Teaching the Arts with VitalSource, 3e
David Roy, William Baker, Amy Hamilton
Teaching the Arts: Early Childhood and Primary Education foregrounds the importance of arts education to children’s development and learning while connecting each arts area to the Australian Curriculum. The third edition provides comprehensive coverage and an exciting introduction to arts education in Australia, with updated content and new, interactive features. The book covers the key areas of dance, drama, media arts, music and visual arts, full of teacher tips, spotlights on arts education, and downloadable lesson plans. This new edition includes interactive eBook content such as interactive questions and answers throughout each chapter, example videos of arts activities accompanying lesson plans and teacher tips, and weblinks to further content to support students in their learning This book is a vital resource for all pre-service early childhood and primary teachers, emphasising the fundamental nature of the arts in schools.
Offers accessible and exciting introduction to teaching the arts in an early years and primary school context
Uses the Australian Curriculum and Early Years Learning Framework to structure discussions of the individual arts disciplines, cross-curricula priorities, and general capabilities
This edition's eBook now includes interactive VitalSource elements such as interactive questions and answers, links to videos of arts activities, over thirty downloadable lesson plans, and links to online resources
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David Roy, William Baker and Amy Hamilton
David Roy is Lecturer in Arts Education at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales. William Baker is Lecturer in Arts Education at the University of Tasmania. Amy Hamilton is Associate Professor in Visual Arts and Arts Education at Flinders University of South Australia.
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