Research Consultancy with the Singapore Teacher’s Academy for the aRts
• Applied Research • Collaborations • Workshops
Research consultancy with Felicia Low for The Arts Pedagogical Research Fund, managed by the Singapore Academy for the aRts.
The Arts Pedagogical Research Fund managed by the Singapore Academy for the aRts aims to encourage teachers to take on research writing as a means of understanding, documenting and presenting their teaching and learning approaches in art. Research consultancy with Felicia Low took place with the following schools.
Research consultant with Singapore Teachers Academy for the aRts for their ‘Arts pedagogical Research (Art) 2014 Training Programme with
Gan Eng Seng Sec School – “Studio Thinking as observed in Lower Secondary Art: harnessing patterns of learning to effect habits of mind.”
First Toa Payoh Secondary School – “Building 21CC Skills through Stop-motion Animation”
Research consultant with Singapore Teachers Academy for the aRts for their ‘Arts pedagogical Research (Art) 2015 Training Programme with
Bedok Green Secondary School – “How does Experiential Learning through Museum Education influence students’ Engagement Level in Art”
Fernvale Primary School– “Developing Art Appreciation Skills in Pupils”
Woodlands Primary School – “Investigating how learning through inquiry in art helps develop students’ critical and inventive thinking skills”
Jingshan Primary School – “Implementing Artful Thinking in a Primary School in Singapore- An Exploratory Case Study”
Hong Wen School – “How does collaborative learning promote positive relationships in Programme for Active Learning (PAL) Visual Arts lessons?”
Research consultant with Singapore Teachers Academy for the aRts for their ‘Arts pedagogical Research (Art) 2016 Training Programme with
National Junior College – “Enhancing students’ museum education through facilitation”
Mee Toh Primary School – “Developing Positive Habits of Mind in Primary School Students Through Teacher’s Disposition; A Studio Thinking Perspective”
Woodgrove Primary School –“ Investigation Portfolio Assessment through Design Thinking”.