Chapter 1: The Imperative of an Arts-Led Curriculum Chapter 2: Integrating the Creative Arts-with Integrity Chapter 3: Leading with Creative Dance Chapter 4: Leading with Drama Chapter 5: Leading with Quality Literature Chapter 6: Leading with Media Chapter 7: Leading with Music Chapter 8: Leading with the Visual Arts Chapter 9: Embedding the Arts in Mathematics Chapter 10: Embedding the Arts in Science Chapter 11: Embedding the Arts in Studies of Society Chapter 12: Assessment in Through and the Arts Concluding Comments Appendix: Selected Literature List References Glossary Index
Formerly an art/craft specialist in primary schools, Robyn Gibson has lectured in the Creative Arts in both the Bachelor of Education (Primary) and the Masters of Teaching (Primary) programs at the University of Sydney for the past fifteen years. Robyn is passionate about the value of the Arts in the lives of young people and is committed to creative teaching practices. Initially a primary teacher, Robyn Ewing is Professor of Teacher Education and the Arts and Associate Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney. Robyn lectures in Curriculum, English and Drama across pre-service and postgraduate teacher education programs and has a commitment to innovative teaching and learning at all levels of education. She enjoys working with educators interested in reforming their curriculum practices.