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

by Peter O'Connor
Drama
Journal Article

As Australian national curriculum documents are drawn up and drama educators celebrate the inclusion of the arts in these important documents, this article acts as a cautionary...

by Jonathan Neelands
Drama
Journal Article

This paper examines two quite different examples of drama and theatre education in order to identify how drama curricula are shaped, both by external forces and by a common pedagogic and...

by Jo Raphael
Drama
Journal Article

In 2006 Drama Australia launched the VINE Project, bringing together groups of drama students within schools, universities and the broader community to make group performances based on a common...

by Jack Migdalek
Drama
Journal Article

This paper problematises embedded notions of masculine and feminine embodiment within the contexts of contemporary Australian mainstream popular culture. Drawing on Bourdieu's theory of 'habitus...

by Victoria Carless
Drama
Journal Article

This article explores the outcomes of a recent study at James Cook University in which alternate pathways for improvisation were examined with an emphasis on the form's narrative-building...

by Paul Draper and Scott Harrison
Music
Journal Article

This paper explores recent developments in relation to doctoral research training in music. Drawing on the findings of a case-study of a recently established practice-led doctorate at an...

by Mandy Lupton and Christine Bruce
Music
Journal Article

This paper explores models of teaching and learning music composition in higher education. It analyses the pedagogical approaches apparent in the literature on teaching and learning composition...

by Anne Power and Mike Horsley
Music
Journal Article

Research has shown that undergraduate disciplinary study provides new teachers with knowledge schemas derived from their discipline. The key question considered in this article is: what existing...

by Wing Chi Margaret Lau and Susan Grieshaber
Music
Journal Article

Drawn from a larger mixed methods study, this case study provides an account of aspects of the music education programme that occurred with one teacher and a kindergarten class of children aged...

by Melissa Anne Cain
Music
Journal Article

This paper explores the preliminary outcomes of research into the place and role of cultural diversity in primary music classes at five International Schools in Singapore. It highlights the ways...

by Bo Wah Leung and Gary E. McPherson
Music
Journal Article

Studying music in schools has not been regarded to be important for Hong Kong students and parents. Similar to many other countries and regions, music is marginalized in the...

by Gary E. McPherson and Susan A. O'Neill
Music
Journal Article

This study draws on an expectancy-value theoretical framework to examine the motivation (competence beliefs, values and task difficulty) of 24,143 students (11,909 females...

by Samuel Leong
Music
Journal Article

The Chinese government has opened up its education system since the early 1990s, blending traditional test-centered approaches with critical thinking and versatility, and...

by Lotte Latukefu
Music
Journal Article

In 2008, peer assessment was introduced into the singing component of a tertiary level undergraduate creative arts performance course within an Australian regional university...

by Nantida Chandransu
Music
Journal Article

The development of Music Education in Thailand’s Higher Education has been impacted by external changes in the social, political, and administrative contexts. In the next period (2008-2017)...

by Barry Kwok-yeung Lee
Music
Journal Article

There have been many claims about the benefits that the use of technology can bring to music learning. In fact, examples of successful applications and high levels of motivation associated with...

by Sai Ying Tse and Samuel Leong
Music
Journal Article

Mentoring has long been recognized as an effective approach in the professional development of teachers since it combines career advancement and psychosocial development (Kram, 1988). While a body...

by Chueng-Yung Wai Yee and Mei-Ling Lai
Others
Journal Article

At the turn of the 21st century, the governments of Hong Kong and Taiwan initiated curriculum reforms, which aimed to expand children’s arts experience, develop their generic skills and connect...

by Shiu Chuen-Jiang
Others
Journal Article

The paper studies the possibility of replacing visual sense with tactile sense in the spatial representation of the blind. Subjects of the study come from Chiming Senior High School in Taiwan (...

by Kathryn Grushka
Visual Arts
Journal Article

Visual methodologies in qualitative research acknowledge that images carry personal, cultural and social significance and are embedded in all our lives. Montage, in the field of visual art...

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