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Author Du, Xiangyun
Title Arts-Based Methods in Education Around the World
Imprint Aalborg : River Publishers, 2018
©2018
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Descript 1 online resource (316 pages)
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Series River Publishers Series in Innovation and Change in Education Ser
River Publishers Series in Innovation and Change in Education Ser
Note Front Cover -- Half Title Pages -- RIVER PUBLISHERS SERIES IN INNOVATION AND CHANGEIN EDUCATION - CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE -- Title Page - Arts-Based Methods in Education Around the World -- Copyright Pages -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 - Arts-Based Methods in Education -A Global Perspective -- 1.1 Learning and the Arts: A Long Journey -- 1.1.1 The Arts Are Good for Learning -- 1.1.2 The Arts in Society -- 1.1.3 Our Contribution -- References -- Chapter 2 - Artistry in Teaching: A Choreographic Approach to Studying the Performative Dimensions of Teaching -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Artistry in Teaching -- 2.3 Choreography as a Framework for Exploring Teaching -- 2.3.1 Data Collection -- 2.3.2 Embodied Method -- 2.4 A Day in the Life of the Classroom -- 2.4.1 Before the Class Begins -- 2.4.2 During the Class -- 2.4.3 Summary -- 2.5 The Choreography and the Dance: Curriculum Embodied -- 2.5.1 Scripting an Experience -- 2.5.2 Creating Experiences on the Fly -- 2.5.3 Structure Embodied -- 2.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3 - New and Different: Student Participation in Artist-School Partnerships1 -- 3.1 Something New in the State of Denmark -- 3.2 A Laboratory for the Arts and Culture -- 3.3 Partnership: What's in a Name? -- 3.4 The Arts Education Tradition -- 3.5 Methodology -- 3.6 Findings -- 3.7 "This Is Really Cool" -- 3.8 Different from School -- 3.9 Broader and Future Perspectives -- References -- Chapter 4 - Designing Activities for Teaching Music Improvisation in Preschools - Evaluating Outcomes and Tools -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Previous Literature -- 4.2.1 Understandings and Applications of Improvisation in Music -- 4.2.2 Existing Approaches in Improvisation Pedagogy -- 4.2.3 The Scottish Context for 3-18 Education
4.3 Theoretical and Methodological Tools -- 4.3.1 Activity Theory as an Analytical Framework -- 4.3.2 Research Questions -- 4.3.3 Novel Constructs -- 4.3.4 Methods -- 4.3.4.1 Study design -- 4.3.4.2 Data gathering and analysis -- 4.4 Results -- 4.4.1 Workshop Activity 1: Descriptive Improvisation -- 4.4.2 Tensions in Star Music -- 4.4.3 Workshop Activity 2: Free Improvisation -- 4.4.4 Tensions in Free Improvisation Activity -- 4.5 Discussion and Conclusions -- 4.5.1 What Was the Educational Outcome in My Improvisation Activities? -- 4.5.2 What Tools Were Used in Mediating These Outcomes? -- 4.5.3 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 5 - Revisiting Japanese Multimodal Drama Performance as Child-Centred Performance Ethnography: Picture-Mediated Reflection on 'Kamishibai' -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.1.1 Kamishibai as Performance Ethnography -- 5.1.2 Brief Sketch of Kamishibai -- 5.2 Materials and Methods -- 5.3 Results and Discussion -- 5.3.1 Collaborative Story-Making with Children's Drawn Pictures -- 5.3.2 Child-Initiated Kamishibai -- 5.4 Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 6 - The Accordion Book Project: Reflections on Learning and Teaching -- 6.1 Background -- 6.2 A Proposition -- 6.3 Research Questions -- 6.4 What Is Accordion Book Practice? -- 6.5 Core Idea #1: Mapping the Terrain: Exploring, Guiding and Getting Lost -- 6.5.1 Mapping -- 6.5.2 Getting Lost and Seeing Anew -- 6.6 Core Idea #2 Exchange as Art: What Happens in an Exchange? -- 6.6.1 Collaboration -- 6.6.2 Dialogue/Feedback -- 6.7 Core Idea #3 Things Talk to Me: Being Alert to What Grabs Me -- 6.7.1 Grabbiness -- 6.7.2 Revisiting Documentation -- 6.7.3 Unintentional, Intentional and Natural Grabbiness -- 6.7.4 Using Accordion Books to Capture the Dialogue -- 6.8 Core Idea #4: What Would an Artist Do? Teachers and Students as Contemporary Artists
