Expressive Arts and Design Bibliography

Anning, A. & Ring, K. (2004) Making sense of children’s drawings, Maidenhead: OUP/McGraw-Hill.

Bresler, L (2004)     Knowing Bodies, Moving Minds Towards Embodied Teaching and Learning. Dordrecht. Kluwer Academic

Burke, N. (2016). Tune into Listening. Available at: https://macbirmingham.co.uk/mac-makes-music/teachers/music-in-the-early-years/tune-into-listening (Accessed 3 December 2020)

Burke, N. and Power, T. (2014). Enabling musical environments. London: LEYMN

Campbell, P.S., 1998.  Songs in their heads, Music and its meaning in children’s lives. New York: Oxford University Press.

Claxton, G 2006 Cultivating Creative Mentalities: A framework for Education in Thinking skills and creativity (2006) vol1. Pp57-61

Cremin, Teresa; Burnard, Pamela and Craft, Anna (2006). Pedagogy and Possibility Thinking in the Early Years. Thinking Skills and Creativity. 1(2) pp. 108–119.

Cohu,W. Daniels,S. Houston,A. James,S. Lucas,B. Morgan.N, Newton,L and Ruck,A.  Durham Commission on Creativity and Education (2019) London: Arts Council of England

Cuffaro, H.K. (1995). Experimenting with the world: John Dewey and the early childhood classroom. Teachers College Press

Dissanayake, E. (2000). Art and Intimacy: How the Arts Began. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Duffy, B (2006)  Supporting Development and Imagination in the Early Years 2nd Ed. Berkshire. Open University Press.

Dahlberg,G. Moss,P. & Pence, A. (2007). Beyond Quality in Early Childhood Education and Care: Languages of Evaluation. 2nd Edition. Oxon: Routledge.

F. McArdle & G.Bolt, eds., Young Children, Pedagogy and the Arts. New York. Taylor & Francis.

Gallas, K. (1994) The languages of learning: how children talk. Write, dance, draw and sing their understanding of the world/ New York: Teachers College Press.

Giudicci, C. & Vecchi, V. (6th July 2010). Presentation: “Aesthetics of Learning”. First International Summer School in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

Suggested citation: 

Cohu, W., Daniels, S., Houston, A., James, S., Lucas, B., Morgan, N., Newton, L. and Ruck, A. (2019)

Durham Commission on Creativity and Education. London: Arts Council England.

Suggested citation: 

Cohu, W., Daniels, S., Houston, A., James, S., Lucas, B., Morgan, N., Newton, L. and Ruck, A. (2019)

Durham Commission on Creativity and Education. London: Arts Council England.

Suggested citation: 

Cohu, W., Daniels, S., Houston, A., James, S., Lucas, B., Morgan, N., Newton, L. and Ruck, A. (2019)

Durham Commission on Creativity and Education. London: Arts Council England.

Glover, J., 2000. Children Composing 4–14. London: Routledge Falmer

Goddard-Blythe (2005) . Stroud. 2nd Ed. Hawthorn Press.

Greenland, P (2000) Hopping Home Backwards: Body Intelligence and movement play. Leeds. JABADAO

Hills,P (2019) Are You dancing? Are You Asking?  The duet between the body as a material and the environment in Materials as Provocations  Ed Keyte-Hartland Early Education Journal No. 89  Winter Edition Watford. Early education.

Jeffrey, B and Craft,A.  (2004). Teaching creatively and teaching for creativity: distinctions and relationships. Educational Studies, 30(1) pp. 77–87

Kress, G. (1997) Before writing: rethinking the paths to literacy, London: Routledge.

NACCE  (1999)  All Our Futures Report  Dept of Education and Employment, Dept of State, Culture Media and Sport

Nutbrown, C. (2013) Conceptualising arts-based learning in the early years, Research Papers in Education, 28:2, 239-263, DOI: 10.1080/02671522.2011.580365

Pahl, K. (1999) Transformations: meaning making in nursery education. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books.

París, G. & Hay, P. (2020) “5X5x5=Creativity”: art as a transformative practice’ International Journal of Art & Design Education, v39 n1 p69-84.

Mercilliott Hewett, V. (2001) Examining the Reggio Emilia Approach to Early Childhood Education in Early Childhood Education Journal, Vol. 29, No. 2, Winter 2001

Taguchi, H.L. (2010). Going beyond the theory/practice divide in early childhood education: Introducing an intra-active pedagogy. Abingdon: Routledge

Malaguzzi, L. “Genesis and Meanings of Creativity” in E. Edwards, L. Gandini & G. Forman (2012). The Hundred Languages of Children: The Reggio Emilia experience in transformation, 3rd edition. Santa Barbara: Praeger

Marsh, K. and Young, S. (2006). Musical Play. In: G. E. McPherson, ed. The child as musician. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.289-310.

Pacini-Ketchabow, V & Kind, S & Kocher, L. (2017). Encounters with Materials in Early Childhood Education. Abingdon: Routledge.

Penfold, L. (2019). Material Matters in Children’s Creative Learning. Journal of Design and Science. Retrieved from https://jods.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/bwp6cysy on 29th September 2019

Ring, K.A. (2006) ‘Supporting young children drawing: developing a role,’ International Journal of Education through Art, v2 n3 p195-209.

Robson, S. & Rowe, V. (2012) Observing young children’s creative thinking: engagement, involvement and persistence, International Journal of Early Years Education, 20:4, 349-364, DOI: 10.1080/09669760.2012.743098

Sadler, N and Vacchi, V. A Family of Ateliers: Investing Hope in creativity and collaboration in Innovations in early Education June 2018 pp4-21

Tobin, J  The Disappearance of The Body in Early Childhood Education in L. Bresler, (2004) ed., Knowing Bodies, Moving Minds; Towards embodied teaching and learning (pp.111-125). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Trainor, L.J. & Trehub, S.E., (1992). The Development of Referential Meaning in Music. Music Perception, 9, (4), pp.455-470.

Vecchi, V. (2010). Art and Creativity in Reggio Emilia: Exploring the Role and Potential of Ateliers in Early Childhood Education. Oxon: Routledge,

Young, S., 2009. Music 3-5 (The Nursery World / Routledge Essential Guides for Early Years Practitioners). Abingdon: Routledge.