ED3094 - Arts Education for Early Childhood
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Arts, Society & Education
Core subject for BEd(ECE), BEd Honours (ECE) students.
This subject is an introduction to teaching young children from birth to year 3 through
the ARTS, which comprises five (5) subjects - Dance, Drama, Media Arts, Music, Visual
Arts. It will focus on developing Arts knowledge, understanding and skills, through
Making, and Responding to authentic arts practice, in Early Childhood settings. Students
will have opportunities to implement techniques, skills and processes to explore creative
practice and to make art works. As artists and audiences, students will also respond
to, analyse and interpret the artworks they experience in the five Arts subjects.
They will develop resources for classroom implementation, and knowledge to extend
the influence of arts throughout schools and their communities. The subject will be
based on the Early Years Learning Framework, the Queensland Kindergarten Learning
Guideline and the Australian Curriculum: The Arts Foundation to Year 10.
- make and respond to artworks critically, appreciatively and analytically;
- create 'virtual' learning environments, using either technology or imagination, through
suspension of disbelief;
- apply knowledge and skills in each of the Arts subjects - Dance, Drama, Music, Media
Arts and Visual Arts The Early Years Learning Framework outcomes, Children are Confident
and Involved Learners and Children are Effective Communicators - to demonstrate arts
literacy and an ability to use this knowledge to enhance teaching strategies;
- demonstrate understanding of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at
a Developed level and relevant ACECQA standards.
- presentations (30%)
- assignments (30%)
- centrally-administered final exam (40%).
||6 credit points of level 2 ED subjects or ADM to course code 38110
Study Period 53
|Census Date 03-Dec-2020
The student workload for this
credit point subject is approximately
- 13 hours lectures
- 26 hours tutorials
- assessment and self-directed study
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest