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Arts Presentation
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  • 1. Creativity and the Arts in Education
  • 2. What is meant by creativity in the arts?
    • Such a broad and interpretative term.
    • There can be many definitions as there are so many different forms of art and creativity.
  • 3. What types of activities does this involve?
    • Visual Arts
    • Plastic/3D Arts
    • Dance and Movement
    • Theatre and Drama
    • Music
  • 4. How do kids learn?
    • Multi-literacies - Many ways of learning
    • Everyone is different
    • Arts allows for a different medium of learning
  • 5. What motivates kids to learn?
  • 6. What can kids learn in the arts
    • Literacy
    • Numeracy
    • Social Sciences
    • Science
    • Cultural Awareness
  • 7. Why are the arts important to learning?
    • Creativity and the Arts add the element of fun to learning
    • Studies have shown the use of the arts in curriculum can increase other skills such as numeracy and literacy
  • 8. Higher Order Thinking
    • When we play and are creative we are using Higher Order Thinking
    • This Develops many skills that can be used in all areas of learning
    • These skills are not automatically learnt
  • 9. The Role of Arts in Learning and Development
    • Higher Order Thinking
    • Imagination
    • Social Skills
    • Self-esteem
    • Confidence
  • 10. Importance of Social Skills
    • Mixing with people of different cultures helps kids to develop.
    • Helps build friendships amongst the class
  • 11. The Role of the Arts in the Curriculum
    • Arts based subjects
    • Music, Dance, Visual Art
    • Some of the skills formed in these subjects can be carried over to other subjects
  • 12. The Role of Arts in the Classroom
    • A link between fun and learning
    • A way for students to interact with each other
    • As a way to allow for multi-literacies
  • 13. How should teachers approach the arts?
    • Open Environment
    • In use with other subjects
    • Needs to have more importance in the curriculum
  • 14. More importance for Arts
    • The Arts needs a bigger emphasis in the curriculum
    • Viewed as second best
    • Not in NAPLAN
  • 15. How should parents and caretakers approach the arts
    • Play arts games at home
    • ‘ Learn through play
  • 16. Learn through play
    • A way that children discover and learn in their own setting
  • 17. Examples of Games and Activities
    • Roll over game
    • Singing the alphabet
    • Role play
  • 18. Thank You
  • 19. Music Pete Murray - Tonic Blink 182 - Fallen Interlude Yellowcard - One Year Six Months Pete Murray - Time

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