The School of Performing Arts at John Paul College Research Paper by Peter Pen

The School of Performing Arts at John Paul College
A critique of the curriculum and reform processes implemented at this school.
# 60927 | 4,525 words | 32 sources | APA | 2005
Published on Sep 16, 2005 in Education (Curriculum) , Music Studies (General)


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This paper examines the reforms implemented at the School of Performing Arts at John Paul College, which attempted to move the school away from a product-based curriculum to a process-based curriculum. The paper explains why these reforms were implemented and talks about why they have not managed to change the performance-based ideology operating at the school and have simply changed the operating context from being performance-based to being technically-based.

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"Music is so diverse in Australia that is discussion of learning theorists is most pertinent. The diversity in educational approach is so wide that the notion of a structural focus is very important as there is a clear lack of a homogeneous approach in both the academic and instrumental contexts. At the heart of learning theorists is the focus on these elements. The writers own beliefs in the significance of environmental factors enhance this opinion, particularly when discussing certain categories of learning theorists."

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