6.8.1 Contemporary Art Practice/Pedagogic Practice/Accordion Book Practice: Challenges, Methods and Forms -- 6.9 Core Idea #5: Getting Out of My Own Way: Trusting the Process and Resisting Closure -- 6.9.1 How Do We Get Out of Our Own Way? -- 6.10 Pictures of Accordion Book Practice -- 6.10.1 Derek Fenner: Things Talk to Me, Exchange, What Would an Artist Do? -- 6.10.2 Caren Andrews: Mapping Terrains, Getting Out of My Own Way, Exchange -- 6.10.3 Devika G: Things Talk to Me, Mapping Terrains, Getting Out of My Own Way -- 6.11 Some Challenges to Accordion Book Methodologies -- 6.12 Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 7 - Practice-Based Reflections of Enabling Agency through Arts-Based Methodological Ir/Responsibility -- 7.1 Disrupting Positionality in Educational Research -- 7.1.1 The Possibilities for Methodological Ir/Responsibility -- 7.2 Methodology -- 7.3 Practice-Based Reflections on the Purposive Validity of Arts-Based Methods -- 7.3.1 Creating the Conditions to 'Listen' to Participants' Experiences in and of HE for Evaluation Purposes -- 7.3.2 Creating the Conditions for Participants to Author their Stories of HE -- 7.3.3 Concerns, Limitations and Improvement -- 7.4 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8 - Blind Running: 25 Pictures Per Page -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 9 - How Can Inspiration Be Encouraged in Art Learning? -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 A Brief Review of Psychological Studies on Inspiration -- 9.2.1 Psychological Model of Inspiration for Art-Making through Art Appreciation (ITA) -- 9.3 Factors That Promote Inspiration for Art-Making through Art Appreciation in Educational Settings -- 9.3.1 Interventions -- 9.4 An Example of Educational Practice for Promoting Inspiration -- 9.4.1 Changes in the Students with Each Educational Intervention -- 9.4.2 The 1st Intervention
9.4.3 The 2nd Intervention -- 9.4.4 Presentation -- 9.4.5 Changes in Students' Artistic Activities throughout the Course -- 9.5 Conclusion -- Acknowlegdements -- References -- Chapter 10 - What Are the Enabling and What Are the Constraining Aspects of the Subject of Drama in Icelandic Compulsory Education? -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Learning Through the Arts -- 10.2.1 Learning Through Drama -- 10.2.2 Drama in the Icelandic National Curriculum -- 10.3 Theoretical Perspective -- 10.3.1 The Practice Architectures -- 10.3.2 Feedback Loops and Dialectical Tensions -- 10.3.3 Data -- 10.4 Four Perspectives on the Implementation of a Drama Curriculum -- 10.5 The Intersubjective Spaces in the Drama Teaching Practice -- 10.5.1 The Importance of the Semantic Space -- 10.5.2 The Importance of Activity in Space-Time -- 10.5.3 The Importance of the Social Space: Relations, Solidarity and Power -- 10.5.4 Enabling Feedback Loops of the Practice Architectures in Drama Practice -- 10.5.5 Constraining Feedback Loops of the Practice Architectures in Drama Practice -- 10.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 11 - The Art of Co-Creating Arts-Based Possibility Spaces for Fostering STE(A)M Practices in Primary Education -- 11.1 Creating Possibility Spaces for STE(A)M in Primary Education -- 11.1.1 Introducing Art-Based Perceptual Ecology (ABPE) Methodology -- 11.1.2 Introducing the Installation 'With the Heart of a Child' -- 11.2 Analysis and Findings -- 11.2.1 Teachers' Experience of and Interaction with the Installation (First Exposure to the Installation and Artist-Led Participatory Teacher Workshop) -- 11.2.2 Children's Exposure to and Interaction with the Installation -- 11.2.3 Trans-Disciplinary Learning Spaces -- 11.2.4 Teacher-Led Didactic Formal Classroom Session -- 11.3 Concluding Discussion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Index -- About the Editors
About the Authors -- Back Cover
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