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

by Ivy I-chu Chang
Drama
Journal Article
Taiwan, the epicentre of the earthquake, to assist the survivors. In this article, I will focus on the therapeutic workshops of the Truth Good Beauty Human Potential Centre (TGB), which held...
by Janinka Greenwood
Drama
Journal Article
When two cultures meet within one national identity, their interaction invites accommodations, contestations and transformations of consciousness. Bhabha calls this dynamic and evolving interaction ‘...
by Allan Owens
Drama
Journal Article
The subject of the research is given as translating and understanding in intercultural applied drama contexts. The study draws on a range of theoretical traditions to address the issues of ‘...
by Noboru Takayama
Drama
Journal Article
In the background of this study there are two serious problems in recent Japanese society. One of the issues is students' refusal to go to school and the other is the increase of 'Neet.' This study...
by Mariko Yoshida
Drama
Journal Article
The purpose of this study was to explore the use of drama in a Japanese college EFL reading classroom in order to see how it might help develop students' English language use and deepen their...
by Wong Kit Mei, Betty
Others
Journal Article
This paper examines the field of art education for young children in Hong Kong with a focus on the curriculum policy. A number of researchers have found that effects of cultures on the conceptions...
by Lau Wing Chi, Margaret
Music
Journal Article
The ability to develop social relationships with peers has long been regarded as one of the most important development tasks of childhood. The acquisition of social skills is very significant during...
by Yu-sien Lin
Drama
Journal Article
When drama was included in the curriculum in Taiwan for the first time as the result of recent educational reform, drama in education (DIE) gained more attention and was widely introduced to teachers...
by Sandra S. Y. Young and Marina W. Y. Wong
Music
Journal Article
This study aims to explore whether the instructional strategy of music listening with self-referenced formative assessment can be a useful learning tool for students of a secondary school in Hong...
by Deirdre Russell-Bowie
Others
Journal Article
This case study documents how children from a state primary school in New South Wales, Australia, were given the opportunity to explore how they could learn different artforms and, as a result,...
by Manny Brand
Music
Journal Article
Is karaoke just a silly bar activity practiced by normally serious Asian businessmen - a way to let down their hair while drinking and singing at their local bar?  In spite of karaoke’s image as...
by Kaoruko Sakata-Yamashita
Music
Journal Article
The aim of this paper is to represent the formative process of musical imagery by means of an analysis of the stumbling points in piano lessons. It consists of three parts. First, a framework for...
by Deirdre Russell-Bowie, Alexander See-shing Yeung and Rachel Yuk Hung Hon
Music
Journal Article
A set of instructional materials was developed and assessed in connection with a 20th century music education curriculum project designed for use by Hong Kong music teachers. Initially the concept of...
by Kay Hartwig and Irene Bartlett
Music
Journal Article
In a number of published studies on voice disorders, teachers and singers emerge as sub-populations most at special risk. Teachers have been identified as professional voice users and teaching as the...
by Peter Whiteman
Music
Journal Article
The purpose of the study was to explore the notion and place of singing in young children's emerging musical cultures.  Participants were 50 Indigenous and non-Indigenous children aged 3-8 years...
by Ryan Daniel
Music
Journal Article
In the Australian higher education context, the lecture is traditionally adopted as the principal mode of delivery for learning and teaching across the majority of academic areas. While the study of...
by Kathryn Marsh and Young-Youn Kim
Music
Journal Article
Although considerable attention has been devoted to the musical development of school aged children in the classroom, until recently studies which investigate the place of informal music education in...
by Ji Hyun Park
Music
Journal Article
This study examined the effects of various predictors on engaging in and persisting with activities of instrumental music as a turning point for instrumental tuition in Korea and whether instrumental...
by David Hebert
Music
Journal Article
This paper introduces the first international panel on patriotism in music education, presented at the Fifth Asia-Pacific Symposium for Music Education Research (Seattle, 2005), with representatives...
by Dawn Joseph and Jane Southcott
Music
Journal Article
Luckman (1996) defines experiential education as a “process through which a learner constructs knowledge, skill and value from direct experience” (p. 7). The core of such learning is practical...

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