Browsing by Author "Henderson, Clare L."

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  • Developing non-verbal ways of knowing in dance: Collaborative school / university action research.

    Henderson, Clare L.; Fraser, Deborah; Cheesman, Sue; Tyson, Shirley (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2007)
    Gardner (1983, 1993) has long argued that education privileges certain intelligences, primarily the linguistic and the logical-mathematical. As the arts tend to emphasise ways of knowing outside these intelligences, their ...
  • Examining and disrupting rituals of practice in the primary classroom

    Fraser, Deborah; Henderson, Clare L.; Price, Graham; Aitken, Vivienne Jane; Cheesman, Sue; Bevege, Fiona; Klemick, Amanda; Rose, Lisa; Tyson, Shirley (Routledge, 2009)
    Much of what happens in primary classrooms reflects a number of rituals and routines that have largely become an unconscious part of teachers' repertoires. While these 'rituals of practice' provide a framework or structure ...
  • Exploring children's development of ideas in music and dance

    Henderson, Clare L.; Fraser, Deborah; Price, Graham (University of Melbourne, 2007)
    Eisner maintains that the Arts education community needs ‘empirically grounded examples of artistic thinking related to the nature of the tasks students engage in, the material with which they work, the context’s norms and ...
  • Music to measure: symbolic representation in children's composition.

    Henderson, Clare L. (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2007)
    Eisner maintains that the arts education community needs "empirically grounded examples of artistic thinking related to the nature of the tasks students engage in, the material with which they work, the context's norms and ...
  • 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 ...