- Arts as forms of praxis, meaning making and cultural expression; Introduction to Drama
- Authentic arts experiences - Making & Responding: Exploration of the elements of Drama
- Narrative and self-concept - Story telling in Drama
- Arts responding in the Drama context
- The role of reflection and review in arts learning.
- Developing literacy in Dance and Music.
- Fostering creativity and self-expression through Music - composing and performing.
- Kinaesthetic knowing explored through Dance - choreagraphing and performing
- Critical review of a dance
- Singing and its cultural significance in different historical and cultural contexts including Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander cultures
- The Arts as ways of knowing for all children: Dance and diversity
- Web links
- Embedded Multimedia
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Audio-Video streaming
- Online Assessment
- Resources and Links
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
No special requirements
This subject was previously known as EDC161 Performing Arts for Educators.
This is the first of two Arts Education subjects. It introduces The Arts Learning Area subjects of Dance, Drama and Music and positions The Arts in a cultural context. The value and role of The Arts in children’s developmental growth and education is elucidated. The centrality of inquiry-based and praxis-led learning in dance, drama and music, that emphasizes creative thinking, self-expression, meaning-making and communicating ideas, is explored. Performing-arts praxis, reflection and appreciation activities provide experiential learning opportunities designed to promote personal confidence, arts literacy and presentation and communication skills in the performing arts – and for teaching. Within a lifelong learning framework, direct experience and personal investment in arts learning is intended to develop content knowledge.
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- Drama Making & Responding plus Learning ReflectionPort (40%)
- Music Making & Responding Dance Making & Responding plus Learning Reflection (60%)
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Textbook information is pending.