Year 4 - The Arts

For teachers of Year 4 -The Arts. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) has put together this Pinterest board to assist teachers to plan, teach, assess, and report using free quality digital curriculum resources. The Arts learning area comprises five subjects: Dance, Drama, Media Arts, Music and Visual Arts.
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Introduction to the Australian Curriculum: the Arts. A video introduction to the Australian Curriculum: The Arts which features a historical and contextual overview for the learning area and its five subjects.

Introduction to the Australian Curriculum: the Arts. A video introduction to the Australian Curriculum: The Arts which features a historical and contextual overview for the learning area and its five subjects.

The Arts: what are they for? - YouTube. This animation is designed to help teachers to tune into the grand narrative of Australian Curriculum: The Arts.

The Arts: what are they for? - YouTube. This animation is designed to help teachers to tune into the grand narrative of Australian Curriculum: The Arts.

Arts: Live - Jump on board this free and easy, interactive web application to facilitate collaboration and innovation across all five art forms in your classroom. Regardless of your existing skills and knowledge, ARTS:LIVE provides extensive cross-curricular content, with sequential instructions to bring the arts alive.

Arts: Live - Jump on board this free and easy, interactive web application to facilitate collaboration and innovation across all five art forms in your classroom. Regardless of your existing skills and knowledge, ARTS:LIVE provides extensive cross-curricular content, with sequential instructions to bring the arts alive.

Queensland Art Teachers’ Association (QATA) advocates for Visual Art education in Queensland by providing professional development and networking opportunities for teachers; advising education authorities on policy and curriculum development; and providing teachers with opportunities to engage critically with contemporary art and design practices.

Queensland Art Teachers’ Association (QATA) advocates for Visual Art education in Queensland by providing professional development and networking opportunities for teachers; advising education authorities on policy and curriculum development; and providing teachers with opportunities to engage critically with contemporary art and design practices.

Ausdance Queensland's services and programs address the needs of dance companies, independent artists, community dance practitioners, emerging artists, educators, individuals and the broader community. We also act as the state dance industry's primary advocate and advisory representative in regards to government policy, sector planning and industry initiatives.

Ausdance Queensland's services and programs address the needs of dance companies, independent artists, community dance practitioners, emerging artists, educators, individuals and the broader community. We also act as the state dance industry's primary advocate and advisory representative in regards to government policy, sector planning and industry initiatives.

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