Delivering Authentic Arts Education With Student Resource Access 12 Months
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|Format:||Mixed media product, 360 pages|
|Published In: ||Australia, 29 September 2010|
Delivering Authentic Arts Education outlines the nature of arts education and the importance it plays in the curriculum. Each chapter discusses how to recognise and build on your existing artistic abilities and skills, to encourage student creativity and vital principles of planning and assessment.
Table of Contents
Introduction Is this text for you? How this book is organised Acknowledgements About the author Part one: The ABC of arts education 1. Putting you in the picture the context and rationale for arts education 2. The features of authentic arts education 3. Being an effective teacher in the arts 4. Planning for authentic arts learning 5. Children at the centre Part two: Teaching in the arts 6. Visual arts 7. Drama 8. Music 9. Dance 10. Media Part three: Units of inquiry Sample lesson plan +topic: Contrast Cultural references Supporting material References Glossary Index
About the Author
Dr Judith Dinham is Co-ordinator of Primary Arts Curriculum Studies at Curtin University and holds a similar position at the University of Notre Dame, Freemantle. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University. Dr Dinham has held senior university teaching and leadership positions in arts education and artists' education over a number of decades. In addition to her academic career, Dr Dinham is a practicing visual artist and has been the curator of a major public art collection and an exhibition curator; she also has a background in music, dance and media.
|Publisher: ||Cengage Learning Australia|
|Dimensions: ||27.0 x 21.0 x 2.0 centimeters (0.90 kg)|