Creativity and The Arts in Education

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Creativity and The Arts in Education : 

Creativity and The Arts in Education EDUC1704 – Slidecast – Assignment 1 Due Date - 1st April 2010 Created by Madeleine Harding – s4229432

Creativity and The Arts in Education : 

Creativity and The Arts in Education According to O’Toole (2009, p. 4) the study of The the arts ‘are, should be, central to the primary school curriculum, because they help young people to make sense of the world, to communicate in diverse ways with other people, and to be creative.’

What is meant by creativity in the arts? : 

What is meant by creativity in the arts?

How and why is creativity important to learning and to teaching? : 

How and why is creativity important to learning and to teaching?

What role can the arts play in learning and development : 

What role can the arts play in learning and development Positive implication on both children’s learning and development. Develops creative and imaginative thinkers Enables convergent and divergent thinking to encourage children to see multiple solutions to problems.

What kinds of learning and development can take place when we engage in the arts? : 

What kinds of learning and development can take place when we engage in the arts? A curriculum rich in arts can enhance literacy levels by 24% and increase numeracy levels and mathematical ability by 6% (O’Brien, 2010)

The Arts enhances higher order thinking in children : 

The Arts enhances higher order thinking in children

Teaching in the Arts : 

Teaching in the Arts Engagement in and through Arts enhances children's; Learning Development Aesthetic Experiences Senses

Aesthetics in Teaching : 

Aesthetics in Teaching According to (Sinclair, Jeanneret & O’Toole. 2009) aesthetic experience is regarded as ‘Sensuous knowledge... Not purely and exclusively a state or condition of the senses, but a way in which, through our senses, we come to know the world more fully’

How might teachers approach teaching The Arts in schools? : 

How might teachers approach teaching The Arts in schools? Teachers can approach The Arts in schools by implementing various art forms into classrooms;

Arts Education as Intercultural and Social Dialogue : 

Arts Education as Intercultural and Social Dialogue

Multi-literacies and the Arts : 

Multi-literacies and the Arts

What is the potential of the arts for our schools and our teaching practice? : 

What is the potential of the arts for our schools and our teaching practice? ‘The arts are a rich way to teach, or help in teaching, right across the curriculum.’ as stated by

How can Parents, caregivers and community members support the place of the arts in education? : 

How can Parents, caregivers and community members support the place of the arts in education?

Conclusion : 

Conclusion

Acknowledgements : 

Acknowledgements Music: Colours of the Wind, Composed by Alan Menken

REFERENCES USED : 

REFERENCES USED Brown et al, (2009). Teaching Through the Arts. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J, O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 231-256). Australia: Oxford University Press. Brown et al, (2009). Valuing the Visual Arts. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J, O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 131-159). Australia: Oxford University Press. Donelan, K., (2009). Arts Education as Intercultural and Social Dialogue. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J. O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 22-28). Australia: Oxford University Press. Jeanneret, N., (2009) Learning in the Arts. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J, O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 13-21). Australia: Oxford University Press. O’Brien , M. (2010). Week two: Education and Creativity [PowerPoint slides]. Unpublished manuscript, EDUC1704, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia O’Toole, J., (2009). Art, Creativity, and Motivation. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J, O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 3-12). Australia: Oxford University Press. O’Toole, J., (2009). Multi-literacies and the Arts. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J, O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 29-40). Australia: Oxford University Press. Sinclair et al, (2009). Drama: Social Dreaming in the Twenty-first Century. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J, O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 65-100). Australia: Oxford University Press. Sinclair, C., (2009). Teaching for the Aesthetic, Teaching as Aesthetic. In C. Sinclair, N. Jeanneret & J, O’Toole (Eds.), Education in the arts (pp. 41-53). Australia: Oxford University Press.

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