This presentation will discuss England’s shifting policy for secondary school music education by exploring the policy background to these changes, viewed through the particular lens of assessment.
Research-based theatre aims to present research in a way that is compelling and captivating, connecting with viewers on imaginative and intellectual levels at the same time. (Belliveau and Lee, 2016)
Julia Morris is the Visual Arts Education (Secondary) Course Coordinator at Edith Cowan University Western Australia, where she lectures in visual arts curriculum and education.
Neryl JEANNERET, Ph.D., is Associate Professor and Head of Music Education at MGSE. She has held leadership positions in music education, including President of the Australian Society for Music Education and Chair of the International Society for Music Education’s Policy Commission.
This colloquium introduces an important new work to the education community. Presenters Anne Harris, Rachel Forgasz, and Stacy Holman Jones, from Monash University read selected scenes from the play, Heavier than Air.
Felicity’s presentation will construct one attempt at articulating the relationship, both in theory and practice, between the arts, education and social justice activism.