University of New England, Australia
University of Toledo, Ohio
Massey University, New Zealand
Please mark the 6th to 8th June, 2011 in your diaries. The 4th Art in Early Childhood Conference will be held in Toledo, Ohio, USA. Professor Katherina Danko McGhee is convening the conference in collaboration with Toledo Art Museum. The web site for the conference is www.ECartconference2011.com
The 3rd Art in Early Childhood Conference, which was held in Singapore in 2009, provided an opportunity for many of the authors in this edition to present their papers. Professor Susan Wright, and her colleagues at the National Institute of Education in Singapore, convened this interesting and engaging conference that drew a wide international audience. Many thanks to all involved for your warm hospitality.
With articles from Canada, Singapore, Great Britain, New Zealand, Australia and North America, the second edition of the International Art in Early Childhood Research Journal continues the strong international representation for discussions about art in early childhood. A wide range of perspectives and theoretical frameworks made available for us through such international engagement enriches the journal, and our discussion about the many roles of art in early childhood. [/learn_more]
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Frances Alter, University of New England, Australia.
Daniella Barroqueiro, Illinois State University, USA.
Elisabeth Bettlam, University of New England, Australia.
Margaret Brooks, University of New England, Australia.
Kathy Danko McGhee, University of Toledo, USA. (Editor).
Angela Eckhoff, Clemson University, USA.
Sue Fawson, University of Wolverhampton, UK.
Janette Kelly, University of Waikato, New Zealand.
Linda Knight, University of Canberra, Australia.
Karen Maras, University of New South Wales, Australia.
Chris Mulcahey, Rhode Island College, USA.
Rosemary Richards, Massey University, New Zealand. (Editor).
Lisa Terreni, University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Christine Marme Thompson, Pen State School of Visual Arts, USA.
Jannie Visser, Manukau Institute of Technology, New Zealand.
Disclaimer: The views in this journal do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors
|Article 1||Anna M. Kindler||Art in early childhood: what young children learn from art activities?|
|Article 2||Lisa Terreni||A history of visual art education in early childhood in New Zealand: looking backwards to go forwards|
|Article 3||Kathy Ring||Drawing with seven-year-olds: assuming the role of teacher|
|Article 4||Felicity McMcArdle and Kit-mei Betty Wong||What young children say about art: a comparative study|
|Article 5||Jill E. Fox||The role of drawing in kindergarteners’ science observations|
|Article 6||Daniella Ramos Barroqueiro||Language and art in early childhood: an examination of form, content and social context|
|Article 7||Caroline Essame||Understanding art-making from an art therapy perspective|
|Article 8||Rosemary Richards||Book Review|
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