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

by Sondra Wieland Howe
Music
Journal Article
When Luther Whiting Mason arrived in Japan in 1880, he was impressed with the kindergarten in Tokyo. How was this kindergarten established? What were the influences of German and American educators...
by Daniel Chun-hoi Ng
Music
Journal Article
This paper focuses on the life stories of three Chaozhou xianshi musicians who were born in China between the 1920s and 1930s. It aims to examine how the musicians’ early involvements and aesthetic...
by Robert Walker
Music
Journal Article
As globalisation evolves, and especially as symbiosis develops between Asia and western countries in education, there is need to examine issues in music education in a critical approach which...
by Sam Leong
Music
Journal Article
Many musical instruments have been invented over the past centuries without the input of expert music educators and pedagogues. Designs of musical instruments have largely been limited by the...
by Jiaxing Xie
Music
Journal Article
Reform on music and arts curriculum in China's (mainland) schools is carried out with the reform of China's basic education courses. It is closely related to the reform of China's school education...
by Amanda Watson, David Forrest and Neryl Jeanneret
Music
Journal Article
In 2002, the Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) commenced discussions about the development of professional standards for Australian Music Educators. Although most Australian States and...
by Marjory Ebbeck and Komala Angappan Pannerselvam
Drama
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Story dramatisation is identified as one of the expressive arts that is concerned with children’s inner imaginative thought and their spontaneous dramatic action in creative ways (Courtney, 1980;...
by Nita Temmerman
Music
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A major issue emerging from the research and debate concerning quality in higher education has been an emphasis on the value of the acquisition of generic skills by undergraduate students, as...
by Marjory Ebbeck and Janet McDowall
Others
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This paper documents a research study conducted in a large primary school in South Australia over a period of eighteen months in which teacher and university mentors collaborated on an arts research...
by Judith Elizabeth Brown
Journal Article
This paper is a reflection on the factors affecting the way some students learn in the area of tap dance at a tertiary level. Through interviews, students are asked to reflect on their learning...
by Manny Brand
Music
Journal Article
The Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research (APSMER) serves to promote music education research, disseminate research findings, and encourage academic exchange in the Asia-Pacific Region....
by Elizabeth Bedford
Visual Arts
Journal Article
Research in the area of gallery education indicates that whereas gallery educators twenty years ago felt obliged to analyse and explain artworks for viewers, gallery educators today see the viewer as...
by Stephanie MacMahon and Sam Leong
Music
Journal Article
In the context of a funding crisis experienced by government schools in Australia, this paper examines the key issues pertinent to funding music and the arts in Australian schools. Through an...
by Chi Cheung Leung and Ruth Yu-Wu
Music
Journal Article
At the beginning of the third millennium, education reforms come to a forefront in both China and Hong Kong. The two regions had undergone different political systems in the past: various parts of...
by Manny Brand and Steven A. Beebe
Music
Journal Article
This study approaches performance anxiety from cultural and gender perspectives.  In general, cultural context has been ignored in the research of music performance anxiety, and there are...
by Anne S.H. LAM
Visual Arts
Journal Article
In this evaluation exercise, I would like to explore the effectiveness of various regular public programs provided by local art-related museums in terms of its educational values and methodologies....
by Amanda Watson
Others
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This paper details the development of the Australian Arts Statement and Profile throughout 1992 and 1993.  The Arts Statement and Profile, along with a Statement and Profile for each of the...
by Gary S. Watson and Peter Dunbar-Hall
Music
Journal Article
Increasing research interaction between ethnomusicology and music education is used in this article as the context for a study of two community based music groups in Sydney (Australia). Despite...
by Tam Cheung On, Thomas
Visual Arts
Journal Article
Besides being held responsible to collect, preserve, research, and organize valuable objects, museums have been entrusted with one more important function: to induce the enjoyment of these objects....
by Marina W. Y. Wong
Music
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This is a cross-cultural comparative educational study about music lessons in elementary schools of western and Chinese societies of the Pacific Rim (Vancouver and Hong Kong). The purpose of this...

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