ISBN-10:
1402063865
ISBN-13:
9781402063862
Pub. Date:
07/11/2008
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Educating in the Arts: The Asian Experience: Twenty-Four Essays / Edition 1

Educating in the Arts: The Asian Experience: Twenty-Four Essays / Edition 1

by Lindy Joubert

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ISBN-13: 9781402063862
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 07/11/2008
Series: Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects , #11
Edition description: 2008
Pages: 358
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Contributors. Acknowledgements. Preface.-

SECTION ONE INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEWS.
1 Lindy Joubert: Introduction. 2 Alison Carroll: Masters and Pupils: the Rise of the Modern Art School in Asia. 3 Vibeke Jensen and George Attig: Art FOR Education: The Role of Art in Promoting a Good Quality, Basic Education for Children in Asia.-

SECTION TWO ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAMMES: IRAN, HONG KONG, CAMBODIA.-
4 Mahmoud Mehrmohammad:i Arts Education in Iran: Reclaiming the Lost Ground. 5 Jane Cheung: The Arts-in-Education Programme: Towards Effective Learning Through Partnership. 6 Sam-Ang Sam: Arts Education in Cambodia: Its Social, Moral, and Economic Impact.-

SECTION THREE THE ARTS, THE GALLERY AND THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE: JAPAN/AUSTRALIA, KYRGYZSTAN AND THAILAND.-
7 Chiaki Ajiok: Representation of Japanese art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). 8 Emil Nasritdinov: Mountains in the Evolution of Visual Arts in Kyrgyzstan. 9 Vichoke Mukdamanee: Development of Contemporary Art in Thailand.-

SECTION FOUR CREATIVITY AND EXPRESSION IN THE DIGITAL AGE – SINGAPORE AND JAPAN.
10 Minming Cheng: Information Technology, Art Education, and Creativity in Singapore. 11 Nanako Ishido and Ichiya Nakamura: The Power of Creation and Expression in Digital-Age Children.-

SECTION FIVE THE ARTS, EDUCATION AND THE COMMUNITY: UZBEKISTAN, HONG KONG, THAILAND/CHINA, THE PHILLIPINES.
12 Akbar Khakimov: Art Education in Uzbekistan. 13 Darwin Chen: To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield: Arts Education in Hong Kong: A Model of Persistence. 14 Lindy Joubert: Sustainable Education for Sustaining Communities – the Arts Integrated Curriculum. Two Case studies, China and Thailand. 15 Brenda Fajardo: New and Varied Initiatives in Arts Education for Cultural Development in Philippine Society.-

SECTION SIX MUSIC PROGRAMMES FOR EDUCATION, MULTI-CULTURALISM AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: JAPAN, MALAYSIA, SRI LANKA AND KOREA.-
16 Tatsuko Takizawa: Crossroads for Cultural Education Through Music: Recent Developments of School Music in Japan. 17 Robert Smith: Symphony and Sa Re Ga– Preparing a pre-service music education training programme for Sri Lanka. 18 Tan Sooi Beng: Traditional Music and Multiculturalism in Malaysian Education: Approaches in Music Appreciation Classes. 19 Ki-Beom Jang: Layers of Thought on Korean Music, Music Education and the Value of Music and Arts in the Context of Education and Human Development.-

SECTION SEVEN THEATRE, DANCE AND THE HOLISTIC EXPERIENCE: INDIA, HONG KONG AND MALAYSIA.
20 Sangeeta Isvaran Rasa: A Life Skill. 21 Joseph Gonzales: Tertiary Dance Education in Malaysia. 22 Subodh Patnaik: Theatre and education: a different interpretation for India. 23 Yuewai Wong: The Black Box exercise – an arts education model from Hong Kong.- conclusion. 24 Lindy Joubert: Multi-disciplinary Arts - A New Beginning.

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