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  • Learning as a shared social endeavour

    Fraser, Deborah; Price, Graham (Melbourne Graduate School of Education, 2011)
    Despite the legacy of progressive education, current trends in western schooling favour an emphasis on individual achievement and external standards. Much of what happens in primary classrooms is embedded in social contexts ...
  • Negotiating the Spaces: Relational Pedagogy and Power in Drama Teaching

    Aitken, Vivienne Jane; Fraser, Deborah; Price, Graham (Arizona State University, 2007)
    While there is a growing body of literature on relational pedagogy as a concept, less attention is given to the details of just how relational pedagogy manifests in classroom practice. Similarly, while issues of power, ...
  • Paradox and promise in joint school/university arts research

    Fraser, Deborah; Henderson, Clare L.; Price, Graham (University of Melbourne, 2007)
    Collaborative university and school research projects are inevitably labour intensive endeavours that require the careful negotiation of trust and the joint development of critique of current practice. While this raises ...
  • Relational pedagogy and the arts.

    Fraser, Deborah; Price, Graham; Aitken, Vivienne Jane; Gilbert, Gay; Klemick, Amanda; Rose, Lisa; Tyson, Shirley (NZCER Press, 2007)
    This article explores the notion of “relational pedagogy” in the Arts (drama, dance, music, and visual art) starting with the teacher–child relationship, peer relationships, and building communities of enquiry.