In this subject the students will be introduced to the concepts and ideas that underpin the Key Learning Area of the Creative Arts, which includes the four artforms of dance, drama, visual arts and music. The students will acquire knowledge, skills and experience and develop appropriate strategies for planning, programming and teaching art, music, dance and drama curricula in schools. The students will experience the materials and subject matter of the four artforms and develop skills in their use.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2019.
Faculty of Arts and Education
- Devising and facilitating a sequence of learning experiences, using stage appropriate models of pedagogy, repertoire and assessment - Understanding arts learning by examining the theories of Piaget, Vygotsky, Erikson, Gardner - Understanding and applying the concepts, philosophy and perspectives underpinning the Creative Arts Curriculum which encourage inclusive practices and cultural awareness and sensitivity. - Integrating outcomes from a range of KLAs into combined activities. - Managing practical classroom activities in a safe and appropriate way. - Critical reflection on their own creative work and the work of others through assessment strategies. - Concepts in Dance, Drama, Music and Visual Arts including making and appreciating, performing, organising sound and listening in a range of contexts - Identifying activities to encourage K-6 students in: *performing, composing and appreciating in dance; *making, performing and appreciating in drama with a focus on improvisation, play-building and scripted drama; *performing, listening and organising sound that provides a continuous sequential development of music; *art-making and appreciating in visual arts practices through the development of skills and ideas.
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The information contained in the 2019 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.