The module aims to equip and develop research scholarship on interdisciplinary Creative Arts Education. Critical investigations and analysis of policy documents and existing practices will encompass formal, informal and non-formal contexts of integrated Creative Arts Education. The exploration to work academically and determining theoretical underpinnings towards the transformation of an interdisciplinary Creative Arts Education in an ever-changing local and global post-colonial research society is developed. This will include processing new information and developing critical analytical thoughts about the engagement with research that are central to Creative Arts education.
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