Primary arts - art, music, dance and drama - is gaining recognition as a subject, and support in the value it offers primary children. This text examines the problems and opportunities, faced by educators, resulting from recent educational reforms and the implementation of the National Curriculum.
Drama in the primary curriculum - a critical approach, David Coslett; implications of the National Curriculum for the Arts in pre-school education, David Evans; primary arts education in a postmodern world, Rod Mackenzie; multicultural issues in primary arts education, Mark Halstead; the significance of the generalist approach in primary arts education, David Holt; the readiness of primary schools to teach National Curriculum art, Bob Clement; children's writing and drawing, John Gulliver; understandings and attitudes of BEd art candidates, Marion Friend and David Holt; supporting the generalist teacher of art - a case study, Wendy Jones; using IT in the teaching of primary music, Will McBurnie; National Curriculum dance education in the primary school, Janvrin Moore.
Primary Arts Education: Contemporary Issues by Edited by David Holt
Edited by David Holt
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