|aArts-based methods in education around the world / |ceditors, Tatiana Chemi, Xiangyun Du.
|aGistrup, Denmark : |bRiver Publishers, |cc2017.
|axix, 294 p. : |bill. (some col.) ; |c24 cm.
|aRiver Publishers series in innovation and change in education - cross-cultural perspective
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|gList of contributors --|gList of figures --|gList of tables --|gList of abbreviations --|tArts-based methods in education- a global perspective /|rTatiana Chemi,|rXiangyn Du --|tArtistry in teaching: a choreographic approach to studying the performative dimensions of teaching /|rKimber Andrews --|tNew and different: student participation in artist-school partnerships /|rTatiana Chemi --|tDesigning activities for teaching music improvisation in preschools- evaluating outcomes and tools /|rUna MacGlone --|tRevisiting Japanese multimodal drama performance as child- centered performance ethnography: picture-mediated reflection on 'Kamishibai' /|rHiroaki Ishiguro --|tThe accordion book project: reflections on learning and teaching /|rTodd Elkin,|rArzu Mistry --|tPractice-based reflections of enabling agency through arts-based methodological ir/responsibility /|rDina Zoe Belluigi --|tBlind running: 25 pictures per page /|rAlison Laurie Neilson,|rAndrewa Inocêncio,|rRita São Marcos,|rRodrigo Lacerda,|rMaria Simões,|rSimone Longo de Andrade,|rRigel Lazo Cantú,|rNayla Naoufal,|rMaja Maksimovic,|rMargarida Augusto --|tHow can inspiration be encouraged in art learning? /|rChiaki Ishiguro,|rTakeshi Okada --|tWhat are the enabling and what are the constraining aspects of the subject of drama in Icelandic compulsory education? /|rRannveig Björk Thorkelsdóttir --|tThe art of co-creating arts-based possibility spaces for fostering STE(A)M practices in primary education /|rPamela Burnard,|rTatjana Dragovic,|rSusanne Jasilek,|rJames Biddulph,|rLuke Rolls,|rAimee Durning,|rKristóf Fenyvesi --|gIndex --|gAbout the editors --|gAbout the authors.
|aArt in education.
|aRiver Publishers series in innovation and change in education.
Arts-Based Methods in Education Around the World investigates arts-based encounters in educational settings in response to a global need for studies that connect the cultural, inter-cultural, cross-cultural, and global elements of arts-based methods in education. In this extraordinary collection, contributions are collected from experts all over the world and involve a multiplicity of arts genres and traditions. These contributions bring together diverse cultural and educational perspectives and include a large variety of artistic genres and research methodologies.The topics covered in the book range from policies to pedagogies, from social impact to philosophical conceptualizations. They are informative on specific topics, but also offer a clear monitoring of the ways in which the general attention to the arts in education evolves through time.Topics include: arts-based education, artistry in teaching, art performance, drama, inspiration, reflection, student participation, culture, arts, and creativity.