorie B. Franklin, John Gilmour, Maxine Greene and Philip Jacksons. Papers published in the Teachers College Record Volume 95, Number 4, Summer 1994.
Glyn V. Thomas & Angelo M. J. Silk An Introduction to the Psychology of Children's Drawings summarized and classified theories and research findings entered up such basic issues as why children draw, role of emotions, motives, the role of subconscious in drawing, the emergence and significance of symbols and other concerns. Personalities were listed which are spokespersons for various points of view. Judith M. Burton becomes Director of Art and Art Education at Teachers College, Columbia University with a mandate to rebuild the program to its former position as a leading voice for humanistic education in the field of art education.
A collection of essays, edited by Judith M. Burton, Arlene Lederman and Peter London, offers the first major critique of discipline based art education in the USA.
Judith M. Burton authors a series of six articles in School Arts under the general title “Developing Minds.” The series offered a detailed account of various phases of artistic development, linked to thoughtful engagements with materials and group dialogues designed to motivate learning.