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Leigh, S. Rebecca;  Heid, Karen A (2008).  First Graders Constructing Meaning Through Drawing and Writing. Journal for Learning through the Arts, Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology, UC Irvine.

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Güngör, Arzu (2008).  Effects of Drama on the Use of Reading Comprehension Strategies and on Attitudes Toward Reading. Journal for Learning through the Arts, Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology, UC Irvine

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Pool, Jonelle; Dittrich, Charles; Pool, Ken, Arts Integration in Teacher Preparation: Teaching the Teachers, Journal for Learning through the Arts, Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology, UC Irvine

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Ward, Robin (2011).  Integrating Mathematics and the Visual Arts.   Charter Schools, Central Michigan University

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Church, Ellen Booth (2009). Learning Through the Arts.  Scholastic.com

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Burge, Kim (2011).  Introduction to Teaching and Learning through the Arts. Journal for Learning through the Arts, 7(1), Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology, UC Irvine

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Economidou Stavrou, N., Chrysostomou, S., Socratous, H., (2011).  Music Learning in the Early Years: Interdisciplinary Approaches based on Multiple Intelligences. Journal for Learning through the Arts, 7(1), Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology, UC Irvine

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Dorion, K. R. (2009). Science through drama: A multiple case exploration of the characteristics of drama activities used in secondary science lessons.  International Journal of Science Education, 31 (16), 2247-2270.

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Bolden, D. S., Harries, T. V. & Newton, D. P. (2010).  Pre-service primary teachers conceptions of creativity in mathematics, 73, 143-157.

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Alter, F., Hays, T. & O’Hara, R. (2009). The challenges of implementing primary arts education: What our teachers say.  Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 34 (4), 22-30.

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Erdoğan, S. & Baran, G. (2009). A study on the effect of mathematics teaching provided through drama on the mathematics ability of six-year-old children .  Euroasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 5  (1), 79-85.

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Fleming, M., Merrell, C. & Tymms, P. (2004). The impact of drama on pupils’ language, mathematics and attitude in two primary schools.  Research in Drama Education, 9, 177-197.

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Lerman, Z. M. (2003). Using the arts to make chemistry accessible to everybody.  Journal of Chemical Education, 80, 1234-1242.

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Sarıçayır, H. (2010). Teaching electrolysis of water through drama. Journal of Baltic Science Education, 9 (3), 179-186.

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To, L. D., Chan, Y. P., Lam, Y. K. & Tsang, S. Y. (2011). Reflections on a primary school teacher professional development programme on learning English through process drama.The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 16 (4), 517-539.

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Cannatella H. (1992).  Education Through Art. Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain

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UNESCO/Paper on Arts education The importance of arts education (advocacy) and the impact of arts education on social and cultural issues

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Vivian L. Gadsden   Review of research in education February 2008  vol. 32  no. 1  29-61   doi: 10.3102/0091732X07309691

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Lizama Luis, Mateos, Paqui   Fundación Mainel, Fundación de Investigación Audiovisual, Generalitat Valenciana, 2009.

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Freedman, Kerry; Stuhr Patricia. Curriculum change for the 21 st Century: Visual Culture in Art Education

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Hughes, Arthur (1998). Reconceptualising the Art Curriculum The international Journal of Art & Design Education, volume 17, Issue 1, pages 41-49, February 1998

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Johansson, M. Nilsson, J (2011). Aesthetics as a Meains to Improve Students’ Learning Processes- ( Luleå University of Technology)

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Larsson, P., Tuppela, F., Wahlquist, E. (2008) (Halmstad University, School of Teacher Education (LUT))   Estetiska lärprocesser i förskolan och skolan,  Aesthetic Learning Processes in Preschool and School

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Jonsson Ollander,O., Harris, C R. (2011). Dance as a Valuable Tool for Mathematics Teaching.  ( Luleå University of Technology)

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Andersson, K., Boström, J. (2012)   Språkutveckling -   en dans på rosor? Att använda dans som estetisk lärprocess för att främja barns språkutveckling  ( Luleå University of Technology) Language development-   A ‘Dance’ on roses?

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Román G. (2010). Dansens lärande

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Lindgren, M. (2006).  Bringing order to aesthetics in school. Att skapa ordning för det estetiska i skolan - Doctoral thesis (University of Gothenburg, Academy of Music and Drama)

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Early Childhood Education Journal Volume 36, Number 5 , 415-422, DOI: 10.1007/s10643-009-0304-5 Publication: Early childhood   Publisher: Springer

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Ruth R. Price, M.Ed, and Colleen Lennon (2009) The paper  is an online resource of Quantiles

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Christine Hall  &  Pat Thomson &  Christine Hall  &  Pat Thomson -   University of Nottingham,   UK British Educational Research  Journal  lt Volume 33,  Issue 3,  2007 DOI: 10.1080/01411920701243586

 
 
 
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