Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen: Diploma, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore; B.Ed (ART) from COFA; Gd. Dip. (Adult Ed.) from UTS; MA (Environmental Design) from Canberra University; PhD from Macquarie University, Sydney.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Heart Print: Chinese Rock Art Frescoes (Xin-yin): Crossing Boarders

Create your own petroglyph Rock Art Frescoes and discover how to use the methods of the ancient Australian Aboriginal, Chinese and Egyptian cultures.

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Fire, Ink and Play: Developing ‘Creativity’ for Lifelong Learning

How can we develop ‘creativity’ in the children we teach when we have not released ‘creativity’ in ourselves? Opening spaces for ‘creativity’ can influence our motivation, achievement, imagination and actions.

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The Bwo-Me (Life’s Breath) Creativity Workshop: Visual Arts and Education

This Bwo-Me (Life’s Breath) Creativity Workshop explores the current artworks of Sydney Aboriginal artists while building on PhD research into ‘Creativity’ tendencies in art-based practice.

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Generating "Creativity" and Provocations through Visual Arts Education: A Major Goal of Twenty-first Century Arts Education

Generating "creativity" means progressing without theory and reaching beyond and outside normal practices, Foucault terms, outside "the true" (1976, p.224). This intercultural (Australian-Chinese) Mo-ku-chi model reaches five levels of "creativity."

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Moku-chi: The Role of Intercultural Studio-based Workshops for Pre-service Art Teachers

This paper discusses where visual and creative arts education is often considered by the school community as peripheral to the real "mission" of learning and teaching.

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Published Online: January 19, 2016

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Out of the Shadows: Fostering Creativity in Teacher Education Programs

Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen is a leading educational researcher at Macquarie University. Her ground-breaking study challenges traditional models of critical thinking and inspires teachers to nurture creativity in their students.

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Hardback

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Paperback

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