Volume 11, Fall/Otoño/Automne 2010

Navigating the UNESCO Road Map for Arts Education: Current directions in research and best practice
Navegando la Hoja de Ruta de la UNESCO para la educación artística: Tendencias actuales en investigación y buenas prácticas
Le parcours de la carte routière de l’UNESCO pour les arts dramatiques en éducation : Les directions courantes dela recherche et les meilleures

Now freely available on-line:

Guest Editor
Professor Larry O’Farrell: Holder of the UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning, Queen’s University, Canada

Front Matter


Larry O’Farrell
Part I Goal 1: Ensure that arts education is accessible as a fundamental and sustainable component of a high quality …

The Capacity of Assessment in Arts Education
Christopher DeLuca

Conceptualising Visual Learning as an Embodied and Performative Pedagogy for all Classrooms
Kathryn Grushka

“La Fortuna, por siempre y para siempre”, a cross-generational and participatory documentary
Ana Mampaso

Off the beaten track: a reflection on intention and unpredictability in arts education research
Kathleen Gallagher


Part II Goal 2: Assure that arts education activities and programmes are of a high quality in conception and delivery

Issues of Global and Local Quality in Arts Education
Anne Bamford

Road Blocks, Road Works and Continuing Explorations of the Terrain: An examination of drama in education in New Zealand in relation to the UNESCO Road Map
Janinka Greenwood

Seeking Harmony: Teachers’ perspectives on learning to teach in and through the arts
B. W. Andrews

What is the Student Participation at the Time of Artists’ Presentations in Primary Schools?
Myriam Lemonchois


Part III Goal 3: Apply the principles and practices of arts education to contribute to resolving the social and cultural

Global and Local: Rethinking citizenship in art and visual culture education
Elizabeth Garber

Keeping the Kids in School: What the drama class tells us
Debra McLauchlan

Musically Creolizing Subjects: Re(envisioning) world music education
Juliet Hess



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