Actively engaging through the visual arts: Recognising children's artistic experiences and repertoires

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Richards, Rosemary Doris and Terreni, Lisa. (2013). Actively engaging through the visual arts: Recognising children's artistic experiences and repertoires. In In B. Clark, A. Grey and L. Terreni (Ed.). Kia tipu te wairua toi: Fostering the creative spirit: Arts in early childhood education pp. 39 - 51 Pearson Education.
AuthorsRichards, Rosemary Doris and Terreni, Lisa
EditorsB. Clark, A. Grey and L. Terreni
Page range39 - 51
Year2013
Book titleKia tipu te wairua toi: Fostering the creative spirit: Arts in early childhood education
PublisherPearson Education
Place of publicationAuckland, New Zealand
ISBN9781442562721
Research GroupSchool of Education
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