Articles (PDF document format)

Volume 19 2020

Vol 19 No 1:

Joseph Agassi

Piano Pedagogy as a Test Case*

Vol 19 No 2:

Yuki Morijiri

Impact of Creative Music Making and Improvisational Approaches for Non-Music Specialists: A Case Study in Teacher Education in Japan

Volume 18 2019

Vol 18 No 1:

Surasi Chanoksakul
Joseph L. Bowman


Curriculum Plan for Orchestral Trumpet Studies for Thailand's Undergraduate Music Students


Vol 18 No 2:

Prof. Ryan Daniel


Artists, identity, place: implications for higher education


Volume 17 2018

Vol 17 No 1:

Dr Kristina Kelman
Ms Sophie Loades
Professor Andy Arthurs


Preparing Students for Meaningful Entrepreneurial Careers:
Two Australian Case Studies


Vol 17 No 2:

Dr. Marina W. Y. Wong


Music Learning Outcomes and Music Teachers' Expectations:
Trialing an Adapted Music Curriculum for Students Aged 15-18 with Intellectual Disabilities in Hong Kong


Vol 17 No 3:

Prof. Lee-Chen Chen


Colorful Animals Party: A Study on the Design Concept and Effectiveness of Preschool Color Teaching Aids


Vol 17 No 4:

Kit Mei Betty Wong
Barbara Piscitelli


Learning about Culture: Young Children Exploring Heritage in a Museum


Volume 16 2017

Vol 16 No 1:

Angela Hao-Chun Lee, Ting-Wen Ko

Discovering Children's Understanding of, and Engagement with, Music through Drawing



Vol 16 No 2:

Kit Mei Betty Wong

Barbara Piscitelli


New Audiences for Art: Lessons from Visits of Young Children to
the Hong Kong Museum of Art


Vol 16 No 3:

Kim-ping Yim

Implementing "Care for Others" in the Hong Kong Arts Education Curriculum Guide (Primary 1 - Secondary 6): Prospects and Directions


Volume 15 2016

Vol 15 No 1:

Samuel Leong, Josephine Do, Yang He

Mobile Public Arts Spaces and Social Capital Building: A Hong Kong Perspective



Jill Smith


How European Art Teachers in New Zealand Are Enabling Asian and Pasifika Students to Tell Their Stories Through Visual Arts


Volume 14 2015

Vol 14 No 1:
Robyn Gibson, Josephine Fleming, Michael Anderson, Andrew Martin, David Sudmalis


Testing Times for the Arts

Vol 14 No 2:
Wing-Tai (Bobby) Hung, Jill Smith


Visual culture and art making in tertiary art schools: A 'snapshot' from Hong Kong and New Zealand

Vol 14 No 3:
Adrian Wong Foo Aik


Internalizing the ephemeral - Impact of process dramas on teachers' beliefs about drama education

Vol 14 No 4:
Chung Yim Lau


Senior Secondary Art Appreciation and Criticism and Students with Intellectual Disabilities: A Perfect Marriage or Not?

Vol 14 No 5:
Kim-ping Yim


Exploring the Affective Impact of War Photographs on Students' Moral and Intellectual Development



Volume 13 2014

Vol 13 No 1:
Ian Bowell


Participation in Community Arts Informs Teaching and Learning

Volume 12 2013

Vol 12 No 1:
Ebru Tuncer Boon


The Role of East Asian Mothers in Their Childrenˇ¦s Musical Lives

Vol 12 No 2:
Chee Hoo LUM, Siew Ling CHUA


Reframing through Reflective and Reflexive Inquiry:
Experiences of Singapore Music Teachersˇ¦ Professional Learning Journey

 

Volume 11 2012 (Special Issue)

Vol 11 No 1: (Special Issue)
Andrea Baldwin and Brad Haseman


Life Drama: An Arts Education Response to Social and Cultural Challenges in Papua New Guinea

Vol 11 No 2: (Special Issue)
Bruce Burton, Penny Bundy and Robyn Ewing


Investigating Theatre Literacy in the TheatreSpace:
The Impact of Learning, Knowledge and Experience of Theatre Performance on the Engagement of Young People in Theatre

Vol 11 No 3: (Special Issue)
Rea Dennis


Developing Creative Citizens through Experiential Learning Environments in Applied Drama

Vol 11 No 4: (Special Issue)
Estella Wong Yuen Ping


Striving for a High Quality Drama Educator Training Programme

Vol 11 No 5: (Special Issue)
Janinka Greenwood


Strategic artistry:
Using drama processes to develop critical literacy and democratic citizenship

Vol 11 No 6: (Special Issue)
Robin Pascoe and Richard Sallis


Perspectives on Drama Teacher Education in Australia

Vol 11 No 7: (Special Issue)
Michelle Reyes Raquel


Towards a Framework for Assessing English through Drama:
A Dynamic Assessment Approach

Vol 11 No 8: (Special Issue)
Jack Shu


Children as the Oppressed or Oppressors to Parents?
- A Theatrical Observation

Vol 11 No 9: (Special Issue)
Tsai Chi-chang


The Theatre and Its Socio-Educational Role in Modern Taiwan

Vol 11 No 10: (Special Issue)
Lynn Yau


Drama Education & Policy:
The Public Learning-scape

Vol 11 No 11: (Special Issue)
Matthew DeCoursey


Dramatic Art for Second Language Education:
Appropriate Process Objectives for Hong Kong Schools



Volume 10 2012

Vol 10 No 1:
Wesley Imms


Masculinity and Visual Culture

Vol 10 No 2:
Cecily Cheo and Khristian Joy Millan


Mapping Research in Visual Arts Education in Singapore

Vol 10 No 3:
Robyn Gibson


Are The Arts Still As Elusive As The White Rabbit?



Volume 9 2011

Vol 9 No 1:
Nantida Chandransu


Music Education Policies and their Implementation in the Higher Education System in Thailand: What Does the Future Hold?


Vol 9 No 2:
Richard G. Whitbread
Samuel Leong


Music Education and the Culture of Assessment:
A Hong Kong Secondary School Perspective


Volume 8 2010

Vol 8 No 1:
SHIU Chuen-Jiang
I Bin


The Possibility of Replacing Visual Sense with Tactile Sense in the Spatial Representation of the Blind

Vol 8 No 2:
CHEUNG-YUNG Wai Yee, Jane
Mei-Ling LAI

A Comparative Study of Curriculum Policies and Practices in Arts Education in Hong Kong and Taiwan in the 21st Century

Vol 8 No 3:
Sai Ying Tse
Samuel Leong

A Mentoring Approach to Enhancing Early Childhood Music Education: A Hong Kong Case Study

Vol 8 No 4:
Barry Kwok-yeung LEE

ICT integration in primary school music education:
Experience of pioneering countries and its implications for implementation
in Hong Kong




Volume 7 2009

Vol 7 No1:
Wong Kit Mei, Betty
PISCITELLI, Barbara Ann Independent research


Early childhood art education in Hong Kong:
Is any theory informing practice?

 

Volume 6 2008

Vol 6 No1: Yu-sien LIN

Applying Drama in Taiwan's primary curriculum:
The reality and difficulties through primary school teachers' viewpoints

Vol 6 No2: LAU Wing Chi, Margaret

Using singing games in music lessons to enhance young childrenˇ¦s social skills