Part One: Key PrinciplesTeaching with Art in Mind John O'Toole, Mary Ann Hunter, Chris Sinclair and Neryl JeanneretThe Arts, Creativity and PlayJohn O'TooleLearning in the ArtsNeryl JeanneretArts Education as Intercultural and Social DialogueKate DonelanGeneral Capabilities and Multiple LiteraciesJohn O'TooleTeaching for the Aesthetic, Teaching as AestheticChristine SinclairShower Singing and Other EssentialsJulia ReidPart Two: Teaching the ArtformsDance: Art EmbodiedJan Deans, Jeff Meiners, Sarah Young and Katrina RankDrama: Social Dreaming in the 21st CenturyJane Bird, Kate Donelan and Christine SinclairMedia ArtsMichael DezuanniMusic in the Primary ClassroomNeryl Jeanneret, Jennifer Stevens-Ballenger, Sue ArneyLearning in and through the Visual ArtsRobert Brown, Marnee Watkins and Gina GrantPart three: integrating and applying the artsLearning and Teaching through the ArtsPam Macintyre, Richard Sallis, Robert Brown and Paul MolyneuxIntegrating the ArtsDavid Kelman, Marnee Watkins, Jennifer Stevens-Ballenger and Christine SinclairPart Four: Arts and CommunitySupport and Partnerships for the TeacherNeryl Jeanneret, John O'Toole and Chris SinclairWhat Can Mindful Educators Learn from Artists who Work with Children?Mary Ann Hunter and Robert BrownThe Arts and Teaching for DiversityJo Raphael and Mary Ann HunterEpilogueChristine Sinclair and Neryl Jeanneret
Christine Sinclair is the Head of Drama Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne. Neryl Jeanneret is the Associate Dean, Research Training and Head of Music Education in Arts Education in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne. John OToole is Honorary Professorial Fellow of the University of Melbourne where he was Foundation Chair of Arts Education. He is also Honorary Professor of Drama Education and Applied Theatre at Griffith University. Mary Ann Hunter is Senior Lecturer in Drama Education at the University of Tasmania.