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Latest publications:
The Advantages and Disadvantages for Boys with the Postmodernist Shift in the Art Syllabus

Postmodernism has influenced the changes in the Visual Arts Curriculum in Western Australian Secondary School. This has not resulted in increased participation and better outcomes for boys.

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Published Online: September 30

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Composing, Performing, and Reflecting: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

This paper highlights the opportunity and challenges of music composition and performance as a group assessment task within a core unit in the Bachelor of Primary education program.

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Published Online: August 4, 2016

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Supervising Visual Arts Students with Mental Health Issues: Actualising a Duty of Care

This article offers a discussion of the pedagogical implications of working with visual arts students who manage mental health conditions.

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Published Online: August 2, 2016

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Andragogy and Theatre Directing: Teaching Directing Students Not to be Students

Applying andragogy theory to a class of directing students encourages them to study, explore, and learn from doing by themselves.

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Published Online: June 28, 2016

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New Collaboration Forms in Site-specific Blended Courses Abroad: Lessons Learned in the ADRIART.net Curriculum Development Project

The intensive site-specific courses of the international ADRIART.net curriculum-development project brought about new collaboration forms and valuable lessons about course design, its interdisciplinarity, feedback and the involvement of local stakeholders.

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Published Online: May 19, 2016

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Mums Not the Word: Emergent English Language Learners' Theater Practice

Multilingualism is an intellectual strength. Classroom use of theatrical techniques has been shown to augment key components of language learning.

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Published Online: May 19, 2016

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Meeting the Needs of the On-Demand Generation: Bringing Twenty-First Century Technology into the College Arts Classroom

How do we better connect with the "on-demand" generation in the college arts classroom? This paper proposes ways to more fully engage students by integrating digital tools into our curricula.

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Published Online: May 19, 2016

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The Choreography of the Museum Experience: Visitors’ Designs for Learning

This paper acknowledges the multimodal and social nature of the museum experience and, through audio-visual data, argues that visitors design their own learning, redesigning the stories told by the curators.

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Published Online: May 19, 2016

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Indigenous Communities Plus ELL Students Plus Pre-Service Teacher Education Equals Creating Change through Place Based Education

Two teacher art education programs explored place-based education and implications for social change within public schools. One program worked with ELL students and the other worked with Indigenous communities.

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Published Online: April 4, 2016

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Museums, Art, and Learning between Cultures: Questions, Opportunities, and Pathways for Aesthetic, Inter-cultural, and Museum-situated Learning

This paper explores the ways both constructivist and contextualised pedagogies employed in museum-situated aesthetic learning experiences can enhance learning between cultures.

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Published Online: April 4, 2016

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