Something old, something new, something borrowed but certainly not blue!
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In this final chapter we bring together three vignettes that look at the various ways arts education knowledge has been embodied in practice. The vignettes are explored in a holistic way, providing consideration to a broad range of multidisciplinary aspects of arts education. Each of the vignettes uses old knowledge, new knowledge and borrowed knowledge to help inform the implementation of the arts. As we read these stories we are able to reflect on the future practice of arts education in school classrooms and be inspired to tap into the potential.
Tapping into classroom practice of the arts: from inside out
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Creative Arts, Media and Communication Curriculum and Pedagogy