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

by Sharon Hogan and Kylie Readman
Drama
Journal Article
This paper applies an action research lens to two approaches to large scale performance projects for young people: XL-D (2001) and XL-D Express (2003), both produced in Brisbane by Drama Queensland....
by Susan Davis
Drama
Journal Article
What is cyberdrama and how can one create drama to be experienced through a fully mediated form on the Internet? This was one of the questions that underpinned the process for creating the cyberdrama...
by Jane Bird
Drama
Journal Article
This article reports on the experiences of two teachers as they prepare their classes for the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) solo performance examination. The VCE Drama course culminates in...
by Helen Cahill
Drama
Journal Article
This article reviews findings from inter-disciplinary research into a range of sensitive social health issues and discusses the implications for drama educators when they set out to counter the...
by Helen Cahill
Drama
Journal Article
This article discusses the drama workshop as a site for conducting participatory action research in a project in which students and teachers workshop together to envisage and enact the social...
by Joanne O'Mara
Drama
Journal Article
This paper considers two different methodological approaches to 'capturing' and analysing reflection-in-action in process drama teaching. Reflection-in-action, the 'thinking on your feet' that drama...
by Prue Wales
Drama
Journal Article
This paper outlines the development and processes of the exciting and relatively new sociological methodology collective memory-work pioneered by Frigga Haug and her associates during the 1980s. It...
by David Wright
Drama
Journal Article
Constructivism is an interpretive approach that emphasises the 'meaning- making activity of the individual mind'. It is of particular relevance to drama education because learning in drama is based...
by Lynn Everett
Drama
Journal Article
This article explores Jacques Lecoq's pedagogy of theatre training and considers its usefulness as an approach for secondary school drama teachers. Lecoq's principles and practice can be successfully...
by Sue Davis
Drama
Journal Article
Twenty-one years ago Brad Haseman and John O'Toole sought to provide drama educators and their students with a book and a framework that clearly identified the key building blocks for the artform of...
by Naoko Araki-Metcalfe
Drama
Journal Article
Educational Drama as a teaching and learning methodology is already widely in use and well accepted by Australian teachers and students. This paper reports on a study in which the author investigated...
by Madonna Stinson
Drama
Journal Article
This article discusses Design Experiment research methodology and outlines its potential for drama research. The application of this methodology is illustrated through its use in a particular...
by Richard Sallis
Drama
Journal Article
This article maps, analyses and evaluates the processes involved in the formation of an ethnographic performance as part of an educational ethnography. It discusses the ways in which an ethnographic...
by Anita Ng Heung Sang
Visual Arts
Journal Article
This study investigated benefits for pre-service teachers of participating in a community art education project called ‘A Street in Hong Kong’. The study was part of a collaborative project...

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