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

by LIANG Chee Wei, TAN Woon Siong, SAKARYOH Samsiyah, & NEO Soon Seng
Digital & Media Arts
Conference Paper
The Design and Technology curriculum has always been premised on the importance of developing creative thinking abilities. Researches from cognitive psychology, engineering and invention have...
by QUEK Choon Lang Geraldine, YEO Tiong Meng, TOH Hiew Kang Dennis, LOKE Hong Yew
Visual Arts
Conference Paper
In the move towards learner-centred and technology-rich learning environment, the school has deployed various teaching approaches to bring about engaged and authentic learning. With the collaborative...
by CHAN Charles, MOK Yim Mei, CHONG Amy, SALEM Nur Azlin, ABDULGHANI Rohimah, & JUNID Fazlinda
Others
Conference Paper
The HEArts Programme is an innovative curriculum programme integrating History, Geography, English, Art and Music, offered to all Sec 1 and 2 Normal(Academic) and Express pupils in Boon Lay Secondary...
by HOUTTE Sienna, COLLINS Tim, LEICHTY Julian, ANGEL April, & LEE Tsai-Rong
Others
Conference Paper
In this workshop, participants will learn about the design of the Fulbright Taiwan English Teaching Program, which uses a model of co-teaching and cultural exchange to incorporate native English...
by NG Tian Hui
Music
Conference Paper
This paper looks at the various approaches and practices adopted at Ang Mo Kio Secondary School in the past 3 years as it continues to re-invent its school music programme. The paper describes...
by Tan, Wee Meng
Digital & Media Arts
Conference Paper
Design & Technology anchors on design actions, which can be too complex for pupils. Pupils find difficulty to readily apply related design knowledge and skills learnt. As such, pupils may be '...
by RAMALINGAM Lalitha, TAN Sock Li Sally, &NEO Siew Bee
Music
Conference Paper
Over the last 25 years, many researches and studies have been done to find out how music influences our brain and how we can use music to help our pupils learn faster and more effectively. However,...
by EE Jessie, TAN Oon Seng, and NG Aik Kwang,
Others
Conference Paper
Kirton (1976) described two creative styles, namely adaption and innovation. Adaptors prefer to "do things better" whilst, innovators prefer to "do things differently". This study explored the...
by Dennis Sale
Others
Conference Paper
This paper summarizes a framework for promoting creative teaching, which has been derived from applied research and practice over the past 4 years. The framework moves beyond present approaches that...
by QUEK Guan Cheng
Others
Conference Paper
This paper is part of the research on the construction and practice of creativity policy in the Singapore education system. The specific research question was: What have been the effects of the...
by CHONG K M Eddy
Music
Conference Paper
The pedagogical potential of edublogging-blogging used as an educational tool and strategy-in music teaching has been previously explored (present author, 2005a, 2005b, 2006a, 2006b). In this paper,...
by HOPKINS Terry, PEREIRA Les, DOHERTY Lois. and THOMPSON-WHITE Jill
Others
Conference Paper
This symposium highlights three key innovations embedded in a teacher education program at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia. Academics established a transformative culture of learning and...
by Eugene Dairianathan & Lum Chee Hoo
Music
Conference Paper
If music of popular culture is a lived curriculum - one that has suffused young people’s lives – can popular musics’ presence in everyday space be extended to educational space? In this paper, we...
by Lau Wing Chi, Margaret
Music
Conference Paper
The ability to develop social relationships with peers has long been regarded as one of the mostimportant development tasks of childhood (Hartup, 1989; Jewett, 1992; McClellan & Katz, 1992)....
by Dennis Sale
Others
Conference Paper
This paper summarizes the emerging findings of an ongoing research project that seeks to uncover theunderlying syntax of creative teaching. It is driven by the question: What do creative teachers do...
by Jon-Chao Hong, Jeou-Shyan Horng, Lih-Juan Lin, Shih-Hui Chang, Hui-Chuan Chu,Chan-Li Lin
Others
Conference Paper
The purpose of this study is to investigate the influential factors and identify the key factors of teachers’creative teaching. The study developed a Creative Teaching Factors Interview Outline as...
by Jon-Chao Hong and Yi-Chih Lu
Others
Conference Paper
Every one’s dream is to be a creative person and it is another mission to carry out the dream. Many schoolprincipals recognize the importance of innovation in doing some change at school, some are...
by Stephanie Burridge
Dance
Conference Paper
When exploring creative domains it is interesting to look at the myriad of possible mixing, morphing,amalgamation and intermingling of modes and student choices. These choices may be viewed as an...
by Alexis L.H. Pang
Digital & Media Arts
Conference Paper
Visualization technology is developing rapidly and provides a spectrum of possibilities for educationalintegration in the Singapore context. There is thus a need for research data to stimulate the...
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Visual Arts
Conference Paper
The first stage of this presentation focuses on multiliteracies that foreground the visual. A pedagogical response, employing a visual methodology inclusive of critical tools such as: representation...

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