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Latest publications:
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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Insights into an Artistic Practice through Self-Reflection

This is an inquiry into an artistic practice, contextualised on Moon’s theory of self-reflection and prompted by Bergson’s process philosophy, that suggests a contribution to learning methods in art education.

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Published Online: February 5, 2016

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