UNESCO-NIE Centre for Arts Research in Education (CARE)

by CHIA Wei Khuan, LI Xin
Music
Conference Paper
Western Classical Singing was introduced to China at the beginning of 20th century. Today, many Chinese singers have gained international recognition. There are likely many contributing factors which...
by SEAH Kek Koon
Visual Arts
Conference Paper
Photovoice, a form of participatory action research, was developed by Caroline Wang and her associates to provide rural Chinese women with the means to share their everyday health realities with...
by QUEK Guan Cheng
Others
Conference Paper
This study aimed to design a theoretical framework to analyse creativity policy in Singapore. It was to analyse why and how creativity policy was constructed and practised in Singaporean education....
by HWUANG Ming-Yueh, HONG Jon-Chao, YANG Ting-Ya, CHANG Ya-Lan, LIAN Jie
Others
Conference Paper
With the approaching of the knowledge-based economics era, the informal learning is gradually gaining more prevalent. Basically, informal learning is a kind of self-regulated learning in which the...
by CHEO Cecily Charlotte
Visual Arts
Conference Paper
t has been observed that the visual art classroom in Singapore primary and secondary schools is often teacher-centered, exam-oriented and primarily concerned with the transmission of a narrowly...
by CHUA Siew Ling, KOH Bee Kim
Music
Conference Paper
One of the key focuses for arts education in Singapore schools is developing arts appreciation and building up the future audience base among the general student population. To achieve an...
by SANWARI Siti Zurianah
Visual Arts
Conference Paper
Flutter is a project to create wearable art from fashion illustration and graphic designs. "Flutter" is premised upon the effect of realizing two dimensional designs in life will have a positive...
by DAIRIANATHAN Eugene
Music
Conference Paper
Tullia Magrini explains that the term improvisation connotes unpredictability and suggests two reasons: the aleatory and unsystematic character of the event, and, a lack of knowledge and information...
by PASCOE Robin, WRIGHT Peter, DINHAM Judith, MACCALLUM Judith, GRUSHKA Kath
Visual Arts
Conference Paper
As practice, contemporary society and technology change, Visual Education is emerging as a significant and essential field of education. Contemporary students need to be proficient with aesthetic,...
by Loo, Fung Ying
Music
Conference Paper
Vigorous debate over issues of traditional and modern methods of piano playing has occurred among researchers, pedagogues and performers during the past 100 years. In addition, due to the intensely...
by SEW Jyh Wee
Drama
Conference Paper
The need to decrease drop-out rate was a recent concern in the National Day Rally Speech on 31 Aug. 2006. Prior to this, frustration from homework and studying was depicted by the participants in a...
by Dennis Sale
Others
Conference Paper
This workshop demonstrates a novel and practical framework for developing creative teaching competence. It will model the resources and strategies underpinning creative teaching, identifying...
by CHAN Jung-Hsuan, CHUANG Hsiu-Tyan
Digital & Media Arts
Conference Paper
"Basic Design" is a course to help develop creative thinking. Its purpose is to train interior design students to develop independent thinking as well as creative design ability. Creative abilities...
by Madonna Stinson
Drama
Conference Paper
In the current educational context educational professionals are often asked to modify classroom practice or implement pedagogical change following initiatives from school administrations or...
by CHEN Mei-Ju, CHEN Cloo
Others
Conference Paper
The implementation of the nine year integrated curriculum demanded by educational reform groups and directed by the Ministry of Education began in 2001 starting with first grade in Taiwan. Three...
by NG Kok Vei Christopher, TOH Pei Ling, Masjor bin AHMAD HATIB
Digital & Media Arts
Conference Paper
At the MOE Work Plan Seminar 2004, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Minister for Education, clearly pointed out that "too much learning today is aimed at recalling facts and model answers for examinations...
by YIP Cheng Hou
Others
Conference Paper
This workshop explores a repertoire of creative teaching strategies that have been very successful in exciting our pupils to love this subject. Participants will explore how common household items...
by Tam, Po Chi
Drama
Conference Paper
In response to the political and economic changes in the late nineties, Hong Kong (abbrev. HK) launched a series of education reforms. Chinese language education (abbrev. CLE) is one of those. One of...
by TAN Pei Ghee
Digital & Media Arts
Conference Paper
Using Music Television Videos (MTV) as a teaching strategy transforms the MTV into a powerful tool in engaging the students' minds towards self-motivated learning and creativity. The students' self-...
by JIH Hueyching Janice, LEE Tsai-Ying, TSENG Yi-Lan, LIN Kun-Shian, WU Szu-Chien, LIU Yen-Tzu
Digital & Media Arts
Conference Paper
Review every innovation moment of human civilization, creativity plays a critical role. From triarchic theory of intelligence by Sternberg, students need all three parts of intelligence, named...

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