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

by Chang Mei-Yen
Others
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Because research into elementary schooling has shown that Taiwanese students do not have much insight into their surroundings and their knowledge of Taiwanese traditions is limited, I...

by Mok On Nei Annie
Music
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This qualitative study presents a group of five diasporic Chinese xianshi musicians in Hong Kong as an example, illustrating how they learnt and value their music throughout their lives,...

by Susanne Garvis and Donna Pendergast
Others
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This paper examines and reports on beginning generalist teacher self-efficacy, which Bandura (1997) suggests plays an important part in student outcomes. In 2008, 201 beginning generalist teachers...

by Haris, Muhammad Huzaifah; Tan, Veronica, L.S. and Parada Raju, Vanitha
Drama
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This study is based on the Learning Through The Arts (LTTA) programme in Calgary, Canada. LTTA components are curriculum infusion across subject disciplines, teacher development and in-class sessions...
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Music
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This study seeks to investigate the effect of familiarity, age, gender,ethnicity, and academic group as well as their interactions on the musical preferences of secondary and post-secondary students...
by Chen-Hafteck, Lily
Music
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Examines how young children sing Cantonese songs with different pitch relationships between text and melody. Texts of diatonic songs; Differences in overall pitch accuracy; Exhibitions of...

by Wai Chung Ho
Music
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Examines the implementation of civic education in the secondary music education in Hong Kong during 1980s and 1990s. Struggles between political idealogy and civic education in the music education...
by Pitts, Stephanie and Davidson, Jane
Music
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The importance of practise is self-evident to instrumental teachers and parents, who will put considerable energy into ensuring that pupils work between lessons to maintain progress on their...
by Dunbar-Hall, Peter
Music
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This article addresses the debate over the suitability of either a universalist or pluralist approach for the teaching of music. The method of doing this is to analyse pedagogic strategies found in...
by Shehan Campbell, Patricia
Music
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The study of transmission, the delivery and acquisition (or teaching and learning) of music, is a cross-cultural phenomenon that is of increasing interest and importance to music teachers who strive...
by Chung Ho, Wai
Music
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The particular focus of this paper is on the nature and impact of quantitative and qualitative transformations to university education in Hong Kong and how these have affected the current growth of...
by Burnard, Pamela and Younker, Betty Anne
Music
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Despite the inclusion of composition in music curricula in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia, understanding the role of creativity in composing in schools remains a fragmented and difficult issue....
by LEUNG, CHI CHEUNG
Music
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This study highlights the importance of extra-curricular activities to students' development. It reviews the phenomenon of extra-curricular activities in different countries and in Hong Kong, and...
by Brand, Manny
Music
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Self-esteem is often cited as an important personal competency for teachers. However, most self-esteem research, particularly within teacher education and music teacher education, is framed...
by Mang, Esther
Music
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Musical creativity during early childhood is readily exemplified in vocal behaviours. This paper is a discussion of observations on children's performance of learned songs and self-generated songs....
by Ballantyne, Julie and Packer, Jan
Music
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The quality of teaching in schools is directly linked to the quality of preservice preparation that teachers receive. This is particularly important in the area of music teacher education, given the...
by Ho, Wai-Chung and Law, Wing-Wah
Music
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This article examines the complexity of the education of values in the People's Republic of China (PRC) since the beginning of the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). It attempts to provide an insight...
by Chen, Simy Meng-Yu and Howard, Robert W.
Music
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Why do musicians specialize in the specific instruments that they do? Research has shown effects of such factors as the perceived masculinity/femininity of instruments and musician's personality...

by Daniel, Ryan
Music
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This article outlines the rationale for and development of a small group piano teaching approach for application in the higher education environment. The influences on and the rationale for current...
by Wai-Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law
Music
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The results of this paper are drawn from interviews with the school principal and the music teacher of a secondary school in Shanghai, China, together with an analysis of 24 seventh-grade students’...

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