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by Jill Smith and Cathy Warden
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New Zealand is a young country with a comparatively recent history. Jill is an experienced tertiary teacher educator and researcher in the field of secondary school art and art history....

by Robert Brown and Melanie Chilianis
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ArtPlay is the first permanent home for children's art and play in Australia. It was established in 2003 by the City of Melbourne as a part of the artistic, creative and cultural development of...

by David Bell
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This paper explores strategies and principles to inform constructive conversations about art. The focus in art learning has traditionally been on practice - making art works, often in discrete...

by Karen Maras
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This paper outlines research focusing on the developmental significance of children's critical judgements of paintings in art. Rather than describe development in terms of visual competence, the...

by Grant Ellmers, Ian Brown and Susan Bennett
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Explored in an ongoing PhD study is the notion that reflective practice has the potential to scaffold enhanced cognitive engagement and articulation of tacit knowledge through visual arts and...

by Jeffrey L. Broome
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Multi-age education, characterised by the intentional grouping of students from multiple grade levels, is receiving growing attention in Australia. Despite this growth, the subject has rarely...

by Anne Lord and Linda Ashton
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The usually once-in-a-lifetime experience of completing a PhD is simultaneously an exciting yet risky one. While there are rules, policies and training which can inform the...

by Bedford, E.
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Whilst it is readily acknowledged that art galleries provide valuable opportunities to enrich students' learning, some educators feel rather reluctant to use these institutions as part of their...

by Penelope Collet
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A cooperation between a university campus and an art gallery in the same regional centre is documented in this article to demonstrate how new approaches can invigorate and strengthen past...

by Gay McDonald and Kim Snepvangers
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The findings of this article suggest that a productive and potentially sustainable space for audience 'interactivity' can be constructed in the interstices between the art museum and the...

by Adele Flood
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This article is a response to the statement 'Child art is dead', which was made to art educators at the 32nd Insea World Congress in Osaka. The author suggests that children have always made and...

by Anita Ng Hueng Sang
Visual Arts
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The article presents several lesson plans for visual arts education in fifth grade classrooms in Hong Kong, China regarding environmental pollution and plastic bags.

by Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield
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A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of transitioning from being an art teacher in an elementary school in the U.S. to teaching art at Kuwait University...

by Koon Hwee Kan
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rawn from Merleau-Ponty's embodiment theory and Vygotsky's sociocultural learning theory as conceptual framework, this research investigated how Singapore adolescent students accrued and...

by Jane Zheng
Visual Arts
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This article examines the transition of Chinese painting from literati painting, exclusive to the scholar-amateur or scholar elite--the backbone of the Chinese traditional culture--to a...

by Kazuhiro Ishizaki and Wenchun Wang
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We consider a framework of repertoires in art appreciation and suggest its relationship with learning in art appreciation of youth. An art writing programme was administered...

by Christopher Klopper and Bianca Power
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Arts education is an internationally recognized term referencing education through the arts. The term arts is seen to encompass different things in different contexts,...

by Linda Ashton
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In this article I combine a researcher voice (reflective practitioner, Schon 1983) with the neo-narrative reporting strategy of Stewart (1996) to blend and blur a research-teaching nexus...

by Hideshi Uda
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This article focuses on the activities of the Japanese art education group called Do no Kai, based in Osaka in the 1970s. Its activities were reportedly inspired by cultural...

by Cheung-On Tam
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This article reports on three cases of primary and secondary schoolteachers investigating their pupils' experiences of art from a phenomenological perspective. Using the three...

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