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Young children, pedagogy and the arts : ways of seeing

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Changing images of early childhood, Routledge, New York, N. Y. (2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1591 .Y68 2013

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10140107

Keywords:

Arts--Study and teaching (Elementary)

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction: Ways of seeing: young children, pedagogy and the arts / Gail Boldt and Felicity McArdle -- Small acts of resistance: the role of intergenerational collaborative drawing in early childhood teaching and learning / Linda Knight -- Daring to dance: making a case for the place of dance in children's and teachers' lives within early childhood settings / Adrienne Sansom -- Teacher, researcher and artist: thinking about documentary practices / Christina MaCrae -- Becoming intense / Kortney Sherbine and Gail Boldt -- Increasing the abundance of the world: young children and their drawings / Christine Marmé Thompson -- Choreographed childhoods: patterns of embodiment in the lives of contemporary children / Eeva Anttila -- Designing with pink technologies and Barbie transmedia / Karen E. Wohlwend and Kylie Peppler -- Social class and art room curriculum / Amy Pfeiler-Wunder -- Children's concert experience: an intercultural approach / Jan Sverre Knudsen -- There's more to art than meets the eye: a series of provocations from Unit X / Felicity McArdle.

Publication Language:

eng